European Federation of Psychiatric
Neuroscience Day 2018
||24 July 2018
||Wills Hall Conference Centre, Wills Hall, University of
||9:00am - 5:00pm
||Up to six CPD hours
Any UK psychiatry trainee (core or higher) can
apply for a place to attend. Medical students and foundation
doctors with a strong interest in psychiatry may also apply to
£10 - Standard Registration
£20 - Standard Registration PLUS accommodation Monday 23rd
We're delighted to invite you to join trainees from across
Europe at the European Federation of Psychiatric
Trainees (EFPT) Neuroscience Day, organised in conjunction with the RCPsych Psychiatric
Trainees’ Committee (PTC), the Wellcome Trust and the
This one day neuroscience and psychiatry conference is part of
the five day EFPT forum and will offer you the opportunity to
join your European colleagues for the day.
After the scientific sessions, we invite you to join us for a
barbeque dinner followed by a private drinks reception aboard
the historic SS Great Britain.
This event is
now fully booked. Please contact Isabel Brinsden to be
added to the waiting list.
Please read the cancellation policy before
starting your booking. Please note that places are limited
and available on a first come, first served basis.
You will address the following questions:
- What are the later effects of
early stress on the developing brain?
- What are the genetic
influences on ADHD throughout the lifespan?
- How do networks in the brain
- How can we model them using
- What synaptic changes take
place in in addictions?
- How can we teach
neurosciences to psychiatry trainees?
- What is the link between
sleep and psychiatric disorders?
- How do sleep, memory and
genetics relate to schizophrenia?
You will be presented with cutting edge
neuroscience relating to psychiatry, delivered by a renowned panel
of international speakers, representing some of the most prolific
psychiatrists working in neuroscientific research.
- Professor Ed Bullmore,
University of Cambridge
- Professor Wendy Burn,
President, Royal College of Psychiatrists
- Professor Sean Escola,
Columbia University, New York, USA
- Professor Russell Foster,
University of Oxford
- Dr Kate Lovett, Dean, Royal
College of Psychiatrists
- Professor Rob Malenka,
Stanford University, California, USA
- Professor Matt Jones,
University of Bristol
- Professor David Ross, Yale
University, Connecticut, USA
- Professor Carmen Sandi,
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
- Professor Anita Thapar,
University of Cardiff
Generously subsidised by our supporting organisations,
your registration fee includes:
- Entry to the conference
- Morning and afternoon refreshments
- Two course hot lunch
- Barbeque dinner after the conference
- Drinks reception on board the SS Great Britain (transport
Accommodation is offered onsite at
Will's Hall Conference Centre. We highly recommend that all
delegates book our accommodation package, generously subsidised by
the Wellcome Trust and the
£20 - Full conference registration PLUS one
night's accommodation on Monday 23rd July (breakfast included)
£36 - Additional night's accommodation on
Tuesday 24th July (breakfast included)
Venue and Directions
The event will take place at
Will's Hall Conference Centre, University of Bristol, Parry's
Lane, Bristol, BS9 1AE.
Take a look at
directions and a map to help plan your journey.
Cancellation by you
Notice must be given in writing by post or email
To be entitled to a refund all cancellations
must be received in writing no later than 27 May
After this dates no refunds will be given, but
should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is
Please email email@example.com
with the name of the replacement delegate.
Cancellation by EFPT
RCPsych and EFPT reserve the right to amend or cancel an event.
If an event has to be cancelled or date amendment made we will
contact all registered delegates as soon as possible to notify them
of the change. All delegates will be offered a full refund. We are
not able to reimburse travel or other costs related to the
RCPsych and EFPT will assume no liability if an event is
cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a Force Majeure such as
fire, strike, industrial action, extreme weather, terrorist
activity or any cause beyond our control.