Thanks to all of you who participated in our annual meeting in San Diego. We had a West coast record attendance of 1607 that included 79 SOBP travel awardees. The plenaries were outstanding, as were the symposia and posters. We continue to be the major scientific organization fostering the growth of the next generation of behavioral and clinical neuroscientists and the number of younger attendees was truly inspiring. Congratulations to Paul Holtzheimer and Kerry Ressler for their leadership in organizing the scientific program and to Maggie Peterson, Mimi Macke, and Sarah Timm and John White (Parthenon) as well as SOBP Council for managing all of the logistics and planning. In sum, we had another great conference!
Biological Psychiatry is one of the most selective and highly cited journals in the field of psychiatric neuroscience. It is ranked 6th out of 142 Psychiatry titles and 10th out of 258 Neurosciences titles in the 2016 ISI Journal Citations Reports® published by Thomson Reuters. The 2016 Impact Factor score for Biological Psychiatry is 11.412. Biological Psychiatry is also the third-ranked psychiatry journal according to Google Scholar (June 2016).
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