SOBP’s 74th Annual Scientific Conference
“Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience: Tools, Techniques and Transformative Frameworks”
Amedco is accredited to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This conference is accredited for a maximum of 20.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. You must complete the evaluation before requesting CME credit. Once the evaluation is complete, you will attest to the hours you attended.
Registration Fees & Options:
Member (Regular & Associate) – $495 (rate doesn’t change)
Student Member – $250 (rate doesn’t change)
Emeritus Member – $250 (rate doesn’t change)
Non-Member: This category is for non-members of the Society or for those who do not qualify for the “non-member student” or “Associate non-member” registration fee.
Non Member (until April 10) – $745
Non-Member Late (April 11 – May 10) – $795
Non-Member Onsite – $895
Associate Non-Member: Anyone working in a lab either in an interim post-baccalaureate position and, are applying for, or have been accepted to an advanced degree program in neuroscience or medical school.
Associate Non-Member (Until April 10) – $495
Associate Non-Member Late (April 11 – May 10) – $545
Associate Non-Member Onsite – $645
Student Non-Member: This student registration fee is for Residents, Fellows, Graduates and Medical Students who are non-members of SOBP currently enrolled in a training program and less than 10 years from your terminal degree. Note: You will need a copy of your student ID or a signed letter from your training director, which includes their phone number and email address, confirming your status in this category with the expected graduation date. We will contact your training director if we have any questions regarding your registration.
Student Non-Member (Until April 10) – $295
Student Non-Member Late (April 11 – May 10) – $345
Student Non-Member Onsite – $445
** New for 2019 SOBP/NNCI Pre-Meeting Opportunity **
SOBP and NNCI – Cutting-edge Science Deserves Cutting-edge Teaching
Wednesday, May 15th – $175 – We are pleased to announce the first SOBP pre-meeting co-sponsored by the Society of Biological Psychiatry and the National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative. For more information on this pre-meeting, please click here.