British Association for Pyschopharmacology. To advance education and research in the science of psychopharmacology
Membership of the Association is open to any qualified worker in a discipline relevant to psychopharmacology. Existing members include pharmacologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, neurobiologists and pharmacists.
Full Membership: Applicants are eligible for Full Membership if they can demonstrate involvement in areas relevant to psychopharmacology by, for example, qualifications, publications or research activity.
Training Membership: This category is designed to support scientists early in their career who have a limited income such as a research studentship. For this reason training membership is not available to medical applicants (i.e. doctors) other than in exceptional cases when it may be awarded at the discretion of the Honorary General Secretary. In addition training membership will only be awarded to those registered for a University research degree e.g. MSc, PhD. BAP supports training members attending the summer meetings by offering a reduced registration rate and the option to apply for a bursary if presenting data (see more detailed criteria on website). Training membership is limited to a 5-year maximum period (from the point of registration as a trainee member) or until the trainee attains a permanent position (e.g. in academia or a company).
Application for Membership must include the name and address of a FULL member of BAP willing to sponsor the application OR be accompanied by a full CV. Full members receive the Journal of Psychopharmacology free of charge.
All data will be held in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.
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