The application for the awards must be made through the CINP Central Office at cinp2016@cinp.org.
Please read the guidelines carefully and submit your application by February 2016.
 
Rafaelsen Young Investigator's Award

The Young Investigator Award is open to individuals world-wide. Applications must be sponsored by a CINP member. Individuals must have a doctorate degree, be working full-time in neuropsychopharmacology research, teaching, or clinical activities, have not reached his/her 36th birthday in the year in which the award is made.

 
 
 
Pioneers in Psychopharmacology Award

The Award is given at each Congress to three individuals to honour those who have made major contributions to the field as it has developed. The contributions may be in research, clinical, or administrative areas but must be internationally recognized as significant to the growth of the field.

 
 
 
CINP Ethics Prize in Psychopharmacology

The Ethics Prize in Psychopharmacology will recognise an individual's outstanding achievements in ethics research within the field of psychopharmacology as well as their contribution to the promotion of public awareness of ethics in psychopharmacology and contributions to the world-wide solution of issues and questions within the ethical practice of psychopharmacology. Applicants must be nominated by a CINP member and include a CV and one to three page statement of the justification of the nomination.

 
 
 
Lilly Neuroscience Basic Research Award

The Lilly Neuroscience Basic Research Award will be presented at the 30th CINP World Congress in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The recipient of the 2016 award will be chosen by an international scientific jury by March 2016. This award consists of a monetary award of $10,000 (USD); an engraved plaque, paid registration fees for the Congress; round trip economy air travel; and up to three nights’ accommodation at the Congress Hotel.

 
 
 
Lilly Neuroscience Clinical Research Award

The Lilly Neuroscience Clinical Research Award will be presented at the 30th CINP World Congress in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The recipient of the 2016 award will be chosen by an international scientific jury by March 2016. This award consists of a monetary award of $10,000 (USD); an engraved plaque; paid registration fees for the Congress; round trip economy air travel; and up to three nights’ accommodation at the Congress Hotel.

 
 
 
Max Hamilton Memorial Prize

Max Hamilton, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.Psych., D.P.M. (1912-1988) is best known for his assessment of depressive illness through psychometrics. The Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression is widely used throughout the world, and his 1960 paper on the problem of measuring the severity of depression is probably the most cited medical publication in the second half of the twentieth century. The recipient of the 2016 award will be chosen by an international scientific jury by March 2016. This prize consists of a monetary award of $10,000 (USD) and an engraved plaque, to be presented at the 30th CINP Congress in Seoul, Republic of Korea.

 
 
 
CINP 30th Congress CNS Drug Innovation Award

This is a new Award for the 30th World Congress. This Award will be given to up to two prominent scientists under the age of 55 in the field of the translational medicine, whose research will potentially contribute to the future development of CNS drugs. Each Award will consist of a monetary award of US$5,000, an engraved plaque and will be presented at the Welcome and Award Ceremony of the Congress.

 
 
CINP 30th Congress Mentor Mentee Award

This Award is to encourage young scientists to benefit from our Mentor/Mentee programme which fosters dialog and interaction between young researchers and senior scientists. The applicant, should be under 35 years old, must submit a poster abstract and participate in the Congress by paying the registration fee. A maximum of 20 awardees (Mentees) will be chosen by Mentors. This Award will consist of a monetary award of US$500 each and a commemorative certificate, and will be presented at the Welcome and Award Ceremony of the Congress.

 
 
 
CINP 30th Congress Student Encouragement Award

This Award is to encourage postgraduate students globally to participate in and experience our Congress. The applicants must be postgraduate students, submit poster abstracts and participate in the Congress by paying the registration fee. A maximum of 20 awardees will be chosen by the member of the Young Programme Sub-Committee. This Award will consist of a monetary award of US$200 and a commemorative certificate. The Awardees will be required to participate in the session planned by the Young Programme Sub-Committee.