Psychiatry benefits from neuropsychopharmacology knowledge

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29/06/2016
Progress in psychiatric research is moving at a new and unprecedented pace, which makes communicating and sharing knowledge increasingly important. In the run-up to the 2016 international CINP congress in Seoul, Korea, we spoke with Professor Gregers Wegener from Aarhus, Denmark about recent evolutions in the field and the role of the CINP in supporting medical education.

Professor Gregers Wegener is Professor of Experimental Psychiatry at the Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark and has been active in neuropsychopharmacological research for over 25 years. Involved with the Scientific and Education Committees of the CINP, he is currently acting as chair of the Educational Committee. Professor Wegener has also served as a CINP counsellor, and is current president of Scandinavian College of Neuropsychopharmacology (SCNP).

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  • Psychiatry benefits from neuropsychopharmacology knowledge

    Psychiatry & Neurology Resource Center

    Progress in Mind

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TitlePsychiatry benefits from neuropsychopharmacology knowledge
Media name/outletProgress in Mind
Media typeWeb
Date29/06/2016
DescriptionProgress in psychiatric research is moving at a new and unprecedented pace, which makes communicating and sharing knowledge increasingly important. In the run-up to the 2016 international CINP congress in Seoul, Korea, we spoke with Professor Gregers Wegener from Aarhus, Denmark about recent evolutions in the field and the role of the CINP in supporting medical education.
Producer/AuthorPsychiatry & Neurology Resource Center
PersonsGregers Wegener
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