- 2014 ISPNE Conference
- Registration for the 2014 ISPNE Conference is now open! Register here
**Register for the ISPNE satellite on methods and measures for sex and gender, organized by the Institute of Gender and Health of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (At-door registration available, Tuesday August 21, between 8:00am-9:00am)
The International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology (ISPNE) promotes and disseminates knowledge on hormones, their interactions with brain, and body processes and behavior, as well as their clinical applications.
Letter from the President
Dear friends and members of ISPNE,
It is with great pleasure that The International Society for Psychoneuroendocrinology (ISPNE) invites you to attend the 44th Annual Meeting to be held in Montreal, Canada, from August 19th to 22nd. The Annual meeting will be held at the luxury Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth.
The conference will highlight clinical and fundamental perspectives on the issues of sex and gender across the lifespan. We particularly invite symposia dealing with notions of sex differences in hormonal measures across different age ranges, symposia dealing with gender issues in various psychiatric disorders related to stress, and/or combinations of both.
One of the main objectives of this meeting will be to allow young scientists to present their work so we especially extend our invitation to them to propose symposia and oral presentations.
The format will include symposia interspersed with plenary conferences from prominent international speakers presenting new data in psychoneuroendocrinology. We have reserved plenty of time and space for presentation of posters by students and scientists so to promote scientific exchange in a relaxed and collegial atmosphere.
Become a Member of the Society and enjoy lower registration fees, receive the official journal of the Society, and be part of the ISPNE community.
On behalf of the local organizing team, Nancy Renaud, Nathalie Wan, Shireen Sindi, Robert Paul Juster, and Marie-France Marin, we welcome you to Montreal!
Rachel Yehuda, PhD