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Welcome to WFSBP

Founded in 1974 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry is a non-profit, international organization composed of over 60 national societies of biological psychiatry, representing over 4,500 professionals.
As a world authority on biological psychiatry, WFSBP is also highly committed to pioneering and promoting the highest levels of education and dissemination within the field.

 

Executive committee

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Upcoming WFSBP World Congress 2015 

Save the date:

12th World Congress of Biological Psychiatry 

in Athens, Greece, 14 - 18 June 2015
Megaron Athens -  International Conference Center

 
 
 

 

Recent News

Priority issue – 12 March 2014:

Upcoming 12th WFSBP Congress in 2015 – Abstract submission deadline extended to 7 April 2014: As you may be aware, the Kyoto World Congress of Biological Psychiatry, was a huge success as the meeting was attended by close to 3.000 delegates from around the world.
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The President’s Message: I wish to all WFSBP members a Prosperous New Year We have just updated our website which includes the announcement of the new standing and operational committees, the preparations for the 12th World Congress of Biological Psychiatry and other upcoming congresses either endorsed or co-sponsored by WFSBP. Read more 


 

WFSBP Congress 2013

Kyoto, Japan, June 23rd 2013. The Opening Ceremony has been graced by the presence of 

their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan.

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Current issue:

Neural models of synesthesia

Oscar Iborra, PhD, Researcher
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Granada, Spain.


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