The European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) is an international society at the crossroads of pharmacology, experimental psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience.
The European Behavioural Pharmacology Society proudly acknowledges its origins, as indicated by its name, but it should not be seen as a society reserved exclusively to Europeans or to behavioural pharmacologists. Indeed, EBPS welcomes in its ranks all scientists whose work has relevance to neuropsychopharmacology, irrespective of their specific background and of their geographic location. The European Behavioural Pharmacology Society is a member of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS).
For an insight into the history of EBPS, written by the society’s founders, Professor Ian Stolerman and the late Professor Francis Colpaert, click here.