Who are we?

INA is an international organization dedicated to the development of Neuropsychiatry. The association welcomes members from all disciplines focused on patients affected by neuropsychiatric disorders – including psychiatrists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuroscientists, nurses, social workers, among others.

What do we do?

INA organizes its own biannual congress while also encouraging and supporting regional meetings. The association foments the gathering of professionals in order for them to share information and build networks. It aims to help develop educational processes in Neuropsychiatry.

Why us?

  1. The INA aims to prevent or reduce the suffering of people with brain-behavior disorders by increasing, integrating, and disseminating knowledge and understand the relationships between brain function and human behavior.
  2. The INA aims to accomplish this objective by providing a forum for interaction and exchange of ideas among a variety of professionals with an interest in neuropsychiatric issues.
  3. The INA endeavors to publicize and disseminate both clinical and academic advances in the field to bring about improved health for people throughout the world. Although rapidly advancing medical technology has greatly expanded the frontiers of neuropsychiatry, the INA will strive to preserve the humanistic values of medicine.
  4. The INA endeavors to raise awareness of neuropsychiatry, particularly in those countries where it is not well known or recognized.



This conference run through all 4 days from 23 - 26 May 2019.
We also provide free lunch and coffee break in each day.



Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Clinician’s Perspective

Psychiatric Pharmacogenomics: Introduction and Applications

The Sensory Brain: The Brain and Smell

A Neuropsychiatric, Neuroradiological, and Neuropsychological Profile of a Cohort of Patients with Vascular Dementia