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Congratulations to Paul Insel, the 2016 Julius Axelrod Award winner
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Register for the Society Dinner (by April 5th)

• SPECIAL POSTING: "Adrenaline-What's in a Name?"

The Catecholamine society is an international organization consisting of scientists interested in all aspects of catecholamine research.  Founded in 1968, the society holds an annual dinner meeting that includes a lecture by the recipient of the Axelrod Medal, a prestigious award honoring distinguished investigators for their contributions to the field of catecholamine research.

Members of the Catecholamine society receive a regular newsletter with information on scientific meetings, news of members and any other matters of interest to those working on catecholamines.  Members and their fellows are also eligible to apply for a Foundation for Catecholamine Research I.J. Kopin young investigator travel award.
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