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Welcome Colleagues!

You've reached the INRC webpages, the virtual meeting place for scientists, clinicians, and other researchers interested in all aspects of opioid pharmacology and function.    

Mission

The advancement of science relating to all aspects of opioid research primarily by providing an international forum where there can be exchanges of information among interested scientists from different disciplines.

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THE NEXT INRC MEETING IN MONTREAL IS NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION, ABSTRACT SUBMISSION, TRAVEL AWARDS, AND LODGING

NEW - FINAL Scientific Program (pdf)

NEW -What to do in Montreal?
(links to 2014 meeting excursions page)

Speakers List for INRC 2014 Meeting (PDF)

CLICK ON  '2014 MEETING' AT LEFT FOR MORE INFORMATION

  

Dates: July 13 (Sun) to July 18 (Fri), 2014

Conference Venue:

Hilton Montreal Bonaventure
900, Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest
Montréal, QC H5A 1E4, CANADA

 

MANY THANKS TO THE SPONSORS OF INRC 2014 IN MONTREAL

Quebec Level Sponsors

 

The Neuropharmacology Division of ASPET has contributed towards
the ongoing training of future generations of neuropharmacologists

 

 

Montreal Level Sponsors


 

 

 

Other sponsors

 

 

 

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THE LAST INRC MEETING WAS HELD AT Pullman Cairns International Hotel, North Queensland, Australia from SUNDAY July, 14 – FRIDAY July, 19, 2013

 

    FULL PROGRAM AND ABSTRACTS NOW AVAILABLE: 2013 program

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[poppy-pic]The poppy plant, Papavera somniferum,
is the natural source for morphine and
other opioid alkaloids

   

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