Professor Amrita Ahluwalia, Barts & the London School of Medicine & Dentistry, GlaxoSmithKline Prize Lecture 2013: 'A green approach to cardiovascular disease: recycling inorganic nitrate and nitrite'
Professor David Wyllie, University of Edinburgh, Gary Price Lecture 2013: 'NMDA receptor subtypes: pharmacology and function'
Nura Mohamed, Imperial College London, Basic Poster Prize winner at Pharmacology 2013: 'Prostacyclin drugs and the PPARβ agonists GW0742 limit proliferation of endothelial cells grown out from human blood'
Professor Andrew Somogyi, University of Adelaide, Australia, ASCEPT Lecture 2013: 'Opioids -- Ancient drugs shaping modern pharmacology and therapeutics'
Professor Mandy MacLean, University of Glasgow, AstraZeneca Prize Lecture for Women in Pharmacology 2013: 'Sex, drugs and pulmonary hypertension'
Professor Graeme Henderson, University of Bristol, JR Vane Medal Lecture 2013
Professor Sarah Lummis, University of Cambridge, Gary Price Memorial Lecture 2012
Dr David Bishop-Bailey, Bart's and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, MSD Lecture 2012
Professor Robin Ferner, University of Birmingham, Lilly Prize Lecture 2012
Professor Nick Goulding, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Paton Lecture 2012
Professor Edith Sim, Kingston University, J R Vane Prize Lecture 2012
Professor Trevor Smart, University College London, Gaddum Memorial Award Lecture 2012
Professor Jane Mitchell, Imperial College London, AstraZeneca Women in Pharmacology Prize Lecture 2012
Barbara Mortimer, Bristol University, European Directive on Animal Scientific Procedures
Paul Brooker, Huntingdon Life Sciences on European Directive on Animal Scientific Procedures
David Reynolds, EFPIA, presents the EU Animals Scientific Procedures Act
Judy McArthur Clark on the EU Animals Scientific Procedures Act
What is Pharmacology?
If you've ever wondered how drugs work, the role that pharmacology plays in human health, or the kinds of personal skills you'll need to discover and develop the next generation of drugs (including courage, inquisitiveness, creativity) then this is the film for you
Voice of the Future, 14 March 2012
On Wednesday 14 March 2012, the Science and Technology Committee hosted a unique session ‘Voice of the Future 2012’ which was the Society of Biology’s major contribution to the National Science & Engineering Week 2012.
Highlights from the BPS Winter Meeting, December 2011
The BPS holds its Winter Meeting every year in December. It's an opportunity for scientists at work in drug discovery and development (pharmacologists), and those who study the effects of drugs in man (clinical pharmacologists) to come together and discuss new therapies, breakthrough science, and collaborative activities in support of the global medicines research. This highlights reel gives you a glimpse into what goes on at the BPS Winter Meeting. Meet our members, officers, delegates and exhibitors at the UK's premier pharmacology conference.
Dr Tom Blackburn with Professor Ray Hill
Dr Tom Blackburn talks to Professor Ray Hill about his time as President of the BPS. As well as offering a personal insight into the role of President, the interview also explores recent developments in the pharmaceutical industry, and how the BPS is changing to reflect the new industrial landscape
Maria Belvisi: AZ Women in Pharmacology Prizewinner, 2011
Dr Gillian Gray talks to Professor Maria Belvisi about her career in pharmacology so far
Professor Doris Taylor in conversation with Dan Reed
Dan Reed, BPS Young Pharmacologist, talks to Professor Doris Taylor on her work on stem cells. Recorded at the BPS Winter Meeting, December 2011
What does the future hold for healthcare innovation?
Dr Simon Campbell (Past President, Royal Society of Chemistry), recorded as part of the President's lecture at the 2011 BPS Winter Meeting
Have we lost the plot in the UK Pharma industry?
Dr Tom Blackburn (BPS President Emeritus, Founder and CEO, TPBioventures LLC), recorded as part of the President's lecture at the 2011 BPS Winter Meeting
Harnessing innovation for patient benefit
Dave Allen (Senior Vice President, Respiratory TA Unit, GlaxoSmithKline), recorded as part of the President's lecture at the 2011 BPS Winter Meeting
Dr Ian Wilkinson - Hardening of the arteries, an inflammatory issue
Dr Ian Wilkinson delivers the GSK Prize Lecture for Research in Clinical Pharmacology at the BPS Winter Meeting, December 2011
Professor Doris Taylor: Engineering cell-based solutions for cardiovascular diseases
Professor Taylor was speaking at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2011, as part of the Young Pharmacologist's symposium: Stem cells: pharmacology and therapeutics
Prof Geoffrey Burnstock - The birth and postnatal development of purinergic signalling
Professor Geoffrey Burnstock delivers the Gaddum Prize Lecture at the BPS Winter Meeting, London 2011
Prof Rod Flower: John Vane - Pharmacologist
Professor Rod Flower delivers the Paton Lecture at the BPS Winter Meeting, London 2011
Prof Ian McGrath - Adrenoceptors - Black Boxes to black boxes over my lifetime
Professor Ian McGrath delivers the J R Vane Prize Lecture at the BPS Winter Meeting, London, December 2011
Professor Maria Belvisi - A blast of hot air: a career in respiratory pharmacology
Professor Maria Belvisi delivers the AstraZeneca Women in Pharmacology Prize Lecture during the BPS Winter Meeting, London, December 2011
Drug Discovery with Sir James Black - 2001
From the archive: Sir James Black delivers a keynote lecture on drug discovery during the Western Pharmacology Society Annual Meeting, held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in March 2001. With thanks to the WPS for their kind permission to use this footage.
If you'd like to find out more about the Western Pharmacology Society, visit www.medicine.nevada.edu/wps/
BPS President's Public Lecture, 2010 - Bring Cannabis back into the Medicine Cabinet
Professor Les Iversen delivers our Inaugural President's Public Lecture during the BPS Winter Meeting, London 2010
Professor Alan Cuthbert - Life and Work
Professor Mike Edwardson talks to Professor Alan Cuthbert about his life and work. Alan is a Fellow of the Royal Society and was the 2005 recipient of the BPS Wellcome Gold Medal. He was Sheild Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Cambridge for 20 years and Master of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, for nine years.
BPS Vodcast - Professor Donald Singer and Professor Rod Flower discuss the importance of lipids and other inflammatory mediators in the treatment of patients
This interview was recorded during the BPS Winter Meeting, London 2010 following Professor Flower's contribution to the symposium: Pharmacology of lipid mediators in health and disease.
BPS Vodcast - Dr Annie Geraghty and Dr Roland Jones discuss anti-epileptic drugs
This interview was recorded during the BPS Winter Meeting, London 2010 following Dr Jones' MSD Lecture: The mechanism of action of anti-epileptic drugs: A synaptic balancing act?
BPS Vodcast - Professor Ray Hill and Dr Alexis Bailey investigate the involvement of opiate receptors in cocaine addiction
This interview was recorded during the BPS Winter Meeting, London 2010 following Dr Bailey's Aptuit Lecture: Cocaine and opioid addiction and the endogenous opioid system: A mouse genetics approach to the study of the neurobiology of drug addiction and to identify potential targets for its treatment.
Science of Chocolate
Professor Clive Page, Dr Mark Miodownik, Dr Andrea Sella and master chocolatier Keith Hurdman presented 'Science of Chocolate' to a packed venue at the 2010 Cheltenham Science Festival.
From the archive - Professor Gus Born
Professor Rod Flower talks to Professor Gus Born, Fellow of the Royal Society and Honorary Fellow of the BPS, about his life and work. Gus's career stretches back into the last century, and his story includes encounters with Einstein, Oppenheimer, Florey, and J R Vane.
Science of Curry
In March 2010, BPS collaborated with the Science: So What campaign to produce 'The Science of Curry' event. Here's a sample of the hottest science show around, filmed at a school in South East London, with presenters Professor Clive Page, Dr Andrea Sella and Dr Mark Miodownik.
Safe Prescribing: A national e-learning solution?
Prof Simon Maxwell speaks at the 'Delivering safe prescribing in the NHS' symposium at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2009.
Safe Prescribing: Safe medication practice and reporting, the NPSA
Prof David Cousins, NPSA, recorded at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2009.
Safe Prescribing: Are young doctors ready for the task?
Dr Jan Illing, recorded at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2009.
The changing landscape of academic / industrial partnerships: new opportunities and challenges
Dr Duncan Richards, recorded at the BPS Winter Meeting 2009.
Issues in drug development in GI disorders
Dr Alyson Fox, recorded at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2009.
Safe Prescribing: Does prescribing education really work?
Dr Sarah Ross, recorded at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2009.
Preventing Deaths from Organophosphate Pesticides
The GSK Prize for Research in Clinical Pharmacology Lecture: Applied Clinical Pharmacology in Rural Asia. Delivered by Dr Michael Eddleston (Scottish Poisons Information Bureau) at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2009.
The Tocris Lecture, 2009: Making sense of science for the public
Alice Tuff delivers the Tocris Lecture at the BPS Winter Meeting, 2009.