Joint conference of the Biochemical Society and European Society for Neurochemistry - BPS is supporting the symposium Brain repair and cannabinoid signalling.
This is an EACPT Summer School supported by BPS and hosted by RCPE CPD approved activity code: 81207 (12 credits) UK Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians CPD Scheme Approved by the Society of Biology for purposes of CPD, this event may be counted as 41 CPD credits. The EACPT Summer School programme will consist of keynote presentations on all aspects of clinical pharmacology by invited expert speakers, workshops, poster presentations, free communications and social events. There will be...
The 2nd Joint BPS/Chinese Pharmacological Society Symposium will take place in Shanghai, China and will be held during the 12th meeting of the Asia Pacific Federation of Pharmacologists (APFP), which is sponsored by the Chinese Pharmacological Society.
This meeting, supported by BPS and the British Journal of Pharmacology encompasses all aspects of opioid research, and features strong contributions in areas such as cellular signalling, molecular biology, medicinal chemistry, addiction research and pain management. Since 1969, the INRC meeting has been a unique forum where scientists, clinicians and Pharma share the latest information about the key questions in opioid research. The 44th Annual Meeting in Cairns is great chance to get together with...
Biochemical Society Focused Meeting - held in association with the British Pharmacological Society. Signalling 2013: from structure to function has been approved by the Society of Biology for the purpose of CPD, this event may be counted as 54 CPD credits. Location: University of York, UK The scientific program for Signalling 2013 - from Structure to Function, is designed to represent the cutting edge of modern signal transduction research. By including diverse, yet interrelated, topics this...
Sponsored by the Physiological Society UK, British Pharmacological Society and UCL, the Professor David Brown Research Career Symposium is a one day event to celebrate the distinguished career of UCL's Professor David Brown (FIBiol, FRS) which has spanned over 50 years on the international stage. The theme is ‘Ion channel regulation and neuronal physiology’ and the event will highlight new information on ion channels, particularly ‘M-channels’or KV7/KCNQ channels, neuronal...
Location: Geneva, Switzerland BPS will be sponsoring two sessions at the 11th EACPT conference. Clinical pharmacology provides a wide array of services, from excellence in patient care, teaching and clinical research to high standard efficient contribution in drug development and professional services in regulatory bodies. The Conference is a unique opportunity to meet top ranking specialists of various professional backgrounds involved in drug discovery, drug development, pharmacology and...
BPS is supporting this symposium YLSCardiovascular disease is currently the most common cause of death in the developed world. While many promising drug targets have been discovered, only a few molecules have been successfully translated into patients’ benefit. New translational approaches and effective communication and collaboration between researchers are necessary. The aim of the YLS2013 is to provide a unique opportunity to spread this message among the next generation of basic and clinical...
ET-13 will take place at the University of Tsukuba, Tokyo Campus (Tokyo, Japan).
Location: The William Harvey Research Institute, Bart's and The London School of Medicine & Dentistry (Queen Mary University of London), London, UK BPS is supporting this conference.
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The BPS integrative pharmacology fund recognizes the need to support training in the in vivo sciences. Funding (max £500 per project) is available now for Ordinary Members who wish to provide final year undergraduate students with the opportunity to complete an in vivo research project in the 2012/13 academic year.
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