Bringing the pharmacological community together​

Attendees networking at the 'New Modalities in Pharmacology and Drug Discovery' event.

Post-pandemic, it was a priority for the British Pharmacological Society to bring the pharmacological community together through an innovative programme of commissioned and member-led content, both online and in-person.

In March 2022 the Society launched a joint report with the Royal College of Physicians, Personalised prescribing: using pharmacogenomics to improve patient outcomes . This report attracted significant media impact, including over 600 news articles across 36 different countries. It was also used to engage Parliamentary support during Evidence Week, where the report and briefing was shared with 61 MPs and peers.


In 2022 we jointly hosting two successful partner meetings, with ELRIG on 'New Modalities in Pharmacology and Drug Discovery' in July 2022 and The Physiological Society on 'Lungs: More than gas exchange' meeting held in November 2022. These joint ventures allowed our members to share their science across disciplines and to debate and discuss cutting edge research and training methodologies.

Cynthia Okoye, Doctoral Researcher at the University of Cambridge, presenting at the New Modalities in Pharmacology and Drug Discovery' event.


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