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Fellows' Directory

Fellows of the British Pharmacological Society are members who have demonstrated distinction and peer recognition in pharmacology.
There are currently 291 Fellows, all of whom have made, and may continue to make, substantial contributions to the disciplines of pharmacology, clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, through their work, publication and presentation of research, leadership, and contribution to Society life.

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This directory has been created to increase the visibility of our Fellows and their contributions, and to support networking by providing a useful resource for members to connect with Fellows with similar areas of interest.

Here you can find profiles of each Fellow, including information on their institutional affiliation, year elected, primary professional setting, affinity group membership, and a short biography.

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Professor Sian Harding

Professor Sian Harding is Professor of Cardiac Pharmacology at NHLI, Imperial College London; Head of the Division of Cardiovascular Sciences and Director of the Imperial British Heart Foundation Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine Centre.

Professor Debbie Hay

Debbie Hay is Professor of Biochemistry and Pharmacology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Professor David Heal

David Heal is an Executive Director of RenaSci Consultancy Ltd; a company that he co founded in 2001.

Professor Stephen Hill

Steve studied Pharmacology in Bristol and then undertook PhD studies in the Department of Pharmacology in Cambridge.

Professor Adrian Hobbs

Professor Adrian Hobbs obtained a BSc Pharmacology (First Class Honours) at King’s College London in 1989 and remained at the same institution to complete a PhD in Pharmacology (1992) supervised by Dr Alan Gibson.

Professor Lindy Holden-Dye

Current Post: Personal Chair in Neuroscience, University of Southampton, UK.