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Membership benefits

Join the British Pharmacological Society (sign in required) to access a range of benefits for members throughout all stages of their career:

 
  • Free or discounted rates at our scientific meetings
  • Keeping up-to-date with developments in pharmacology by networking with the Society’s >3,500 members worldwide: at special networking events hosted by the Society or online
  • Free access to the British Journal of Pharmacology  and British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology  including articles accessed through the Android & iPhone/iPad apps for each journal
  • Eligibility to apply for bursaries to attend scientific meetings. The Society aims to give financial support to all eligible applicants and give out £50,000 in travel awards each year
  • Discounted rates at CPD-accredited workshops
  • Opportunities to present your work, and publish the results of your research, in our online journal pA2online
  • Eligibility for study awards and prestigious prizes. The Society makes over £300,000 available each year to recognise and reward the contributions of our members to pharmacology at all stages in their careers

I’d never been to a scientific conference before, and I arrived in London very unsure of what to expect. Over the course of three days I was blown away by the openness and warmth of the pharmacology world in welcoming me. As well as massively enjoying myself, I learned an enormous amount. It was fascinating to learn about research that might have a tangible impact for patients. There were fantastic opportunities for engagement and networking; both with other young pharmacologists just starting out, and with legends of pharmacology who write the textbooks I use everyday.

Andrew Jenkins, undergraduate member, University of Bath, first time participant

I am very grateful to the Society for their generous travel grant to attend the World Congress on Inflammation in Brazil this year. This conference offered me the opportunity to give an oral presentation to an international audience for the first time, which was an immensely valuable experience, both in terms of gaining confidence as a speaker, and in obtaining input and feedback from experts in inflammation and immunology.

Claire Sand, member, King's College London, bursary recipient