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10 Nov 2021

Experimental Medicine Workshop 2021

Online

A one-day training workshop that will cover the core principles of early phase drug development from the first study in humans through to efficacy assessments in Phase 2.

09 – 10 Nov 2021

Polypharmacy workshop

Online, Worldwide

A two-day workshop that provides attendees with the knowledge and skills to deliver structured medicines reviews for patients with complex multi-morbidity and polypharmacy.

18 Nov 2021

AI & Computational Drug Discovery 2021

Online

A one-day training workshop will explore how artificial intelligence (AI) is driving change within drug discovery.

24 Nov 2021

Educators Networking Webinar Series: AI and computational drug discovery

Online

The British Pharmacological Society is pleased to present a series of free webinars for those interested in pharmacology education.

01 Dec 2021

90th Anniversary Celebration Event

Online and in-person at the Royal College of Physicians, London, UK

Join us online or in-person to celebrate 90 years of pharmacology and therapeutics.

05 – 08 Dec 2021

EPHAR 8th European Congress of Pharmacology (Postponed until 2021)

Prague, Czech Republic

EPHAR 8th European Congress of Pharmacology in Prague, Czech Republic

26 Jan 2022

Educators Networking Webinar Series - Statistics and Experimental Design

Online

The British Pharmacological Society is pleased to present a series of free webinars for those interested in pharmacology education.

13 – 14 Sep 2022

Pharmacology 2022

Liverpool, UK

Join us for an exciting two-day in-person event made up of scientific sessions, interactive workshops and social activities.

02 – 07 Jul 2023

WCP 2023 - 19th World Congress of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology

Glasgow, UK

The British Pharmacological Society looks forward to welcoming attendees to the World Congress of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology in 2023.

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Code of Conduct for meetings and events

Participation in a British Pharmacological Society meeting or event indicates that you have read and will follow this Code of Conduct.