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President's Lecture 2018

This year's lecture will be delivered by Dr Fiona Marshall on ‘20 years of GPCR Drug Discovery – a personal perspective’

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26 Jun 2018

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Registration deadline: 19 Jun 2018

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Dr Fiona Marshall is a Fellow of the British Pharmacological Society and has recently been appointed Head of the new MSD Discovery Centre in London. Fiona has more than 25 years' experience in drug discovery, including senior positions at GSK and Millennium. She is recognised for her expertise in the field of G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) and has published extensively in this area.

Key timings

6-6.40pm: Registration and drinks reception
6.40-7.55pm: Lecture: 20 years of GPCR Drug Discovery – a personal perspective
Dr Fiona Marshall

Registration fee is £5. We look foward to welcoming you at the Society's President's Lecture. To register please click on the 'register for event' button above. If you have any queries please contact


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