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Scientific meetings


25 Nov 2017

YLS Symposium: Frontiers in Musculoskeletal Health, Ageing and Disease

Derby, UK

This year’s Young Life Scientists’ Symposium will focus on the regulation of musculoskeletal health during ageing and disease and potential nutritional, pharmacological and exercise interventions to delay the onset of age-related and/or disease-related muscle loss.

30 Nov – 01 Dec 2017

Understanding translational research

London, UK

Two-day training event for early career researchers with a bioscience background wishing to improve their understanding of translational research.

01 – 02 Dec 2017

Update on Medical Toxicology

Cardiff, UK

Two day course for health professionals interested in learning more about medical toxicology.

11 – 13 Dec 2017

Pharmacology 2017

Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, UK

The British Pharmacological Society's flagship annual meeting attracts over 1,000 scientists each year from across the world.

14 – 18 Dec 2017

Working at the chemistry-microbiology interface to develop new antibiotics

Bengaluru, India

Workshop delivered by Public Health England and the British Council.

01 Feb 2018

Innovation for Health

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Innovation for Health is the premier event for key players in Health & Life Sciences in the Netherlands providing a unique opportunity to meet leading innovators and to catch up on the latest trends.

12 – 13 Feb 2018

General and Advanced Receptor Theory (GART) 2018 workshop

Manchester, UK

The BPS Diploma in Advanced Pharmacology GART workshop will develop and refresh knowledge of how common theories of drug action can be quantified and how simple receptor mechanisms can be used to interpret pharmacological data.

04 – 08 Mar 2018

BAP 2018 Certificate in Non-Clinical Psychopharmacology

Cambridge, UK

Certificate is a 4-day residential course held bi-annually in Cambridge.

08 – 09 Mar 2018

Drug Discovery 2018 Workshop

The Society's workshops are usually suitable for Masters level and above, and can be taken as part of the Diploma in Advanced Pharmacology. Basic pharmacological knowledge is expected.

20 – 21 Mar 2018

Biologics 2018 Workshop


This two-day workshop focuses on requirements for effective production of biologic therapeutic in cells.