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The British Journal of Pharmacology is recruiting for a Senior Editor

Published: 13 May 2019 in Journal news

The British Journal of Pharmacology (BJP) is an international journal covering all aspects of experimental pharmacology. The journal is currently one of the leading pharmacology journals for the publication of original pharmacology. It is published by Wiley and owned by the British Pharmacological Society. 
The Editor-in-Chief, Professor Amrita Ahluwalia, is supported by an international team of 11 Senior Editors and a globally distinguished group of Editors. The journal is seeking a new Senior Editor with broad expertise in neuropharmacology and drug discovery/target validation. 
This post is specifically to replace the current broad areas of focus of our retiring Senior Editor: Professor Daniel Hoyer (University of Melbourne). Please note that the journal’s broad range of coverage means that it is not possible for Senior Editors to oversee only those articles falling directly within their own specialised range of expertise. 

For further details of the role, including how to apply, see the job description.