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Enter the Images in Pharmacology competition!

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Published: 05 Aug 2020

The BPS is pleased to open the second annual Images in Pharmacology competition!

Do you work in pharmacology or a related field? Do you have any amazing images that creatively display the importance of pharmacology?

To enter, upload the following to our submission site:

  • Your image (in as high a resolution as possible)
  • A description of what your image shows and how it expresses the importance of pharmacology
  • A description of you and your work, including what institution you are based at
  • Your Twitter handle if you have one

The competition is now open and will close at 5pm on Friday 25 September. Entries received after this time will not be accepted.

Each entry will be scored based on a combination of social media voting and panel judging by the Pharmacology Matters editorial board. A winner and runner up will be announced in November and featured in the next issue of Pharmacology Matters and our social media channels.

Last year's first-place winner, Three-dimensional topography of glioblastoma by AFM, by Luísa Dondé.

For more information on last year's winners and the stories behind them, click here.


The competition is open to scientists studying or working in pharmacology and related fields. There are no constraints on Society membership status, career stage or location of entrant. No more than 3 entries per person are permitted and entries must not have been selected as a winner in any other competition.


By entering this competition, you are confirming that: (a) the British Pharmacological Society is authorised to use the image submitted by you for promotional purposes, including, but not limited to, our website, newsletters and social media, without limitation of time and not restricted to the competition; and (b) you are fully entitled to give this authorisation.



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