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Pharmacology Matters library

'Pharmacology Matters' is the magazine of the Society. Managed in-house, it is published three times a year, and is often themed around topics of special interest selected by the editorial team.

Editor-in-Chief: Margaret Cunningham
Managing Editor: Emma Needham


Diseases of global importance - July 2010

This issue focuses specifically on pharmacology and its application globally, examining the progress made in tackling diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, cardiovascular diseases and HIV.


Charles Darwin at 200 - December 2009

This issue contains an array of articles covering the discovery of DNA’s structure, the Human Genome Project, personalized medicines and the embracing of genetic techniques.


Clinical special issue - June 2009

This issue contains articles from the Chairman of NICE, Professor Sir Michael Rawlins and the then President of EACPT Professor David Webb.


Nutrition - April 2009

This issue looks at advances in nutritional pharmacology, edited by Professor Cherry Wainwright, focusing on the value of dietary components to cardiovascular health.


Celebrating achievements in pharmacology - December 2008

This issue highlights many of the Society’s activities, reflecting our commitment and contribution to pharmacology.


European pharmacology - June 2008

The first issue of Pharmacology Matters was made available to all EPHAR 2008 delegates to raise awareness of our activities to a pan European audience.