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Prof. Jamie Davies – RSE Fellow

Congratulations to Professor Jamie Davies, Professor of Experimental Anatomy, University of Edinburgh, who has been elected to a Fellowship by The Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland’s National Academy. Fellowships are awarded to individuals  in academia, business and public service who

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GtoPdb at Pharmacology 2020

The BPS Pharmacology 2020 Meeting is being held virtually this year, but this hasn’t diminished Guide to Pharmacology presence. On Monday 14th, Dr. Simon Harding presented our poster on ‘Expansion for anti-malarial, antibiotics and COVID-19’. Click to view poster. On

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GtoPdb at BPS Pharmacology 2018

The IUPHAR/BPS Guide to Pharmacology was represented at the recent BPS Pharmacology 2018 meeting (London, UK, 18-20 Dec 2018). Tuesday 18th Dec On Tuesday we had two significant presentations. Firstly, a late-breaking poster on the IUPHAR/MMV Guide to Malaria Pharmacology.

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Immunopharmacology: challenges, opportunities and research tools. Edinburgh 1st-2nd October 2018.

At the beginning of October 2018 we held a meeting in Edinburgh focussed on the launch of the IUPHAR Guide to IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY. Invited speakers contributed to productive discussions on the varying challenges and opportunities in immunopharmacology research. Immunopharmacology: The New

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The Anthony Harmar Memorial Lecture 2018: Prof. Tracy Hussell

Prof. Tracy Hussell Lung Disease: think about disease in a different way Tracy Hussell is Director, Manchester Collaborative Centre for Inflammation Research (MCCIR) and Professor of Inflammatory Disease, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PT. To be healthy is

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GtoPdb at Pharmacology 2017

The GtoPdb team will be at the British Pharmacological Society’s flagship meeting, Pharmacology 2017, in London, December 11-13th 2017. We are pleased to have our own stand at this meeting and will be present during the refreshment breaks and poster

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Exploiting the new pharmacology and application to drug discovery – Abstract extension to 23 Feb

We look forward to meeting with database users, collaborators and contacts at the BPS Focused meeting 20th-21st April 2015, Edinburgh. Note that abstracts and registration are still open and bursaries for presenters available. IUPHAR/BPS Guide to Pharmacology Team members have

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BPS Focused meeting: Exploiting the new pharmacology and application to drug discovery

A British Pharmacological Society (BPS) focused meeting in association with NC-IUPHAR will take place in Edinburgh in 2015, exploring new pharmacology and its application to drug discovery. This two-day event running from 20th-21st April will include talks by keynote speakers

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WCP2014: Abstracts from NC-IUPHAR members

The 17th World Congress of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (WCP2014) is now rapidly approaching and several NC-IUPHAR members will be attending the Congress. The followings talks will be presented on Tuesday 15th July 2014 15.30-17.00 in Track 6 of the

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Guide to PHARMACOLOGY out and about: Spring 2014 conferences and meetings

In April one of our curators, Helen Benson, represented the team at the Seventh International Biocuration Conference at the University of Toronto, and presented a poster outlining our approved drug and clinical target curation. This visit followed the previous year’s

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WCP 2014: 17th World Congress of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology in Cape Town

  We recommend that all our users consider attending WCP2014 (early bird registration has now been extended until March 31st). Members of the IUPHAR/BPS Guide to PHARMACOLOGY database team, and NC-IUPHAR committee members will be attending and look forward to

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