Meetings


201818SEP

Annual meeting of the Irish Association of pharmacologists

Annual meeting of the Irish Association of Pharmacologists

The meeting will take place at the Wellcome Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine (http://www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/wwiem/)  This is a large purpose-built centre for research located on the Queen’s University campus at the Belfast City Hospital site, opened for use in 2015. WWIEM sits adjacent to the Centre for Cancer Research & Cell Biology and, as such, the venue is right in the hub of health sciences research in Belfast.

The purpose of the meeting is to provide a platform for presentation of state-of-the-art lectures in areas considered of great relevance to healthcare.  Join us for a fantastic programme.  Highlights will include keynote presentations from:

  • Jochen Prehn (Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland) on apoptosis sensitisers
  • Amrita Ahluwalia (William Harvey Research Institute, London) on sodium nitrite in cardioprotection
  • Danny McAuley (Royal Victoria Hospital and Queen's University of Belfast) on acute respiratory distress syndrome

Delegates can enjoy these talks and also abstract presentations, plus networking opportunities. There are prizes available for early career researchers giving oral or poster presentations.

Details of the programme are available here (http://www.pharmacology.ie).


201503FEB

BPS-focused meeting

The meeting will be held at the Royal Colege of Physicians, Edinburgh. For more information or to register your interest, contact meetings@bps.ac.uk or visit the website www.bps.ac.uk

 


201515JAN

18th SCF - registration open

Please register for the 18th SCF meeting by following instructions at the following link. The organisers would be grateful for prompt registration as this will help us confirm numbers for poster boards and catering.

http://www.epay.ed.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&catid=82&prodid=1829

Many thanks,

Paddy Hadoke (Edinburgh) and Iain Gow (QMU)


201412JUN

Heart Failure Symposium at Kings College London

King's College London British Heart Foundation Centre and The Journal of Clinical Investigation

International Symposium

Recent Advances in Heart Failure

15-16 September 2014

Royal College of Physicians, London UK

Speakers include:

Mark Anderson, Robert Balaban, Paolo Bernardi, Stuart Cook, Mathias Gautel, Roger Hajjar, Saptarsi Haldar, Sarah Jackson, Kristina Lorenz, Christoph Maack, Manuel Mayr, Eric Olson, Tullio Pozzan, Christine Seidman, Nic Smith, Leon de Windt and Rui-Ping Xiao

Delegate rates:

£175 early bird (until 6 July)

£220 standard

To see full programme and to book go to http://tiny.cc/bhfjci

Booking closes 1 September 2014


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Annual meeting of the Irish Association of pharmacologists

Annual meeting of the Irish Association of Pharmacologists

The meeting will take place at the Wellcome Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine (http://www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/wwiem/)  This is a large purpose-built centre for research located on the Queen’s University campus at the Belfast City Hospital site, opened for use in 2015. WWIEM sits adjacent to the Centre for Cancer Research & Cell Biology and, as such, the venue is right in the hub of health sciences research in Belfast.

The purpose of the meeting is to provide a platform for presentation of state-of-the-art lectures in areas considered of great relevance to healthcare.  Join us for a fantastic programme.  Highlights will include keynote presentations from:

  • Jochen Prehn (Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland) on apoptosis sensitisers
  • Amrita Ahluwalia (William Harvey Research Institute, London) on sodium nitrite in cardioprotection
  • Danny McAuley (Royal Victoria Hospital and Queen's University of Belfast) on acute respiratory distress syndrome

Delegates can enjoy these talks and also abstract presentations, plus networking opportunities. There are prizes available for early career researchers giving oral or poster presentations.

Details of the programme are available here (http://www.pharmacology.ie).