Hundreds of leading pharmacologists and bioscientists from across Europe will be in Manchester next week for the 5th Congress of the Federation of European Pharmacological Societies.
Hosted by the British Pharmacological Society, EPHAR 2008 has a packed programme of plenary lectures, cutting-edge symposia with subject-leading speakers as well as satellite meetings and trade exhibitions.
The four-day meeting, starting Monday, 14 July, will showcase the research of leading scientists from EPHAR's 24 affiliated pharmacological societies and promises to be the most important international pharmacological event of the year.
Key themes include reducing risk in drug discovery and development, respiratory pharmacology, pain and inflammation and pulmonary and cardiovascular pharmacology.
The Congress will close on Thursday, 17 July, with a debate-provoking lecture on Drug provision for the Developing World by world-renowned political philosopher, Professor Thomas Pogge.
|Contact: Aeron Haworth|
University of Manchester