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British Pharmacological Society

The British Pharmacological Society (BPS) is the professional association for pharmacologists in the UK.

The society was formed when some pharmacologists met in Oxford, UK in 1931. The learned society aims to further education within Pharmacology and also organises meetings of the countries most prominent pharmacologists. [1]


The British Pharmacological Society publishes a number of works, which promotes pharmacology;

  • British Journal of Pharmacology - Published by the Nature Publishing Group.[2]
  • pA2 is the e-journal of the British Pharmacological Society[3]
  • The British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology published by Blackwell Publishing.[4]

See also


  1. ^ British Pharmacological Society. About the BPS. British Pharmacological Society. Retrieved on 2006-02-12.
  2. ^ Nature publishing group. British Journal of Pharmacology. British Pharmacological Society. Retrieved on 2006-02-12.
  3. ^ British Pharmacological Society. pA2 online. pA2 online. Retrieved on 2006-02-12.
  4. ^ blackwellpublishing. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. blackwellpublishing. Retrieved on 2006-02-12.

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