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Autonomic Pharmacology: Associations & Societies
Autonomic Pharmacology Effects of drugs having therapeutic potential and potential for adverse side effects within the autonomic nervous system and organs controlled by this system. Comparison with drugs having therapeutic potential.
The Society was founded in 1931, in Oxford, by a group of around 20 pharmacologists. They were brought together on the initiative of J.A. Gunn, by a letter signed by JA Gunn, HH Dale , and WE Dixon, who proposed the formation of a pharmacological club. The group met in Wadham College on the evening of Friday 3 July 1931, the day before the meeting of the Physiological Society.
It was agreed that a Society should be founded to meet at least once a year for the reading of papers on pharmacological subjects and the discussion of questions of teaching and publications and to promote friendly relations between pharmacologists! Professor Gunn presided over the meeting.
CSPT is the official Canadian member of the International Union of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR). James Hammond and Rommel Tirona are the Canadian IUPHAR delgates. CSPT is a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization with a VISION to be the national voice fostering the application of educational
The American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) is a 5,000 member scientific society whose members conduct basic and clinical pharmacological research and work for academia, government, large pharmaceutical companies , small biotech companies, and even non-profit organizations.
The embryo of IVPPA was BADAN KERJASAMA NASIONAL (BKN) FARMASI VETERINER INDONESIA as a new organization with component from ten lecturers veterinary pharmacy science on four Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (Syiah Kuala University,
Advancing the science and practice of clinical pharmacology and translational medicine for the therapeutic benefit of patients and society.The American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT) was founded in 1900, and consists of over 2,200 professionals
whose primary interest is to advance the science and practice of clinical pharmacology and translational medicine for the therapeutic benefit of patients and society. ASCPT is the largest scientific and professional organization serving the disciplines of Clinical Pharmacology and Transnational Medicine.
He BAP is a learned society and registered charity. It promotes research and education in psychopharmacology and related areas, and brings together people in academia, health services, and industry. Formed in 1974, it is the largest such national association in Europe, and the second largest in the world.
The BAP is relevant to all psychiatrists, neuroscientists, pharmacologists, neurologists, pharmacists, and psychologists. Its membership and interests cover all major techniques used in the field , including: pharmacology, genetics, neuroimaging, neuropsychology, electrophysiology, experimental medicine, clinical trials, and in vivo and in vitro models.
The European Association for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (EACPT) is a learned society in the field of clinical pharmacology. It is the leading society in Europe serving the European and global clinical pharmacology and therapeutics community.
It has its origins in a working party in the early 1980s under the auspices of the World Health Organisation (WHO-Europe). Subsequently, a committee was created in 1993 chaired by Folke Sjöqvist with the remit to prepare the first congress of EACPT.
The genesis of pharmacology in India dates back to the beginning of 20th Century when Col.Ram Nath Chopra took over the reins in 1921 as the first Professor of Pharmacology at the School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. Col. Chopra who is rightly regarded as the doyen of pharmacology initiated several research