Plan your WCP2023 schedule
Browse our full interactive programme below or download the programme overview PDF and start planning your schedule for WCP2023.
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Monday 3 July 2023
Keynote Lecture with Professor Dame Sally Davies – No time to wait: global progress and challenges in tackling Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
Keynote Lecture with Professor Ed Bullmore – Inflammation and depression
Keynote Lecture with Professor Klaus Pantel – Liquid Biopsy: Establishing a new diagnostic concept in oncology
Exhibition / Poster viewing
Targeting Inflammation in Infectious Diseases
Addressing the challenges in translational pharmacology through academic-industrial collaboration
Can platelet purinergic receptors be targeted to safely treat non-thrombotic diseases?
Marine Natural Products Pharmacology
Antibiotics: Solving the crisis
Accelerating Chemical Biology and early Drug Discovery by academic collaborative initiatives
Progress in geriatric pharmacology: improving drug development, evaluation and use for our ageing population
Safety Pharmacology for the 21st Century – new technologies and approaches supporting safety and predictivity within drug discovery and development
The Inter-dependence of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology From Benchside to Bedside and Back
Lunch break / View posters
Career Zone Talk: Career in medical education
Career Zone Talk: Exploring careers in science publishing
Keynote Lecture with Professor John McMurray – Heart failure therapeutics: The ultimate pharmacological success story?
Keynote Lecture with Professor Brian Kobilka – Structural insights into the dynamic process of GPCR signaling
Keynote Lecture with Professor Katrin Amunts – Neurotransmitter receptors and brain maps
Oral communications x9
Career Zone Talk: The importance of networking for career advancement and success
Space Medicine-The Final Frontier: Insights from the NASA Twin Study
Pharmacometric model informed drug development in infectious diseases
Drug discovery and development for Malaria
Psychedelics in neuropsychiatric disorders
Pharmacogenomics in 2023: Big Studies, Big Results, Big Implications, Big Responsibilities
Emerging role of NLRP3 inflammasome as a therapeutic target in cardiovascular and infectious diseases
Hammersmith Medicines Research Symposium
Deprescribing for older people: International efforts to understand and improve efficacy, safety and implementation
Professional Identity of the 21st Century Pharmacology Educator
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About the programme
Our scientific programme focuses on collaboration, innovation, and discovery, all of which are underpinned by excellent science. Our Scientific Organising Committee have selected a fantastic line-up of 484 speakers and chairs from 78 countries, each renowned for their expertise and leadership in pharmacology. Join us for 63 symposia, 23 keynote lectures, 18 workshops and 3 debates across 10 content themes.
Alongside our symposia and keynote lectures, we have a packed schedule of abstract presentations, interactive debates, and networking opportunities. We also have our all-important social programme, allowing you to catch up with friends and colleagues, as well as introducing you to just some of the wonders you can enjoy in Scotland.
You may also be interested in:
- Register now – ticket prices fixed at early bird rates until 2 July 2023!
- Meet the keynote speakers
- Book your accommodation
- Plan your travel
- Explore Scotland, discover Glagow
- Register for satellite meetings
- Find out about exhibition and sponsorship opportunities
In addition to the WCP2023 programme, several satellite meetings will be held in the days before and after the congress. These are workshops or smaller meetings which are organised independently of WCP2023, but which cover similar topics or themes that you may find interesting.
As these are independent meetings, you will need to register for them seperately. Follow the links for each meeting for more information.
Please note: we are no longer taking new proposals for satellite meetings.