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.
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Register now– ticket prices fixed at early bird rates until 2 July 2023!
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.
30 June – 1 July 2023, Mazumdar-Shaw Advanced Research Centre, Glasgow University, Glasgow
Come a few days early for the World Conference in Glasgow and attend this free GPCR Signalling symposium.
Call for Early Career Researchers to present a poster. Those interested should email a copy of their abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate whether they would like to be considered for an oral communication (10 min presentation + 5 min questions).
The IUPHAR Education Satellite Meeting, will bring together educators from across the globe to share their ideas, expertise, resources and innovations. There will be ample opportunities to meet and network with international colleagues, and engage in workshops, panel discussions, and oral presentations covering a broad range of pharmacology education topics.
The call is open for abstract submissions for this IUPHAR Education Satellite Meeting. The submission deadline is midnight (GMT) on Sunday 5 March 2023.
Patient centric sampling – What it is and how it can transform decentralised clinical trials?
Sunday 2 July, Crown Plaza, Glasgow
This one day event will introduce you to patient centric blood sampling – the collection of high quality samples for the determination of pharmacokinetic (PK), pharmacodynamic (PD) and clinical chemistry endpoints. The technologies offer the potential to collect high quality samples from patients away from the centralised clinical settings, such as in the home, thus putting the needs of the patient at the centre.