Cardiac non-myocytes; emerging therapeutic targets

Cardiac non-myocytes; emerging therapeutic targets

Date: December 19, 2018

Time: 9.00 am

Location: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

BSCR events

Cardiac non-myocytes; emerging therapeutic targets

A BSCR-organised embedded symposium at Pharmacology 2018

Wednesday 19th December, 9.00 am, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre

 

‘Endogenous sources of neovascularization’ – Nicola Smart, University of Oxford

‘Targeting non-myocytes to alter cardiac electrophysiology: emerging concepts’ – Peter Kohl, University of Freiburg, Germany

‘The vascular smooth muscle cell as a therapeutic target’ – Karen Porter, University of Leeds

‘IL-11: the fibrosis cytokine’ – Stuart Cook, Duke-National University of Singapore

 

Session Chairs: Patrizia Camelliti (University of Surrey), Daniel Stuckey (University College London)

 

Submit an abstract – deadline Friday 14th September
Abstracts selected for both oral and poster presentation will be published in the British Journal of Pharmacology or the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.

 

Programme

Symposia include – Clinical ED50: improving the evidence basis of dose; Medicines optimisation – how could clinical pharmacologists contribute? New psychoactive substances: pharmacology influencing practice, policy and the law; Targeting calcium ion channels in disease.

 

Registration

Open soon with reduced affiliate rate for BSCR members.