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

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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.



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.



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