About the BPS
The BPS has, at its heart, the development and promotion of pharmacology and of those who are training and working in the field. With over 3,500 members from over 60 countries around the world, we are a truly international organization.
We cover the whole spectrum of pharmacology, including laboratory, clinical, and toxicological aspects and support our members at work in academia, industry and the health service.
BPS is mindful of its responsibilities to promote equality of opportunity and to avoid discrimination at all times.
Olympic gold medallist Tim Foster has teamed up with the British Pharmacological Society to share how to have a healthy body without the use of drugs.
Have you ever wondered how medicines work? Or how they are processed by the body? These questions are answered by the science of pharmacology!
Whether it’s a glance at your bathroom cabinet or a trip to the dentist, pharmacology is all around us! This animation from the British Pharmacological Society provides an introduction to the science of pharmacology and the charity's activities as a global community at the heart of pharmacology.
The British Pharmacological Society launched today a new report calling for an increase in the number of clinical pharmacologists across the four UK nations.
Clinical pharmacologists can make even more vital contributions to the NHS as it attempts to provide safe, equitable, high-quality patient care with restricted budgets.