The purpose of the meeting is to provide a platform for leading researchers to present their latest findings in basic and clinical pharmacology and in therapeutics. There will also be presentations by early-career researchers and prizes will be awarded for best oral and poster presentations.
Abstract submissions for the 20th IAP Annual Meeting are now open and can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is Friday, 18th October 2019
Registration is now open at Eventbrite for the 20th Annual IAP Meeting and to pay Membership Fees
Professor John Feely
‘The medal will be awarded annually at the IAP meeting to a single individual chosen by a panel of their peers. It is awarded in memory of the contribution made by the late Professor John Feely to the discipline of Pharmacology. The medal will be awarded in recognition of the role of the successful candidate in the delivery of service to the integrated disciplines of Clinical Therapeutics or Basic Pharmacology through their teaching, research, innovation, mentorship and /or the delivery of exemplary clinical care to patients, if the latter is appropriate. Candidates will normally be active in the Republic of Ireland or in Northern Ireland, however in exceptional circumstances, international candidates with strong links to Republic of Ireland/Northern Ireland may be considered’
The provision of the medal and support of the successful candidate to deliver the Keynote lecture henceforth “The John Feely Lecture” will be provided by the IAP according to the amount decided and rules laid down by its Executive Board. The maximum support provided to cover travel, accommodation and sundries will not normally exceed 400 Euro.
Future plans for the Irish Association of Pharmacologists
The IAP was instated as a formal entity on 30th November 2016 with its establishment as an unincorporated association. We hope that our aims for developing the association over the next few years will reflect Professor Feely’s ambitious and unstinting work. These include
the promotion of basic and clinical pharmacology research on the island of Ireland
the provision of a forum for exchange and collaboration for scientists working in pharmacology & therapeutics, and allied disciplines in both research and industrial contexts
an effective forum for lobbying
the establishment of the IAP as a member of international associations so as to provide members with international forums and contacts in order to promote research, development and international collaboration.
The Irish Association of Pharmacologists is a member of the
International Union of Clinical and Basic Pharmacology (IUPHAR)