Bridging Basic and Clinical Pharmacology
WORLDPHARMA 2010 SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED!



WorldPharma2010 (16th IUPHAR WorldCongress of Basis and Clinical Pharmacology) was held inCopenhagen17-23 July 2010.

There were over 3200 registered participants in this World congress, of which half came from outside of Europe and of these more than one third from developing countries. In all there were participants from over 80 countries.

The programme consisted of about 700 oral presentations and almost 2000 posters spread over plenary lectures, 2-3 day focused conferences, workshops and symposia. The programme was a blend of basic and clinical pharmacology and a demonstration that both branches contribute to and depend on each other.

We believe that the congress achieved its goal of providing a platform for the future development of the discipline, and its aim of supporting the development of safe and effective medicines at affordable prices.

The organizers thank all participants for their contribution and our sponsors for generous support.

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Kim Brøsen Michael Mulvany
President Secretary general
   
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Participants listening in Hall A2 in the Bella Center

The Hans Christian Andersen Parade

 
 

Opening Lecture by Jeffrey K Aronson



 

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The Congress is generously supported by
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Official Journal of WorldPharma 2010
 
A.P Møller Fonden

ADIS
ASPET
AstraZeneca (Italy)
Carlsberg’s Bequest in Memory of Brewer J.C. Jacobsen
DaCRA
EACPT
EPHAR
Novo Nordisk Foundation
Hoffman-Laroche
Servier

 
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16th World Congress on Basic and Clinical Pharmacology. July 17-23, 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark