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Pharmacology Research & Perspectives Launches at Experimental Biology 2013

May 7, 2013

Launch event - James E. Barrett, Chair of ASPET's Board of Publications Trustees; Michael J. Curtis, Editor-in-Chief; Graeme Henderson, Vice President - Publications (BPS); Darrell R. Abernethy, Deputy Editor

We are delighted that Pharmacology Research & Perspectives (PR&P) launched successfully at EB2013. 

PR&P is a new collaboration between the British Pharmacological Society (BPS) and the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) and is supported by their prestigious journals.

Crowds at the PR&P launch enjoying the atmosphereThe journal was formally introduced at the ASPET Business Meeting which preceeded the launch reception. James Barrett, the Chair of ASPET’s Board of Publications Trustees introduced the Editor-in-Chief: Michael J. Curtis and advised the audience that the editors and society officers would be available to take questions about the journal at the reception. The ASPET/BPS Opening Reception then followed. PR&P banners were placed around the room including key information about the new journal, and BPS, ASPET and Wiley staff were on hand to distribute leaflets. Delegates enjoyed a steady supply of drinks and a buffet and the event was enjoyed by all. 

Throughout the conference there were a number of smaller events to introduce the journal: ‘Meet-the-editor’ events were held at the BPS and ASPET booths, giving potential authors the opportunity to discuss their paper and how to submit. The journal was also introduced at the ASPET Joint Editorial Boards Dinner, and delegates passed the PR&P banners as they went to sessions and meetings.

For more information about PR&P visit the journal’s website > 
or send an email to the editorial office >
Submit your paper via the journal’s online submission site >
Ensure you don’t miss any PR&P articles when they publish. Sign up for free e-toc alerts >

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