Farmakologi

DSTF er medlem af den nationale paraplyorganisation Dansk selskab for Farmakologi, samt de internationale organisationer EPHAR og IUPHAR. Husk at du via dit medlemskab i DSTF kan drage fordel af eventuelle medlemsfordele hos disse organisationer.

Farmakologi relateret news

  • WCP2023 in Glasgow – abstract deadline extended to 20 November 2022

    The 19th World Congress of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 2023 is held in Glasgow, Scotland on 2-7 July 2023.

    The abstract deadline have just been extended to Sunday 20 November 2022.

    The registration is also open – with early bird registration ending on 17 March 2023. Remember that you can as IUPHAR society member, if you are a DSTF member.

    Please see the congress webpage for more information


  • ANNUAL Meeting 2022

    It was with great pleasure that we once again invited all interested to the DSTF annual meeting, October 11-12, 2022 at Sandbjerg Estate near Sønderborg. The meeting theme was Metabolic diseases: Novel toxicological and pharmacological insights, and included presentation from both national and international speakers.

    See more here.


  • 13th DSF Annual Meeting – 25 January 2023

    13th Annual Meeting of Danish Society of Pharmacology takes place on 25 January 2023 at University of Southern Denmark, Odense.
    They intend to provide an exciting program with a broad range of aspects of Danish pharmacological research. The theme of the morning lectures will be “Drug Repurposing”, i.e. the use of existing medication for new indications. This approach has repeatedly proven its value – even during lockdown. 
    Moreover, the meeting will provide award lectures, workshops, hot topic presentations, free oral communications, as well as poster sessions.
    So, please save the date, consider submitting an abstract and stay tuned for the second announcement with more details.
    See more on the DSF webpage


  • BCPT Nordic Prize 2022

    Professor, DMSc, Kim Brøsen has been awarded the BCPT Nordic Prize for 2022 in Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology.

    Kim Brøsen has been a towering presence within European clinical pharmacology for 35 years. He is internationally recognized as an innovative, pioneering, and leading researcher within human drug metabolism and pharmacogenomics. He has been a strong developer and promoter of clinical pharmacology training, and he has tirelessly pursued the implementation of clinical pharmacology as a medical specialty with a recognizable and respected professional identity. Additionally, he has an elite publication record and resides deservedly among the Highly Cited Researchers within clinical pharmacology. He is known for his strong strategic competences and his ability to create and nurse national and international networks. Not least, he is known for his inspiration and support to young researchers and is appreciated for his genuine overall academic approach, social generosity, and humour.

    Read more here.


  • BCPT Young Researcher Nordic Prize 2022

    Tore Bjerregaard Stage has been awarded the BCPT Young Researcher Nordic Prize for 2022 in Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology.
    Tore Bjerregaard Stage was born in 1987, Odense, Denmark, and studied pharmacy at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), from 2007-12. After graduation, he completed his PhD in clinical pharmacology at SDU from 2012-15, and the title of the thesis was: ”Pharmacogenetics and Drug Interactions in Relation to Treatment with Metformin”. Hereafter, he held a position as a postdoc at the Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences, University of California, San Francisco, from 2016-17. After his return to Denmark, he was assistant professor at Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacy, Department of Public Health, SDU, from 2017-19. Since 2019, he has been associate professor at the same department.

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