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IUPHAR currently has eight Sections:

  1. Section on Drug Metabolism and Drug Transport (DMDT)
  2. Section on Educaton (IUPHAR-ED)
  3. Section on Gastrointestinal Pharmacology (GI)
  4. Section on Immunopharmacology (ImmuPhar)
  5. Section on the Pharmacology of Natural Products (SPNP)
  6. Section on Neuropsychopharmacology (NPP)
  7. Section on Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology
  8. Section on Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics (PGx)

The Clinical Pharmacology Division has three Subcommittees:

  1. Global Health Pharmacology and Therapeutics 
  2. Geriatric Clinical Pharmacology
  3. Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance

The Education Section has two Subcommittees:

  1. IUPHAR Integrative and Organ Systems Pharmacology Initiative (IOSP)
  2. Pharmacology Education Project (PEP)

Any person who is affiliated with an IUPHAR Member Society may participate in the Division, Sections and Subcommittees as well as the standing committees.    To follow the activites of the IUPHAR special interest groups, click on an above link to visit the homepage of the Division, Section or Subcommitte.  Then click on the “How to Join” link to register with the Division, Sections and/or Subcommittees of interest to you.

Per the Statutes, the structure of IUPHAR is designed to accommodate the dynamic and diverse nature of pharmacology.  A Section may be established by the IUPHAR Executive Committee either on its own or response to a request (see the Statutes text V.2 for application instructions).  Normally, this would occur when an area of pharmacology has developed to the point at which a substantial number of pharmacologists are active in the area and for whom the progress in the area would be aided by a formal structure. If you are interested in forming a new IUPHAR section, please contact the Administrative Office.

A Subcommittee may be established by an IUPHAR Division or Section to support and strengthen a particular area of pharmacology to the point that it may choose to apply to become a Section.