Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities

We would be delighted to discuss sponsorship and exhibition opportunities. We aim to ensure participants are inspired and supporters receive optimal exposure. Please refer to our sponsorship and exhibitor prospectus. If you would like to discuss bespoke sponsorship opportunities please contact the organising committee: MPGPCR.Conference@monash.edu

The organising committee greatly acknowledge the following conference supporters of the 2018 meeting.

Principal meeting sponsor

British Pharmacological Society

This year we welcome a new partnership with the British Pharmacological Society (BPS). BPS is an outstanding professional and global community that supports world-class events and maintains a membership base of over 3500 members across 60 countries. We are delighted to be supported by an organisation that has a strong and long history in promoting and advancing the discipline of pharmacology through world-class meetings, funding and charities, while supporting equality and celebrating diversity.

Major Meeting sponsors

ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science

Launched in early 2018, ACS Pharmacology and Translational Science publishes high quality and innovative research spanning basic and molecular science through to translational preclinical studies. The journal prioritises studies that integrate basic pharmacological and/or biochemical insights with (patho)physiological processes that have translational potential for a broad range of biomedical disciplines.

Drug Discovery Biology (DDB)

Research teams within Drug Discovery Biology (DDB), Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences encompass broad expertise in molecular, chemical and cellular biology of receptors extending to whole animal studies and translational discovery research. DDB scientists are world-leaders in the study of novel paradigms of drug action and adopt multidisciplinary approaches to understand drug targets in biomedicine and disease.

Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (MIPS)

Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS) is a major pharmaceutical research hub within the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University. MIPS is home to more than 200 research staff and postgraduate students who apply advances in drug discovery biology, medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutics to improve treatments for cancer, malaria, Parkinson's disease and other major health threats.