Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology

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Edited By: Kim Brøsen

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 47/87 (Toxicology); 125/254 (Pharmacology & Pharmacy)

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BCPT Nordic Prize 2014

The BCPT Nordic Prize 2014 goes to Professor Olavi Pelkonen
BCPT has recently awarded its Nordic Prize of 10,000 Euro for 2014 to Professor Olavi Pelkonen, University of Oulu, Finland.

Olavi Pelkonen is acknowledged for his great contribution to pharmacology and toxicology both at the national, Nordic and international level.

There will be a prize ceremony in spring 2015.

Kim Brøsen
Editor-in-Chief

Read articles published by Professor Olavi Pelkonen for free
Metabolism of Ophthalmic Timolol: New Aspects of an Old Drug
(Published May 2011)

Prediction of Drug Metabolism and Interactions on the Basis of in vitro Investigations
(Published Mar 2005)

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