Cerebral vascular dynamics

Dr. Salvador Lluch, Professor of Physiology at the Autonomous University of Madrid, imparted the lecture Cerebral vascular dynamics, one of the inaugural acts of the Academic Year 1985-1986 of the Catalan Society of Pharmacology, in collaboration with the Esteve Foundation. The lecture was given at the Academy of Medical Sciences of Catalonia and the Balearic…

1985

Contribución del biólogo a la farmacología en España

The role of a biologist in the Department of Pharmacology of a university or in the pharmaceutical industry, his/her contribution to the design of drugs and his/her present situation are some of the aspects included in this third round table organized by the Esteve Foundation. The biologist’s contribution to pharmacology in Spain was held on…

1985

The changing scene of pharmaceutical sciences

The second lecture organized by the Esteve Foundation was imparted by Prof. Milo Gibaldi, from the School of Pharmacy of the University of Washington, Seattle. Under the title The changing scene of pharmaceutical sciences, the meeting was held at the Royal Academy of Pharmacy on May 23, 1985.

1985

Computer application to drug design

As from the very first year of the Esteve Foundation, a close collaboration began with the Catalan Society of Pharmacology regarding the celebration of inaugural lectures of their courses. This collaboration has been maintained year after year. The first of these lectures was imparted at the inauguration of the Academic Year 1984-1985, under the title…

1984

Drug-protein binding

The first international symposium organized by the Esteve Foundation, held on October 15-17, 1984, was born with the purpose of reuniting several experts on drug-protein binding in order to discuss the biological bases and the biochemical mechanisms of binding, as well as their involvement in a number of diseases. Indeed, the different degree of binding…

1984

The pharmaceutical revolution forty years later

In 1984, the Esteve Foundation started one of the activities that were to be repeated year after year: the annual lectures at the Royal Academy of Pharmacy. This type of activity was first performed on June 7, 1984, when Prof. Louis Lasagna, from the Center for the study of drug development, lectured on The pharmaceutical…

1984