The Association of Physicians

The Association of Physicians of GB and Ireland is the home of Interdisciplinary Translational Medicine hosting a vibrant community of researchers at all career stages.  

Our aim is to promote high quality interdisciplinary translational research to improve human health and well being.

Our vision is to
  • Engage the wider scientific and public community to raise the profile of interdisciplinary translational research,
  • Develop the careers of translational researchers and
  • Share ideas and knowledge.
Welcome from the President
President Professor Seamas Donnelly
Prof. Seamas Donnelly
Head of Department
Trinity College Dublin

Calling for nominations for the Award for Outstanding Contribution to Translational Medicine

The AoP is seeking nominations for this prestigious prize to acknowledge the outstanding contribution made by UK or Irish researchers to Translational Medicine.

Closing date 31st August

QJM Impact Factor now 14.04

The Quarterly Journal of Medicine (QJM) is pleased to announce the current Impact Factor for the Journal is now 14.04.

The QJM is the official Journal of the Association, founded in 1907 by Sir William Osler, it has a significant legacy of publishing leading articles in Translational Medicine.

It welcomes submission of original medical research articles, invited reviews and topical Commentary pieces relevant to our medical readership.   We would encourage Association members to consider submitting their original work to the Journal.

We offer a fast-track review process for selected submissions, namely 72 hours (x3 working days) to first review decision.  Should you wish to avail of this service, authors are encouraged to liaise in advance with Professor Seamas Donnelly, Editor-in-Chief for the journal at E-Mail.

To raise the profile of interdisciplinary translational  research in the scientific and public communities, nationally and internationally

AoP Webinar Series: Emerging Issues in Medicine

Capturing short statements from leading world experts

Inflammatory disorders create pathology in multiple organ systems and many treatments are repurposed across the medical disciplines. Chronic inflammation can lead to an increasing burden of multimorbidity. This webinar will bring together expert speakers with different perspectives on multisystem inflammation to discuss what we can learn, to improve the recognition, treatment and prevention of inflammatory disease.

To promote the exchange of ideas and knowledge between researchers from different professional disciplines to create a vibrant, diverse, interdisciplinary translational research community

Post AoP Annual Meeting 2022 Dublin Information

Thank you to everyone who attended the recent, highly successful Annual Meeting in Dublin, it was an immense pleasure to welcome our fellows, members, speakers and early career colleagues to the first in-person meeting since 2019.

We will meet again in Liverpool, 20th and 21st April 2023 and look forward to seeing you there.

Professor Sir Peter Horby - Annual Meeting Dublin 2022

Professor Muzlifah Haniffa - Annual Meeting Dublin 2022

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