Congratulations to Karolina Noworyta and Przemysław Danek
We are pleased to announce that Karolina Noworyta M.D from Department of Pharmacology, Affective Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory and Przemysław Danek M.D from Department of Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism have been awarded scholarships of the Minister of Education and Science for promising young scientist.
New Impact Factor of “Pharmacological Reports” = 3,919 (JCR 2021)
The new Journal Citation
Reports Impact Factor (IF) values (JCR 2021) have been recently released, and
we are pleased to announce that "Pharmacological Reports" IF for 2021
has increased from 3.027 to 3.919 (five-year Impact Factor = 3.472), once again
establishing a record for the journal. The journal has also been placed in the second
quartile (Q2) of the JCR evaluation.
We would like to offer our
sincere gratitude to the Editorial Team, Associate Editors, Reviewers, and
Authors whose outstanding work and commitment significantly contribute to the
success of the Journal. We hope for good cooperation in the future.
“Pharmacological Reports” Team
Midterm seminar: “How to counter misinformation using psychology” by Dr Jon Roozenbeek
On 6 July 2022 at 10:00 am (CEST) the
#Webimmunization project team will organize an open midterm seminar. We have
the pleasure to announce that the guest speaker will be Dr Jon Roozenbeek.
Dr Roozenbeek is the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Cambridge
Social Decision-Making Lab. His research focuses on misinformation,
vaccine hesitancy, online extremism and inoculation theory. As part of his
research, he co-developed the award-winning fake news games Bad News, Harmony
Square and Go Viral. During the seminar, he will speak on how to counter
misinformation using psychology. The event will take place online via Teams platform
and will be held in English. It will be recorded and published on our website
and social media.
Registered participants a few days before the event
will receive an event online link to join the seminar.