Professor Trevor W Stone
B.Pharm., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.B.Ph.S., Hon. F.R.C.P.
Professor Stone is a pharmacologist and neuroscientist with a history of working on adenosine and related purines, glutamate and NMDA receptors, the kynurenine pathway and the biology of serine proteases.
At 1 September 2021, Professor Stone had published 432 full research papers in conventional, refereed journals, and 13 books. Professor Stone’s Google H-factor score is currently 71, with over 22,000 citations of his work.
Trevor Stone has a wide range of experience in biomedical research. His own research has included in vitro and in vivo studies ranging from cell cultures to clinical collaborations.
In 2000, Professor Stone authored a book for lay audiences on the mechanisms by which drugs act. A key feature was relating how many currently used drugs were originally discovered.
Professor Stone has substantial experience in interactions with the pharmaceutical industry, acting as a consultant for research projects and advisor in pharmaceutical development.