ASCPT 2016: Advancing Therapeutic Horizons Through Global Collaborations
2016 Annual Meeting Registration is Now Open!
Register by the Early Bird Deadline, December 14, 2015, to receive discounts on your Annual Meeting and Pre-conference registrations.
2016 Pre-Conferences Announced
The 2016 Pre-conferences will be held on Tuesday, March 8, 2016. Register today and receive a $200 discount when you register for the Annual Meeting and book at the Hilton Bayfront. For more information, click here.
Quantitative Translational Approaches in Oncology
Challenges in Global Drug Development
2016 State of the Art Speakers Announced
ASCPT and the SPC are excited to announce the 2016 State of the Art Speakers: Anne Wojcicki, 23andMe, Dan Hartman, MD, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; and Alice T. Shaw, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
2016 Featured Speakers
Micheline Piquette-Miller, PhD, University of Toronto, and Dan Roden, MD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, will be the ASCPT 2016 Annual Meeting Featured Speakers. For more information click here.
Student and Trainee Programming
ASCPT is pleased to offer our students and trainees programming designed to address their needs as they grow in the field. For more information click here.
Here are some of the student/trainee programs being offered at the 2016 Annual Meeting:
- Career Bootcamp | Wednesday, March 9
- Trainee Luncheon | Thursday, March 10
- Speed Mentoring | Friday, March 11
- Pursuing the Management Track in a Scientific Organization: Learn From the Experts | Saturday, March 12
NEW! Annual Meeting attendees will be required to register for the Annual Meeting prior to booking their hotel accommodations at the Hilton Bayfront. Detailed booking information, including a housing link to secure your reservation, will be provided in your registration confirmation.
Wednesday Special Sessions
Scientific Programming begins Wednesday morning.
Wednesday Special Session on Pharmacogenomics
- ASCPT-Asia Pacific Symposium: Racial/Ethnic Differences in Drug Response.
- Career Bootcamp.
Scientific Horizons and Opportunities in Pharmacogenomics Research
The Pharmacogenomics Research Network (PGRN) is pleased to present a free, special session focused on recent research in pharmacogenomics. The session will take place on Wednesday, March 9 from 8 AM to 2 PM. Scientific presentations by leading pharmacogenomics researchers will be followed by a panel discussion featuring representatives from academia, industry and the FDA. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. This session is open to all ASCPT meeting attendees. Those not attending the ASCPT meeting may still register for the session.