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Showcase of Top Trainee Abstracts
Wednesday, March 21 | 5:00 pm – 6:30pm

ASCPT is proud to honor the top scoring abstracts submitted by clinical pharmacologists in training. These Presidential Trainee Award recipients will be recognized during the Showcase of Top Trainee Abstracts on Wednesday, March 21 from 5:00 pm- 6:30 pm. Posters will be on display during poster sessions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

These videos highlight the exceptional research of the Presidential Trainee Award recipients.



Arjun P. Athreya, MS
FACTOR GRAPHS IDENTIFY SEX-SPECIFIC ANTIDEPRESSANT RESPONSE PROFILES: CITALOPRAM/ESCITALOPRAM AS MOLECULAR PROBES FOR SUBGROUPS OF MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER PATIENTS.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
   

Kit Wun Kathy Cheung, PharmD
CHARACTERIZING THE ONTOGENY OF TEN RENAL TRANSPORTERS IN AFRICAN AMERICANS USING QUANTITATIVE PROTEOMICS, GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS AND CLINICAL DATA.
University of California, San Francisco
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Rachel Dalton, PharmD
A MULTIFACTORIAL CYTOCHROME P450 2D6 GENOTYPE-PHENOTYPE PREDICTION APPROACH TO IMPROVE PRECISION OF CLINICAL PHARMACOGENETIC TEST INTERPRETATION.
University of Montana
   

Jacqueline Gerhart, MS
PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED PHARMACOKINETIC (PBPK) MODELING OF FLUCONAZOLE USING PLASMA AND CEREBROSPINAL FLUID (CSF) SAMPLES COLLECTED FROM PRETERM AND TERM INFANTS.
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
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Sophie Gravel, BSc
EFFECTS OF TYPE 2 DIABETES ON DUODENAL CYP450 ACTIVITIES.
University of Montreal – CRCHUM
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Ming-Fen Ho, PhD
KETAMINE AND KETAMINE METABOLITES AS NOVEL ESTROGEN RECEPTOR LIGANDS: INDUCTION OF CYP2A6, CYP2B6 AND AMPA RECEPTOR —GENOMIC LINKS TO SEX-DIFFERENCES IN KETAMINE RESPONSE.
Mayo Clinic
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Sarah Kim, PhD
APPLICATION OF A SYSTEMS PHARMACOLOGY APPROACH FOR A DETAILED INVESTIGATION OF AN ADVERSE DRUG REACTION DUE TO DISTINCT MECHANISMS OF IMMUNE CHECKPOINT INHIBITORS.
University of Florida
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Dea Kojovic, MS
ELEVATED SFLT-1 IN PRE-ECLAMPSIA IS ASSOCIATED WITH A DOWNREGULATION OF TRANSPORTERS IN HUMAN PLACENTA.
University of Toronto
   

Alix Leblanc, PhD
TARGETING OATP1B2 TO AMELIORATE PACLITAXEL-INDUCED CHRONIC PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY.
The Ohio State University
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Stephanie Nicole Liu, PharmD
PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED PHARMACOKINETIC MODEL INCORPORATING EXTRAHEPATIC GLUCURONIDATION PREDICTS INTEGRASE INHIBITOR PHARMACOKINETICS.
Indiana University School of Medicine
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Michael Martin, PharmD, PhD
TRANSLATIONAL MODEL OF PYRAZINAMIDE SITE-OF-ACTION PHARMACOKINETIC DISTRIBUTION IN A RABBIT MODEL OF TUBERCULOSIS AND IN TB PATIENTS.
University of California, San Francisco
   

Rina Nishii, MS
PRECLINICAL EVALUATION OF NUDT15 GENOTYPE-GUIDED THIOPURINE DOSE INDIVIDUALIZATION USING CRISPR-CAS9 MOUSE MODEL.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
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Jagdeep T. Podichetty, PhD
IMPLEMENTING DATA MINING AND MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES TO DRUG DEVELOPMENT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA.
Indiana University School of Medicine
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Sonal Singh, PhD
TARGETED SEQUENCING IDENTIFIES MISSENSE VARIANT IN THE BEST3 GENE ASSOCIATED WITH ANTIHYPERTENSIVE RESPONSE TO THIAZIDE (TZ) DIURETICS.
University of Florida
   

D. Max Smith, PharmD
OUTPATIENT CYP2D6 GENOTYPE-SUPPORTED OPIOID THERAPY: A PROSPECTIVE TRIAL.
University of Florida
   

Ming-Liang Tan, PhD
PHYSIOLOGICALLY BASED PHARMACOKINETIC MODELING OF THE EFFECT OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE ON THE PHARMACOKINETICS OF NONRENALLY ELIMINATED DRUGS.
US Food and Drug Administration
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Tanaya Vaidya, MS
SYSTEMS PHARMACOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF A TUMOR PRIMING COMBINATION THERAPY TO OVERCOME HER2 AND MTOR THERAPIES RESISTANCE IN BREAST CANCER.
University of Florida
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Ye Xiong, PhD
IMPROVED PREDICTION OF INFLIXIMAB CLEARANCE USING ERYTHROCYTE SEDIMENTATION RATE AND ANTI-INFLIXIMAB ANTIBODY LEVELS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
   

Ling Zou, PhD
INTERACTIONS OF AZO DYES COMMONLY USED IN ORAL DRUG PRODUCTS WITH THE ORGANIC ANION TRANSPORTING PEPTIDE 2B1 (OATP2B1) AND HUMAN GUT BACTERIA.
University of California, San Francisco
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