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2016 Renewal Season is Underway!
Don't let your membership lapse. Renew by Dec. 31, 2015.  Log in to your member account and click "renew membership" to renew online today!

Biologics Webinar
To access the slides from the recent ASCPT Biologics webinar and/or to view the recording please visit the Biologics Page. Please note you must be logged in as a member to access this content.

2016 Scientific Award Recipients Announced
We are pleased to announce the 2016 ASCPT Scientific Award recipients. Please join us in congratulating these deserving individuals who have made significant contributions to the fields of clinical pharmacology and translational medicine. Click here to see the winners.

Support the Next Generation of Leaders
​Become an ASCPT Mentor and help enrich the professional development of a student/trainee click here for more information and to become a mentor today!

PGRN Blog Post
Read the newest contribution to the ASCPT Blog by chairs Mary Relling, Dan Roden, and Rochelle Long about the Pharmacogenomics Research Conference at ASCPT 2016 —Wednesday, March 9 at 8 am.

ASCPT Career Center

Post your positions on the ASCPT Career Center today.  There are special rates just for members!

ASCPT Strategic Plan
ASCPT: Transforming Translationthe 2015-2020 Strategic Plan is now available online.  Read this important document to see where ASCPT will be heading over the next five years. 

Question of the Month
The ASCPT 2016 Annual Meeting will offer two Pre-Conferences: Quantitative Translational Approaches in Oncology and Challenges in Global Drug Development. If you register today, you'll receive a $200 discount when you register for the Annual Meeting and book at the host hotel, the Hilton Bayfront. Do you plan to take advantage of this opportunity?

December Member of the Month

Kelly E Dooley, MD, PhD, is the December Member of the Month.

Read Kelly's full profile

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Annual Meeting

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

    ASCPT 2016 Annual Meeting Preliminary Program Now Available
    Review the scientific program to see why you won’t want to miss this premier meeting.


    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.

    • ASCPT-Asia Pacific Symposium: Racial/Ethnic Differences in Drug Response.
    • Career Bootcamp.​
    Wednesday Special Session on Pharmacogenomics
    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.

    ASCPT Journal Family

    Clinical and Translational Science (CTS)

    ASCPT has recently acquired the journal Clinical and Translational Science (CTS) and will officially begin publishing CTS under the Society's banner as of January 1,  2016.For more information view our CTS website!

    CTS Editor-in-Chief Named
    ​ASCPT is pleased to announce that John A. Wagner, MD, PhD, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of CTS.
    Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics
    Men's Health

    December issue of CPT is now available online through our publishing partner, Wiley.

    *you must be signed in as a member to access 

    Read the newest papers published in CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology, now available online through our publishing partner, Wiley.
    New content available daily.

    New themed issue
    PSP is pleased to announce that it now offers an online virtual issue devoted to Pediatrics. For information about this and other virtual themed issues click here.  

    Journal Submissions
     Find the journal submission and review sites at and The CTSsubmission site is now open at

    CPT and PSP Mobile Apps now available!
    Visit the Apple store today to download the CPT and PSP journal apps, and have access to cutting-edge research wherever you go. Members take note: you will be required to enter your login and password used to access the ASCPT website to view content within the CPT app. 


    CPT:PSP is pleased to offer our own podcast, PSPod. Listen to the the newest episode features Lutz Harnisch from Clinical Pharmcology Pharmacometrics at Pfizer, discussing the Drug Disease Model resources (DDMoRe) consortium.          


    In the newest CPT podcast, Michelle Roth-Cline, Pediatric Ethicist in the Office of Pediatric Therapeutics at the FDA  discussing her Commentary "Microdosing Studies in Children: A US Regulatory Perspective" which published in the September issue of CPTListen to the podcast.

    Themed CPT Issues
    We are now considering submissions for the following CPT issues: Therapeutic Optimization, (Epi)genetics, and Microbome. Contact the editorial office at for deadlines. 

    Sign up to be a Reviewer
    Serving as a reviewer for CPTCPT:PSP, or our newest journal, Clinical and Translational Science, is a great way to get involved!  If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for either journal, complete the Volunteer Form.
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