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Title: Drug-Drug Interactions of Gene-Drug Interactions
Date and Time: Mon, Nov 6, 2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Speaker: Stephan Schmidt, PhD – Assistant Professor, University of Florida
Moderator: Kelly Caudle, PharmD, PhD – CPIC Coordinator, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Description: PMG Community Webinar 
FDA recommendations are similar when managing polymorphic CYP-mediated drug-drug interactions (DDIs) and gene-drug interactions (GDIs). However, DDIs may not always reliably predict GDIs. Join this webinar to learn about the study that investigated DDIs and under which circumstances they are used to successfully predict GDIs.

For more information and to access registration please visit the PMG Community Page

To access past webinar recordings and presentation slides visit the ASCPT Webinar library. Note: Members only

Mission
To facilitate ASCPT member engagement in the science and practice of clinical pharmacology beyond the Annual Meeting through the development of a monthly webinar series.   

Responsibilities
The ASCPT Webinar Committee is responsible for reviewing, coordinating, and scheduling of the monthly ASCPT Webinar Series.  Representatives from each of the three ASCPT Networks are included in the Committee and are charged with facilitating the submission of high-quality proposals from their respective Networks.

Proposal Submission
Webinar proposals are received and reviewed on a rolling basis.  Individuals interested in submitting a proposal are encouraged to contact their Network representative (see below), or the Webinar Committee Chair.  Please see the following guidelines to assist in the timely and efficient completion of your webinar proposal.

  1. Please plan to submit your completed proposal at least 6 weeks prior to your planned webinar.  ASCPT webinars are often scheduled months in advance, so please confirm availability with the Committee prior to preparing your proposal. 

  2. Proposals should be one-page or less and contain the following information:

  3. Community Affiliation:
    Webinar Title:
    Speaker Name, Title and Contact Information:
    Moderator Name, Title and Contact Information:
    Proposed Date and Time:
    Scientific Importance/Background:
    Learning Objectives:
    Brief Description of Presentation:


  4. Prior to the presentation of the webinar the speaker is requested to complete and return the ASCPT Duplication Recording and Distribution Form (hyperlink to fillable form) to Lisa Williamson (lisa@ascpt.org).

  5. To familiarize the Speaker(s) and the Moderator(s) with the webinar format and controls, a pre-webinar practice session will need to be scheduled for the week preceding the scheduled webinar.  This date will be scheduled once the finalized webinar proposal is received.  The session is not meant to be a complete run through of the webinar, but is important to prevent technical and logistical problems on the day of the webinar.

Webinar Committee Members

Quantitative Pharmacology Network Representative:
Committee Chair
Ryan S. Funk, PharmD, PhD
University of Kansas Medical Center
Read his full bio here.

Translational & Precision Medicine Network Representatives:

Toni Ajavon-Hartmann, PhD
Bayer AG



Kimberly Burgess, PhD Candidate
Indiana University School of Medicine
  Development, Regulatory & Outcomes Network Representative:

Craig Hendrix, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
   
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