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ASCPT is a multi-disciplinary catalyst for emerging science committed to integrity and diversity. When you make a tax-free donation, you support clinical pharmacology and translational medicine for the safe and effective discovery, development, regulation, and utilization of medicines for improved patient care.
Members receive a complimentary subscription to Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, the leading journal in the field of clinical pharmacology, in addition to the Open Access content of CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology and Clinical and Translational Science. Members also obtain exclusive access to members-only webinars and the Webinar Library.
Members receive substantial discounts on ASCPT Annual Meeting registration rates and have the opportunity to further their connections through ASCPT’s Networks & Communities.
Members are encouraged to submit research and programming ideas to the ASCPT Annual Meeting, the ASCPT Journal Family, and the Webinar Program. Member can nominate themselves or a worthy colleague to serve on the Board of Directors.
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