Sep23 A Few Good (Wo)men
The diversity of speakers at scientific meetings has come under scrutiny recently. Francis Collins, Director of NIH, said “it is time to end the tradition in science of all-male speaking panels, sometimes wryly referred to as “manels.” Too often, women and members of other groups underrepresente... Read More..
Sep16 Thank You for Your Quality Peer Review!
Happy Peer Review Week! The week of September 16 has been designated as Peer Review Week, now for 5 years running . Peer Review Week is a great opportunity to thank you for your terrific support of the publication process through your peer review effort. Your voluntary contributions are crucial... Read More..
Jun11 Gratitude for Recognition
As the 2018 recipient of the Malle Jurima-Romet Mid-Career Leadership Award, I want to express my gratitude for this recognition and my strong belief in taking the time to nominate your deserving colleagues for the 2019 ASCPT Awards. It is gratifying to be recognized by my peers in the clinical pha... Read More..
May15 The Importance of an ASCPT Award Nomination
Receiving the Henry W. Elliott Distinguished Service Award was an unexpected and rewarding honor. Investing in ASCPT and its core mission is a privilege and recognizing colleagues who have made this investment is an important way to express gratitude from the Society and to show the importance of t... Read More..
May03 Preparation for ASCPT 2019 Annual Meeting “From Molecule to Patient” Underway
Last week, the ASCPT Scientific Program Committee (SPC) kicked off preparations for the 2019 Annual Meeting. I am very much looking forward to chairing this wonderful and diverse group of dedicated and talented ASCPT members together with President Dan Hartman, who showed his commitment by dialing ... Read More..
Apr30 ASCPT Replay- Breaking Down Barriers to Knowledge
I do not watch TV shows or movies more than once. I am an information seeker, love to learn, and have a short attention span. Why would I purchase access to videos from a meeting I attended? When I arrived at the ASCPT 2018 Annual Meeting, I did not expect to purchase ASCPT Replay. Read More..
Feb26 Are you interested in hearing the latest research that could impact the opioid crisis?
Are you wondering how we will develop drugs and appropriately interpret clinical trials in the era of n=1 studies?
Are you interested in learning more about how artificial intelligence, and even social media, might change the way that we practice medicine? Read More..
Jan11 Reverse Mentoring: What It Is and Why It Matters?
Reverse mentoring has been around for decades. In contrast to a “typical” mentoring experience, reverse mentoring is where a leader gains a different perspective of the business from someone in a less senior role and from a different functional area. Read More..
Nov10 Pharmacometrics Skills Competition: MIDD Gran Prix
As a member of the ASCPT Scientific Program Committee, I am pleased to bring a very exciting new initiative, the Pharmacometrics Skills Competition: MIDD Gran Prix, to your attention. This exciting competition is now underway, with the data set now available for formed teams. The Gran Prix competiti... Read More..
Aug24 Change to Abstract Submission for ASCPT 2018
The ASCPT Scientific Program Committee (SPC) is announcing a change in procedures this year that may be important to investigators considering the various Abstract Submission deadlines for the 2018 Annual Meeting. Read More..