Translational Informatics (TI) Community

The new Translational Informatics Community was formed to spur the development, benchmarking, standardization, and application of quantitative methodologies to advance translational medicine in clinical pharmacology and translational medicine.

ASCPT 2019 Annual Meeting
Translational Informatics and Early Drug Development & Drug Safety Joint Community Meeting
Thursday, March (2:00 pm - 3:00 pm)
Hoover Room
Empowering Translational Science with Real-World Evidence: 2019 Joint Educational Initiatives
Session Description: Procuring real-world evidence is critical to informing our understanding of drug safety and long-term patient outcomes. Simultaneously, development of robust biomarkers is needed to advance precision medicine and personalization. While foundational to both harvesting data and developing knowledge in translational science, informatics methodological considerations might be perceived as being too idiosyncratic or unapproachable for the clinical pharmacologist. In this session, the Early Development & Drug Safety and Translational Informatics Communities provide an overview of our 2019 educational sessions that connect populations to molecules by demystifying foundational quantitative techniques across the translational spectrum. Attendees will interact with speakers from these upcoming sessions.

Translational Informatics Community Hosted Lunch Table
Friday, March 15 (12:00 pm - 1:00 pm)
Washington 2-6
Grab your lunch and join ASCPT Network, Community and Journal leaders for small group, informal networking discussions over the lunch break. Learn more about ASCPT initiatives, the Family of Journals, 2020 planning, how you can become more involved in the Society, and much more!

Matthew Breiteinstein, PhD

Community Chair


Sony Tuteja, PharmD

Community Vice Chair


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