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ASCPT News - July 5, 2018

Published on 7/5/2018 6:00:00 AM


Don’t Miss The Chance to Present Your Research at the 2019 Annual Meeting!
ASCPT will begin accepting abstract submissions in late July. Plan now to submit by the September 6, 2018, 4:00 PM EDT deadline.  

The ASCPT Scientific Program Committee will soon be seeking abstract submissions with a focus on the areas of quantitative pharmacology, translational and precision medicine, development, regulatory and outcomes, and other topic areas that relate to the multi-disciplinary nature of the ASCPT Annual Meeting. Selected abstracts will be showcased in Poster Sessions, and are eligible for the Top Poster designation, Presidential Trainee Awards, Poster Walks, and Oral Abstract presentations. Follow ASCPT News and ASCPT social media to stay up-to-date on the submission site launch and deadlines.

By submitting an abstract to the ASCPT 2019 Annual Meeting, you will also have the opportunity to showcase your research at one of the 2019 Pre-Conferences:

  • Advancing QSP Toward Predictive Drug Development: From Targets to Treatments 
  • PBPK Modeling for the Development and Approval of Locally Acting Products

You may indicate your interest in having your abstract considered for one of the Pre-Conferences during the submission process. 

Questions? Contact meetings@ascpt.org

Webinar Resources for ASCPT Members
Interested in presenting your research to ASCPT members or want to learn from other members about their late-breaking scientific findings? ASCPT’s Webinar Resources is your solution!

Visit the ASCPT Webinar Resources page to learn how you can take part in the Members-Only Webinar Series, submit a webinar proposal, access the Webinar Library, or sign up for the next webinar: Role of Clinical Pharmacologist in the Emerging Era of Personalized Medicine, and the Need for Wearing Multiple Hats! taking place at 12:00 PM EDT, Thursday, July 18, 2018. 

Content Is King
From content delivery and commentary to the generation of new content topics, the ASCPT Journal Family understands that great content drives science forward. 

The Tech Behind the Data
Clinical and Translational Science Associate Editor Michael A. Pacanowski, PharmD, MPH, walks readers through why understanding molecular pathologies is vital for optimized treatments, and the importance of data to provide this insight. His post on Translational Bytes, titled The Forecast Is Good for Single Cell Multiparameter Systems, should not be missed! Read it today.

Share Your Knowledge: Submit a Tutorial 
Both CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology and Clinical and Translational Science encourage authors to submit Tutorials, which are educational articles providing a practical, hands-on tutorial on tools, methodologies, and approaches in pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology, and translational medicine. If you have an idea for a potential Tutorial submission that could help the fields, send a presubmission inquiry to Managing Editor Emma Shumeyko at emma@ascpt.org.
A New Way to FOLLOW ASCPT
Announcing a new, easy way to be social with ASCPT.

ASCPT is now on Instagram! Follow us at ascpt_clinpharm. You’ll see pictures of your fellow members, look back at past Annual Meetings, and even hear about new initiatives and deadlines. Care to share photos from your own ASCPT experiences? We’d love to see them -be sure to tag us: @ascpt_clinpharm!

The ASCPT Career Center Connects You to Candidates
Need Help Connecting with Candidates? Think beyond the basic job posting. Here are some helpful recruiting reminders to increase exposure to qualified active and passive job seekers with ASCPT
  • Use a descriptive job title - Job seekers often search by keyword so make sure your job title effectively reflects your open position.
  • Upgrade your listings - Take advantage of the available job posting upgrades to help your job stand out from the rest.
  • Highlight corporate perks - More recently, job seekers are including corporate perks and impressive culture in their search criteria for the perfect job. Make sure job seekers know your competitive advantages over other employers.

Post Your Jobs Now!  Questions or for more information, please contact vivien@ascpt.org.

Here are some of the most recently posted positions:
Associate Scientist, T cell Gene Editing
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow: Translational Mitochondrial Research in Cancer Prognosis, Therapeutics, and Genomics
Associate Scientist, Molecular Mechanisms
Sr. Associate Scientist, Cell & Molecular Biology
Tenure Track Faculty Positions in Immunology or Cancer Research
Assistant/Associate Professor of Microbiology/Immunology

ASCPT Welcomes the following New Members to the Society: 
Harold Bernstein, MD, PhD
Weize Huang, PharmD
Kris Jamsen, PhD
Zachary Taylor, BA, MS


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