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ASCPT News January 31, 2019

Published on 1/31/2019 6:00:00 AM


ASCPT Will Be in Washington, DC, In March – Register and Join Us!
The 120th ASCPT Annual Meeting is a little over a month away! Don’t miss your chance to be there for the expert speakers, cutting-edged topics, and networking; register today.

Registration for the March 13-16, 2019, Annual Meeting is still available, as are limited seats for our two Pre-Conference events. Click here for more details on four days of science and networking in Washington, DC, then secure your registration and housing. 

ASCPT reminds members who have already registered to secure your housing now at the host hotels, the Washington Hilton for our Pre-Conference attendees who need Tuesday night and the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel for all ASCPT conference dates. With the ASCPT room block filling quickly, and in anticipation of the Cherry Blossom Festival limiting hotel availability in the DC area the week of the conference, secure your rooms within the ASCPT blocks using the housing links provided in your registration confirmation email. 

Questions about the 2019 Annual Meeting, Pre-Conferences, and housing can be directed to meetings@ascpt.org

Making the Most of Your ASCPT Membership
Are you making the most of your membership by actively participating with ASCPT’s Networks and Communities

As the primary forum for member exchange and networking, ASCPT’s Network and Community structure promotes interaction among members who share a common scientific field of interest. Be sure that you are affiliated with the Networks and Communities that best fit your expertise to ensure that you receive current information and appropriate announcements, including Networks and Communities events planned at the upcoming ASCPT 2019 Annual Meeting. 

If you would like to be further involved in Network and Community volunteerism, please contact members@ascpt.org.

Translational Science Two Ways
Register for the next Clinical and Translational Science webinar on biomarkers, then check out the latest Translational Bytes blog post. 

Don’t Miss the Upcoming CTS Webinar
Speaker Joseph P. Menetski, PhD, from the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, will present the webinar How to Develop and Qualify Biomarkers: Biomarker Consortium Perspective. Join us on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 12:00 PM EST. The work involved in generating a biomarker that can be used confidently in drug development, regulatory, and therapeutic decisions requires multiple types of scientific expertise and a deep characterization of many parameters associated with the measurement. In the last several years, the biomarker community, including the FDA, has proposed an evidentiary framework to help biomarker developers ask the right questions and collect the appropriate evidence to support confident biomarker use. The Biomarkers Consortium has been a major partner in this process and this webinar will highlight both the framework and examples of successful biomarker development approaches.
Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4440647485342677507 

What’s Next in Translational Science?
Christopher P. Austin, MD, Chief Science Advisor at Clinical and Translational Science takes a look at the next big advancement for translational science in the latest post on Translational Bytes. How can the compartmentalized nature the tremendous amount of data be broken down? Check out The Periodic Table of Translation today

The ASCPT Career Center Has the Flexibility Needed to Fill Your Open Positions
The ASCPT Career Center offers job posters maximum flexibility to find their ideal candidate. 
  • Post your job in front of one of the most qualified groups of candidates in the fields of clinical pharmacology and translational medicine.
  • Promote your jobs directly via the exclusive Job Flash email.
  • Search the anonymous resume database to find qualified candidates.
  • Manage your posted jobs and applicant activity easily on this user-friendly site.
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Here are some of the most recently posted positions:
Head of Strategy and Operations, Inflammation & Immunology
UNC/GSK Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics
Allergy and Immunology
Lecturer 2, Microbiology & Immunology 

ASCPT Welcomes the following New Members to the Society: 
Jae Eun Ahn, PhD
Philip Chang, PhD
Annie Marie Clark, PharmD, PhD
Stephany Contrella, MA
James Forder, BS
Mohammad Jafarnejad, PhD
Samira Jamalian, PhD
Kyungim Kim, PhD
Thomas Klitgaard, MSc
Sree Kurup, PharmD
Craig Leach, MS
Jee Eun Lee, PhD
Cheryl Li, PhD
Zhaoling Meng, PhD
Mark Murphy, DO
Mayank Patel, PhD
Joseph Piscitelli
Darlene Santiago, PhD
Rishikesh Sawant, PhD
Thomas Schmittgen, PhD
Sue Sha, MD
Meera Tugnait, PhD
Faranak Vahidsafa, PharmD
Minji Wei, PhD
Stefano Zamuner, PhD


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