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ASCPT News, February 28, 2019

Published on 2/28/2019 5:00:00 AM


There’s Still Time to Register for the 2019 Annual Meeting
There’s still time to register and plan your participation in the 2019 Annual Meeting’s cutting-edge scientific sessions and special events. 

Don’t forget to register for the Annual Meeting online and plan your participation in this year’s Symposia, Workshops, Roundtable, Science at Sunrise, and Novel Format sessions, and other exciting sessions and events planned:

Wednesday, March 13
  • Join us for the first networking event of the 2019 Annual Meeting, the Opening Reception, sponsored by Certara. View Presidential Trainee, Late-Breaking, Encore, and Oral Abstract Posters, as well as view the presentation of the Presidential Trainee Awards, attend two poster walks, speak with exhibitors, and network with old and new colleagues. Toast and congratulate Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Editor-in-Chief, Scott A. Waldman, MD, PhD, in his leadership of our flagship journal. 
Thursday, March 14
  • Join us at the Opening Session for the State of the Society address by ASCPT President Dan Hartman, MD, and presentation of the 2019 ASCPT Awards. The first State of the Art session, presented by Penny Heaton, MD, Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute, will begin promptly thereafter. 
  • The President’s Networking reception, where you can view more posters, participate in two more poster walks, and experience more networking opportunities 
Friday, March 15
  • The Innovation Forum
  • Two State of the Art presentations by James (Jay) Bradner, MD, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Sciences, and Robert S. Langer, ScD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
  • The Future of Clinical Pharmacology: An Engaging Conversation with ASCPT Presidents 
Saturday, March 16
  • The Patient Forum
  • The science continues until 2:30 PM and will include four Oral Abstract sessions
ASCPT is also pleased to announce that the Annual Meeting mobile app will officially be available next week. Watch for the Special ASCPT News announcing the launch of the app and download it before arriving on site! As a reminder, ASCPT will be providing a small, foldable schedule at a glance document on site at the Annual Meeting that will contain dates, times, session type, session title, and room locations. All other details about the Annual Meeting will be provided in the mobile app. 

Quantitative Pharmacology Impact & Influence Initiative
The ASCPT Quantitative Pharmacology Network invites members to contribute to new case studies for the Influence and Impact Initiative that broadly highlight the impact of quantitative pharmacology in discovery and development strategy making, as well as in regulatory and post-marketing decision making.

The aim of this initiative is to build upon the first version of the crowd-sourced compendium repository with new state-of-the-art quantitative pharmacology applications to increase awareness, advocacy for, and education in applied quantitative pharmacology sciences. In addition, the initiative aims to detect advances and new trends in the field. If you would like to contribute, please submit your interest by March 7, 2019, by sending an email with the title for your case study to Aline Barth, PhD, or Akshanth Polepally, PhD

For more information on this initiative and the Quantitative Pharmacology Network, please visit https://www.ascpt.org/Member-Services/Networks-and-Communities/Quantitative-Pharmacology

New From the ASCPT Journal Family
Translational Bytes takes a look at diversity in pharmacogenomics and all ASCPT Journal Family authors are reminded to register for an ORCiD. 

Diversity in Pharmacogenomics
Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Clinical and Translational Science, Deanna L. Koretz, PhD, looks at how differences in race and sex can effect our understanding of diseases and treatments, especially when considering genomic studies and minority populations. The Translational Bytes post, ACCOuNT-ing for African Americans in Pharmacogenomics, is a must-read!

What’s Your ORCiD?
Use the unique identification number ORCID to connect with your publications. Publishers and editors across scientific disciplines encourage authors to use this ID to distinguish researchers from one another, and link them to professional activities. The great news is the ASCPT Journals already collect ORCIDs, so just input your number when you next submit and begin tracking your articles! Questions? Contact Emma Shumeyko at emma@ascpt.org

2019 Sternfels Prize for Drug Discoveries Recipient Announced 
Please join us in congratulating Amber Beitelshees, PharmD, MPH, the 2019 winner of the Sternfels Prize for Drug Safety Discoveries!

Dr. Beitelshees won the Prize for her proposal: Experimental Medicine Approach to Optimize Diabetes Treatments. Dr. Beitelshees is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Nutrition at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. 

Additional information about the Sternfels Prize for Drug Safety Discoveries can be found here

Annual Meeting Career Center – Get Your Job Openings In Front of more than 1, 200 Qualified Candidates
Special job posting offerings are available now at the ASCPT 2019 Annual Meeting Career Center with advanced discounted rates available through today, Thursday, February 28th!

Log in to your Employer Account and select the Products & Pricing option of your choice or email vivien@ascpt.org for more information or to place your order directly.

Here are some of the most recently posted positions:
Assistant or Associate Professor
Scientist/Sr. Scientist, Cancer Immunology
Associate Director, Clinical Pharmacology 
Clinical Pharmacology & Pharmacometrics – Sr. Scientist/Sci II

ASCPT Welcomes the following New Members to the Society: 

Marco Albrecht, MSc
Maud Beneton, PhD
Biju Benjamin, PhD
Ruben Bonilla Guerrero, MD
John Caminis, MD
Carlton Christian
Christina Copland, MPH, PhD
Joseph Covey, PhD
Nimita Dave
Siamak Mahmoudian Dehkordi, PhD
Ahmed Elmokadem, PhD
Ahmed Elsheikh, PharmD
Fome Ewoterai, MBA
Kaitlin Garofano
Gabriel Helmlinger
Praneeth Jarugula, PharmD
Sarah Jaw-Tsai, PhD
Hideo Kudo
Anshu Marathe, PhD
Stephen Novak, MA, MS
Ken Ogasawara, MPH, PhD
Renato Pinto, PharmD
Janeen Rosales, MS
Lisa Ross, MS
Takahiro Saito, PhD
Daisuke Sato
Benjamin Schneider, MS
Jayakumar Sethuraman, PhD
Masahiro Tatsuno
Kaori Toyomura, PhD
Jeff Trickett
Takashi Ueno
Camille Vong, DSc
Derek Yang, BS
Oliver Yu, MBA

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