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ASCPT News March 21, 2019

Published on 3/21/2019 5:00:00 AM


Provide Your Feedback on the Annual Meeting and Watch for ASCPT Replay 
ASCPT is looking for feedback from members who joined us for the Annual Meeting and will soon make the ASCPT Replay package from the Meeting available to our registered attendees.

Your Feedback is Important to Us
The 2019 Annual Meeting survey is now available, and the Society asks all members who attended the meeting to complete this brief survey to provide important feedback that will be used to improve further meetings. The survey will be available until Thursday, April 18, 2019. Click here to complete the survey now. 

ASCPT Replay: Annual Meeting On-Demand Will be Available Soon!
Revisit some of the best science presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting by watching professional recordings of select sessions through ASCPT Replay: Annual Meeting On-Demand. ASCPT Replay will be available soon and will be provided complimentary to all 2019 Annual Meeting attendees. Watch for access details to be provided by email in early April. 

If you did not attend this year’s conference, click here for details on ASCPT Replay, or contact meetings@ascpt.org for information. 

Members-Only Webinar Announced
Join the Early Development & Drug Safety and Systems Pharmacology Communities as they proudly present a new ASCPT members-only webinar, Application of Quantitative Systems Toxicology in Drug Cardiovascular Safety Assessment, taking place at 12:00 PM EDT, Tuesday, April 16, 2019. 

This webinar will describe the development of Quantitative Systems Toxicology & Safety (QSTS) as an approach to integrate relevant input data using bottom-up, top-down and middle-out approaches. This will be exemplified through case studies involving cardiovascular safety/toxicity and conclude with a look at future challenges and opportunities. In this presentation, we will go beyond the well-documented drug-induced arrhythmia computational models such as the comprehensive in vitro proarrhythmia assay (CiPA) to address other potential cardiovascular safety risks. Register today!

For more information on this webinar and ASCPT’s webinar program, please visit https://www.ascpt.org/Member-Services/Member-Tools/Webinar-Resources.  

New Blog Posts from CTS and PSP
Translational Bytes takes a look at building bridges in translational medicine and PSPost explores machine learning in model-informed drug development.

ASCPT Journal Family Looks at From Molecule to Patient Theme
In the spirit of maintaining the shared vision of ASCPT’s Journal Family around issues relevant to the future of the field, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology, and Clinical and Translational Science have all devoted a portion of a recently published issue to align with the theme of the 2019 ASCPT Annual Meeting: From Molecule to Patient. 

In a new post on Translational Bytes, CTS Associate Editor Naoto Uemura, MD, PhD, dives into the theme and explores how translational bridges are being built. Read the blog post From Molecule to Patient: Building Translational Bridges Not Walls.

Is Machine Learning the Future of Modeling?
Machine learning and deep learning algorithms are increasingly being used in biological and health sciences to build predictions and to find associations between predictive features and outcomes. PSP Associate Editor Jonathan French, ScD, examines how machine and deep learning could be incorporated into model-informed drug development in his PSPost, Can Machine Learning Improve Traditional Modeling Approaches in Clinical Pharmacology? Read it today!

Career Center
Updates on the ASCPT Career Center Job Seekers menu help you save time. Time is valuable, especially when it comes to your career. 

New Job Seekers menu updates help you save time during your next job search. Utilizing the newly implemented browse-by functionality, you can now quickly and easily search for a position that is relevant to you and meets your specific criteria, with just one click.

You will also find our new Company Directory which allows you to browse a variety of company profiles alphabetically. There, you will find a list of company profiles, A-to-Z, where you can learn more about the company and see which jobs they are hiring for at that time. 

Utilize these new features to save time while searching for open positions that apply to you!

ASCPT Welcomes the following New Members to the Society: 
Rakan Alanazi, PharmD
Daren Austin, PhD
Jesse P. DeLuca, DO
Kehinde Elisha, MSc
Michael Forstner, MPH, PhD
Amit Garg, PhD
Varun Goel, PhD
Kunal Jhunjhunwala, MS
Ying Fei Li, PhD
Leiliane Marcatto, MSc
John Pottier, BS
Matthew Rieser, PhD
Haiying Sun, PhD
Spiros Vamvakas, MD
Ruud Verstegen, MD, PhD
Ruben Visintini, MS
Weirong Wang, PhD
Lei Wang, PhD
Wayne A. Yates, MBA

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