ASCPT News: May 2021

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ASCPT 2022 Call for Proposals and Award Nominations Are Now Open!
ASCPT has started planning for our next Annual Meeting with the call for proposals and award nominations now underway!

The ASCPT 2022 Annual Meeting Call for Proposals site is open. The deadline to submit is Thursday, June 10, 2021, 4:00 PM ET. Submit your innovative proposal for a Design Your Own Session, Symposia, Workshops/Roundtables, Novel Formats, or Science at Sunrise session to be presented at the ASCPT 2022 Annual Meeting. Full details are available on the ASCPT 2022 Call for Proposals web page.

Questions regarding submission can be sent to meetings@ascpt.org. Remember an ideal submission will:
  • Connect with the theme Disruptive Innovation,
  • Have speakers from diverse backgrounds, and
  • Be formatted for online presentation.

Submit Your ASCPT Award Nomination Today!
ASCPT is now accepting nominations for the Society’s prestigious awards. Nominate a worthy colleague to be recognized during the 2022 Annual Meeting.

These awards are designed to recognize every turning point in the career path from young investigator to seasoned scientist. Full details regarding award criteria are available on the ASCPT Award web page. The deadline for submission is Thursday, July 15, 2021, 4:00 PM ET.

Complete the Volunteer Survey and Submit Your Interest in Being Involved
Are you interested in getting further involved in your Society? This an excellent opportunity for members of all types and career stages to be an important part of ASCPT initiatives.

To express your volunteer interest, please fill out ASCPT’s Annual Call for Volunteers Survey no later than 4:00 PM ET, Thursday, May 20, 2021. ASCPT volunteers must be current members of the Society. 

Please direct additional questions or comments regarding ASCPT volunteerism to members@ascpt.org.

Submit Your Neuroscience Research
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (CPT) has issued a Call for Papers for a themed issue on “Therapeutic Innovations in Neuroscience,” which will publish in April 2022.

This special themed issue in CPT will focus on various facets of the ever-evolving neuroscience discipline such as translational research and clinical studies, as well as prevention and treatment strategies for neurological and psychiatric disorders. Topics in scope include (but are not limited to) innovative designs and endpoints for clinical neuroscience trials, studies leveraging real-world data and/or integrating patient/family perspectives, novel therapeutic strategies, emerging research fields in which neuroscience informs drug development or treatment, and innovative data science approaches. Submissions that focus on rare neurological diseases and/or understudied populations are encouraged. 

Neuroscience not your area of expertise? Be sure to see if your research fits into any of the ASCPT Family of Journal’s other themed issues. CPT is currently seeking submissions for its January 2022 “Real-World Evidence,” themed issued, and CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology is considering submissions for a themed issue on “Quantitative Approaches to Drug Safety,” which will publish in March of 2022.

Register for the 2021 William B. Abrams Lecture to be Held on May 19, 2021
Join ASCPT and the US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday, May 19, 2021, for the 2021 William B. Abrams Award Lecture to be given by Mary Paine, PhD, RPh, Washington State University.

The 2021 William B. Abrams lecture will be on online event. 

Title: Natural Product-Drug Interaction Research: Digging Through the Intricacies to Uncover Mechanisms and Improve Pharmacotherapy 
Date: May 19, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: ADOBE Connect

Additional details are available on www.ascpt.org.

The ASCPT Career Center Can Help Promote Your Organization’s Recruitment Initiatives 
Are you interested in finding new ways to promote your organization’s recruitment initiatives and available positions? The ASCPT Career Center can help.

ASCPT now offers Micro-Recruitment Sessions and Recruitment Partnerships that expand your access to year-round opportunities in addition to the ASCPT Career Center offerings. Together, they will maximize your recruitment dollars and connect you directly with our talented pool of candidates.

If you’d like to learn more about how partnering with ASCPT can help, reach out to lia@ascpt.org.

ASCPT Welcomes the following New Members to the Society: 

Sulaiman Abdelrahman, MA
Bram Agema, PharmD
Moises Alatorre, PhD
Asel Baatyrbek Kyzy, MS
Sunwoo Bae, BS
Hsueh-Yuan Chang, PhD
Suein Choi, BCh
Haithen Chtioui, MD
Susan Cole, BS
Rajat Desikan, PhD
Qian Dong, MS
Chrislyn Du, BS
Shelbie Dunivan, BS
Nicholas Ellinwood, PhD
Shravani Etrouth, PharmD
Mohammed Farhan, BS
Grazyna Fraczkiewicz, MSc
Michael Greff, MD
Emma Hughes, BA
August John, BS
MacKenzie Kooda, BS
Hanna Kunina, MS
Nicole Leibman, MD
Lingjue Li, PhD
Vincent Lowe, BS
Marianna Lucafò, PhD
Solène Marie, PharmD, PhD
Salma Mohamed, MSc
Anna Mueller-Schoell
Kheireddin Mufti, MSc
Maria Jesus Munoz Lopez, MS
Anh Nguyen, PharmD
Damilol Olabode, MA, MS
Gina Pastino, PhD
Madhoosudan Patil, PhD
Niclas Petri, PharmD, PhD
Sneha Rathi, MS
Mohammed Saleh, MSc
Ronald Savage, PhD
Ankita Sharma, MD
Gina Song, PharmD, PhD
Isha Taneja, PhD
Alli Tikkanen, MSc
Jason van Leuven, BS
Marshall Winget, BA
Yunong Yuan, MS
Yueping Zhang, ChB


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