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2014 ASPET Washington Fellows Program: ASPET's
Washington Fellows will learn how public policy decisions made in Washington
help shape and impact science policy. Application deadline: September 1,
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member of ASPET since 1970, Dr. John McNeill, Professor and Dean Emeritus,
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of British Columbia has been
awarded the Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences Lifetime Achievement
Jill M. Siegfried, Ph.D., has been named the next head of the
Department of Pharmacology and Frederick and Alice Stark Endowed Chair at the
University of Minnesota School of Medicine. She will also serve as associate
director for Experimental Therapeutics at the Masonic Cancer
Check out our guide to “Privacy Tips for Facebook,” on our Social Media and Other Electronic Resources page under the 'Social Media Tips and Articles' heading. The intent of this document is to ease your fears about using the popular social medium so that you can connect with ASPET and the online pharmacology community. The document is geared towards social media novices.
We are very excited to announce that an anonymous donor has
agreed to match all donations up to $30,000 for the Goodman and Gilman Award in
Receptor Pharmacology Endowment Fund. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to
grow this fund (making your gift go twice as far) and get to our $60,000 goal much
faster! Learn more about the endowments for ASPET Awards and donate by clicking
on the above link.
Following up on the recent letter from Dr. John Lazo and Dr. Rick Neubig, you can now donate online to the John J. Abel Award, the Julius Axelrod Award, the Goodman and Gilman Award in Receptor Pharmacology, and the Torald Sollmann Award, and by going to the respective awards pages, you can watch the endowments grow. Click on the above link to donate.
The NDD Coalition has an active survey online for their
membership and constituent groups. The NDD Coalition has asked ASPET members to
respond to this important survey which aims to learn how scientists have been
affected by recent budget cuts. Your responses are important as they will help
to inform Members of Congress as they negotiate FY 2014 spending
FASEB has released a new factsheet highlighting the value that federally funded biomedical and biological research provides to the American public as well as the private sector...
The House released its 302(b) allocations for FY 2014. The “302b” refers to the total number of dollars that each appropriations subcommittee can spend on programs under that subcommittee’s jurisdiction. Subcommittees cannot spend above the 302(b) spending limit...
The NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) is requesting comments on ways to avoid duplication, redundancy, and competition with industry activities...
The Chairman of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee, Lamar
Smith (R-TX), introduced the “High Quality Research Act,” that mandates
public certification by the Director of the National Science Foundation
that every NSF grant meets certain requirements...
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