Attend Your Division's Annual Meeting at EB 2015 to hear what your division has been up to in 2014. Get an update on what they are planning for 2015 and discuss symposia proposals for the 2016 Annual Meeting.
Check out the entire line up of our prestigious award lecture series at the ASPET Annual Meeting in Boston.
ASPET is pleased to announce our 2015 Scientific Achievement Award winners. This year's winners will be presented with their award at the ASPET Annual Meeting in Boston.
Our new 2015 Annual Meeting website is now live! Visit the new website for latest information on the meeting program, abstracts, speakers, sponsorship opportunities, and more!
ASPET recognizes Dr. Larry Wienkers from the Division for Drug Metabolism for his contributions to science research.
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Plan your conference experience using the EB 2015 Mobile App and the EB 2015 Itinerary Builder and Abstract Viewer. Visit the ASPET Annual Meeting website to get started.
Whether you have attended conferences in the past, or Experimental Biology (EB) 2015 is your first foray into scientific meetings, most people find large scientific conferences daunting. As a budding scientist, conferences are one of the few opportunities you have to meet other scientists in your field, present your research and build new research collaborations. It is also a chance to interact with representatives from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies who could become your future employer. ASPET’s Mentoring and Career Development committee has developed the following guide to help you be proactive at conferences, expand your network, build professional relationships to develop your career as a scientist.
The 2015 UNYPS Chapter Annual Meeting will be held in Buffalo, NY on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Registrations are now open. Sign up online to attend the meeting by May 18, 2015.
Take a look at what's happening at ASPET. View the current edition of our eNewsletter.
The March 2015 issue (Volume 57, Issue 1) of the The Pharmacologist is now available in a digital flipbook format! Flip through the issue on a laptop, smartphone, or tablet to read your favorite articles. The new issue features an article by Dr. Rebecca Anderson on how Dr. Paul Janssen saved the Chinese Terracotta Warriors in a battle against fungal mold. Also in this issue, browse through profiles of our 2015 scientific award winners, learn about the newly elected officers to the ASPET council and divisions, access the Society's annual meeting program now complete with exact room locations—and for fun—take a word find puzzle on what types of members make up our Society.
Our 2015 Annual Meeting Program at a Glance is now available. Download a PDF copy for symposia information broken out by day, division meetings and activities, activities of interest for students and postdocs, social events, business meetings, and ancillary functions.
The ASPET Council has recently reviewed the ASPET bylaws and proposed several revisions. At the upcoming ASPET Business Meeting scheduled for March 28th, 2015 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Room 107AB, we will be asking the membership in attendance to vote to send the bylaws amendments out to the membership-at-large. Please take this opportunity to review the proposed changes to the Society’s bylaws in advance of the meeting.
The biennial meeting of the National Directors of Graduate Studies in Pharmacology and Physiology (NDOGS) will be held in Cincinnati from July 10-12, 2015. A collaborative effort between ASPET and APS, the meeting has broad participation among colleagues who are working for a common cause and who face similar challenges.
FASEB has released its latest publication in the Breakthroughs in Bioscience series. “The Human Microbiome: Your Own Personal Ecosystem” explores the multitude of microorganisms living in and on humans and how they affect health and disease.
FASEB released its annual report presenting funding recommendations for five of the nation’s research agencies.
ASPET has submitted a written testimony for the NIH FY 2016 budget.
The newly available NIGMS strategic plan outlines many of the goals, objectives, and implementation strategies that NIGMS will pursue over the next 5 years.
Senate and House Budget Committees will start formulating their budget resolutions for FY 2016. The budget resolutions are merely spending blueprints and are not law. However, the budget resolution does establish top line spending limits for all discretionary spending.
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