• ISTCP Division Year in Review 2013-2014

    The year leading up to EB 2014 was an exciting one for the ISTCP division. As part of an effort to enhance recruitment and retention efforts, the division established a trainee focused task force led by...

    Pharmacogenomics of Human Drug Transporters Clinical Impacts
    Edited by Toshihisa Ishikawa, Richard B. Kim, and Jörg König. Click here to download a flyer with more information about the book. Dr. Kim is a member of ASPET.   
    2014 ISTCP Best Abstract Award Winners

    The 2014 ISTCP best abstract award winners are... 

    2014 ISTCP Division Election Results
    2014 ISTCP Division Election Results Dr. Pamela J. Hornby, senior scientific director and research fellow at Janssen R&D, has been elected chair elect of the division. Dr. Benedict T. Green, research pharmacologist at USDA ARS, has been elected secretary treasurer. Pam Hornby  Ben Green 
    Division Program Committee Liaision for 2013 – 2014: Jeffrey Paul
    From July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014, Jeffrey Paul, Ph.D., Executive Director of Global Clinical Pharmacology and Exploratory Development at Astellas, will serve as the Program Committee liaison for the Integrative Systems, Translational and Clinical Pharmacology Division. Jeffrey Paul 

    2013 ISTCP Award Winners
    Best Abstract awards for postdoctorals and graduate students.

    UCSF-FDA TransPortal Data Index

    Visit the UCSF-FDA TransPortal Data Index website. This site provides information on  transporter expression, localization, substrates, inhibitors, and drug-drug interactions.



    Click here for a letter from ISTCP Secretary/Treasurer Jeffrey Paul detailing updated information about the Best Abstract Awards for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

    NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: ASPET Graduate & Postdoctoral Award for Integrative Research in Pharmacology

    Objective: The major goal of the ASPET Graduate & Postdoctoral Award for Integrative Research in Pharmacology (ASPET-IRP Award) is to provide support for graduate and postdoctoral trainees who are involved in active research projects that involve in vivo pharmacology or are focused on organ systems as an integral part of their research efforts.

    ISTCP Photos from EB 2012

    Posters, award winners and more.

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    The Division for ISTCP was created in 2009, resulting from the merger of the Division for Systems and Integrative Pharmacology and the Division for Clinical Pharmacology, Pharmacogenomics and Translational Medicine. The new ISTCP Division was formed to reinvigorate CPPTM and retain their membership, provide DSIP members with expanded and clearer career options, and provide a logical confluence of the expertise and contemporary interdivisional connectivity that exists in the real world between the pharmacological understandings of integrative systems, translational and clinical research.

    Dennis Marshall (Past Chair)