Check out the latest issue of The Pharmacologist. The March 2017 issue features a story on Typhus: War and Deception in 1940’s Poland.
Congratulations to newly elected Council members Dr. Edward T. Morgan, Dr. Margaret E. Gnegy, and Dr. Alan V. Smrcka.
Congratulations to this year’s award winners, who are being recognized for their excellence in the pharmacology field.
The ASPET SURF program will be celebrating our 25th anniversary in 2017. Stay tuned for more information.
Join us in Chicago this spring for the ASPET Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology 2017.
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The Young Scientist Committee is pleased to announce their first ever “Partnering for Success” peer mentoring program for the 2017 ASPET Annual Meeting.
Three new Fellows will be inducted into the Academy during the Annual Meeting of the Division for Pharmacology Education at EB 2017.
Check out the March 2017 issue of The Pharmacologist.
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On March 24, NIH issued a Notice stating that the agency will allow investigators to report preprints and other interim research products in grant applications and RPPRs submitted on or after May 25, 2017.
White House FY 2018 budget outline was released this week with devastating proposed cuts
to the NIH and other agencies. Read ASPET's statement urging Congress to reject the Administration's budget proposal.
Appropriations bills on the move; Renewed interest in closing out FY2017 spending bills; Labor HHS holds hearing on budget priorities.
More Cabinet confirmations; FY17 drumbeat continues; Appropriators consider FY18 spending priorities; POTUS “skinny budget” expected in March.
ASPET has joined 260 patient, medical, scientific, academic, and research organizations in signing a letter to President Trump and Congressional leadership.
Congress still discussing process for completing 2017 spending bills; Senate Appropriations panel finalizes rosters; Trump Cabinet nominees considered by Committees with research funding discusse
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