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.
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Monday morning kicked into high gear with a wide variety of sessions to choose from, including one on the way CRISPR-Cas9 has revolutionized the field of pharmacology.
Here's a look at what ASPET has on the agenda for the final day of EB2017.
ASPET's video provides a brief history of pharmacology, how it impacts many other scientific fields and medical discoveries, and where pharmacology is heading in the future.
Sunday’s ASPET poster session was a great hit, with most of the poster presenters regularly engaged in constructive discussions with other attendees visiting their poster.
Decoy approach protects cells by capturing bacterial toxins; could help treat antibiotic-resistant infections.
Understanding how the body processes synthetic cannabinoids could lead to new treatments.
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Congress faces critical budget deadline and another shutdown showdown; Congress shows bipartisan support for research community in wake of proposed cuts; Looking ahead to FY 2018.
ASPET joined hundreds of leading business, science and engineering, medical and health and higher education organizations in urging House and Senate leaders to quickly complete action on the fiscal 2017 spending bills
Trump Administration proposes $1.2 billion cut to NIG grants in 2017 in the midst of 2018 blueprint uproar; Freedom Caucus may obstruct spending package; House Approps. holds hearing on HHS funding; Grant applicants can now cite Preprints
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.
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