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    The September 2015 issue of The Pharmacologist is now available! Enjoy reading the latest issue in a flipbook format compatible with all your mobile devices.

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Participate in the 2015 Design an ASPET T-Shirt Contest

Tap into your creative side and enter the ASPET T-shirt design contest. The selected design will be debuted at the Annual Meeting. All designs will be judged by a panel of ASPET staff for originality, creativity, and potential commercial success. Submit your design by 5:00 PM EST, December 1, 2015. 

ASPET NewsBrief - Current Issue: September 16, 2015

Take a look at what's happening at ASPET. View the current edition of our eNewsletter.

The Pharmacologist - September 2015 Issue Now Available!

The September 2015 issue (Volume 57, Issue 3) of the The Pharmacologist is now available! The new issue features a story on the sleepy sickness, Oliver Sacks, and the early days of L-Dopa. Also in this issue, take a look at the EB2016 meeting highlights, a review of the 2015 AAMC-CFAS meeting, an update on the first cycle of our BIG IDEAS initiative, and results of the postdoctoral survey suggesting strategies for supporting young scientists.

To download a PDF copy of the September issue, first click on the "share" icon below the flipbook and then choose "download" from the menu options. 

ASPET Members in the News: Dr.Charles Antzelevitch Joins Lankenau Institute for Medical Research as New Executive Director

Main Line Health has named Charles Antzelevitch, PhD, FACC, FAHA, FHRS, executive director of the cardiovascular research program at Lankenau Institute for Medical Research and director of research at Lankenau Heart Institute.

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Congress Passes CR to Fund Government through December 11th

This week the House and Senate passed a continuing resolution (CR) that will fund federal government agencies through December 11th and the President signed the bill into law before midnight, averting a government shutdown.

ASPET Coalition Partner Praises New FDA Science Board Report

The Alliance for a Stronger FDA has issued a statement praising the newly released FDA Science Board Report titled, “Mission Possible: How FDA Can Move at the Speed of Science”, asserting that the report reinforces the need for additional resources.

NIH Announces New Deputy Director

NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins announced this week the selection of Michael S. Lauer, MD, as the new Deputy Director for Extramural Research.

New FASEB Factsheet calls on Congress to Restore NIH Funding

FASEB kicked off an autumn advocacy campaign this month to encourage lawmakers to increase funding for research in the United States.


National Academies Releases Recommendations for a New Regulatory Framework

This week the National Academies released a report that details the expansion of the federal regulatory system and asserts that the current regulatory framework is negatively impacting the effectiveness of the US research investment by allowing administrative requirements to take time away from research.


HHS Posts Contingency Plans as Appropriations Outcome Remains Uncertain

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has posted contingency plans for agency operations in the absence of appropriations.

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