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  • About the Division

    The Division for Translational and Clinical Pharmacology (TCP) serves to reflect the changing landscape of the field and embrace the diversity of its members. TCP strives to provide career development and trainee mentorship for all pharmacologists attempting to integrate their experimental results and translate them for the benefit of health. Scientists with diverse research interests might be expected to find a home in this highly relevant and dynamic division.

    Have news to share with the TCP Division? Contact our Communications Officer.

    TCP Informational Interview Series 

    Division News

  • TCP Informational Interview Series: Dr. Thomas Beveridge

    Thomas Beveridge., M.Sc. Ph.D., is the Associate Director of Clinical Sciences and Medical Affairs and current interim Medical Director of Urology at Ferring Pharmaceuticals. He also serves as the Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology at Wake Forest School of Medicine.

    Medical Affairs internship experience: Dr. Phillip Saccone

    Dr. Phillip Saccone has recently completed a Medical Affairs internship at Ferring Pharmaceuticals for six months. Please read below for his personal experience regarding this exciting internship opportunity.

    Careers in Translational and Clinical Pharmacology Site Visits
    The TCP Executive Committee invites you to apply for funding for one day site visits to either a Janssen or USDA facility that will enable you to explore diverse post-doctoral and early career scientist opportunities, and be more prepared when you are invited to interview for such positions.
    2016 Translational and Clinical Pharmacology Award Winners
    Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 best presentation competitions at EB2016.
    TCP Informational Interview Series: Scott Waldman, MD, PhD

    Scott Waldman MD, PhD, is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at Thomas Jefferson University. He is trained in Internal Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology and the recipient of the 2016 Mentor Award from the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics.

    TCP Informational Interview Series: James Crowe, MD

    Dr. Crowe received his MD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and conducted five years of post-doctoral training in Dr. Robert Chanock;s laboratory at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). He currently holds the Ann Scott Carell Endowed Chair position and is the acting director of the Vanderbilt Vaccine Center.

    Translational & Clinical Pharmacology Events at EB2016

    View all the events from the Translational & Clinical Pharmacology division at EB2016, including poster presentations, programming, and division networking events.

  • Division Goals


    • To promote the translation of basic research to clinical utility (Bedside-to-Bench-to-Bedside)
    • To foster the improvement of individualized healthcare and drive the discovery of new medicines to treat and cure diseases
    • To provide resources, mentorship and opportunities for junior members (in particular undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and junior faculty)
    • To organize Symposia on topics relevant to the mission of the Division and to the ASPET membership at large
    • To highlight members’ research accomplishments and promote collaboration between academia, industry, and government
    • To foster connections between the Division for Translational and Clinical Pharmacology and other ASPET divisions and FASEB societies