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In our continuing efforts to highlight the outstanding research conducted by our trainee members, the TCP Division highlighted a number of outstanding posters and talks by our graduate student and postdoctoral members at EB 2015.
The Division for Translational and Clinical Pharmacology (TCP) sponsored a “Meet the Experts Lunch Benchside to Bedside Research” at the annual meeting in Boston. The session, which featured four prominent clinical pharmacologists from academia, industry, and government, was well-attended and gave the attendees insight into a diverse spectrum of viewpoints regarding where clinical and translational pharmacology is heading and how best to prepare ourselves for this transition.
TCP Division members are invited to attend the TCP sponsored 3rd Annual Business and Scientific Meeting of the Global GI Club, being held on Sunday, March 29th from 5 8 PM at the Faneuil Room in the Westin Boston Waterfront
The 2015 Division for Translational and Clinical Pharmacology Annual Meeting will take place on Monday, March 30, from 5:30 to 6:30 PM in Room 107C of the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
The Division for Translational and Clinical Pharmacology is happy to sponsor a number of symposia at the ASPET Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology 2015 meeting in Boston. Please be sure to join us for these TCP sponsored sessions.
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.
Visit the UCSF-FDA TransPortal Data Index website. This site provides information on transporter expression, localization, substrates, inhibitors, and drug-drug interactions.
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The TCP division's mission is to promote basic research translation to clinical utility (Bedside-to-Bench-to-Bedside) that will improve health and drive the discovery of new medicines to cure diseases.
To accomplish this, the division will 1) Organize Translational/Clinical Symposia on topics of relevance to ASPET members, 2) Highlight member’s research accomplishments and promote collaboration between academia, industry, and government, and 3) Provide resources for mentorship of members.
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