-Member Login

Forgot your USERNAME OR PASSWORD?

Job Postings

Let's Stay Connected

Find us on the popular social networks

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Flicker

Committee on Mentoring and Career Development

The mission of the Committee on Mentoring and Career Development is to provide mentoring and career development sessions and services to ASPET members, especially the young scientists.

Charge

  • Organize and execute the Graduate Student/Postdoc Colloquium on career development topics at the annual meeting;
  • Establish and maintain a mentoring program for ASPET’s young scientists;
  • Plan and participate in the Diversity Mentoring Breakfast at the EB meeting;
  • Oversee judging for  the minority graduate student posters at EB for the Dolores Shockley Award;
  • Nominate women and minorities for major ASPET and FASEB awards, and;
  • Plan other career development and mentoring activities at the annual meeting as appropriate.

Composition

Susan L. Ingram, Chair (06/30/2016)
Lawrence P. Carter (06/30/2017)
Martha I. Davila-Garcia (06/30/18)
Margarita L. Dubocovich (06/30/2017)
Helmut Gottlieb (06/30/2016)
Ann T. Hanna-Mitchell (06/30/2016)
David Jewett (06/30/2018)
Dominique Z. Jones (06/30/2016)
Eileen J. Kennedy (06/30/2016)
Dennis Paul (06/30/2018)
Katherine M. Serafine (06/30/2018)
Myron L. Toews (06/30/2016)
Lynn Wecker (06/30/2017)
Girish R. Chopda, Student Representative (06/30/2016)
Ashley N. Guillory, Postdoctoral Representative (06/30/2017)
Uyen B. Chu, Postdoctoral Representative (06/30/2016)
Judith Siuciak, Staff Liaison
Catherine Fry, Staff Liaison

Graduate Student-Postdoctoral Colloquia

2010–Present Time

2010

  • Leadership: Skills, Styles and Self-Awareness—Sue Bausch/Meera Sridharan 

2011

  • Science, Scientist, Advocate: Making the Case for Increased Funding for Biomedical Research—Joey Barnett/Jim Bernstein 

2012

  • Communication—Lisa Schrott 

2013

  • Introducing the Individual Development Plan: A Key to Success—Lynn Wecker/Susan Ingram Osborn 

2014

  • Success Skills for All Careers—Susan L. Ingram 

2015

  • How to Get Started—Ann Hanna-Mitchell Helmut Gottlieb 

2000–2009

2000

  • The savvy postdoctoral fellow: Training, networking and opportunities in the international community—Jerry Buccafusco 

2001

  • New era in academic & industrial partnership in basic & applied research and funding the modern laboratory—Jerry Buccafusco 

2002

  • Taking the next step: Finding a postdoctoral position in today’s diverse workplace—Stephanie Watts 

2003

  • Practical tips for success in graduate pharmacology program and beyond—Richard de la Garza 

2004

  • Preserving and promoting our discipline: A workshop emphasizing pharmacology student participation—Myron Toews/Stephanie Watts 

2005

  • Drug Development at the Edge: What Every Pharmacologist Should Know About Intellectual Property, Licensing, Startups and Venture Capital—Edward Bilsky 

2006

  • Pointers for getting your point across—Edward Bilsky/Myron Toews 

2007

  • PharmaPhair: A career fair—Stephanie Watts 

2008

  • Learning from the Past – Training for the Future—Lynn Crespo/Tarik Smith 

2009

  • Mentoring: It Goes Both Ways—Sarah H. Lindsey 

1990–1999

1990

  • Selected topics in vascular pharmacology—Tom Westfall 

1991

  • Selected topics in growth factor pharmacology—Tom Westfall 

1992

  • Selected topics on ion channels and transporters—Tom Westfall 

1993

  • Selected topics in central neurotoxicity & novel mediators—Tom Westfall 

1996

  • Strategies for obtaining a professional position—Sue Duckles/George Stancel 

1997

  • Pharmacology careers in the 21st century: Traditional and additional options—George Stancel 

1998

  • Scientific communication: Effective mechanisms and ethical obligations—George Stancel 

1999

  • Career opportunities for pharmacologists and other biological scientists in major government agencies—George Stancel/Jerry Buccafusco 

1980–1989

1980

  • Modes of action of cardiac glycosides and cardiotonic agents—T.M. Brody 
  • Animal models of human disease: Assessing the hazards of vapors and gases—M.B. Chenoweth 
  • Hyperlipoproteinemias and hypolipidemic drugs—M. Heimberg 
  • Studying the role of microsomal enzyme systems in drug metabolism—G.J. Mannering 
  • Drug development in the future: Challenges and responses—John J. Burns 

1981

  • Future for investigations of neurohemoral regulation of cell function—Nelson Goldberg 
  • Identification & characterization of receptors using radioligand-binding techniques—Howard Goren 
  • Preparing articles for publication in scientific journals—Eva Killam 
  • Professional opportunities in academic pharmacology: Past, present, and future—F. Shideman 

1983

  • NIH Grants & Fellowship: Everything you wanted to know and were afraid to ask—S. Gardner/C. Carrico 
  • Development of alternative methods in testing strategies—A.M. Goldberg 
  • Drugs modulating the actions of calcium: Present & future prospects—G.B. Weiss 

1984

  • Using bioactivation methods in drug design—K. Agrawal 
  • Recombinant DNA products as drugs: Problems & opportunities—Alan Dinner 
  • NIH grants and fellowships: Everything you wanted to know and were afraid to ask—George Steinberg 
  • Industrial-academic cooperation in drug research: Past, present, and future—Louis Lemberger 

1985

  • Applications of computers in pharmacology and experimental therapeutics—Larry Stark 

1986

  • Concepts in reproductive biology—M.J. Vodicnik 

1987

  • Ethical aspects of biomedical research 

1988

  • Introduction to the application of molecular biological techniques to pharmacology—Palmer Taylor 

1989

  • Selected topics in Immunopharmacology—Tom Westfall 

Hot Links 

EB2017 

Join ASPET 

What is Pharmacology? Video 

PharmTalk Blog