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Sunday, April 21
/uploadedImages/Awards_and_Fellowships/ASPET_Awards/Pasternak (Axelrod)_cropped.jpgJULIUS AXELROD AWARD LECTURE
Boston Convention Center, Room 107AB
2:00 PM – 2:50 PM
Gavril W. Pasternak, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
No pain, big gain: Truncated mu opioid receptor splice variants as drug targets
Introduction: Kim Neve, VA Med. Ctr.


Monday, April 22
ChristopoulosJOHN J. ABEL AWARD LECTURE
Boston Convention Center, Room 107C
8:30 AM – 9:20 AM
Arthur Christopoulos, Monash Univ.
Reciprocal relationships: The yin and yang of GPCR allostery
Introduction: Stephen Lanier, Med. Univ. of South Carolina

 

CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS AWARD RECIPIENT LECTURES
Boston Convention Center, Room 109B
1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Chair: Fiona Parkinson, CSPT

     Senior Investigator Award Recipient
     Rachel Tyndale, Univ. of Toronto, Toronto

     Piafsky Young Investigator Award Recipient
     Bernard Le Foll, Univ. of Toronto, Toronto

     Distinguished Service and Education Award
     Jean Gray, Halifax, Nova Scotia

IsoherranenDRUG METABOLISM DIVISION EARLY CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD LECTURE
Boston Convention Center, Room 108
2:00 PM – 2:50 PM
Nina Isoherranen, Univ. of Washington
The biochemistry and clinical significance of CYP26 enzymes in regulating retinoic acid homeostasis
Introduction: Ken Thummel, Univ. of Washington


Tuesday, April 23
Benedict LucchesiBENEDICT R. LUCCHESI DISTINGUISHED AWARD LECTURE IN CARDIAC PHARMACOLOGY
Boston Convention Center, Room 107AB
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Note: There has been a change in speakers.
Benedict R. Lucchesi, University of Michigan
Reperfusion injury: Can it be prevented?
Introduction: Nancy Rusch, Univ. of Arkansas for Med. Sci.


Wednesday, April 24
David_ClaphamNORMAN WEINER LECTURE
Boston Convention Center, Room 107C
8:30 AM – 9:20 AM
David E. Clapham, Boston Children’s Hospital, HHMI, Harvard Med. Sch.
Novel ion channels and their regulation
Introduction: Michael Wood, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals

 

/uploadedImages/Meeting/Annual_Meeting/Lefkowitz_Bob.gifSIR JAMES BLACK LECTURE
Boston Convention Center, Room 157
2:00 PM – 2:50 PM
Robert J. Lefkowitz, Duke Univ. Med. Ctr.
Molecular mechanisms of biased agonism at 7 transmembrane receptors
Introduction: Humphrey Rang, British Pharmacological Society

 

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