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Focus On Pharmacology: ASPET Virtual Series

ASPET is pleased to present Focus on Pharmacology – a virtual series presenting high quality, innovative science in pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. Sessions focus on important and timely areas of pharmacology and career development and feature live and interactive webinars on Zoom as well as community discussions on ASPETConnect.

Focus on Pharmacology virtual sessions are free for all ASPET members. Not a member yet? Sign up now for your membership now.

To register for a session, join the ASPET Focus on Pharmacology community in ASPETConnect.


Upcoming Sessions

Focus on Pharmacology: Current Advances in Drug Metabolism

Hosted by the ASPET Division for Drug Metabolism and Disposition (DMDD)

Thursday, December 16, 2021, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET

Join us to gain novel knowledge focusing on circadian rhythms for drug metabolism and P450-mediated cannabinoid-drug interactions. This first session in the new Drug Metabolism and Disposition Quarterly Webinar Series intends to stimulate idea exchanges and communication among members interested in drug metabolism and disposition and to promote the careers of young scientists in this field of drug metabolism and disposition. The young scientist speakers in this series will share their most recent research findings and achievements.


Xiaobo Zhong, PhD and Kerry Goralski, PhD


Baojian Wu, PhD - Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine,
Circadian Rhythms in Pharmacokinetics and Diseases

Sumit Bansal, PhD - University of Washington
In vivo Evaluation of CYP-mediated Cannabinoid Drug Interactions in Human


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Focus on Pharmacology: Writing High-Quality Abstracts

Hosted by the ASPET Mentoring Network

Tuesday, November 2, 2021, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET

Dissemination of scholarly work is essential for advancement of science and for personal professional growth. Conferences offer opportunities for sharing new ideas; however, having work accepted for presentation requires a high-quality submission. This requires preparing an abstract that will adequately convey a project’s focus. Abstract writing is a skill.  This webinar will use literature-based recommendations and provide practical tips on abstract writing, guiding scholars to showcase their work through optimally written conference submissions.  This webinar is geared for anyone interested in learning tips on how to write a high-quality abstract.


Karen Szauter, MD - University of Texas Medical Branch

Holly West, DHEd, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA – University of Texas Medical Branch


Prior Sessions

For prior session details and to view session recordings, visit the pages below.

Career Development

Trainee Career Development Series (Hosted by ASPET Mentoring Network)

Educator Resources

Policy & Advocacy


Coronavirus Series

Young Scientist Research Series


Last Updated: November 9, 2021

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