Check out the latest issue of The Pharmacologist. The March 2016 issue features a story on ivermectin and river blindness.
Congratulations to the 2016 ASPET Scientific Achievement Award Winners. Award presentations will take place on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at the ASPET Annual Meeting during EB2016.
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Dr. Myron L. Toews introduces you to the NIAID Funding News email list in the latest PharmTalk: A Blog for Young Scientists post.
Special edition of The Pharmacologist, Annual Meeting recaps, news from the field, and much more.
We would like to congratulate Dr. Michael Tranter on being the grand prize winner of the $100.00 AMEX gift card for participating in the ASPET 2015-2016 Member-Get-A-Member program.
This symposium was intended as a practical guide for early-career scientists to enhance their writing and analytical skills, with a focus on publishing in ASPET journals.
This special edition of The Pharmacologist highlights feature articles written by ASPET member and science writer Dr. Rebecca Anderson from 2014-2015.
The two official bloggers for the 2016 ASPET Annual Meeting have produced a number of blog posts covering different sessions and events.
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