Virtual Program

Virtual Program

Limited Virtual Program Offered

Unable to join us in St. Louis from May 18-21? A non-synchronous online program is being offered so you can take advantage of some of the great scientific content being prepared by our speakers.

What’s included in the Virtual Program?

Online Award Lecture Series

These lectures will be presented in real-time, accessible to those who have registered in advance for the annual meeting. Special login credentials will be sent in late April for those who are pre-registered and paid in full. Attendees will have the opportunity to post questions for the awardees during the session. Recordings of these live presentations will be made available to registrants for on-demand viewing from May 15 through June 15.

Wednesday, May 3 | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET

Susan Band Horwitz Award Lecture in Cancer Pharmacology
Susan Band Horwitz Award Lecture in Cancer Pharmacology

J. Silvio Gutkind, PhD, FASPET
University of California, San Diego

Cancer in the New Era of Precision Medicine: Novel Multimodal Targeted and Immunotherapies

Thursday, May 4  | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET

Norman Weiner Lecture
Norman Weiner Lecture

Daniela Salvemini, PhD, FASPET
Saint Louis University Medical School

A Voyage Through the Galaxy of GPCRs Discovers Novel Stars for the Treatment of Neuropathic Pain

Tuesday, May 9  | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm ET

John J. Abel Award in Pharmacology Lecture
John J. Abel Award in Pharmacology Lecture

Carrie R Ferrario, PhD
University of Michigan

Wednesday, May 10  | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm ET

Reynold Spector Award in Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Medicine Lecture
Reynold Spector Award in Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Medicine Lecture

Kathleen M. Giacomini, PhD
University of California, San Francisco

Unlocking the Biological and Pharmacological Roles of Drug Transporters

Recordings of Annual Meeting Sessions

A limited number of sessions being presented at the annual meeting in St. Louis will be recorded and made available after the meeting from May 30 to June 15 for viewing on-demand by registrants.

Below is a tentative list of sessions in which speaker slides and audio will be recorded. It is subject to change and contingent on speaker permissions and competent technical support.

  • Holden Thorp: Understanding Anti-Science: Why Scientists Should Learn History
  • William Kaelin: The VHL Tumor Suppressor Protein: Insights into Oxygen Sensing and Cancer
  • Yasmin Hurd: Translating Addiction: Neurobiological Insights to Risk and Therapeutic Interventions
  • Julius Axelrod Lecture and Symposium: Melatonin Receptors: Molecular Pharmacology and Role in the Modulation of Circadian Disorders
  • Evolution of Psychedelics: Molecules Inspired by 5-HT2 Receptor Biology
  • Cell-Cell Communication in Heart Failure and Therapy
  • Advances in ADME and Toxicity Biomarkers
  • Pharmacology of Opioid/Stimulant Co-abuse: From the Lab to the Clinic
  • ADME of Biological Therapeutics for Drug Discovery and Development
  • Motivation-related Targets for Drug Development
  • Scientific Achievement Award in Drug Discovery and Development Lecture by Thota Ganesh
  • The Null Hypothesis: The Importance of Showcasing Non-Significant Data

Virtual Program Registration Fees

The virtual program is included FREE for everyone registered for the in-person meeting in St. Louis. The fees below are to purchase only the virtual program.

  • $125 ASPET members and non-members
  • $50 graduate student discounted rate
  • $25 undergraduate student discounted rate

Register for the virtual program. If you already registered for the full conference taking place in St. Louis, then you are automatically registered for the virtual program too.

Important Dates



Registration Discounts End



Housing Deadline



Division Town Halls



Online Award Lecture Series



ASPET 2023 Annual Meeting
St. Louis Union Station, MO