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Graduate Education/Training in Experimental Pharmacotherapeutics Summit 

Following the release of the 2006-2007 Educating Clinical Scientists Task Force report (AJPE, 2007;71 Supplement:S05) a number of colleges and schools of pharmacy have begun new or have modified existing graduate programs to educate and train clinical/translational scientists. Others have joined with their Academic Health Center’s clinical scientist educational efforts funded by an institutional Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA).

To assist those college and schools of pharmacy that are planning such programs, a number of pharmacy academicians agreed it was time to convene a summit to discuss the present and future development of graduate programs in experimental pharmacotherapeutics and related clinical/translational sciences.

The Graduate Education/Training in Experimental Pharmacotherapeutics Summit was held Nov. 8, 2009 at the University of Southern California.

 

Summit Materials

 

General Materials

Summit Agenda

Summit Roster

Summit Breakout Summaries

Clinical Pharmaceutical Scientist Program Survey Results

Potential Advantages of CTSA Linkages - Dr. Jordan L. Cohen

Faculty Development - Dr. Patrick J. McNamara

Funding for Ph.D. Programs - Dr. Vicki L. Ellingrod

UK Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics Philosophy - Dr. Patrick J. McNamara

Summary of the Results from the Clinical Scientist Summit - Dr. Randall B. Smith

Post-Summit Survey Summary

 

Thesis Abstracts and Titles

University of Florida Thesis Abstracts

Enhanced Cardiac Neurotransmission in Rat Left Ventricle Following Pressure Overload - Dr. Wendell Scott Akers

 

Pharmacy References

Report of the AACP Educating Clinical Scientists Task Force - Dr. Robert A. Blouin

A Model for Supporting and Training Clinical Pharmaceutical Scientist Ph.D. Students - Dr. Michael A. Tortorici

Report of the AACP Educating Clinical Scientists Task Force II - Dr. Barry L. Carter

Clinical Pharmacy Scientist - Dr. Patricia D. Kroboth

The Economics of Drug Development: A Grim Reality and a Role for Clinical Pharmacology - P. Honig

Graduate Education and Research at the University of Pittsburgh (GEAR-UP): A Program to Educate Students about Pharmaceutical Research - Dr. Samuel M. Poloyac

 

Other References

Clinical Research to Clinical Practice — Lost in Translation? - Dr. Claude Lenfant

Training the Next Generation of Biomedical Researchers: Challenges and Opportunities - Dr. Claude Lenfant

Life Cycle of Translational Research for Medical Interventions - Dr. Despina G. Contopoulos-Ioannidis

Central Challenges Facing the National Clinical Research Enterprise - Dr. Nancy S. Sung

The Continuum of Translation Research in Genomic Medicine: How Can We Accelerate the Appropriate Integration of Human Genome Discoveries into Health Care and Disease Prevention? - Dr. Muin J. Khoury

The Meaning of Translational Research and Why It Matters - Dr. Steven H. Woolf

US Biomedical Research: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Sciences - Dr. Elias A. Zerhouni

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