Moderators Drs. Murugesh Kandasamy and Mayur Ladumor are joined by webinar presenters Drs. Aernout van Haarst and Sabina Paglialunga as they continue answering questions from their ASCPT Journal Family webinar “Alternatives for Rifampin as a CYP3A Inducer in DDI Studies in View of N-Nitrosamine Impurity Issues.” The webinar is available open access on the ASCPT website, so if you haven’t had a chance to watch it, you can do so. You can also read Drs. van Haarst’s and Paglialunga’s paper, which published in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, here.
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (CPT) has launched a Call for Papers for its January 2024 themed issue titled “The Application of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics.” Join host Alaina Webster as she welcomes CPT’s Editor-in-Chief Dr. Piet van der Graaf, Associate Editor Dr. Amita Joshi, and Guest Editor Dr. Qi Liu to discuss types of submissions they’d most like to see as well as why submitting to a themed issue could be a great visibility booster for your paper!
Join Editor-in-Chief Dr. John Wagner and Associate Editor Dr. Paulien Ravenstijn as they discuss the FIRST EVER Call for Papers from Clinical and Translational Science (CTS). This special collection focusing on Real-World Evidence and Real-World Data, which will be a rolling collection, will initially publish in the second half of 2023, and the CTS editorial team will be considering submissions for the issue through early September of 2023. This Call was developed around the ASCPT 2023 Annual Meeting Pre-Conference “Advancing the Utilization of Real-World Data (RWD) and Real-World Evidence (RWE) in Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Research,” so if you have questions about the suitability of the topic for inclusion in the issue, please feel free to contact Paulien or pre-conference co-Chairs Dr. Karen Rowland Yeo and Dr. Jing Liu.
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics recently published its second themed issue of 2023 – Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion: Translating Clinical Pharmacology for ALL. Join Editor-in-Chief Dr. Piet van der Graaf, Deputy Editor-in-Chief Dr. Kathy Giacomini, Associate Editor Dr. Karthik Venkatakrishnan, and Editor-in-Training Dr. Karen Brown as they discuss where diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) currently stands within clinical pharmacology, ideas and tools for moving it forward, and what they hope DEI will mean for future research, patients, and researchers.
If you’re interested in submitting your research for any upcoming themed issues in ASCPT’s Journal Family, you can find Calls for Papers and more information here.
Expanding on a previous podcast discussing research published in Clinical and Translational Science, Drs. Pearl McElfish and Ramey Moore join moderator Dr. Erica Woodahl to delve into vaccine hesitancy and people classified as “hesitant adopters,” individuals who were wary of the COVID-19 vaccine but did, ultimately, receive at least one dose of the vaccine. Pearl, Ramey, and Erica consider how sources of information, trust in news organizations and the government, and factors such as age, race, and ethnicity are interwoven into people’s personal decisions about whether or not to receive a COVID vaccine.