Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics recently published its second themed issue of 2022 – Therapeutics in Neuroscience. Join Editor-in-Chief Dr. Piet van der Graaf and Associate/Guest Editors Drs. Spiros Vamvakas, Paulien Ravenstijn, and Iris Minichmayr as they delve into reasons for the theme, what papers caught their eyes, and what action items they hope to leave with readers. 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.
ClinPharmPod is our channel from Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics. Join us as we delve into the advances in the nature, action, efficacy, and evaluation of therapeutics in this cross-disciplinary field of experimental and clinical medicine featuring highlighted content from the one of the top journals in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (CPT) has launched a Call for Papers for its September 2022 themed issue on Transporters. Join host Alaina Webster as she welcomes CPT’s Deputy Managing Editor Dr. Kathy Giacomini and Editor-in-Training Dr. Max Smith 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!
ClinPharmPod’s peer review series continues as host Alaina Webster is chats with Dr. Richard Peck about what to avoid when completing a review. They cover what’s too little and what’s too much in a review, the appropriate tone to strike when providing feedback, and the tricky topic that is unconscious bias.
You can access CPT’s Reviewer Instructions and contact the editorial office to volunteer as a reviewer here.
Dr. Erica Woodahl is back as moderator to discuss “Applying an equity lens to pharmacogenetic research and translation to underrepresented populations” with Clinical and Translational Science authors Drs. Tiana Luczak and Jacob Brown. They break down the challenges to conducting pharmacogenetic studies in underrepresented populations, what steps researchers can take to overcome these obstacles, and why equitable studies for underrepresented groups is vital to the future of clinical pharmacology and translational science.
You can access Tiana and Jacob’s fully Open Access paper here.
In the second installment of ClinPharmPod’s six-part peer review series, host Alaina Webster is joined by returning guest Dr. Deanna Kroetz, Professor at the University of California, San Francisco in the Department of Bioengineering Therapeutic Sciences and Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Clinical and Translational Science (CTS). They break down the top three things Deanna looks for when undertaking a peer review as well as the importance of peer review to sound science.
You can access CTS’s Reviewer Instructions here.