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Friday, 10 April 2015

Update from Kiel on the EACPT


The EACPT Executive Committee has been meeting in warm and sunny Kiel in
Altstadt - the old centre of Kiel
Northern Germany over the weekend of 10th-11th April, in advance of the 12th biennial Congress of the EACPT, to be held in Madrid from 27th to 30th June 2015.
The final programme was discussed for the 2015 EACPT Congress in Madrid. Over 500 abstracts have been accepted for presentation as e-posters and as 54 oral presentations, eligible for an award for the best talk.
EACPT EC Meeting at University in Kiel
The 12th EACPT Congress in 2015 is an unparalleled educational forum where you will learn about the newest developments, innovative techniques, and advanced practices in topics such as drug discovery, drug development, pharmacology and pharmacotherapy.
The Congress gives you the unique opportunity to network with top ranking specialists in pharmacology and pharmacotherapy, from around the world, and learn from the best. Reviews and commentaries from the Congress will be published in the EACPT Official Journal - Clinical Therapeutics.

The Congress will provide excellent formal and informal networking opportunities, supported after the Congress through the new website of the EACPT, due to be launched within the coming month.
There is to be launch of a new Associate Membership category for the EACPT, included within registration for the Madrid June 2015 Congress. Associate Members will have discounts on registration for EACPT Congresses and Focus Meetings, online access to the official EACPT journal Clinical Therapeutics, and many opportunities to become directly involved in networking with fellow clinical pharmacologists from throughout Europe and further afield.
Nominations were discussed for EACPT Awards to be presented at the 12th EACPT Congress in Madrid. The EACPT Lifetime Award is for significant achievement in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, both for the benefit of science and also for the benefit and health of the specialty, over a whole working life. The EACPT Scientific Award is awarded for the best scientific paper on a topic relevant to clinical pharmacology published by a European clinical pharmacologist in the two years between EACPT congresses. The EPHAR-EACPT award is by the Federation of European Pharmacology Societies (EPHAR) and the EACPT - a joint initiative to award the best work in translational research in pharmacology. There will be 2 awards of 1,000 € each, that will be given in 2015 to young scientists who have published an outstanding research paper in the past two years.
There were reports on interaction with other professional organisations and societies, including the European Medicines Agency, IUPHAR, the International Union of Pharmacology and EPHAR, the European Federation of Pharmacology Societies. Plans with EPHAR, in addition to the above awards, include a joint session on immunopharmacology during the Madrid Congress in June.
Calls were agreed for future EACPT Focus Meetings, with a deadline 31st May 2015 for bids for summer 2016 and summer 2017. The 2017 meeting will be held in Prague as a Satellite Meeting of the 2017 EACPT Prague Congress
Bids were discussed in outline for the 2021 EACPT Congress, for which proposals from the Dutch Society for Clinical Pharmacology and the Hellenic Society of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology have been short-listed. The 2017 EACPT Congress will be held in Prague and the 2019 EACPT Congress in Stockholm.
Register for the EACPT Congress in Madrid – 27th-30th June 2015
Clinical Therapeutics -  Official Journal of the EACPT
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Listen to podcasts from the latest EACPT Congress in Geneva
2013 EACPT Lifetime Award winner Professor Carlo Patrono on platelets, cardiovascular risk & cancer


Podcasts with speakers at the 2013 EACPT Congress in Geneva
- Patrick Mismetti on clinical drug development of new anticoagulants
- Tabassome Simon discusses Clinical Pharmacology and the FAST-MI Registry
- Tabassome Simon discusses the origins and importance of the FAST-MI Registry
- EACPT Congress keynote lecturer Ziad Mallat discusses developing a clinical research career
- EACPT Congress keynote lecturer Ziad Mallat discusses immunotherapy against vascular disease


Comments from delegates on the 2013 EACPT Congress in Geneva
- Swiss Delegates from Zurich and Basel
- Jelena Vukovic from Serbia & Marija Bosilkovska from Geneva
- George Dugbartey and Sorayeh Moradi
- Sarawut Jindarat from Thailand
- Yukari and Ryuichi Ogawa from Tokyo
- Kristina Münch and Barbara Pfistermeister from Germany
- Lada Leyens from Switzerland

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