Transcript of podcast by Tabassome Simon on Clinical Pharmacology and FAST-MI

Listen to podcast of Professor Tabassome Simon discussing Clinical Pharmacology and the FAST-MI Registry.

DS     I am in Geneva at the 11th EACPT Congress with Professor Tabassome Simon.  

FAST-MI co-author Ziad Mallat with EACPT Chair-Elect Tabassome Simon & EACPT Secretary Donald Singer

Tabassome, would you comment on the ways in which your expertise as a Clinical Pharmacologist has contributed to the success of the Fast-MI Registry.…

Patrick Mismetti on clinical drug development of new anticoagulants

At the 11th EACPT Congress in Geneva, Professor Patrick Mismetti from St Etienne in France, in a podcast with EACPT Secretary Donald Singer discusses
– training in Clinical Pharmacology
– the contribution of Clinical Pharmacology to research on anticoagulants
– advantages and challenges to the use of new anticoagulant
Listen to the podcast with Patrick Mismetti on clinical drug development of new anticoagulants

Around 600 young and senior pharmacologists and other delegates from 5 continents were in Geneva at the end of August, for the 11th biennial Congress of the European Association for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (EACPT).…

Posts by delegates from the 11th EACPT Congress in Geneva

Around 600 young and senior delegates from 5 continents were in Geneva at

Jet d’eau – Geneva

the end of August, for the 11th biennial Congress of the European Association for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (EACPT). 

See below blogs by international delegates on sessions at the 2013 EACPT Congress in Geneva.

 
Laura Wilkins, University of Warwick, UK

Professor Gunther Hartmann on Oligonucleotide-based Immunotherapy: On the first evening of the 11th EACPT congress in Geneva, Professor Hartmann (Head of the BONFOR research committee at the University of Bonn) introduced congress participants to the world of oligonucleotide-based immunotherapy.…

Highlights of the 2013 EACPT Congress in Geneva

Around 600 young and senior pharmacologists from 5 continents were in

Congress President Pierre Dayer with local organizers Caroline Samer and Marie Besson

Geneva for the 11th biennial Congress of the European Association for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (EACPT). 

Marie Besson with Heather Sheppard and Gaëlle Notzli from MCI

Key developments included – a new journal affiliation with Clinical Therapeutics – the journal team attended

EACPT Chairman Gonzalo Calvo

the Congress and Editor-in-Chief Richard Shader gave a Masterclass on scientific publishing– introduction of a new individual Associate membership category for EACPT – more news on how to join will follow – individual Associate membership will include online access to the official EACPT journal – Clinical Therapeutics.– announcements of future EACPT Congresses for Madrid in 2015, Prague in 2017, and Stockholm in 2019. 

EACPT Awards

Sir Michael Rawlins and

Carlo Patrono– Lifetime achievement awards went to Professor Sir Michael Rawlins and to Professor Carlo Patrono.…

Tabassome Simon discusses Clinical Pharmacology and the FAST-MI Registry

At the 11th EACPT Congress in Geneva, EACPT Vice-Chairman Professor Tabassome Simon from Paris discussed results on inflammatory mediators and outcomes of acute coronary syndromes, based on data from the French FAST-MI Registry.In a podcast discussion with EACPT Secretary Donald Singer, Tabassome Simon discusses– the origins and significance of the FAST-MI French Registry of patients with acute coronary syndromes – the contribution of Clinical Pharmacology to the success of FAST-MI – the strengths of including non-cardiological drugs in FAST-MI– the strengths of bio-banking serological and genetic samples in FAST-MI1.…

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