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CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology Announces Associate Editors

From: Elise Laffman-Johnson <elise>
Date: Wed, 16 May 2012 13:49:46 -0400

The American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT) =
is
pleased to announce the editorial leadership of the Society's new =
online,
open access journal, CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology =
(CPT:PSP).
In addition to Piet van der Graaf, PhD, PharmD, who will serve as
editor-in-chief of CPT:PSP, the following individuals have been =
appointed as
Associate Editors: Lena Friberg, PhD, Uppsala University; Steve Duffull,
PhD, University of Otago; France Mentré, PhD, Université Paris =
Diderot; Marc
Gastonguay, PhD, Metrum Research Group; Paolo Vicini, PhD, Pfizer Global
Research and Development; Douglas Lauffenburger, PhD, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology; Amin Rostami, PharmD, PhD, University of
Manchester; and Don Mager, PharmD, PhD, University at Buffalo, SUNY.

 

This outstanding group of editors represents and reflects the scientific =
and
demographic diversity of CPT:PSP. Collectively, the editorial =
leadership of
CPT:PSP will be advocates for the journal, responsible for selecting
high-quality content for publication. We congratulate these individuals =
on
their appointments as associate editors and look forward to their
stewardship of the journal.

 

CPT:PSP, which is owned by ASCPT, and is an official journal of ASoP, =
will
be published as an online-only, Open Access journal by Nature Publishing
Group and will provide a unique international forum for scientists in =
the
pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology space.

 

Together, the CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology editorial
leadership, ASCPT, ASoP, and NPG look to further define and shape the =
fields
of pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology as applied to drug =
development.

 

CPT:PSP will officially launch in the Summer of 2012 with the online
submission site opening on May 21 and the first issue expected to =
publish in
the Fall. As an Open Access journal, all CPT:PSP content will be made =
freely
available worldwide immediately upon publication.

 

Additional information on CPT:PSP, including the journal’s Aims and =
Scope,
is available at <http://www.nature.com/psp> www.nature.com/psp.

 


Received on Wed May 16 2012 - 13:49:46 EDT

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