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  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/26/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    This study explores innovative methods to predict body fat content using easily measurable anthropometric variables like age, height, weight and waist circumference instead of relying on the expensive and less accessible dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scanning. This research is crucial as it provides an improved and validated algorithm for predicting absolute body fat, which can enhance clinical practices related to obesity management. Understanding these new predictive methods can directly impact practice, especially considering the critical role that body composition plays in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Efficient and accurate body fat estimation methods are essential for optimizing drug dosing and therapeutic strategies in obese patients, thereby improving treatment outcomes and patient care. Learners that complete this activity will be provided an evidence-based, validated and predictive algorithm as an alternative to DXA scanning to accurately estimate absolute body fat.

    2024 ACCP Virtual Journal Club Webinar: Estimation of Absolute and Relative Body Fat Content Using Noninvasive Surrogates: Can DXA Be Bypassed? - LIVE

    Live Session: Wednesday, June 26th, 2024, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM ET

    On Demand: June 26th, 2024 to June 26th, 2027

    Why is this article important to your practice? 

    This study explores innovative methods to predict body fat content using easily measurable anthropometric variables like age, height, weight and waist circumference instead of relying on the expensive and less accessible dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scanning. This research is crucial as it provides an improved and validated algorithm for predicting absolute body fat, which can enhance clinical practices related to obesity management. Understanding these new predictive methods can directly impact practice, especially considering the critical role that body composition plays in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Efficient and accurate body fat estimation methods are essential for optimizing drug dosing and therapeutic strategies in obese patients, thereby improving treatment outcomes and patient care. Learners that complete this activity will be provided an evidence-based, validated and predictive algorithm as an alternative to DXA scanning to accurately estimate absolute body fat.

    Target Audience:

    Interprofessional team of Physicians, Pharmacists, PhDs, Nurse Practitioners and other health care professionals who use the assessment of body fat content in clinical trials and clinical practice.

    Learning Objectives

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    • Describe at least one limitation to the use of DXA scanning for obesity clinical trials and/or drug development;
    • Identify at least one DXA-determined measurement that was selected as a dependent (outcome) variable in this study;
    • List at least one surrogate variable that was predictive of DXA-determined absolute body fat;
    • Identify which surrogate variable had the greatest impact (i.e., magnitude of change) on DXA-determined total body fat in men and women utilizing standardized regression coefficient data.


    David J. Greenblatt, MD

    Professor

    Tufts Univ School of Medicine

    David J. Greenblatt, M.D.

    Louis Lasagna Endowed Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine.

                 A native of Newton, Massachusetts, Dr. Greenblatt is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Amherst College (1966). He graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1970, then trained in internal medicine at the Montefiore Hospital, New York City (1970-1971), and on the Harvard Medical Service at Boston City Hospital (1971-1972). Following a Fellowship in Clinical Pharmacology at Massachusetts General Hospital, under the mentorship of Dr. Jan Koch-Weser (1972-1974), he stayed on to head their Clinical Pharmacology Unit (1975-1979).

                 Dr. Greenblatt has been on the Faculty of Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) and the Staff of Tufts Medical Center (TMC) since 1979. He is a senior faculty member in the Graduate Program in Pharmacology & Drug Development, and has previously served as Chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at TUSM, Program Director and Associate Program Director of the institution’s Clinical/Translational Research Center, and Chair of the Institutional Review Board. He has received many awards and honors over his career, including the Distinguished Investigator Award from the American College of Clinical Pharmacology, and the Oscar B. Hunter Career Achievement Award from the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics

    There are no relevant financial relationships to disclose.


    Joseph Ma, PharmD

    Professor, Clinical Pharmacy

    Univ of California San Diego, Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences

    Joseph D. Ma, PharmD, FCP is Professor in the Division of Clinical Pharmacy at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Univ of California San Diego.  He is also the faculty director of the Drug Development and Product Management Master’s Program at UC San Diego. He received his pharmacy degree from Univ of California San Francisco and completed a clinical pharmacology fellowship at Bassett Healthcare, Cooperstown, NY.  His research interests are evaluating in vivo drug metabolizing enzyme activity in the context of drug-drug interactions and opioid pharmacokinetic variability.  His current clinical practice is the Doris A. Howell Pain and Palliative Care Service at the Univ of California San Diego Moores Cancer Center. Under a collaborative practice agreement he is able to initiate, stop, and/or adjust therapy for the management of pain and other physical symptoms associated with cancer and/or chemotherapy. 

    There are no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    Defining Your Journey: The Path to Professional Growth & Leadership-LIVE WEBINAR

    2024 ACCP STEP & ESP Webinar: Defining Your Journey: The Path to Professional Growth & Leadership

    Live webinar: June 13, 2024 from 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET 

    On-demand webinar recording: June 13, 2024 to June 13, 2027

    Target Audience:

    Student, Trainees & Early-stage Professionals interested in developing their leadership and professional growth as they transition into full-time careers.  

    Learning Objectives

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    1. Identify key elements of effective leadership styles;

    2. Practice interpersonal skills to achieve effective communication; 

    3. Demonstrate how to inspire others to action to achieve common objectives;  

    4. Employ resources and prioritize time to achieve milestones toward the stated objectives.

    Kacey Anderson

    Director, Clinical Pharmacology

    Terns Pharmaceuticals Inc

    Kacey Anderson, PhD, is Director of Clinical Pharmacology at Terns Pharmaceuticals. Prior to Terns, Dr. Anderson was a Director of Clinical Pharmacology at EQRx International and prior to that she was at Gilead Sciences in clinical pharmacology. Dr. Anderson has worked on programs from early stage (IND filing and development plan) through approval, including being primary author on multiple m2.7.2’s in both US and ex-US submissions in inflammation and oncology disease areas. She has more than eight years of industry experience which includes designing and leading a variety of Phase 1 studies as well as supporting Phase 2 and Phase 3 studies. Dr. Anderson earned her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh and holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from St. Lawrence University. She is a Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP) and has served on numerous committees and initiatives within ACCP. 

    Navin Goyal

    Senior Director and Group Lead

    Janssen Research & Development, LLC

    Navin Goyal is a Senior Director and Therapy Area Lead in the Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics (CPP) Group at Janssen Pharmaceuticals, New Jersey. Dr. Goyal joined ACCP as a student in 2007, has been a Fellow since 2016, currently serves on the Board of Regents and is Treasurer for ACCP. He was the 2021 ACCP Annual Meeting Co-Chair. He has also chaired scientific symposia and presented at previous Annual Meetings.
    Dr. Goyal graduated from the Department of Pharmaceutics in College of Pharmacy at University of Florida, Gainesville. After graduation, he worked in the Clinical Pharmacology, Modeling and Simulation group at GSK. At Janssen, Dr. Goyal is the CPP head of cardiovascular, metabolism, retinal, pulmonary hypertension and neuroscience therapy areas. In this role, he is responsible for applying quantitative clinical pharmacology principles and approaches across all phases of drug development spanning from early clinical studies through registration. He has published his research in clinical pharmacology and pharmacometrics across multiple therapy areas including respiratory, CNS, cardiovascular and infectious diseases. Apart from his day job, Dr. Goyal continues to mentor student interns, post-doctoral fellows and scientists within his group at Janssen and through external collaborations.

    Zaid Temrikar

    Clinical Pharmacologist

    Gilead Sciences

    Zaid Temrikar works as a clinical pharmacologist at Gilead Sciences supporting early and late stage assets within Immunology and Oncology portfolio in Foster City, CA. He completed his PhD from UTHSC in Memphis TN working on PK/PD of anti-infectives. He has held many leadership positions such as part of inaugural ACCP leadership cohort, student president of ISoP and president of AAPS student chapter. He has also been a part of ACCP STEP and ACCP Annual Meeting Program Committee. 

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    Defining Your Journey: The Path to Professional Growth & Leadership-LIVE WEBINAR

    2024 ACCP STEP & ESP Webinar: Defining Your Journey: The Path to Professional Growth & Leadership

    Live webinar: June 13, 2024 from 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET 

    On-demand webinar recording: June 13, 2024 to June 13, 2027

    Target Audience:

    Student, Trainees & Early-stage Professionals interested in developing their leadership and professional growth as they transition into full-time careers.  

    Learning Objectives

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    1. Identify key elements of effective leadership styles;

    2. Practice interpersonal skills to achieve effective communication; 

    3. Demonstrate how to inspire others to action to achieve common objectives;  

    4. Employ resources and prioritize time to achieve milestones toward the stated objectives.

    Kacey Anderson

    Director, Clinical Pharmacology

    Terns Pharmaceuticals Inc

    Kacey Anderson, PhD, is Director of Clinical Pharmacology at Terns Pharmaceuticals. Prior to Terns, Dr. Anderson was a Director of Clinical Pharmacology at EQRx International and prior to that she was at Gilead Sciences in clinical pharmacology. Dr. Anderson has worked on programs from early stage (IND filing and development plan) through approval, including being primary author on multiple m2.7.2’s in both US and ex-US submissions in inflammation and oncology disease areas. She has more than eight years of industry experience which includes designing and leading a variety of Phase 1 studies as well as supporting Phase 2 and Phase 3 studies. Dr. Anderson earned her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh and holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from St. Lawrence University. She is a Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP) and has served on numerous committees and initiatives within ACCP. 

    Navin Goyal

    Senior Director and Group Lead

    Janssen Research & Development, LLC

    Navin Goyal is a Senior Director and Therapy Area Lead in the Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics (CPP) Group at Janssen Pharmaceuticals, New Jersey. Dr. Goyal joined ACCP as a student in 2007, has been a Fellow since 2016, currently serves on the Board of Regents and is Treasurer for ACCP. He was the 2021 ACCP Annual Meeting Co-Chair. He has also chaired scientific symposia and presented at previous Annual Meetings.
    Dr. Goyal graduated from the Department of Pharmaceutics in College of Pharmacy at University of Florida, Gainesville. After graduation, he worked in the Clinical Pharmacology, Modeling and Simulation group at GSK. At Janssen, Dr. Goyal is the CPP head of cardiovascular, metabolism, retinal, pulmonary hypertension and neuroscience therapy areas. In this role, he is responsible for applying quantitative clinical pharmacology principles and approaches across all phases of drug development spanning from early clinical studies through registration. He has published his research in clinical pharmacology and pharmacometrics across multiple therapy areas including respiratory, CNS, cardiovascular and infectious diseases. Apart from his day job, Dr. Goyal continues to mentor student interns, post-doctoral fellows and scientists within his group at Janssen and through external collaborations.

    Zaid Temrikar

    Clinical Pharmacologist

    Gilead Sciences

    Zaid Temrikar works as a clinical pharmacologist at Gilead Sciences supporting early and late stage assets within Immunology and Oncology portfolio in Foster City, CA. He completed his PhD from UTHSC in Memphis TN working on PK/PD of anti-infectives. He has held many leadership positions such as part of inaugural ACCP leadership cohort, student president of ISoP and president of AAPS student chapter. He has also been a part of ACCP STEP and ACCP Annual Meeting Program Committee. 

  • Contains 24 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The American College of Clinical Pharmacology® monthly journal article continuing education offerings from The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.

    Registration and Pricing

    The American College of Clinical Pharmacology® (ACCP) offers a monthly article from the The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (JCP) for continuing education credit. See the CE Info tab for more information on credits. The ACCP JCP Journal CE articles are priced and packaged for January through December of the same calendar year. Packages are available at no cost to ACCP Members and $75/calendar year to Non-members. Once registered, learners have access to all of the Journal CE articles for the calendar year as the articles are released.

    To register, log into your ACCP online profile and then register by clicking the green Register button at the top right. Follow the online prompts to complete the registration process and to receive your registration confirmation. If you do not have an ACCP profile, one must be created before you can register for the Journal CE articles. If you do not know if you have a profile, please contact INFO@ACCP1.org for further information to avoid creating duplicate profiles. Please address all other questions to CE@ACCP1.org.

    Requirements for Credits

    All requirements for claiming CE credits are listed in the CE Info (Handout) tab. Continuing education credits and certificates must be claimed within 30-days of completing the monthly article offering. Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) data is uploaded into the CPE Monitor at the end of each month. The pharmacist's NABP# and MMDD of birth must be updated in their ACCP Profile or emailed to CE@ACCP1.org in order to have CPE credits uploaded to the CPE Monitor.

    CE Expiration 12/31/2027




     

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Edoxaban 60 mg is approved for stroke prevention in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) not fulfilling any dose-reduction criteria. As edoxaban is partially renally cleared (≈50%), it was postulated that edoxaban exposure may be lower in patients with high creatinine clearance (CrCL >100 mL/min); thus, efficacy could hypothetically be lower in this subpopulation. In this webinar, the author will discuss a prospective, randomized, double-blinded study comparing the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, efficacy and safety outcomes of edoxaban 60 mg once daily versus edoxaban 75 mg once daily in patients with CrCL exceeding 100 mL/min. The presentation will also illustrate the utility of population PK modeling to account for variability and estimate steady-state PK values based on the sparse PK concentrations collected in the study.

    2024 ACCP Virtual Journal Club Webinar: Edoxaban Exposure in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation and Estimated Creatinine Clearance Exceeding 100 mL/min - On Demand

    Live Session: Wednesday, March 20th, 2024, from 2:00 to 3:00 PM ET

    On Demand: March 20th, 2024 to March 20th, 2027

    Why is this article important to your practice? 

    There is a lack of clear understanding of high creatinine clearance on pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) outcomes. Edoxaban 60 mg is approved for stroke prevention in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) not fulfilling any dose-reduction criteria. As edoxaban is partially renally cleared (≈50%), it was postulated that edoxaban exposure may be lower in patients with high creatinine clearance (CrCL >100 mL/min); thus, efficacy could hypothetically be lower in this subpopulation. In this webinar, the author will discuss a prospective, randomized, double-blinded study comparing the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, efficacy and safety outcomes of edoxaban 60 mg once daily versus edoxaban 75 mg once daily in patients with CrCL exceeding 100 mL/min. The presentation will also illustrate the utility of population PK modeling to account for variability and estimate steady-state PK values based on the sparse PK concentrations collected in the study. 

    Target Audience:

    Interprofessional team of Physicians, Pharmacists, PhDs, and other health care professionals.

    Learning Objectives

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    • Describe the impact of high creatinine clearance on edoxaban PK and PD and the potential clinical implications;
    • Recognize the utility of population PK modeling in analyzing sparse PK concentrations collected from clinical studies;
    • Describe the key elements of a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial.

     

  • Contains 48 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The American College of Clinical Pharmacology® monthly journal article continuing education offerings from The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.

    Registration and Pricing

    The American College of Clinical Pharmacology® (ACCP) offers a monthly article from the The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (JCP) for continuing education credit. See the CE Info tab for more information on credits. The ACCP JCP Journal CE articles are priced and packaged for January through December of the same calendar year. Packages are available at no cost to ACCP Members and $75/calendar year to Non-members. Once registered, learners have access to all of the Journal CE articles for the calendar year as the articles are released.

    To register, log into your ACCP online profile and then register by clicking the green Register button at the top right. Follow the online prompts to complete the registration process and to receive your registration confirmation. If you do not have an ACCP profile, one must be created before you can register for the Journal CE articles. If you do not know if you have a profile, please contact INFO@ACCP1.org for further information to avoid creating duplicate profiles. Please address all other questions to CE@ACCP1.org.

    Requirements for Credits

    All requirements for claiming CE credits are listed in the CE Info (Handout) tab. Continuing education credits and certificates must be claimed within 30-days of completing the monthly article offering. Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) data is uploaded into the CPE Monitor at the end of each month. The pharmacist's NABP# and MMDD of birth must be updated into their ACCP Profile or emailed to CE@ACCP1.org in order to have CPE credits uploaded to the CPE Monitor.

    CE Expiration 12/31/2026




     

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This 60 minute webinar will explain the assessment of transporter-medicated DDIs using exogenously-administered probe drugs and discuss pros/cons of various probe cocktails.

    2023 ACCP Webinar: From Exogenous Probes to Endogenous Biomarkers: A Paradigm Shift in the Approach to Assess Transporter Mediated Drug-Drug Interactions - ON DEMAND

    Why is this Webinar important to you?

    Membrane bound drug transporters, expressed in various tissues throughout the body, control the movement of endogenous and exogenous substances in and out of cells at various sites in the body.  Some drugs interact with transporters either as substrates or modulators (inhibitors or inducers), therefore, evaluation of transporter mediated drug-drug interactions (DDI) during drug development and post-approval is important to formulate clinical management strategies and ensure the safe and effective use of concomitantly administered drugs.  

     An integral part of a comprehensive clinical pharmacology program includes assessing the effect of an investigational drug on various transporters.  This assessment may be completed by either conducting several DDI trials (generally a trial for each transporter modulated by the investigational drug) or by conducting one trial to explore the effect of the investigational drug on the pharmacokinetics of several simultaneously administered (at therapeutic dose or microdose) probe drugs (“probe cocktail” approach). 

     More recently, the idea of assessing changes in the concentration of endogenous biomarkers (which are substrates of clinically relevant transporters) to gain insight on the potential of a drug to inhibit transporter activity has received widespread attention. Numerous publications and presentations by various investigators have highlighted how endogenous biomarkers can enable early “derisking” by assessing DDI potential over a wide range of inhibitor exposures, facilitate quantitative prediction of DDIs and provide mechanistic insights into observed DDIs. 

    Target Audience

    Physicians, Pharmacists, PhDs and other healthcare professionals interested in the evaluation of transporter-mediated DDIs during drug development and post-approval.

    Learning Objectives

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    1. Learn how the transporter only probe cocktail trial approach has been used in drug development;
    2. Explain the advantages and challenges of using microdose trials for assessment of transporter-mediated DDIs;
    3. Describe the emerging role of endogenous biomarkers in the assessment of transporter-mediated DDIs;
    4. Discuss how the assessment of endogenous biomarkers can be integrated in probe cocktail trials for comprehensive characterization of transporter-mediated DDI assessments.
  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar is part of a 3 Webinar series "Exceeding Expectations to Land Your Dream Job" that will guide the audience on essential skills and technical aspects required during job application and interview processes to meet hiring manager expectations (industry, academic, regulatory, clinical). This webinar was recorded and is now available On Demand. It will be available for up to three years following the date of the Live webinar.

    2023 ACCP Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professional Webinar: "Delivering an Effective Interview Presentation" | ON DEMAND

    On Demand: October 25th, 2023 to October 25th, 2026

    Target Audience:

    This webinar will be important to physicians, pharmacists, PhDs and other (students, trainees & early-stage professionals) seeking guidance and valuable insights on how to present an impactful scientific presentation and be well prepared for a robust Q&A as part of an interview process.

    Learning Objective:

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    1. Discuss approaches for creating clear and concise presentation targets for the hiring audience and target position;
    2. Learn and understand key strategies to engage and retain the target audience's interest;
    3. Develop skills to approach Q&A sessions with confidence.
  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar is part of a 3 Webinar series "Exceeding Expectations to Land Your Dream Job" that will guide the audience on essential skills and technical aspects required during job application and interview processes to meet hiring manager expectations (industry, academic, regulatory, clinical). This webinar was recorded and is now available On Demand. It will be available for up to three years following the date of the Live webinar.

    2023 ACCP Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professional Webinar: "Key Expertise/Insight to Ace the Interview" | ON DEMAND

    On Demand webinar: October 11th, 2023 to October 11th, 2026 

    Target Audience:

    This webinar will be important to physicians, pharmacists, PhDs and other (students, trainees & early-stage professionals) seeking guidance and valuable insights on how to prepare for  and ace an interview to get the job you want!

    Learning Objective:

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    1. Navigate etiquette expectations throughout introductions and the interview process;
    2. Identify appropriate and inappropriate behaviors during the virtual and on-site job interview;
    3. Formulate directed and meaningful questions and answers during the interview process.

    Islam Younis, PhD, MSc

    Senior Director

    Merck & Co Inc

    Lorraine M. Rusch, PhD

    Chief Executive Officer

    Cardiovascular Clinical Sciences Foundation

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar is part of a 3 Webinar series "Exceeding Expectations to Land Your Dream Job". In the first webinar, Crafting a High-impact CV, Attendees will be will provided with valuable tips and strategies for crafting a high-impact CV.

    2023 ACCP Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professional Webinar: "Crafting a High Impact CV" | ON DEMAND

    On Demand: September 20th, 2023 to September 20th, 2026

    Target Audience:

    This webinar will be important to physicians, pharmacists, PhDs and other (students, trainees & early-stage professionals) seeking guidance and valuable insights on developing a high-quality, impactful CV that will get the attention of  HR and the hiring managers.

    Learning Objective:

    After completing this activity, the learner will be able to:

    1. Discuss the employer's perspectives on the screening and hiring process;
    2. Identify ways to develop and feature unique skills and experiences in a high impact CV based on targeted career goals;
    3. Utilize professional and social platforms effectively.