By Andrew M. Vick, Ph.D., AAPS President
As an AAPS member, there are many ways to make the most of your membership and get involved. Whether this is your first month or your tenth year, as a member, you are welcome to participate and make your voice heard. There is something for everyone. Continue reading to learn more about our upcoming events, opportunities, and even some entertainment on-the-go.
Vote in the AAPS election. You can help lead AAPS by serving on the AAPS Board of Directors. Candidates for the AAPS Board of Directors must be AAPS members and help fulfil our mission. Find out more information or cast your vote for who should serve in 2021.
Sign up for an AAPS workshop. On June 15-16 is the Harmonization of qPCR virtual event, where one of our learning objectives is to understand the applications of PCR in gene therapy trials and how the various assays types are validated.
Listen to AAPS members’ views. Show support for fellow AAPS members and leaders by listening to their stories, as recently featured on a three episodes of a science podcast, The Power of Story and Science.
Submit a poster abstract. We are now accepting abstracts for poster presentation for the 61st Annual Land O’ Lakes Pharmaceutical Analysis Conference. Start your submission today.
Make plans to attend virtual events. You can learn more and register here. Join us at the 22nd Annual Land O’Lakes Bioanalytical Conference. This fully virtual event takes place July 12-14 and you can register here.
Write a cover article for AAPS Newsmagazine. Do you have an article idea to share with all AAPS members? The chance to your ideas and views on research and/or issues related to pharmaceutical science published is available when you submit a proposal for consideration. If selected, your article would be featured to a wide audience of scientists and shared on social media.
This next round of science learning will be filled with learning experiences, professional development, and as always, networking opportunities. It is an exciting time to be an AAPS member, and I hope you will get involved.