Workshops & Symposia Call for Proposals

 2019 Annual Meeting 
American College of Clinical Pharmacology®
Sept 15 - 17, 2019   Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park, Chicago, IL
Program Co-chairs: Joan Korth-Bradley, PharmD, PhD | Lily Mulugeta, PharmD |
Michael J. Fossler, Jr, PharmD, PhD


Call for Proposals for the 2019 ACCP Annual Meeting is now closed. The 2019 Annual Meeting of the 
American College of Clinical Pharmacology®"Reflecting on Our History & Shaping the Future of Clinical Pharmacology" will provide a forum for discussion on important clinical pharmacology topics ranging from research and drug discovery to patient care. 

Basic Science of
Clinical Pharmacology

  • Clinical Pharmacokinetics (ADME)
  • Drug Interactions
  • Experimental Pharmacology in In Vitro/In Vivo Studies
  • Human Pharmacology
  • Mechanism of Action
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Pharmacodynamics
  • Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
  • Translational Medicine (Biomarkers/Imaging)
  • Transporters
  • Applications of Modeling & Simulation
  • Big Data Science & Analytics
  • Digital Health
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Innovative Statistical Methods
  • Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology
  • Precision Medicine
Drug Development
  • Biosimilars
  • Clinical Trials
  • Decision Making in Research & Development
  • Drug Development
  • Model-informed Drug Development
  • New & Adaptive Clinical Trial Designs
  • Novel Use of Therapeutics/Drug Repurposing
  • Regulatory Issues
Applied Clinical Pharmacology Techniques
  • Adverse Drug Effects
  • Drug Effectiveness
  • Pharmacoeconomics
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Quality of Life
  • Real-world Evidence in Decision Making
  • Risk Management/Legal Issues
  • Safety & Efficacy
Therapeutic Areas of Applied Clinical Pharmacology
  • Disease Management
  • Drug Dependence
  • Immunology/Immunotherapy
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Oncology/Immuno-oncology
  • Other Therapeutic Areas
  • Rare Diseases
  • Pediatrics
  • Special Populations
  • Women’s Health
  • Clinical Pharmacology Education

Please note the following:

  • ACCP is accredited by the ACCME and the ACPE. As such, Proposals submitted to the ACCP Annual Meeting must be independent of commercial interests.
  • Proposals must be designed to address a gap in professional knowledge, skills or performance which a healthcare team would utilize to improve patient outcomes or the healthcare profession. (For example, the proposal is based on new regulations/standards or guidelines, national health data or reports or issues/concerns described in the professional literature).
  • Proposals must present valid content that adheres to generally-accepted standards of experimental design and contributes to healthcare improvements for patients and/or their communities.
  • As a provider of Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE), Proposals submitted to ACCP must integrate the planning process from two or more professions to promote interprofessional learning.
  • Proposals must adhere to ACCP's Annual Meeting Faculty Participant Proposal Guidelines and Budget Requirements and include all of the information as noted in the Proposal Submission System.
  • Faculty participants should be chosen to ensure that the course is fair and balanced and represents the various stakeholders (academic, regulatory, industry, clinical, patients, etc.) with an interest in the topic.
  • Proposal Chair(s) are limited to two (2) and may not be from the same facility, organization, company or other entity. 
  • Course Chairs must participate as Faculty participants in the course, not as only Course Chairs. Additionally, Panel Discussions must be comprised of only Faculty participants from the given Course.
  • A maximum of two (2) Non-members are allowed per course (any combination of Chairs and Faculty participants).
  • For 90–120 minute courses, we recommend no more than four (4) Faculty participants, including Course Chairs. For 3.5-hour courses, we recommend four–six (4-6) Faculty participants, including Course Chairs.
  • Faculty participants should not be invited to participate until the Proposal is approved.
  • Each 90–120 minute course receives $1,200 in budget support and 3.5-hour courses receives $2,000 in budget support. This may be used at the Chair’s discretion for two (2) US-based Non-member Faculty participants or one (1) international Non-member Faculty participant.
Proposals will be reviewed for merit by the ACCP 2019 Annual Program Committee. Proposals that are incomplete will not be reviewed and proposals that do not meet these guidelines will not be accepted. Authors whose proposals are selected will be asked to provide additional information, such as disclosure information, expected course outcomes, etc. at a later date. Please contact with questions.  

ACCP is truly a Member-focused/Member-driven organization that maintains high financial standards and a reasonable cost of membership and Annual Meeting registration, effectively serving the clinical pharmacology community by making it economical to become a Member and attend the meeting. Consider Joining ACCP today and utilize the Member Benefits to enhance your career and make a difference in clinical pharmacology.