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Recollections with Dr. Tanaka

IATDMCT2017 Kyoto logo black 150x164With all eyes on the IATDMCT Congess, Tokyo in 2017, we remember the First Congress of the Japanese Society for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (1st CJSTDM, May 13th 1984) and the First International Congress of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (1st ICTDM, October 20th 1988).  Dr. Tanaka shares his experiences that led to the beginnings of the Japanese Society, and these two important congresses.

Recollections: The First Congress of Japan Society for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and the First International Congress of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Benefits of Membership - A Presidential Chat

Langman 150x200This month we welcome Loralie Langman as the IATDMCT president for 2015-2017. We asked Loralie and our past and future presidents what they consider the greatest benefit of being members of the association. This is an extension of the interviews conducted in the Compass December 2010 issue.

"What do you consider the greatest benefit of being a member of the IATDMCT?" .

An interview with Dr. Charles Pippenger (Special Congress Edition)

Pippenger Marquet 160x120This year IATDMCT celebrates the 25th anniversary of its founding meeting in Barcelona, Spain on October 11, 1990. To highlight this important event the editors of the Compass invited Dr. Charles Pippenger, one of the founders of our association and name giver of the IATDMCT C.E. Pippenger Award presented for outstanding contributions to Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, to be our next mentor for the “IATDMCT mentors interview” column. And we are more than honored that he agreed…

Enjoy reading!

Photo: Montreal 2009, Dr. Pippenger presents Pierre Marquet the C.E. Pippenger Award for outstanding contributions to TDM

A Conversation with Denise McKeown

Denise McKeown PhotoThis month IATDMCT Blogger, Jana Stojanova, interviewed fellow Young Scientist Denise McKeown (Glasgow, UK) to see the path her career has taken over the past 13 years. Denise has been an active YS member of IATDMCT for the past 12 years and is currently the Chair of both the Young Scientist Committee and the Communications Committee.

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