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The International Society of Anti-Infective Pharmacology is an interdisciplinary scientific society for the study of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics and for the improvement of dosing of anti-infectives. The Society efforts are focused on expanding basic and applied knowledge in this area of chemotherapeutics through the organization of symposia, discussion workshops , and educational workshops with international participation, in connection with major scientific meetings dealing with the chemotherapy of infectious diseases (ASM microbe, ICC, ECCMID ...), and other scientific societies with common interests, and Regulatory Authorities (FDA, EMA).


ISAP mourns the passing of Hartmut Derendorf

On November 23, 2020, our community lost a giant in our field and a remarkable human being: With heavy heart, we would like to share with you the devastating news that Hartmut Derendorf, Ph.D., our former President and longstanding ISAP member, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 67.



On Tuesday, November 24 at 4PM CET, Jeremie Guedj from INSERM, Paris, France will deliver a webinar on the topic "Modeling SARS-Cov-2 viral dynamics to optimize therapy". The webinar is free for ISAP members and the dial-in information was sent to ISAP members via the newsletter. Welcome!

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Job openings

Vacant positions in the filed of antimicrobial pharmacology are frequently posted here.

Conferences and Meetings


The 22th ECCMID conference will be held in Vienna, Austria from 9-12 July 2021. Information on PK-PD-related sessions will follow.



ISAP is co-organizing a workshop on "Pharmacology of antibiotics" at the International Symposium of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM), held on 15-18 September 2021 in Brussels, Belgium. More details.


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Anyone with an interest in PK/PD, dosing, resistance of anti-infectives, and outcome of antimicrobial therapy can apply to become a member of ISAP. We welcome applications from everywhere worldwide.

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