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Annual meeting 2015

The 2015 ISAP symposium took place after the ICAAC and before the Polymyxin Conference in a wonderful conference site in La Jolla near San Diego. The first part of the symposium was dedicated to the memory of Prof. William Craig and looking back to the achievements of our field whereas the second part of the afternoon was dedicated to the future of anti-infective pharmacology. A planned publication will summarise our vision for the future of our field.
Similar to previous years the short presentations of young investigators where interesting, well received and discussed. Seven presentations were selected for presentation. Three young investigators – Amelia N. Deitchman, Justin Lenhard and Sebastian Wicha were awarded with travel grants for their work and the presentations. Mentoring young researchers and providing a friendly and supportive environment for discussing their work is one of ISAP's main goals as well as organising workshops at major conferences.

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General Assembly: 1:00-2:00 PM

Preliminary program - ISAP symposium:
2:10-2:15 PM   Introduction
Ursula Theuretzbacher, Paul Ambrose
Looking back: Achievements in anti-infective pharmacology

Chair: Francoise van Bambeke
2:15-2:30 PM     David Andes: Tribute to Bill Craig
2:30-2:50 PM   Paul Tulkens: Lecture in memoriam Bill Craig
24 years of ISAP - Achievements in the PK/PD field
Looking forward: A critical focus for the next decade - A roadmap for research from an
anti-infective pharmacology perspective
Chair: Hartmut Derendorf, Vincent Tam
2:50-4:00 PM   - How can the discipline of anti-infective pharmacology contribute to optimizing antimicrobial use in the future?

- What are the new horizons?

- What are the critical preclinical, translational and clinical research questions?

- What do we need in the anti-infective pharmacology toolbox, in addition to PK/PD?

Short kick-off presentations intended to provoke discussion about the future of anti-infective pharmacology.
Panellists are asked to briefly address one or more of the above questions.

Structured panel discussion and audience participation
Panellists: Lena Friberg, Jürgen Bullita, Brian Tsuji, Jian Li, George Drusano, Jason Roberts, Johan Mouton, Paul Ambrose
4:00-4:20 PM   Networking coffee break
4:20-5:45 PM   Presentations of young investigators
Chair: Brian Tsuji
5:45-5:50 PM   Farewell: Roger Nation, Ursula Theuretzbacher
6:00 PM

  Networking reception

Program download
Presentations of young investigators