||Dear ISAP members,
ISAP Annual Meeting in Copenhagen
The ISAP Annual Meeting is now open for registration. Please register here before 10 March 2023 for catering purposes.
Attendance is free of charge for ISAP members. Please ensure that you have renewed your membership to be eligible. Click here to renew your membership.
Date: 14th April 2023 (Friday)
Time: 9.30am to 2pm
Venue: Scandic Palace (Rådhuspladsen 57, 1550 Copenhagen V)
9.30am - 10.00am: Registration and breakfast buffet
10.00am - 10.10am: Welcome note
10.10am - 10.50am: Keynote speaker (Professor Oana Ciofu, University of Copenhagen)
10.50am - 12.30pm: Young investigator's talk
12.30pm - 1.15pm: Lunch
1.15pm - 2.00pm: General meeting, award presentation and closing
The meeting will provide opportunities for Young Investigators to present their research. Young Investigators: If you are interested in giving a presentation, please send your abstract to Sue Nang (firstname.lastname@example.org) before 10 March 2023.
We hope to see you in Copenhagen soon!
ISAP Mentoring Program
The call for mentees is closed now. We are proud to announce the new mentoring groups with their mentees. Please take the chance to meet at the ISAP Meeting or at ECCMID in person if you are present. Have fun!
Sebastian and Alina, Rekha Pai Mangalore
Lena and Iris, Amrei-Pauline Konrad,
Charlotte, Robin and Linda, Quan Truong
Roger and Cornelia, Emily Behrens
Jian and Zack, Maria Sanz Codina
Postdoc position available
The PKPD group at Uppsala University is searching for a devoted postdoc who is enthusiastic about antimicrobial PKPD, and has experience in model-based methods. More info:
PhD Student (3 yrs.) - University of Hamburg, Germany
The Dept. of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Hamburg, Germany, is hiring a PhD student. The anticipated starting date is May 2023, but the exact date can be defined individually. The project is embedded in a EU consortium that focuses on optimizing the therapy of ceftazidime/avibactam and fosfomycin against Enterobacterales (JPIAMR - CAVIFOS, https://www.jpiamr.eu/projects/cavifos/). The PhD project will involve pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic studies in the hollow-fiber infection model as well as pharmacometric modelling and development of model-informed precision dosing tools to translate the findings into a clinical perspective.
Candidates should have an interest in pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics and data sciences. Skills in pharmacometric modelling are helpful, but not mandatory.
The application can be submitted here (https://www.uni-hamburg.de/stellenangebote/ausschreibung.html?jobID=b0c1c1cfba91de9237a14bb09ddbbabd928d4695). For further information contact Prof. Sebastian Wicha (email@example.com).