Daily Agenda - American College of Medical Toxicology

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Daily Agenda - American College of Medical Toxicology

Friday, March 16, 2012 -­‐ Bugs & Drugs8:00-­‐8:30am8:30-­‐9:20am9:20-­‐9:55am10:15-­‐10:50am10:50am-­‐12:00pm12:00-­‐12:45pm12:45-­‐2:15pm4:30-­‐6:30pmSaturday, March 17, 2012 -­‐ Misadventures in Therapeu9cs 8:00-­‐8:50am8:50-­‐9:25am9:25-­‐10:00am10:20-­‐10:50am10:50am-­‐ 12:20pmACMT Spring ConferenceIatrogenesis: Toxicology & Medica/on Safety in the Healthcare Se7ngMarch 16-­‐18, 2012ACMT Business Mee9ngDiscovering & Understanding Drug-­‐Induced Liver Injury in Clinical Trials Sam Jackson, MD, MBA, Genentech, Inc., San Francisco, CAContamina9on of Community Drinking Water Sources with Pharmaceu9cals Michael J. KosneD, MD, MPH, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, COInnova9on in Medical Educa9on: Winner’s Lecture Jeff Lapoint, DO, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NYBreakout Sessions:A. Chemotherapeu9c Events -­‐ G. Patrick Daubert, MD, UC Davis Health System, Sacramento, CAB. Radiologic Adversi9es -­‐ Tamas R. Peredy, MD, Maine Medical Center, Portland, MEC.Introduc9ons and Awards -­‐ Lewis S. Nelson, MD, President, American College of Medical Toxicology Keynote AddressEscherichia coli O157:H7: The Toxin, the Target, and the TimingPhillip I. Tarr, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MOTurning Marine Toxins Into Drugs -­‐ William Fenical, PhD, Scripps Ins]tu]on of Oceanography, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA Sepsis Update: Emergency Department Physicians on the FrontlinePeter F. Fedullo, MD, UC San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, CABreakout Sessions:A. Case Studies in An9microbial Toxicity -­‐ S. Eliza Halcomb, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MOB. HIV-­‐Mainstream/Alterna9ve Therapies & Toxicity -­‐ Andrew I. Stolbach, MD, Johns Hopkins University, Bal]more, MDC. Botulinum and Tetanus Toxicology -­‐ Rama B. Rao, MD, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NYA.B.Learning Objec9ves:• To understand the toxic mechanism of virulence factors released by various microorganisms, to enhance recogni]on and management of the diseases that they produce.• To understand the mechanism of adverse drug reac]ons of an]microbials and chemotherapeu]c agents in order to improve safety prac]ces when using these agents.• To understand the environmental impacts associated with the release of drugs and agents used in radiologic procedures in order to plan for safer disposal.Presiden9al Keynote Address: Research-­‐Based Drug Safety Advocacy Sidney M. Wolfe, MD, Director, Health Research Group, Public Ci]zen, Inc., Washington, DCProfessional Development Concurrent Sessions: Medical Toxicology Careers in Drug Safety Sam Jackson, MD,MBA, Project Team Leader, Genentech Research and Early Development, San Francisco, CATricks of the Trade:Evaluation and Management Coding for Medical ToxicologyLeslie R. Dye, MD, MediSync, Cincinna], OHFellows-­‐in-­‐Training Research Presenta9ons Case Studies in Legal Toxic Causa9on: Poten9al Carcinogeneis-­‐ Richard F. Clark, MD UC San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, CA12:20-­‐1:20pm1:20-­‐2:20pmPoster Session: Research You May Have Missed Fellows-­‐in-­‐Training Luncheon: The Importance and Power of Wri9ng in Medical Toxicology Brian S. Judge, MD, Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, Grand Rapids, MIPage 1 of 2American College of Medical Toxicology,10645 N Tatum Blvd., Suite 200-111, Phoenix, AZ 85028, Phone: 623 533 6340, Email: jim.wiggin@acmt.net


Sunday, March 18, 2012 -­‐ Advanced Iatrogenesis 8:00-­‐8:50am8:50-­‐9:25amKeynote Address: Bridging Preclinical Safety Pharmacology into the Clinical Realm -­‐ Hugo M. Vargas, PhD, Safety Pharmacology Society, Reston, VAChills & Thrills: Iatrogenic Clozapine Toxicity -­‐ Naren Gunja, MD, Sydney Medical School, Sydney, Australia9:25-­‐10:00am10:20-­‐11:50am11:50am-­‐ 1:50pmWhen the Gi^ Horse Bites: Toxicity in the Transplant Recipient -­‐ Spencer C. Greene, MD University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, AZBreakout Sessions:A. Cri9cal Care Gone Awry -­‐ Michael Levine, MD, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CAB.C.Yin & Yang: Risks of Alterna9ve An9coagulants-­‐ Chris]an A. Tomaszewski, MD UC San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, CASmall Pa9ents, Big Errors: Iatrogenesis in Pediatric Emergency Medicine -­‐ Yaron Finklestein, MD The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ONFellows-­‐in-­‐Training Open Mic Session -­‐ Andrew I. Stolbach, MD, Johns Hopkins University, Bal]more, MD The American College of Medical Toxicology, our planners, and our presenters wish to disclose they have no financial interests or other rela/onships with the manufacturers of commercial products, suppliers of commercial services, or commercial supporters. Presenta/ons will not include any discussion of the unlabeled use of a product or a product under inves/ga/onal use.Page 2 of 2American College of Medical Toxicology,10645 N Tatum Blvd., Suite 200-111, Phoenix, AZ 85028, Phone: 623 533 6340, Email: jim.wiggin@acmt.net

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