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					                                                                                                       AAPSNEWS
first annual PharmSci@Asia
Joint Symposium with Fudan
University and Nanjing
University. The goal of this sym-
posium was to advance research
                                         Important Information about
                                         AAPS Membership Dues
in the Pharmaceutical Sciences
and to foster closer ties between
pharmacy students in Singapore
and China. The chapter’s faculty
advisor, A/P. Sui Yung Chan,                     ffective January 1, 2008, annual
said this event “has provided an
environment in which each stu-
dent member from Singapore
and China are both a teacher
and a student. The students have
                                         E       membership dues for AAPS regular
                                                 members will increase five dollars.
                                                 The measure, approved by AAPS
                                         Executive Council, will bring regular
                                         membership dues to $140. Dues will not
                                                                                        Announcement to
                                                                                        AAPS Members

                                                                                        A complete set of J. Pharm. Sci.
gained the ability and confi-            increase for other membership categories       issues from 1962 to 2000, as well as
dence to think critically, articu-       in the coming year.                            Pharmaceutical Research volumes
late clearly and organize them-             Since 1986, AAPS has provided a sub-        from 1986 to 2002, are available to
selves so that they can become           stantial array of services and membership
                                                                                        anyone interested. These will be
successful people now and in             benefits to the pharmaceutical sciences
                                                                                        donated to someone (person or insti-
the future.” The event was very          community. Members enjoy timely educa-
                                                                                        tute) if the other party is willing to
successful and we look forward           tional programming, networking, numer-
to many more in the future.              ous professional development opportuni-        pick up the shipping. If you are inter-
    For more information about           ties, quality publications, and much more.     ested, please contact Dr. Hemant
the AAPS-NUS Student                        It is our expectation that this measure     Joshi at hjoshi@ptcbio.com.
Chapter, including a list of activ-      will help us continue to enhance benefits
ities and pictures, please visit the     and services for members. We look for-
chapter’s website at www.phar-           ward to providing an even greater return
macy.nus.edu.sg/asc/,or contact
Kevin Yap, chapter chair, at
                                         on your membership investment.
                                            For additional information regarding
                                                                                       Future AAPS
nusaaps@gmail.com. To start a            AAPS membership benefits, please visit        Annual Meetings
student chapter at your school,          our website at www.aapsharmaceu-
contact Stacey May at                    tica.com or contact Member Services
mays@aaps.org.                           at 877-998-AAPS.                               November 16-20, 2008
                                                                                        Georgia World Congress Center
                                                                                        Atlanta, GA
   Call for Nominations to the AAPS Executive Council
                                                                                        November 8-12, 2009
           ow is the time to participate in the selection of your future leaders        Los Angeles Convention Center


   N       within AAPS. The AAPS Nominations Committee is seeking nomi-
           nations for the offices of AAPS President-Elect and Member-at-Large
           (2 positions) for terms beginning at the 2008 AAPS Annual Meeting
   and Exposition. Members of the AAPS Executive Council make programmat-
   ic, governance, and financial decisions that impact each and every AAPS
                                                                                        Los Angeles, CA

                                                                                        November 14-18, 2010
                                                                                        Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
                                                                                        New Orleans, LA
   member, so this is your opportunity to contribute to this important process.
   Candidates for the AAPS Executive Council must be AAPS members.                      October 23-27, 2011
   Nominations are due by January 25, 2008. For a nomination packet, please             Washington Convention Center
   contact Karol Shadle at ShadleK@aaps.org and at (703) 248-4702.                      Washington, D.C.

   Correction: The information provided in the “Call for Nominations” box,              October 21-25, 2012
   page 81, October-November 2007 issue, was incorrect. Please note that the            McCormick Place
   correct offices seeking names for nominations are AAPS President-Elect and           Chicago, IL
   Member-at-Large (2 positions).                                                       Palmer House and Chicago Hilton


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