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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).


March 2020 COVID-19 pandemic

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Job openings

May 2020: The Innovative Training Network TIPAT (Training towards Innovative Personalized Antibiotic Therapy) is recruiting 13 PhD students. Read more.



ISAP Meeting 2020

The 2020 ISAP Meeting will take place on 17 April 2020 starting at 3PM in Paris as a pre-meeting to ECCMID. More info.
 CANCELLED due to COVID-19 pandemic -


The 22th ECCMID conference will be held in Paris, France from 18-21 April 2020. Information on PK-PD-related sessions will follow.
- CANCELLED due to COVID-19 pandemic -



ISAP is co-organizing a workshop on "Pharmacology of antibiotics" at the International Symposium of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM), held on 26 March 2020 in Brussels, Belgium. More details.
 shifted to September 15-18 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic -

ASCPT 2020

At ASCPT 2020, ISAP is co-organizing a pre-conference on the topic "Translational and Clinical Pharmacology Advance in Anti-Infective Development", which will be held on 18 March 2020 in Houston, TX, USA.  More details.
- CANCELLED due to COVID-19 pandemic -

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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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