Moving Targets History
Moving Targets was one of the first student-run symposia supported by AAPS in 2002. Students Hovhannes Gukasyan, Mohamed Qaddoumi, Jennifer Links, Jennica Zaro, Maureen Barnes and Melina Bayramyan formed the first Symposium committee. The support given by AAPS helps students in the pharmaceutical sciences face perhaps one of the biggest challenges for a new scientist: finding the time and energy to develop the other important skills that are earned along with the degree.
The goals of the chapter are to inform on the latest advances and discoveries in pharmaceutical sciences, to provide opportunities for professional advancement and leadership development, and to foster student participation in outreach activities that further the goals and objectives of AAPS at the local, regional, and national levels.
Over the past several years, the AAPS-USC student chapter has successfully organized and hosted the Moving Targets symposium on a diverse range of topics, including:
2014 - New Horizons in Anti-Cancer Therapeutics
2013 - Neurodegenerative Disease: Therapeutic Challenges & Opportunities
2012 - Metabolic Syndrome: Past, Present and Future
2011 - Aging and Oxidative Stress
2010 - Frontiers in Immunotherapy
2009 - Drug Delivery and Therapeutics to the Tumor Microenvironment
2008 - Diabetes: Mechanisms and Treatments
2007 - Stem Cell Technology