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Investigations in pharmacology and toxicology range from molecular studies to clinical care. Studies in basic and clinical pharmacology and in preclinical and clinical toxicology are all essential in bringing new knowledge and new drugs into clinical use. The 30 reviews in Volume 63 of the Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology explore topics across this spectrum. Examples include "Zebrafish as a Mainstream Model for In Vivo Systems Pharmacology and Toxicology" and "Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Lead-to-Candidate Decision-Making and Beyond." Other reviews discuss components important for drug discovery and development and the use of pharmaceuticals in a variety of diseases. Air pollution continues to increase globally; accordingly, "Air Pollution-Related Neurotoxicity Across the Life Span" is a timely and forward-thinking review. Volume 63 also explores the use of contemporary technologies such as electronic health records, pharmacogenetics, and new drug delivery systems that help enhance and improve the utility of new therapies. Expected final online publication date for the Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Volume 63 is January 2023. Please see for revised estimates.

Blaschke Terrence F, Insel Paul A, Amara Susan G, Meyer Urs A