AAPS Announces Call For Nominations For 1999 Awards

February 01, 1999

Alexandria, VA -- February 1, 1999 -- The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) is seeking nominations for the 1999 AAPS Awards, to be presented during the 1999 AAPS Annual Meeting Awards Ceremony on Nov. 14 in New Orleans, LA. The following is a full list of the 1999 AAPS Awards. The deadline for nominations follows each award.

New Investigator Grant In Pharmaceutics And Pharmaceutical Technology
Friday, June 4, 1999

New Investigator Grant in Oral Lipid-Based Drug Delivery Systems (New!)
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Fellows
Monday, May 3, 1999

Post Doctoral Fellows Award (New!)
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Outstanding Manuscript Award In Analysis And Pharmaceutical Quality
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Outstanding Manuscript Award In Pharmaceutical Development And Technology
Friday, May 14, 1999

AAPS Meritorious Manuscript Award
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Research Achievement Award In Biotechnology
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Research Achievement Award In Clinical Sciences
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Research Achievement Award In Pharmaceutics And Drug Delivery
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Research Achievement Award In Pharmaceutical Technologies
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Distinguished Pharmaceutical Scientist Award
Friday, June 4, 1999

AAPS Graduate Symposium In Analytical And Pharmaceutical Quality
Monday, May 3, 1999

MAAPS Graduate Symposium In Drug Delivery And Pharmaceutical Technology
Monday, May 3, 1999

AAPS Graduate Symposium In Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics, And Clinical Sciences
Monday, May 3, 1999

Outstanding Graduate Research Awards In Pharmaceutical Technologies
Friday, June 4, 1999

Awards nomination details, guidelines, and application forms may be downloaded from AAPS Online at http://www.aaps.org/awards.html beginning February 8 or obtained from the AAPS office at 703-548-3000. Please identify the award for which you need nomination materials when contacting the office.
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AAPS is a professional, scientific society of more than 9,000 members employed in academia, industry, government and other research institutes worldwide. Founded in 1986, the goal of AAPS is to improve human health through the development of better pharmaceuticals. For more information about AAPS, visit AAPS Online at http://www.aaps.org.



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