USP awards 6 fellowships for the 2007-2008 term

September 27, 2007

Rockville, MD, September 27, 2007 -- The U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) is pleased to announce the six awardees of its 2007-2008 fellowship program. USP fellows are graduate students enrolled in chemistry, pharmacy and other health care and scientific programs. Students at colleges and universities around the world are eligible to apply for the program.

The 2007-2008 recipients are:"USP is proud to support the next generation of researchers and health care providers with our annual fellowship awards," said Roger L. Williams, M.D., executive vice president and CEO of USP. "The 2007-2008 recipients have demonstrated enormous promise in their areas of research, and are well deserving of this distinction."
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About the USP Fellowship Program

USP's fellowship program supports research in the areas of drug standards and their use. Each student receives a $25,000 award for participating in the program. A portion of this is used to help support the fellow and the costs of the research he or she conducts. The fellows will present posters of their work at USP's 2008 Annual Scientific Meeting in Kansas City, Mo.

Since the program's inception in 1981, USP has invested more than $3.1 million in 200 fellowship awards. For more information, please email mediarelations@usp.org.

USP--Advancing Public Health Since 1820

The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) is a private, non-profit, standards-setting organization that advances public health by ensuring the quality and consistency of medicines, promoting the safe and proper use of medications, and verifying ingredients in dietary supplements. These standards, which are recognized worldwide, are developed by a unique process of public involvement through the contributions of volunteers representing pharmacy, medicine, and other health care professions, as well as science, academia, government, the pharmaceutical industry, and consumer organizations. For more information about USP and its four public health programs, visit www.usp.org/newscenter. FY0808

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