AAPS announces 1999 Fellows

October 19, 1999

ALEXANDRIA, Va.--The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) unveiled its 1999 list of Fellows. An AAPS Fellow earns his or her title by contributing scholarly research, such as original articles, patents and presentations, in the pharmaceutical sciences.

This year the following ten individuals join the prestigious list of AAPS Fellows:
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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, AAPS aims to advance science through the open exchange of scientific knowledge, serve as an information resource, and contribute to human health through pharmaceutical research and development. For more information about AAPS, visit AAPS Online at www.aaps.org .

EDITOR'S NOTE: For more information or for photos of the new AAPS Fellows, please contact Debbie Mierke at 703-518-8442.

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