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Gary Neil Prize for Innovation in Drug Development


The Gary Neil Prize for Innovation in Drug Development was established in 2004 to honor the memory of Gary Neil, Ph.D. Dr. Neil, a former leader of worldwide Research and Development at Wyeth-Ayerst, was a pioneer in the field of drug development. Dr. Neil was instrumental in creating a highly effective drug development and strategic decision-making structure at Alza through his roles as CEO and President of Therapeutic Discovery Corporation and Crescendo Pharmaceuticals Corporation. Dr. Neil had a significant role as a member of the boards of directors of Pharsight Corporation, Geron Corporation, Calydon and several other biotech companies.

The goal of the Gary Neil Prize for Innovation in Drug Development is to stimulate the application of innovative science to clinical drug development by recognizing outstanding individuals or teams who have been leaders in this area.

Eligibility
Individuals as well as teams who have demonstrated leadership in the application of significant, innovative science to clinical drug development. The award is open to individuals from all clinical pharmacology employment sectors.

Prize and Presentation
The Gary Neil Prize for Innovation in Drug Development will be presented at the ASCPT Annual Meeting. The recipient will receive a plaque and a $2,500 prize. Travel expenses, hotel expenses and meeting registration will be reimbursed by the Society.

2016 Gary Neil Prize Recipient Announced:

   Peter H. Honig, MD, MPH

Previous Recipients

2015 - Robert Temple, MD
2014 - Shiew-Mei Huang, PhD
2013 - Thaddeus H. Grasela, PharmD, PhD
2012 - Carl C. Peck, MD
2011 - Lawrence J. Lesko, PhD
2010 - Nicholas H.G. Holford, MBChB 
2009 - Janet Woodcock, MD 
2008 - Dilip J. Mehta, MD, PhD 
2007 - Richard J. Hargreaves, PhD 
2006 - John Leonard, MD 
2005 - Robert Desjardins, MD 
2004 - Eric M. Gordon, PhD


Gary Neil Prize Testimonial
2011: Larry Lesko, PhD

For more information about the Gary Neil Prize for Innovation in Drug Development, please contact ASCPT at (703) 836-6981 or meetings@ascpt.org.

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