ASCPT Young Investigator Award
The Young Investigator Award is intended to support a fellow or junior faculty member in clinical pharmacology or a related field who is engaged in clinical/translational research. ASCPT broadly defines clinical research as investigation in clinical pharmacology that is hypothesis-driven and focused on drug discovery and molecular research, drug development, drug action and disposition, clinical trials, regulatory sciences, therapeutics and outcomes research. Our focus is on human-based research. For details about 2013 submission guidelines, click here. The grant is for a one-year period, from July 1,
2013 to June 30, 2014. Amgen provided this award in the form of an
ASCPT selected the top fellow for the 2012 Young Investigator Award: Jieru Egeria Lin, PhD.
Dr. Lin was recognized at the ASCPT 2013 Annual Meeting.
2012: Jieru Egeria Lin, PhD
2011 - Laura J. Wozniak, MD
Landry Kamdem Kamdem, PharmD, PhD
2010 - David Lee, PharmD, PhD
2009 - Jun J. Yang, PhD
2008 - Satsuki Yamada, MD, PhD
2007 - Candace Y. W. Lee, MD, PhD
2006 - Ying-Jun Cao, MB
For more information about the ASCPT Young Investigator Award, please call (703) 836-6981 or contact Sharon Swan, CAE, ASCPT's Chief Executive Officer, at email@example.com.