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Nominations for the AAPS 2010 CPTR Outstanding Manuscript in M&S

From: stacey.tannenbaum
Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 13:49:53 -0400

At the 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Pharmaceutical
Scientists (AAPS), the Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Research
(CPTR) Section will recognize an Outstanding Manuscript in Modeling and
Simulation. We are currently soliciting nominations for this award.

The AAPS Outstanding Manuscript in Modeling and Simulation Award is
intended to recognize outstanding achievement in modeling and simulation
in clinical pharmacology and translational research as demonstrated by the
author in quality and originality. The scientific impact of the
published work should be the principle used in nominating the paper and
can be based on new concepts, new modeling procedures, or in the
application of modeling and simulation in drug development.

The lead author of the selected manuscript will receive a $1,000
honorarium, a framed certificate which will be presented at the AAPS
Annual Meeting and Exposition, and travel expenses up to $1,000 to be paid
as reimbursement following the meeting. If the lead author is a non-AAPS
member, a one year complimentary AAPS membership will also be presented.
If the lead author cannot attend the meeting, travel expenses will be paid
to a designee who will accept the award on behalf of the lead author.

Last year's winner was: Shah DK, Shin BS, Veith J, Toth K, Bernacki RJ,
Balthasar JP. Use of an anti-vascular endothelial growth factor antibody
in a pharmacokinetic strategy to increase the efficacy of intraperitoneal
chemotherapy. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 329(2):580-91, 2009.

General criteria for nominated manuscripts
must relate to modeling or simulation in drug development and can be
applied or theoretical. It should reflect applications in clinical
pharmacology or translational research. Examples may include population
pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic analyses related to some drug or
theoretical methods related to pharmacometric analyses (e.g., covariate
must have been published within 2 years prior to the meeting at which the
presentation is made.
must have been published in a peer-reviewed journal, and be written in
the lead author does not have to be a member of AAPS.

Nomination packages :
must be submitted by a member of AAPS
must include the complete citation for the paper as well as a clearly
written statement of the impact, the significance, and the originality of
the paper that justifies its nomination.
should be submitted as a single pdf file via email, although a single
Microsoft Word file will be accepted if pdf capability is not available.
The award name must be shown in the subject line of the email. FAXED OR

Please send nominations to awards

We would like to thank Projections Research for their continuing funding
of this award. Without their support we would not be able to offer this
award. Please visit their website at

Thank you
From the AAPS CPTR Section Leadership
Received on Wed May 19 2010 - 13:49:53 EDT

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