APS Academy Awards for Pharmaceutical Scientists

This is a science driven award and is self-nominated or nominated by members of the APS. Individuals nominating can come from all sectors where pharmaceutical scientists work.

The nominated person must:

  • be a current member of the APS (for at least one year)
  • have a minimum of 8 post training years in the pharmaceutical sciences
  • proven track record in pharmaceutical sciences as demonstrated by either one or more of the areas listed below.
    • by peer reviewed publications – generally more than 15
    • patents, generally 2/3 as first or corresponding/senior author
    • a demonstrable contribution to pharmaceutical product development
    • a substantial contribution to the development of a medicinal product(s), diagnostic or device
    • a substantial contribution to the development of novel technologies applicable to the pharmaceutical sciences.
    • a substantial contribution to pharmaceutical science education/training as evidenced by peer recognition- invited lectures, conference leadership, etc. and involvement in mentorship.

Candidates may self-nominate or nominated by an APS members.

Nominations must consist of a CV, and a one-page summarizing both the nominee’s achievements and rationale as to why the nominee is eligible.

If the nomination is successful, the Fellow will be informed by e-mail and will receive a certificate by post. The Fellow’s name will appear on the APS website.

Please refer to the following checklist before submitting your application to info@apsgb.co.uk.

If you have any questions please also email info@apsgb.co.uk.

2019

Ryan Donnelly
Janet Halliday
Matthew Reason
Driton Vllasaliu

2018

Dave Berry
Begona Delgado-Charro
Bindhu Gururajan
John Hartley
Kevin King
Andrew Lewis
Ali Nokhodchi
Mine Orlu
Bhavik Patel
Gerry Steele
Martin Whitaker
Gareth Williams

2017

Afzal R Mohammed

2016

Paul Colthorpe,
Jerry Heng,
Joshua Boateng
Michael Gamlem

2015

Cynhia Bosquillon
Stephen Brown
Sawsan El Masay

2013

Jamshed Anwar
Adrian Williams

2012

Kendal Pitt
John Mitchell

This is an award recognising science and experience at international level with emphasis on advocacy and leadership. Nomination can be from all sectors where pharmaceutical scientists work.

Winners of the Eminent fellow award will be invited to PharmSci for the presentation of their award.

The nominated person must:
• be a current member of the APS (for at least one year)
• generally, have a minimum of 15-20 years post qualification of involvement in the pharmaceutical sciences
• have made a significant contribution to multiple publications and /or patents
• and/or contributed substantially to the development of a pharmaceutical products
• and/or contributed substantially to pharmaceutical science education/training as evidenced by peer recognition- invited lectures, conference leadership, etc. and involvement in mentorship
• have a clear leadership role
• be recognised internationally for their achievements

Nominations for an Eminent Fellowship may be submitted by any member of APS. Self-nominations are not accepted. Nominees for Eminent Fellowship must have international recognition for their advocacy of science and have demonstrated leadership at international level.

Nominations should consist of a letter of support, the nominee’s CV, a one-page summary containing both achievements and an explanation of why Eminent Fellowship is justified.

If the nomination is successful, the Eminent Fellow will be informed by e-mail and will be invited to the PharmSci conference for the presentation of their award. The Eminent Fellow’s name will appear on the APS website.

Please refer to the following checklist before submitting your application.

Recipients 2019

Gavin Andrews
Jeremy Guy Clarke
Dennis Douroumis.
Michael Heinrich
Majella Lane
Kendal Pitt
Mike Tobyn

Past Recipients
2018

Jo Craig
Malcolm Dash
Gavin Halbert
Martin Snowdon

2017

Professor Don Cairns

2016

Professor David Jones
Dr Ali Rajabi-Siahboomi

2015

Professor Trevor Jones

2013

Professor Thomas Rades
Professor Ijeoma Uchegbo
Dr Zhongwei Gu

2012

Professor Graham Buckton
Roger Davey
Professor Martyn Davies
Professor Bill Dawson
Professor Ruth Duncan
Gillian Eccleston
Professor Gregory Gregoriades
Professor Richard Guy
Professor Jonathan Hadgraft
Professor Jayne Lawrence
Professor Tony Moffat
Professor Yvonne Perrie
Professor Malcolm Rowlands
Professor John Stainforth
Professor Howard Stevens
Dr David Tainsh
Professor David Thurston
Professor Steve Wicks
Professor Peter York

Eminent Fellows 2019

This is an award recognising science and experience at international level with emphasis on advocacy and leadership.

Jeremy Guy Clarke
Senior Fellow
GSK
Michael Heinrich
Prof of Ethnopharmacology / Pharmacognosy
UCL School of Pharmacy
Kendal Pitt
Senior Technical Director
GSK
Dennis Douroumis
Professor in Pharmaceutical Technology and Process Engineering, Director of Centre for Innovation in Process Engineering and Research (CIPER), Faculty of Engineering and Science
University of Greenwich
Mike Tobyn
Research Fellow
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Majella Lane
Senior Lecturer
UCL School of Pharmacy
Gavin Andrews
Chair of Pharmaceutical Engineering
Queen’s University, Belfast

Fellows 2019

This is a science driven award and is self-nominated or nominated by members of the APS.

Driton Vllasaliu
Lecturer in Pharmaceutics
School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Science, King’s College London
Matthew Reason
Materials Technical Lead for the Consumer Health Supply Chain,
GSK
Ryan Donnelly
Chair in Pharmaceutical Technology:
Queen’s University, Belfast
Janet Halliday
Associate Vice President
Ferring Controlled Therapeutics & External Technology

AWARD LECTURES PRESENTED AT PHARMSCI 2019

The APS Award Lecture (sponsored by Astra Zeneca)

Individual who has demonstrated, scientific contribution where work is outstanding and ambassadorial in their area with an international reputation and have a broad scientific awareness

Presented Thursday 12thSeptember 2019 at 9.00am

Professor Clive Roberts
Professor of Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology, Head of School of Pharmacy
University of Nottingham

The potential of 3D printing in the development and manufacture of medicines and its impact upon Pharmacy.

Innovative Science Award (sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline)

Researchers from across the globe in academia, industry, public service or other scientific establishments, that have demonstrated, through published work, a significant innovation which has the potential for application within the pharmaceutical industry.

Presented Friday 13th September 2019 at 9.00

Professor Abdul Basit
Pharmaceutics
University College London, School of Pharmacy

Emerging Scientist Award (sponsored by Pfizer)

Researchers from across the globe in academia, industry, public service or other scientific establishments, that have demonstrated, through published work, a significant innovation which has the potential for application within the pharmaceutical industry.

Presented Friday 13thSeptember 2019 at 09.50

Dr Clare Hoskins
Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutics,
Keele University