The Paul R. Dawson Biotechnology Award consists of a glass sculpture and a monetary prize, and is endowed by Amgen in honor of its former Vice President of Marketing and Sales Paul R. Dawson, a staunch supporter of education in biotechnology. The award was originally focused specifically on the teaching and scholarship of biotechnology, science that promised to revolutionize health and health services. Beginning in 2015, the Paul R. Dawson Award criteria are expanded to include all research that has made sustained contributions to changes in the quality of patient outcomes. The intent of the Award is to recognize annually an active scientist within the ranks of pharmacy education as one of the leaders in the broad range of research related to health services delivery affecting patient outcomes, including clinical, translational and health services research.
Any AACP member may submit nominations for this award by completing the online submission form no later than Dec. 3, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. PST, identified with the appropriate award title. Please contact Melinda D. Colón, associate director of governance programs and meetings, with any questions.
The award winners will be announced by the AACP Board of Directors in spring 2015, and published in Academic Pharmacy Now and on the Web site. They will also be honored during the 2015 Annual Meeting in National Harbor, Maryland.
2015 Paul R. Dawson Biotechnology Award - Eligibility criteria, nomination instructions and selection procedures.
2013 - Alexander S. Mankin, Ph.D.
2012 - Tejal A. Desai, Ph.D.
2010 - Harold L. Kohn, Ph.D.
2009 - Rodney J. Ho, Ph.D.
2008 - Laurence H. Hurley, Ph.D.