ACCP "Excellence in Achievement"
The ACCP "Excellence in Achievement" Program serves to acknowledge ACCP Members whose engagement with ACCP events/committees and contributions to the organization are deserving of recognition.
ACCP is pleased to recognize Kacey B. Anderson, PhD, Senior Clinical Pharmacologist I, Gilead Sciences Inc, Dept of Clinical Pharmacology. Dr. Anderson joined ACCP as a Student Member in 2013 and in that same year was a Student Abstract Award Winner. She has been diligently involved in the Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professional Committee since 2014 and has lead the committee as Co-chair since 2016. Dr. Anderson has also supported the society by manuscript submissions to the Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development journal, attending the Annual Meeting and participating in various working groups.
Dr. Anderson received her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the Univ of Pittsburgh. After graduating, she joined the Dept of Clinical Pharmacology at Gilead Sciences in San Francisco, CA where she currently works as Senior Clinical Pharmacologist I. In this role, Dr. Anderson is the lead clinical pharmacologist supporting several development programs for inflammation small molecules. She has worked on many Phase 1 – 3 clinical sub-teams to design and develop clinical study protocols and reports. Dr. Anderson has also served as the lead clinical pharmacologist representative on project teams for the development of new compounds. Most recently, she has assisted in the preparation and submission of a new drug application for filgotinib in the US, EU and Japan. Dr. Anderson has received national and international honors and awards and has peer-reviewed publications ranging from pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenomics to translational research. She has also presented at international and national meetings.
Dr. Anderson kindly shared her thoughts on what ACCP membership means to her: “I’m truly grateful for the American College of Clinical Pharmacology®. Throughout my graduate training and early professional career, ACCP has been an invaluable society in enabling me to learn and grow professionally. Membership in ACCP is in large part responsible for shaping my career as a young professional. I have had the privilege to serve on committees, the opportunity to network with others in the organization, attend webinars and ACCP Virtual Journal Club webinars, as well as present at conferences and publish in the journals. These experiences have been a pivotal part of my early career development. For me, one of the greatest benefits of ACCP is having the ability to connect and collaborate with so many talented individuals within the community. I look forward to future opportunities within the society and getting the chance to work with and mentor new Members.”
Congratulations, Dr. Anderson, on being recognized for your outstanding achievements and contributions to ACCP! Read more about Dr. Anderson in her CV.