ACCP cordially invites nominations from ACCP Members in good standing for all awards, except the McKeen Cattell Award. Nominations for the McKeen Cattell Award are determined by the Editorial Board of The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and the Honors & Awards Committee. Based upon nominations received from the membership, ACCP's Honors & Awards Committee makes recommendations to the Board of Regents for each award.
Awards recipients receive a trophy and payment of expenses based on a budget provided by ACCP for each award winner incurred in connection with attendance at the awards ceremony during the Annual Meeting. In addition, the Tanabe Young Investigator Award receives a $1,000 honoraria. The presenting author of the McKeen Cattell Memorial Award will receive travel reimbursement and all authors will receive a plaque. Each awardee is expected to give a presentation at the Annual Meeting on a subject related to the basis for the award. These talks may be in the form of a formal PowerPoint presentation at the podium or as an interview about significant career achievements.
Nominator Responsibilities & Materials Needed:
Please note: The nominator’s letter and a limit of three support letters per nomination will be reviewed by the committee. Submission of more than three support letters for any given nomination will result in those additional letters being archived, but not considered by the committee.
Nominee Eligibility Exclusions:
- See sample letter 1
- See sample letter 2
Prior Award Winners