2019 EACPT Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Clinical Pharmacology

The European Association of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (EACPT) will present a Lifetime Achievement Award for work undertaken in Clinical Pharmacology at its Congress in Stockholm in 2019.

This prize will be awarded for significant achievement, both for the benefit of science and also for the benefit and health of the specialty of clinical pharmacology, over a whole working life.…

The 2017 EACPT Scientific Award

The EACPT 2017 Congress was held in Prague from 24th-27th June with 566 participants from all 5 continents – 28% from beyond the European Region, from Australia to China, Japan and South Korea to the USA. The Congress included 22 sessions with Keynote Lectures on current issues for research, education and clinical practice on safe and effective use of medicines.…

2015 EACPT Scientific Award and Joint EACPT-EPHAR Translational Pharmacology Awards

The 12th biennial Congress of the European Association for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (https://eacpt.eu) was held in Madrid from 27th to 30th June 2015. Over 500 abstracts were accepted from 66 countries and from all 5 continents for presentation as e-posters and oral presentations. The 54 oral presentations were eligible for awards for best talks. The 2015 EACPT Scientific Award and Joint EACPT-EPHAR Translational Pharmacology Awards were presented at the end of June at the EACPT Congress in Madrid.

The 2015 EACPT Scientific Award for Professor Nicholas Bateman

The 2015 EACPT Scientific Award is to be conferred on UK Scientist Professor Nicholas Bateman for work on treating paracetamol overdose. The Award which includes a prize of 2000€ will be presented to Professor Bateman at the 12th EACPT Congress in Madrid on Tuesday 30th June 2015.

Professor Nicholas Bateman

Professor Bateman’s research, which was published in the international medical journal The Lancet, involved a clinical trial comparing a new regimen to treat paracetamol poisoning with the current one (which has been used for over 40 years).…

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