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Simcyp launches academic awards to recognise innovative teaching and research
Date: 28 Sep 2009
Following the recent rise in the use of the Simcyp Population-based ADME Simulator in academic and not-for profit teaching and research projects, Simcyp is pleased to launch the ‘Annual Simcyp Academic IVIVE Awards.’
The awards recognise innovative teaching methods and cutting-edge published research in the fields of in vitro – in vivo extrapolation (IVIVE), ADME, pharmaceutics, and modelling and simulation.
Entries will be judged by the Simcyp Scientific Advisory Board and a panel of internal experts at Simcyp. Winners will be announced each year at the Simcyp Consortium Meeting in September.
The winner of the ‘Most Informative Scientific Report’ award will receive a bursary towards attendance at a scientific meeting or a sabbatical at Simcyp to work with our scientists on projects of mutual interest.
The ‘Most Innovative Teaching Application’ award also carries a monetary prize which can either be used for computer hardware/software or towards a sabbatical at Simcyp.
All academic and not-for-profit research institutions holding Simcyp licenses are eligible to apply. For further information on Simcyp academic licenses or the Simcyp awards please contact our Academic License Co-ordinators through the ‘contact us’ form.