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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 Ayyappa Chaturvedula, PhD, Associate Professor at the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) System College of Pharmacy. Dr. Chaturvedula joined ACCP in 2011 and became a Fellow in 2016. He has been an active participant on the Education Committee and Compliance Subcommittee for several terms and is regularly called upon to support ACCP Staff in meeting the compliance requirements for its accrediting bodies. He has also served as a member of the 2012 and 2014 (Co-chair) Annual Meeting Program Committees, has attended the ACCP Annual Meeting every year from 2011 -2016 and will be attending again in 2017.
Dr. Chaturvedula received his Bachelors in Pharmacy in 2000 from the University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (UCPSC), Kakatiya University in India and his PhD from the Dept of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Mercer University, then served as a Visiting Scientist at the Ctr for Drug Development Sciences - Univ of California, San Francisco (CDDS-UCSF) on the Georgetown campus in Washington, DC. His professional career spans both industry and academia, having worked at organizations such as GlaxoSmithKline, Schering Plough, GVK Biosciences Pvt Ltd and Mercer University before serving in his current position at UNTHSC. His technical experience includes, but is not limited to, PK/PD data analysis, modeling & simulation, using NLME and proficiency in numerous clinical pharmacology-focused software packages.
Dr. Chaturvedula has been kind enough to share his thoughts on membership in ACCP:
"ACCP membership is vital to my professional growth as a pharmacometrician. I have been professionally nurtured and mentored by senior colleagues at ACCP. The opportunities to develop leadership skills are enormous in this organization. The ACCP Annual Meetings are not just perfect for networking, but provide excellent educational content with careful attention to the trends in clinical pharmacology. Overall, I am honored to be a Fellow of ACCP and look forward to serving the clinical pharmacology community more in future."
Congratulations, Dr. Chaturvedula, on being recognized for your outstanding achievements and contributions to ACCP! Read Dr. Chaturvedula’s CV for more information.
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