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.

The ACCP “Excellence in Achievement” Program is pleased to recognize Mariam Ahmed, PhD, Associate Director, Rare Genetics & Hematology, Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology, Takeda Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. Dr. Ahmed joined ACCP in 2019 as a Member and has been actively involved in the society ever since. She has served on the ACCP Education Committee since 2019, the Annual Meeting Program Committee since 2020 and is a member of the New Member Ambassador Program. Dr. Ahmed also serves on The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology Editorial Board, has been a Faculty Speaker at the 2018 and 2019 ACCP Annual Meetings and was an Abstract Reviewer at the 2020 ACCP Annual Meeting. 

Before joining Takeda, Dr. Ahmed was a Clinical Pharmacology Reviewer, Office of Clinical Pharmacology, Ctr of Drug Evaluation & Research at the US Food & Drug Administration. She earned her PhD from the Univ of Minnesota with a major in clinical pharmacology & pharmacometrics, with a minor in biostatistics. Dr. Ahmed's thesis work focused on applications of pharmacometrics to rare diseases and she has published more than 20 original research, review papers and abstracts in this area. She is the recipient of many industry and academic awards and has been an invited speaker to multiple national conferences. 

Dr. Ahmed graciously shared her thoughts on what ACCP membership means to her:

“ACCP membership did not only allow me to interact and network with established and diverse Members of the ACCP but also allowed me to give back to the new Members and colleagues who are trying to find their way to contribute to the community. Reflecting on my experience as part of the Education Committee, I have the opportunity to contribute to the development of educational programs and also stay up to date with recent publications in The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. With an inclusive vision, ACCP is the place where I can find what suits my career needs and agrees with my goals. It continues to be an absolute privilege to be part of such a dynamic, diverse, clinical pharmacology dedicated organization.”

Congratulations, Dr. Ahmed, on being recognized for your outstanding achievements and contributions to ACCP!