Students & Trainees and Early-stage Professionals from around the world are eligible for awards associated with submitting an Abstract for the ACCP Annual Meeting. In order to be eligible for the Student & Trainee or Early-stage Professional Abstract Awards, the recipient must be the primary author of the Abstract and is required to attend the ACCP Annual Meeting to present the Poster. Following notification of receipt of an award, the recipient must register and attend the Annual Meeting in order to receive the award and/or honorarium.
ACCP accepts encore Poster presentations; however, encores must be documented as such when the Abstract is submitted and will not be eligible for Student & Trainee, Early-stage Professional or New Member Abstract Awards.
Student & Trainee Awards
The eight Student & Trainee Award winners are presented with a trophy and $1,000 honorarium, a complimentary registration to attend the Annual Meeting and an invitation to attend the Regents Dinner. Student & Trainee Awards are presented during the Regents Dinner held prior to the Annual Meeting and also acknowledged during the Annual Meeting. Previous Student Award Winners
Student & Trainee Abstract Travel Awards
ACCP is pleased to announce that it will award up to *$500 of travel support for each of the top 16 Student & Trainee Abstracts submitted for the Annual Meeting, as judged by the Abstract Reviewers. These travel awards are contingent upon the Student presenting the Abstract and do not apply if someone other than the Student presents the Abstract.
*Travel reimbursement is provided for up to $500 of expenses within the Annual Meeting Proposal Guidelines & Budget Requirements and for which receipts are provided
Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professional Abstract Travel Grant for Developing Countries
ACCP will provide up to $3,000 in Travel Grants for the top Student & Trainee (including postdoctoral fellows) and the top Early-stage Professional (first 10 years post-training or until tenure of academia, whichever comes first) Abstracts accepted from a Developing Country, as judged by the Abstract Reviewers. The recipient must be the primary author of the Abstract and be from a developing country categorized as low income or lower middle income by the World Bank. These travel awards are contingent upon the recipient attending the ACCP Annual Meeting and presenting the Abstract and do not apply if someone other than the recipient presents the Abstract.
New Member Abstract Award
The New Member Abstract Award is given for the best Poster presented by a New Member at the Annual Meeting. Posters submitted by New Members will be scored by a team of judges during the Poster Sessions at the Annual Meeting. The winner of the New Member Abstract Award receives a trophy and an honorarium of $500. At the time the award is presented, the author presents a short talk outlining the findings of the study. Previous New Member Abstract Award Winners
The Wayne A. Colburn Memorial Award
The Wayne A. Colburn Memorial Award is given to the best Abstract presented by one of the eight Student &Trainee Abstract Award winners as scored by a team of judges during the Poster Session at the Annual Meeting. The winner of the Wayne A. Colburn Memorial Award receives a trophy and an honorarium of $500. At the time the award is presented, the author presents a short talk outlining the findings of the study. Previous Wayne A. Colburn Memorial Award Winners
ACCP/ISoP SIG Student Abstract Award
ACCP is sponsoring the ACCP/ISoP Special Interest Group (SIG) Student Abstract Award. The SIG identifies areas of submission that are consistent with its focus and Student & Trainee Abstracts within those areas are reviewed and scored by SIG Leadership. The top scoring Student & Trainee Abstract is the recipient of the ACCP/ISoP Student Abstract Award, which includes complimentary 3-Day registration to the ACCP Annual Meeting, a $500 honorarium, an award and an invitation to the Regents Dinner. At the time the award is presented, the author presents a short talk outlining the findings of the study. ACCP/ISoP SIG Student Abstract Award Winner.
The Elliot S. Vesell Student Abstract Award
In memory of Dr. Elliot S. Vesell, long-time Fellow, former President & Honorary Regent of ACCP, an award will be given to the top Student & Trainee Abstract in the area of pharmacogenomics. The award will include a trophy, a $500 honorarium, complimentary 3-Day registration to the ACCP Annual Meeting and an invitation to the Regents Dinner. No application is required, all Student Abstracts in the area of pharmacogenomics will be considered. Previous Elliot S. Vesell Student Abstract Award Winners
New in 2022...The ACCP Early-stage Professionals Abstract Award is designed to recognize Abstracts submitted by ACCP Members that are identified as Early-stage Professionals; individuals 1-10 years into their first, full-time position. Two awards will be will be offered and include complimentary registration for the meeting, a $1,000 honorarium, a trophy and up to $500 reimbursable travel expenses.