ACCP Honors and Awards

ACCP seeks nominations from ACCP Members in good standing for the ACCP Honors & Awards Program each year starting in August with submissions due November 30th.

Do you have a colleague who deserves recognition for exceptional contributions to the field of clinical pharmacology? Help ACCP recognize your colleague and consider submitting a nomination for the 2025 ACCP Annual Meeting. 

Nominations will be sought for:

  • ACCP Distinguished Investigator Award
  • ACCP Honorary Fellowship Award
  • Nathaniel T. Kwit Memorial Distinguished Service Award
  • Roger Jelliffe Individualized Therapy Award
  • Hartmut Derendorf Mentorship in Clinical Pharmacology Award (formerly the Bristol-Myers Squibb Mentorship in Clinical Pharmacology Award)
  • Tanabe Young Investigator Award

Please note, sitting ACCP Regents and Officers are not eligible to be nominated for awards until at least one full-year after they have completed their Regents/Officers term.

ACCP Honors & Awards Descriptions

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Review the Nomination Process

The ACCP Honors & Awards Committee and Selection of Award Winners Process


The Honors & Awards Committee is comprised of individuals who are representative of the membership of ACCP and serves to recognize excellence in the field of clinical pharmacology through a robust program of nomination and peer review of candidates for a series of awards.

Committee Composition

  • The Committee Chair is a member of the ACCP Board of Regents or a Fellow.
  • Committee members include a mix of senior, mid-level and early-stage colleagues (--10 years into their career) from a cross section of degrees and affiliations representative of membership.

Guidelines for Peer Review of Nominations

The following guidelines for review of nominations have been approved by the ACCP Board of Regents.

  • Committee members must disclose any conflicts of interest they may have with any of the Nominees regardless of the circumstances.
  • Committee members are mindful of diversity in the Nominees.
  • Individually review each Nominee package (nomination letter, CV, bio and support letters) and determine the worthiness of each candidate based on the description and criteria of the award.
  • Participate in a series of meetings to review and discuss each Nominee.
  • Vote independently for the recipient each award.
  • Independent votes are tallied and verified to select the final recipient of each award.
  • Prepare final Nominee recommendations to present to the Board of Regents for final approval.