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2011 Early Career Achievement Award

Dr. Emily Scott, Associate Professor in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Kansas is the recipient of the 2011 Drug Metabolism Early Career Achievement Award, established by ASPET’s Division for Drug Metabolism to recognize excellent original research by early career investigators in the area of drug metabolism and disposition.  Dr. Scott has made important contributions to the field of drug metabolism by publishing a series of pioneering papers on cytochrome P450 structure-function relationships.  She has firmly established herself as one of the leading figures in P450 structure and mechanism studies.  Her work has had a tremendous impact not only on the field of drug metabolism, but also on a number of other related research related areas of significant clinical and public health concerns, such as lung cancer chemoprevention and mechanisms of chemical toxicity.  Dr. Scott presented the award lecture, titled “(CYP)2B or Not 2B: That is the Question,” on Tuesday, April 12 from 2:00-2:50 p.m. in room 140B of the Washington Convention Center.

Emily Scott

Emily E. Scott, Associate Professor, The University of Kansas