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The Louis S. Goodman and Alfred Gilman Award in Receptor Pharmacology was established in 1980 to recognize and stimulate outstanding research in pharmacology of biological receptors. Such research might provide a better understanding of the mechanisms of biological processes and potentially provide the basis for the discovery of drugs useful in the treatment of diseases.
The award is presented biennially, in even numbered years, at the award ceremony during the ASPET Annual Meeting. The award recipient receives the following:
- An invitation to deliver the Goodman and Gilman Award Lecture at the ASPET Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology.
- A $2,500 honorarium
- An engraved plaque
- Complimentary registration and travel expenses for the winner and spouse to attend the ASPET Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology
- The candidate must be an ASPET member.
- The nomination must be made by an ASPET member.
- No candidate may be nominated for more than one major ASPET award in any given year.
Criteria and Selection
- The award is to be made on the basis of outstanding, original research contributions as demonstrated in published work or submitted manuscripts as well as a record of accomplishments showing the candidate’s contributions to pharmacology of biological receptors as summarized in the nomination letter and CV.
- Selection will be made by the ASPET Awards Committee, appointed by the President of ASPET.
Nominations shall be submitted using the ASPET Awards Portal by logging into the box below. The nominations shall consist of:
- The candidate's curriculum vitae and bibliography in PDF.
- A brief biographical summary of the candidate and the importance of their work for use in award winner announcements (in no more than 150 words.)
- Six articles published or ready for publication that have direct
bearing on the award. Each document should be provided as a separate PDF.
- Letter of nomination in PDF with a summary that describes the importance of the candidate's work (in up to 1000 words.)