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ASPET’s Division for Behavioral Pharmacology sponsors the P. B. Dews Award for Research in Behavioral Pharmacology to recognize outstanding lifetime achievements in research, teaching, and professional service in the field of Behavioral Pharmacology and to honor Peter Dews for his seminal contributions to the development of behavioral pharmacology as a discipline. The biennial award is supported by an endowment made possible by contributions from Aventis, Centre de Recherche Pierre Fabre, Eli Lilly, Harvard University, International Life Sciences Institute Caffeine Committee, Merck (San Diego), Pepsi Cola Company, Pfizer Central Research and Pfizer Global Research and Development, Pharmacia, Wyeth Research, and ASPET members.

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Contributions to the endowment fund are also welcome.

The Award consists of $1,000, a plaque, and partial travel expenses (up to $500) to attend the award ceremony at the ASPET Annual Meeting. The recipient will be invited by the Chair of the Division for Behavioral Pharmacology to deliver a special lecture on this occasion. The lecture will be published subsequently in an appropriate ASPET-sponsored publication.

There are no restrictions on nominees for this award. Nominations must be made by members of ASPET. Selection will be made by the P.B. Dews Award Committee, appointed by the President of ASPET with input from the Division for Behavioral Pharmacology.

Nomination Submission

Nominations shall be submitted using the ASPET Awards Portal using the login below and shall consist of:

  1. Description of the candidate’s major contributions, including scientific, teaching, and professional achievements (up to 1000 words max).
  2. Candidate’s curriculum vitae and bibliography.
  3. List of the candidate’s trainees.
  4. Six major publications provided as separate PDFs. 
  5. Brief biographical summary of the candidate and his/her work (up to 200 words max).

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Nomination Deadline

Nominations for the P.B. Dews Award are due by Friday, September 15, 2017.

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Last Updated: August 14, 2017

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