Department of Pharmaceutical Systems and Policy

Graduate Student Accomplishments

National Recognition of Graduate Students

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2016
Outstanding Student Chapter Award, ISPOR 21st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
Best Podium Presentation Award, ISPOR 21st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
Poster Award Finalist, ISPOR 21st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
Distinguished Service Award, ISPOR 21st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC


2015
First and Second Prize for best poster award, Van Liere
Second Prize for Best Chapter Award, ISPOR 20th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA
First Place for Best Poster Award, ISPOR 20th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA


2014
Second Prize for best poster award, Van Liere
First Place at Graduate Students Research Competition, ISPOR 19th Annual Congress, Montreal, CA
Poster Finalist Award, ISPOR 19th Annual Congress, Montreal, CA
Second Place, Poster Presentation, Drug Information Association, San Diego, CA


2013
First and Second Prize for best poster award, Van Liere
Third Place, at Graduate Students Research Competition, ISPOR 18th Annual Congress, New Orleans, LA
Best Student Podium Presentation, ISPOR 18th Annual Congress, New Orleans, LA


2012
First and Second Prize for best poster award, Van Liere
First prize for best poster are American Public Health Association
Third place, at Graduate Students Research Competition, ISPOR 17th Annual Congress, Washington, D.C.


2011
First Prize for best poster award, Van Liere


2009
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research - Graduate Student Research competition - First Place
Best chapter – Second Place


2008
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research - Graduate Student Research competition - Second Place


2006    
Drug Information Association – Second Place
Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals Graduate Recognition Award


2005    
International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology – First Place
Drug Information Association – First Place
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research - 16 accepted abstracts; 2 best student paper awards and 2 ‘High Impact’ study recognition


2004
American Academy of Family Practice Scientific Assembly 2004 – First Place
Drug Information Association – First Place
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research – 12 accepted abstracts (Ranked in the top 5 along with U of Texas, USC, Maryland, Harvard, UNC among schools in volume of research presented)


2003
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research – 11 accepted abstracts; 3 awards ( 1 best poster, 2 best podium)


2002
International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research – 7 accepted abstracts;  1 best poster award
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