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Philippe Shubik Award

 

Shubik_award.jpgIn honor of The Toxicology Forum's founding president, the award formerly known as the "Distinguished Scientist Award" has been renamed "The Philippe Shubik Distinguished Scientist Award."  This award recognizes an individual who has led a long and productive career in toxicology and who has made significant and noteworthy contributions to our field, including all aspects of traditional and regulatory toxicology.  The recipient of this award will have played a leading role in the development of toxicology concepts and mechanisms or guidelines that have made significant and long-term change in important regulatory policies. The award is presented annually at the winter meeting of The Toxicology Forum. 

 

  

Nomination Process


Nominations for the 2020 Philippe Shubik Award will be accepted through November 22. In addition to submitting your nomination using the online form, please send a copy of your nominee’s CV to Kevin Merritt (info@toxforum.org) in The Toxicology Forum Office.

Submit your nomination

  

Criteria

 

  • Long and productive career in toxicology
  • Serving as a dedicated mentor and taking a leading role in developing future generations of toxicologists
  • Significant and noteworthy contributions to the field, including all aspects of traditional and regulatory toxicology
  • Leader in the development of toxicology concepts and mechanisms or guidelines that have made significant and long-term change in important regulatory policies

 

Recipient Archives

   

Review past honorees of the Philippe Shubik Distinguished Scientist Award.