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AAPS has many opportunities for pharmaceutical scientists, ranging from educational offerings to development of leadership skills. One way to develop leadership skills is through volunteering, and AAPS offers numerous occasions for member to get involved in the functioning of the association. These include volunteering to serve on an AAPS committee, student chapter, focus group, or section and participating in the Visiting Scientist Program or at a mentoring event.
Every AAPS member is encouraged to share his or her insight, experience, and dedication to the industry by getting involved. Member volunteerism is what has carried AAPS through its first 25 years and will carry it through its future years. Think about giving back to your professional association.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
The AAPS Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Manufacturing Technology focus group is seeking volunteers to serve on the steering committee. Please contact Jaime Marach to volunteer.
The AAPS CRO focus group is seeking an undergraduate student to serve as a student representative on the steering committee. Please contact David Hartman to volunteer.
The AAPS Generic Pharmaceuticals focus group is seeking volunteers who have a background in chemistry and manufacturing, quality, and/or bioequivalence to serve on their steering committee and assist with programming development. If interested, please introduce yourself and the areas that are of interest to you by emailing Yu Chung Tsang.
The AAPS Non-clinical Dose Formulation Analysis focus group is in need of a chair-elect and a secretary for the 2014 term. All interested individuals are encouraged to contact Eric Bodle.
The AAPS Pharmaco-imaging focus group is seeking volunteers to serve on the steering committee. Please contact Immanuel Freedman to volunteer.
The AAPS Process Analytical Technology focus group is seeking volunteers to serve on the steering committee. Please contact Arya Jayatilaka to volunteer.
AAPS regional discussion group meetings are planned and organized by volunteers and their success depends entirely on the contributions of our members. Please contact the chair of the discussion group in your area to actively volunteer and advance the pharmaceutical sciences in your community.