The professional distinction of ISoP Fellow was established in 2014. Annually, ISoP elevates select ISoP members to Fellow in recognition of their dedication and sustained support and service to the society. There is no limit established on the number of ISoP Fellows to be inducted every year (i.e., can be more than one or none).
Purpose of this Award
The purpose of ISoP Fellowships are to recognize scientists for their professional excellence and superior impact in pharmacometrics, and for their substantial volunteering work for ISoP.
The candidate(s) must:
- be an ISoP member for no less than five consecutive years
- have volunteered in committees with ISoP (or ACoP prior to the establishment of ISoP in 2011) and offered significant service to the society.
- have completed their highest degree plus 10 years of service in the field of pharmacometrics
- have been promoted to associate/full professor or to a corresponding level of impact in the pharmaceutical industry, government agencies, or consulting companies
- have gained national and international recognition in the field of pharmacometrics
- have a track record of first or senior author publications in quality peer-reviewed scientific journals relevant to pharmacometrics
- not be a currently serving member of the ISoP Board of Directors or ISoP Awards Committee
Nomination Procedure and Package
- Nominations can be made by any ISoP member
- The call for nominations to this Award is open through the published deadline.
- The nomination package should contain:
- Nomination letter. The letter must clearly document the candidate’s scientific credentials in pharmacometrics including service to ISoP. Nominators must emphasize on why the nominated candidate should be considered, above all others, for distinction as an ISoP Fellow.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) of the nominee. The CV should contain sufficient information on the candidate’s scientific credentials in pharmacometrics and service for ISoP to inform the selection process without additional research.
- The nomination package must be sent by the call deadline to: email@example.com
The selection of the ISoP Fellow(s) will be based on the criteria listed above with greater consideration for the candidates’ scientific credentials in pharmacometrics and significant service to ISoP. The procedure of selection will follow 3 steps:
- Individual scoring of the nominated candidates by the ISoP Awards Committee members
- Ranking of the nominated candidates based on the highest total score and recommendation of the recipient by the ISoP Awards Committee
- Approval of the Fellow(s) by the ISoP Board
Notification of Award
- The recipient of the award will be notified via email promptly after selection
- The recipient will be requested to RSVP within 15 days as to accept/decline the Award
- The name of the newly elected Fellows will be publicly announced to the ISoP community promptly after selection
Recognition of Award Recipient
The recipient(s) of the ISoP Fellowship(s) will be recognized at the opening ceremony of the ACoP Annual Meeting. The recipient(s) will receive a plaque and the ACoP Annual Meeting registration fee will be reimbursed by ISoP.
Only ISoP Fellows have the privilege to use the letters “FISoP” after their names.
2014 Richard Brundage, David D’Argenio, Marc Gastonguay, Raymond Miller, Marc Pfister, Stacey Tannenbaum
2016 Jill Fiedler-Kelly, Nick Holford, William Jusko, Mats Karlsson
2017 Jogarao Gobburu, Donald Mager, Stephen Duffull, Jeffrey Barrett, France Mentré
2018 Danièle Ouellet, Yaning Wang
2019 Rene Bruno, Brian Corrigan, Matthew Riggs