Press Kit

AAPSPressKitThe AAPS Press Kit is available online with the option to print or download. 

The AAPS Press Kit includes: who we are, a snapshot of AAPS members, background on the pharmaceutical sciences, scientific news and research, information on AAPS meetings, AAPS social media, and much more!

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Who We Are

AAPS, founded in 1986, is an individual membership society composed of pharmaceutical scientists who have joined together to serve the public and their own common professional interests. AAPS currently boasts approximately 12,000 members. AAPS is not a trade organization. AAPS is a nonprofit organization that serves as an educational, scientific, and scholarly body.

AAPS offers vital benefits to the pharmaceutical scientists who constitute its membership, including two annual meetings; numerous conferences, workshops, symposia, and other networking opportunities; print publications; student chapters; the AAPS Career Center; and elearning and online initiatives, such as The AAPS Journal and AAPS PharmSciTech scientific journals. AAPS recognizes its responsibility to support and encourage high standards of education for pharmaceutical scientists and to actively participate in the international scientific community.

Pharmaceutical Scientist Expert Resource Service  

The world of pharmaceutical science is filled with exciting stories and thought-provoking personalities. AAPS' Pharmaceutical Scientist Expert Resource Service quickly accommodates media requests for interviews. This service allows editors, writers, and broadcasters to share in-depth information from top experts with readers, listeners, and viewers.

Our knowledgeable sources will be happy to provide background information across the broad range of the pharmaceutical sciences. The Pharmaceutical Scientist Expert Resource Service instantly refers reporters directly to accessible, knowledgeable, and reliable pharmaceutical scientists with expertise in areas such as:

  • drug discovery and development interface,
  • biotechnology,
  • physical pharmacy and biopharmaceutics,
  • formulation design and development,
  • pharmacokinetics,
  • pharmacodynamics and drug metabolism,
  • manufacturing science and engineering,
  • clinical pharmacology and translational research,
  • regulatory science.

For instance, to whom can you turn for expertise in the areas of pharmacogenomics, drug safety and regulation, drug delivery systems, vaccine development, or dietary supplements? AAPS can put you in touch with experts who know these hot issues inside and out.

To access this service, contact the Pharmaceutical Scientist Expert Resource Service.


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