Profs Aslani and Chen honoured at FIP Congress

Prof Aslani accepts her fellowship

Two Australians have been recognised for their services to pharmacy at the opening ceremony of the 76th World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Professor Parisa Aslani (pictured above) and Professor Timothy Chen (below) were each awarded a FIP fellowship.

FIP also presented its Distinguished Science Award to Professor Shinji Yamashita (Japan; collected by Dr Teruko Imai), and its Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP to Dr Dieter Steinbach (Germany).

FIP Fellowships were awarded to:

  • Professor Ralph Altiere (USA);
  • Professor Michael Anisfeld (USA);
  • Professor Parisa Aslani (Australia);
  • Mr Thony Björk (Sweden);
  • Professor Timothy Chen (Australia);
  • Mrs Manjiri Gharat (India);
  • Professor Michiho Ito (Japan); and
  • Ms Lindsay McClure (United Kingdom).

An FIP Fellowship recognises individual members of FIP who have exhibited strong leadership internationally, who have distinguished themselves in pharmacy practice or the pharmaceutical sciences, who have contributed to the advancement of the practice of pharmacy or pharmaceutical sciences, and who have served FIP.

FIP Fellows may use the designation “FFIP”.


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