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Intel ISEF 2014 Special Awards Organization Profile

 

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American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists

Website:
http://www.aaps.org

 

The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) is a professional scientific organization of approximately 11,000 members dedicated to the discovery, development and manufacture of pharmaceutical products and therapies through advances of science and technology. AAPS provides an international forum for the exchange of knowledge among scientists to enhance their contributions to health. We offer timely scientific programs, ongoing education, opportunities for networking, and professional development.

 

Why We Participate

The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists is a proud participant of the Intel ISEF and values the importance of advances in STEM disciplines in the discovery, development and manufacturing of pharmaceutical products and therapies. AAPS values students as the future of this organization, and currently supports 86 student chapters in 18 countries.

 

 

2014 Awards Offered

First Award of $2,000

Second Award of $1,000

Third Award of $500

Fourth Award of $250

 

Intel ISEF 2014 Awards

First Award of $2,000

Andrew Jin

Steven Wang

Rational Discovery and Optimization of Synergistic Chemotherapy Combinations: A Novel Framework Integrating Gene Perturbation Analysis and Machine Learning Algorithms

 

Second Award of $1,000

Robin Krystufek

Novel Inorganic Metallacarborane Inhibitors of HIV-1 Protease

 

Third Award of $500

Axel Feldmann

Search Engine to Map FDA Approved Drugs to Diseases Based on Microarray Data Mined from GEO

 

Fourth Award of $250

Sara Sakowitz

A Novel Approach for Metastatic Breast Cancer Therapy: Pharmacological Inhibition of EZH2 Histone Methyl Transferase Activity Suppresses Cancer Stem Cells and Induces Epithelial Phenotype

 

Fourth Award of $250

Emily Pang

Investigating the Opposing Roles of Oncoprotein gC1qR and Tumor Suppressive cC1qR as Mechanisms for Inhibiting Cancer Pathogenesis

 

 

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