The American College of Clinical Pharmacology, or ACCP, recognized Amelia Deitchman, Pharm.D., a Ph.D. candidate in the department of pharmaceutics, for outstanding engagement with ACCP events and contributions to the organization.
Deitchman has been a Student Member of ACCP since 2013, and served as the founding Chair of the UF Gator Student Chapter. She now serves as the co-chair of the Student, Trainee & Young Professional Committee and has served on the 2016 and 2017 Annual Meeting Program Committees. Deitchman is also involved in ACCP outreach to collaborate with other professional societies as a member of the leadership team for the joint ISoP-ACCP Clinical Pharmacometrics Special Interest Group. She works under the advisement of Hartmut Derendorf, Ph.D., on her doctoral research of “Tigecycline-Tetracycline Co-Administration for the Treatment of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.”
“ACCP has provided me with various opportunities to hear about cutting-edge research, gain continuing education credits and network with experts in the field of clinical pharmacology,” Deitchman said. “The connections and advice I have received as a trainee have been invaluable in shaping my view of and direction in the field. I am truly grateful to have had so many opportunities to be involved in various committees and work with the wonderful membership and staff.”