Derendorf was an icon in the UF College of Pharmacy and a world-renowned expert in pharmacokinetics and pharmacometrics.
Derendorf received the award on March 22 at the opening session of the 2018 ASCPT Annual Meeting in Orlando.
Derendorf joins exclusively company as one of only two UF faculty members to win the award twice.
The panel will review a plan that details a research pathway designed to identify and develop a safe and effective medication formulary for future long-duration exploration spaceflight missions.
Dr. Hartmut Derendorf will serve as an ambassador of the University of Florida's academic and research achievements in his new alumni role.
UF College of Pharmacy Professors Maureen Keller-Wood (l) and…
The process of bringing one new drug to market can take a decade and hundreds of millions of dollars. Hartmut Derendorf, a distinguished professor in the UF College of Pharmacy, is finding ways to tighten expenses and shorten timelines while balancing patient variability, drug safety and effectiveness against all possible risks. His work was recognized by two national pharmacy organizations this year. In July he received the 2010 Volwiler Research Achievement Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy at its annual meeting in Seattle. “Dr. Derendorf is an exceptional leader and teacher. He is not only known for his incredible contributions to pharmaceutical education, but for his leadership and mentorship to advance research that is vital to the academic community,” said Lucinda L. Maine, Ph.D., R.Ph., AACP executive vice president and CEO, when she presented the award.