Sixteen Honoured by Global Pharmacy Body

Sixteen pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists from nine countries were honoured at the opening ceremony of the 75th World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Düsseldorf, Germany today.

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Düsseldorf, Germany - Sixteen pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists from nine countries were honoured at the opening ceremony of the 75th World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Düsseldorf, Germany today.

Their contribution to pharmacy was recognised through a number of awards from the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP). Two of these were the federation's highest awards, recognising excellence in the fields of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical sciences, namely:

André Bédat Award

Dr Thomas Lönngren (Sweden)

Høst Madsen Medal

Professor Hans Junginger (Germany)

Other awards presented today were:

Lifetime Achievement in Pharmacy Practice Award

Professor Theo D.K. Raynor (UK)

Distinguished Practice Award

Dr Régis Vaillancourt (Canada)

Joseph A. Oddis Award for Exceptional Service to FIP

Professor Henri R. Manasse, Jr. (USA)

FIP Fellowships

Professor Claire Anderson (UK)

Mrs Jane Dawson (New Zealand)

Dr Jennifer Dressman (Germany)

Dr Linda Hakes (Germany)

Mr Dominique Jordan (Switzerland)

Professor Jennifer Marriott (Australia)

Dr Rebekah Moles (Australia)

Professor Hiroshi Suzuki (Japan)

Dr Agathe Wehrli (Switzerland)

Professor Albert I. Wertheimer (USA)

Mr Nobuo Yamamoto (Japan)