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Rodney Ho recognized with AACP Volwiler Research Achievement Award

We are so proud to learn that Professor Rodney Ho has been named the recipient of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Volwiler Research Achievement Award.

The research prize in academic pharmacy was established in honor of the late Ernest H. Volwiler, former president and research director of Abbott Laboratories.

Each year, the Award honors an individual within the ranks of pharmacy education who is recognized by his or her peers as one of the leading researchers in a given area of the pharmaceutical and clinical sciences, pharmacy practice and the social and administrative sciences, and for outstanding contributions to the respective disciplines.

This award consists of a gold medal and a $5,000 prize which are presented to the Award winner.

Rodney is the second UWSOP faculty member to receive this prestigious award. In 2011, UWSOP Dean Emeritus Sidney Nelson, ’68, received the Volwiler Award.


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