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AAPS 2010 Science Award Winners: Pavan Vaddady


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Interviews with the 2010 AAPS Science Award Winners



Pavan Vaddady
PhD candidate, Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

Award: Eli Lilly Graduate Student Symposium Award in Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics, Drug Metabolism and Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Research for research in "Pharmacokinetic Evaluation of a Novel Spectinamide Series of Antituberculosis Agents"

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