>ACROBiosystems brings ACRO Scholarship to American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientist (AAPS) Student Chapters
Pittsburgh, PA- [January 17th, 2020]— Duquesne University, co-hosted with University of Pittsburgh and West Virginia University AAPS student chapters successfully organized 11th Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Symposium, an annual research symposium among those three elite pharmacy schools. This regional meeting attracts more than 150 attendees including faculties, graduate students, PharmD students, and undergraduate students.
ACROBiosystems Inc. sponsored ACRO Scholarship to all the first-place poster winners, including Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacy Administration opening for graduate students and one “Best Poster” prize opening for undergraduate students. This scholarship aims to help with the early career development of young pharmaceutical scientists on campus and encourage them to participate in multidisciplinary research related activities.
“This event turned out to be a great success. All the attendees enjoyed this event very much,” said Zhuoya Wan, the president of AAPS student chapter of University of Pittsburgh. Michele Herneisey, the President of AAPS student Chapter of Duquesne University also expressed her sincere thanks to ACROBiosystems, said: “We greatly appreciate ACRO’s sponsorship. Without their support, we won’t be able to have such a successful event.”
“We are delighted and honored to be part of this event. ACRO is a vibrant, caring and responsible business. With our rapid growth, we sincerely feel the importance of giving back to the community. We hope ACRO scholarship can encourage these young scientists to devote themselves to sciences. In the future, we will continue to do this kind of activity and help more and more young professionals.” said Mike Chen, CEO of ACROBiosystems.
ACROBiosystems is an internationally recognized manufacturer of recombinant proteins committed to providing excellence and accelerating the process of target therapeutic development. ACROBiosystems specializes in mammalian cell-based recombinant protein production and design of critical reagents for early and late stages of drug development. Our goal is to support professionals from pharmaceutical companies, CROs and research institutes who are working on the immunotherapy area by providing high-quality proteins, assay kits and technical resources. ACROBiosystems’ Innovation Lab in Newark, Delaware, offers service capabilities that complement the existing portfolio of over 1,400 recombinant proteins.
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