Awards

SANOFI is the sponsor of the “Maurice-Marie Janot Award” as well as the “Young Investigator Award”.

Maurice-Marie Janot is granted every two years, during the World Meeting on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology.

Young Investigator Award is granted every year, during the World Meeting on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology, or during the European Conferences on Pharmaceutics.

This year, due to the postponment of the World Meeting PBP, 3 awardees will be recognized at the 12th PBP World Meeting (11-14 May): Bob Langer with the Maurice-Marie Janot Award 2020, Eline Teirlinck wiht the Young Investigator Award 2020, and Raoul Diaz Salmeron with the Young Investigator Award 2021.

Maurice-Marie Janot Award 
An APGI Award sponsored by Sanofi

The Maurice-Marie Janot Award recognizes an individual researcher, also in the context of a team, for her/his contributions to the field of Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology.

The jury is composed of about 70 international members, known for their contributions to the pharmaceutical sciences.

The selection process: each jury member suggests candidates, based on their impact in the field of Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology. A large variety of domains is covered, ranging from basic to applied pharmaceutical research, including for example drug delivery, dosage form manufacturing and characterization, bioavailability enhancement, process optimization, poorly soluble drugs, and biopharmaceuticals.

No restrictions are made with respect to nationality, origin (industry or academia) or specialization (pharmacist or others) of the nominee. 

Yound Investigator Award 
An APGI Award sponsored by Sanofi

The “Young Investigator Award” recognizes the most outstanding doctoral thesis in the field of Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology every year.

APGI award