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AAPS announces 2010 Fellows
Date:11/15/2010

delivery systems since 1993, and has worked on several concepts that moved into clinical evaluation, as improved delivery systems for vaccines, including mucosal vaccines, to avoid the need to administer vaccines by injection. He is the author of over 120 original research publications and is inventor on over 50 filed patents.

Bernard Olsen, Ph.D. is a consultant at Olsen Pharmaceutical Consulting. Over his 30-year career, he has supported the development or manufacture of 25 commercial drugs and numerous developmental drugs. In particular, he is an expert in the analysis of drugs to determine their quality. He has developed many procedures and novel approaches to aid in reducing drug impurities, and for use in quality control. He also demonstrated how rapid measurement techniques could be used to detect and combat counterfeit drugs.

Eric B. Sheinin, Ph.D. is President of Sheinin & Associates LLC, a consulting firm to the pharmaceutical industry. He is recognized for his contributions to the maintenance of the quality of pharmaceutical products marketed in the United States, as well as in other regions of the world. Dr. Sheinin worked at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for 30 years, and then at the United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc. for six years.

Steven J. Swanson, Ph.D. is head of Clinical Immunology at Amgen, and has focused his career on developing new tests to provide a better understanding of whether biological therapeutics cause patients to develop antibodies that would prevent these new drugs from working appropriately. He has made major scientific contributions to the understanding of the immunogenicity of therapeutic proteins, a major safety concern for biotherapeutics. This includes pioneer work using new technologies to detect and characterize antibodies that develop after administration of therapeutic proteins, using the results from these technologies to better understand the immun
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Contact: Joseph Catapano
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American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
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