This regency election marks Grundmann’s third major recognition from ACCP.
Researchers in the UF College of Pharmacy teamed with collaborators in Singapore to study a novel drug candidate called Apratoxin S4.
The awards celebrate the collaboration and innovation of those who have had an exceptional impact on career development and career engagements within the 2018-19 academic year.
Aldrich is one of 70 ACS members to receive the honor. Other fellows admitted this year include those from NASA, GlaxoSmithKline and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Aldrich will serve a three-year term and receive a $5,000 award.
The department recognized several graduate students with awards during the June 11 ceremony.
James will begin a four-year term for the study section on July 1.
For the first time, UF investigators will be able to compare the effects of kratom in its traditional form — as a tea made from fresh leaves — versus the way westerners consume it — as dried leaves.
The manuscript titled “A Promiscuous Cytochrome P450 Hydroxylates Aliphatic and Aromatic C-H Bonds of Aromatic 2,5-Diketopiperazines” additionally was designated a “very important paper.”