Eric Wentworth Martin – Pharmacist, Researcher, Author
For much of its history, the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) has bestowed awards in honor of certain members: Harold Swanberg, MD, the founder of the Association; Walter Alvarez, MD, in retirement, a nationally syndicated health columnist; Eric Martin, PhD, a pharmacist instrumental in professionalizing regulatory writing; and John McGovern, MD, a philanthropist who supported initiatives in biomedical communication. However, the details of the lives of these men are unknown to most AMWA members. Accordingly, this biography describes the life and accomplishments of Eric Martin, to recognize his achievements and to contribute to the history of the profession and of the Association.
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