Who Inspires You?
Nominations are now open for The Medicine Maker Power List – our annual celebration of the most influential individuals in the pharmaceutical industry
Ask yourself: Who is driving the field forward? Who is disrupting the status quo? Who inspires me? Whose hard work would I like to see recognized?
Nominations for The Medicine Maker Power List 2023 are open – this is your chance to help curate the great minds of the pharma industry.
Please scroll down to the bottom of the page to access the nomination form.
Frequently asked questions
Who can I nominate?
Anybody making a difference in the marvelous world of making medicines.
And we’re not just talking about company CEOs and directors. Manufacturing staff, process engineers, formulators, site managers, regulators, drug discoverers, supply chain specialists, clinical trial experts, academics whose blue sky thinking initiates new discoveries that can transform the industry, and more besides – everyone is welcome.
How do I nominate?
Simply fill out our online form below.
All nominations will be considered. Due to the volume of entries, we will only contact those selected to be included on the final list.
Can I nominate myself?
Yes, if you must!
When do nominations close?
February 3, 2023
What does the Power List look like?
You can view our 2022 Power List here.
When will the final list be published?
April 2023 – sign up for our newsletters for updates.
Get in touch! Our Editor, Stephanie Sutton, is happy to answer any queries: [email protected]
Making great scientific magazines isn’t just about delivering knowledge and high quality content; it’s also about packaging these in the right words to ensure that someone is truly inspired by a topic. My passion is ensuring that our authors’ expertise is presented as a seamless and enjoyable reading experience, whether in print, in digital or on social media. I’ve spent fourteen years writing and editing features for scientific and manufacturing publications, and in making this content engaging and accessible without sacrificing its scientific integrity. There is nothing better than a magazine with great content that feels great to read.