The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy is pleased to announce that the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education (AFPE) will once again sponsor three AACP Social and Administrative Sciences (SAS) Section Summer Research Exchange Mentorship Program awards for summer 2021. These awards of $2,500 each will support student pharmacists as they pursue research with host mentors outside of their home institutions.
Scholarship Recipients for 2021
- Tiffany Cadwallader, Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy – host mentor Karen B. Farris, Ph.D., University of Michigan College of Pharmacy
- Grace Trull, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy – host mentor Lindsey A. Hohmann, Pharm.D., Ph.D., Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy
- Arlene Tran, Marshall B. Ketchum University College of Pharmacy – host mentor Nathaniel M. Rickles, Pharm.D., Ph.D., BCPP, University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy
The SAS Research Exchange Mentorship Program is intended to foster interest in research and SAS-related graduate education among student pharmacists. The program is open to P1-P3 students, who complete a research experience with a SAS faculty member outside their home institution, building their professional network and skills for residency, fellowship, and further graduate studies.
The three AFPE scholarship winners are part of a group of 23 student pharmacists from 15 pharmacy schools selected to participate in the 2021 exchange program with host mentors at seven schools. This is the largest cohort in the history of the program, which is in its fifth year.
The SAS Section intends to run the Research Exchange Mentorship Program in summer 2022, with AFPE again offering awards to highly meritorious applicants. Additional information and application instructions will be available in fall 2021.