The PharmD Scholarly Project is designed to allow students to develop analytical thinking skills and expose students to the process of scientific inquiry. It encompasses a wide variety of categories including specialty pharmacy, transitions of care, pain management, ambulatory care pharmacy, infectious diseases, and public health.
Students begin working on their projects in their second year, culminating in an annual Scholarly Project Symposium during which third-year pharmacy students present original research projects to an audience of alumni, faculty, and staff.
If you have an idea for a research project you would be interested in advising and that would benefit you, you can submit your proposal by clicking the link below. Each Fall (September-January), we collect ideas for students to complete during the following two academic years. We accept proposals from a wide range of partners in addition to the College of Pharmacy faculty, including the School of Medicine faculty, College of Nursing faculty, community and clinical pharmacists, public health officials, and others. You are welcome to share this form with anyone who you think would be qualified and interested in advising a student research project.