Master's Resident Practice-Based Research Grant

Application Deadline: January 18, 2018
Application Guidelines and Instructions 

Program Focus

  • The Master’s Resident Practice-Based Research grant supports practice-based research conducted by pharmacy residents in ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency programs that combine the completion of a residency and a master’s degree. 
  • The primary goal of the program is to support quality research to advance pharmacy practice. 
  • A secondary goal is to develop new investigators’ research skills while fostering the development of mentoring relationships with more experienced senior investigators.  
  • Applicants should utilize the recommendations from the PPMI Summit and the Ambulatory Care Conference & Summit in the PAI Resource Center to identify relevant topics for this grant program. Applicants' research should support the ASHP/ASHP Foundation Practice Advancement Initiative (PAI) and Ambulatory PAI. Visit the PAI website to identify relevant topics for this grant program.
  • Not Eligible: Clinical studies, including pharmacokinetics research and medication effectiveness studies, are not supported through this program.
Funding Information
Up to four (4) $5,000 grants will be awarded. Grants will be awarded to pharmacy residents to provide funding for specific practice-based research related to advancing pharmacy practice and are not intended for long-term support of research programs. Facilities and administrative cost rates that do not exceed 8 percent of the total requested budget are allowed. 

Application Process
Please submit applications using the electronic application process when available. Full eligibility requirements and application procedures are included in the application instructions. 
Create an online application. 

Proposed Timeline for the 2017-2018 Offering
  • Applications Available: October 4, 2017 
  • Application Deadline: January 18, 2018 
  • Grantees Announced: March 2018
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Helpful Resources 
Grant Recipients
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