The U-M College of Pharmacy recently hosted the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Mentored Research Investigator Training and Focused Investigator Training programs. This is the third year that this program has been held at U-M Pharmacy.
The College has created the Sabbatical Connections Program, which offers a sabbatical appointment to faculty to support their research, while fostering a reciprocal relationship with faculty and departments at minority serving institutions.
University of Michigan College of Pharmacy faculty members recently returned from Taipei, Taiwan, where they attended National Taiwan University School of Pharmacy’s first Research Day and International Conference.
“Dr. Miller is an effective, enthusiastic, and patient preceptor. I am leaving the rotation with a newfound appreciation and interest in critical care medicine. His excitement for and interest in the topics that we discussed was contagious.”
“Students who participate in PFS-Pharm will have the opportunity to build their academic skill set, through tutoring and advising, their professional skill set, through presentations and shadowing, and their understanding of the broad field that is pharmacy,” explains Dr. Regina McClinton.