U-M Pharmacy Students Place 2nd in ACCP Clinical Research Challenge
The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy's team placed second overall in the American Colleges of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Clinical Research Challenge, out of 82 teams that entered the competition. Congratulations!
Second Place Team: University of Michigan College of Pharmacy
Proposal Title: The effects of the Pharmacy-Run Intensive Education in Diabetes (PhRIEND) initiative on hypoglycemia
Student Team Members: Joseph English, Joseph Haroney, David Schapiro
Faculty Liaison: Michael Dorsch, Pharm.D. M.S., FCCP, BCCP
The competition consists of teams of three pharmacy students participating in an online journal club for the opportunity to submit a research proposal. Teams achieving the top 40 scores following the Round 1 Journal Club will advance to Round 2: Letter of Intent submission. Teams achieving the top 20 scores after Round 2 will be invited to submit a full research proposal. This novel competition is targeted towards pharmacy students in their first two years of their first professional pharmacy degree program.