Pharmacy's McDaniel and Davis receive funding from American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education
Harrison School of Pharmacy, or HSOP, graduate students Brandy Davis and Cassidi McDaniel recently received prestigious pre-doctoral fellowships from the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education, or AFPE. For both, it is the second year they have received the fellowships in the social and administrative sciences category. The primary goal of the AFPE Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship program is to positively impact patient and public health by supporting high performing students who possess the skill and aptitude to become outstanding scientists and leaders in the pharmaceutical industry, academia and the government/nonprofit sectors.
Davis, a Ph.D. student pursuing the health outcomes research and policy option, is working under Dr. Kimberly Garza on a project titled “Implementing a depression screening and referral service in rural community pharmacies: A mixed methods comparative case study." McDaniel, a Ph.D. student pursuing the health outcomes research and policy option, is working under Dr. C. Edward Chou on a project titled “Improving access to quality care for rural residents with diabetes: developing a framework for care transitions and policy implications."
Submitted by: Matt Crouch