Summer Research Programs

Date: late May 2015 — late July 2015

Description

The UK College of Pharmacy offers two different ten-week programs for talented undergraduate and professional students to participate in paid research in Pharmaceutical Sciences or in Pharmaceutical Policy. Participants perform independent research , under the supervision of faculty mentors, graduate students or postdoctoral fellows, give a scientific presentation that describes their accomplishments, and have the opportunity to contribute to front-line research in either of these areas.

In the Traditional Pharmaceutical Sciences area (PS Application Form [pdf]), students can work with faculty who are engaged in research in areas ranging from pre-clinical studies of drug actions, to fundamental mechanisms of drug actions at the molecular level, to the design, synthesis, development and formulation of new drug products. This program allows undergraduate students to obtain hands-on laboratory experience in state-of-the-art research facilities.

Students interested in Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy will have the opportunity to apply methods and techniques of public policy planning and analysis to issues involving pharmaceuticals, pharmacy, pharmacists and pharmacies under the guidance of our nationally recognized faculty. 

Deadline

February 15, 2015, for Pharmaceutical Sciences
TBD 2015, for Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy

Who Should Apply

Current undergraduates who have completed their junior year by the beginning of the summer are encouraged to apply, but highly qualified sophomore students will also be considered. Students enrolled in a professional (PharmD) program are also encouraged to apply. Completion of courses in general biology, organic or analytical chemistry will help the student get the most from these experiences. Ideal candidates are students who are interested in entering a PhD doctoral program, who have better than a 3.3 GPA and, for the Traditional program, are pursuing an undergraduate major in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biology, or other Life Science.

Stipend

Students will receive a stipend for 10 weeks of work.

NOTE: This program IS NOT intended for students interested in pursuing the Pharm.D. degree at a College of Pharmacy.

For more information contact:

Catina Rossoll
SURP Coordinator
UK College of Pharmacy Graduate Program Office
789 S. Limestone Room 371
Lexington, KY 40536 0596
859-257-1998
cross2@email.uky.edu

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