Research Support

College of Pharmacy Research Office

Linda Dwoskin, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research

Greg Graf, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Translational Research

Julie Oestreich, Pharm.D., Ph.D., Director of the Research Office

Alla Arnold, M.A., Senior College Grants Officer

Courtney Perkins, Grants and Administrative Coordinator

Research Publication Highlights

The Research Office facilitates automatic enrollment of all publications from College of Pharmacy investigators for selection of a monthly winner by the Research Advisory Council. Highlight winners present their research at a research symposium to determine the Publication of the Year, which includes travel funds for trainees.

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Proposal Diagnostics

Investigators are encouraged to receive comments and suggestions on their research ideas and proposals by scheduling proposal diagnostics meetings. These meetings consist of sharing your ideas or proposal documents with a group of faculty members from the college and university and in some cases, external reviewers. The Concept Review allows investigators to fine tune preliminary hypotheses and ideas with minimal background and preliminary data. The Aims Review is recommended 180 days prior to submission for critique of the aims page and identification of key missing preliminary data. Complete grant proposals are comprehensively vetted during the Project Intensive Review with internal and paid external reviewers (recommended 90 days prior to submission). The A1 Review focuses on critique interpretation and critical changes for resubmission.

To schedule a Proposal Diagnostics meeting, contact Julie Oestreich.

Funding Opportunities

Research Centers

  • Center for Pharmaceutical Research and Innovation (CPRI)
  • Institute for Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy (IPOP)
  • Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice (CAPP)
  • Molecular Modeling and Biopharmaceutical Center (MMBC)
  • Center for Pharmaceutical Development