Pharmacy Resident Practice-Based Research Grant

The 2018 application cycle is now closed. Please check back for information about our next program offering or sign up for the ASHP Foundation Enews for the latest information.

Program Focus
The Pharmacy Resident Practice-Based Research grant supports practice-based research conducted by residents in ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency programs. This includes research conducted by PGY1 and PGY2 residents and residents in a program that combines residency with a master’s degree. Only ASHP members are eligible to apply.
  • The primary goal of the program is to support quality research to advance pharmacy practice. 
  • A secondary goal is to develop new investigators’ research skills while fostering the development of mentoring relationships with more experienced senior investigators.  
  • Visit the PAI website to identify relevant topics for this grant program.
  • Examples may include studies that evaluate the pharmacy practice in health systems such as the utilization of technology, role changes for the pharmacists and non-pharmacists, improving innovative patient care opportunities for pharmacists, or evaluating outcomes. 
  • Clinical studies, including pharmacokinetics research and medication effectiveness studies, are not supported through this program.

Funding Information
Up to eight $5,000 grants will be awarded. Grants will be awarded to pharmacy residents to provide funding for specific practice-based research related to advancing pharmacy practice models and are not intended for long-term support of research programs. Facilities and administrative cost rates that do not exceed 8 percent of the total requested budget are allowed.

Timeline for the 2018-2019 Program Offering
• Applications available: August 1, 2018
• Application deadline: November 1, 2018

How to Submit a Successful Application Webinar
Watch the recording of this webinar to learn more about the grant and the entire application process.

Helpful Resources
Webinar series "Essentials of Practice-Based Research for Pharmacists"
• Residency Research Tips

Grant Recipients
Learn more about grants funded in previous years.