The Resident Research Series at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy incorporates a structured educational series with longitudinal research working groups. This approach provides a foundation for performing research, gives appropriate mentorship, fosters interactive discussions, allows peer critiques and individual accountability for each resident project.
Residents are responsible for the completion of all aspects of their project, from conceptualization to final manuscript preparation.The Resident Research Series provides a small group learning environment where research related topics and resident projects are discussed over the course of the residency year with mentorship by faculty at the School of Pharmacy with extensive research experience.The Resident Research Day is held each June at the School of Pharmacy which provides residents the opportunity to present their research.
|Carlo Iasella, PharmD, MPH, BCPS
W1228-2B Starzl Biomedical Science Tower,
200 Lothrop St,
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
|Sandra L. Kane-Gill, PharmD, MS, FCCM, FCCP
Professor of Pharmacy and Therapeutics in
the School of Pharmacy
Secondary appointment in the School of Medicine,
Clinical Translational Science Institute,
Critical Care Medicine and Biomedical Informatic,
Member of the Center for Critical Care Nephrology
and Medical Machine Learning
University of Pittsburgh