AIHP is now accepting applications for 2020 PhD Thesis Support Grants. The deadline for receipt of applications is February 1, 2020. Doctoral candidates in the fields of the history of pharmacy, pharmaceuticals, and medicine are encouraged to apply for research support grants of up to $2,000.
The AIHP PhD Thesis Support Grant is intended to encourage academic research of pharmaco-historical topics by doctoral candidates and offers a grant-in-aid of up to $2,000 to support historical investigations of some aspect of pharmacy. Any dissertation or thesis project devoted to the history of pharmacy, history of drugs, or other humanistic study utilizing a pharmaco-historical approach, is eligible. Recipients of the grant must provide a report to AIHP about their research within one year after receiving the grant money. Grant recipients must also agree to submit a paper based on their thesis project or dissertation for consideration for publication in Pharmacy in History within two years of receiving the grant.
AIHP is proud that many active historians in the fields of pharmacy, pharmaceuticals, and medicines are past recipients of PhD Thesis Support Grants. Past recipients include:
Individual Subscription For $75/year ($95/foreign) Institutional/Corporate subscription For $150/year ($170/foreign) Pharmacy Education Fund (Schools or College of Pharmacy) For $315/yearRead More
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