Agreement Provides Funding for Graduate Education

Published Online: Thursday, July 1, 2004

The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) has entered into an agreement with Cardinal Health to help support educational opportunities in the pharmaceutical sciences. The partnership establishes funding for 300 graduate and postdoctoral students toward membership in the association.

"One of the best ways AAPS can advance the future direction of the pharmaceutical sciences is to actively recruit and involve the students of today," said AAPS President Mario Rocci, PhD.

AAPS has >1200 student and 240 postdoctoral members and supports 34 chapters at Schools of Pharmacy in the United States and Canada. The AAPS chapters allow students to increase their awareness of career opportunities in the pharmaceutical sciences and gain access to educational opportunities.

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