Defining the Future Research Grants

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This grant program seeks to encourage doctor of pharmacy students and post-doctoral residents with an interest in psychiatric and neurologic disorders to investigate topics in line with the Foundation's mission and vision. Using a competitive selection process, the Foundation annually funds grants of up to $1500 each. Applications are due annually by August 31 and announced by October 1. Recipients must submit their findings as a poster presentation at the AAPP Annual Meeting the following year.


Student Chapter Impact Grants

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Student Chapter Impact Grants are a great opportunity for student chapters to receive funding for their projects and activities. Projects should meet one or more of the following goals:

  • Impact patient care
  • Address mental health disparities
  • Create awareness of psychiatric pharmacists and their value and contributions as members of the interprofessional treatment team
  • Expand interest in psychiatric pharmacy as a career
  • Reduce the stigma related to mental health and substance use disorders

Up to $6000 will be awarded annually.


COVID-19 Care Research Grants

The AAPP Foundation selected three recipients for COVID-19 Care Grant Awards that totaled $11,700. The AAPP Foundation Board of Directors was encouraged by all of the submissions focused on improving the quality of or access to psychiatric pharmacy care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you to everyone who applied and congratulations to the three principal investigators!

Grant recipient posters and presentations are now available online.


Student Registration Grants

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Thanks to the generous support of the AAPP Foundation, AAPP Past Presidents’ Destiny Fund, and AAPP members, 28 pharmacy students received Student Registration Grants for in-person attendance to AAPP 2023 in Atlanta, Texas! Awards are valued at $225, and recipients were selected based on the merits of their applications.