Past AFPE Fellows
"I am honored to receive such a prestigious award and I am deeply appreciative of your support. Your generosity will help me achieve my goals. There have been many obstacles along the way, but by awarding me with the Pre-Doctoral Award in Pharmaceutical Science you have lightened my financial burden and have reassured my determination in my research. There are no words to express how grateful I am and how much your support means to me. I hope one day to pass on this generosity by helping other young researchers achieve their goals and to further the scientific community through research.
"I am grateful and honored to be a recipient of this prestigious fellowship. This award has helped me make a smoother transition into graducate school and has provided opportunities to which I would not otherwise have had access. The AFPE Rho-Chi fellowship has allowed me to attend out-of-town workshops and trainings that will be greatly beneficial in my graduate career and beyond.
"I am very honored and humbled to have been chosen as an AFPE Gateway Research Scholar. My entire College of Pharmacy is bustling with enthusiasm! I look forward to contributing to AFPE and helping advance pharmaceutical education.
"Selection as an AFPE Fellow gave me encouragement and recognition as a potential leader in the field of drug development and design. The financial stipend was crucial to my graduate study. Without it, I could not have continued and finished the program.
- Kuangshi "
"By having secured external funding fromAFPE in national competition, my advisor and department were willing to give me more opportunities, such as teaching pharmacy students and completing a grant writing class that helped me develop the important “soft” skills I need to be competitive for employment in industry, government, or academia.
- Marie "
"The AFPE Fellowship contributed substantially to my preparations for a career in the pharmaceutical sciences. In addition to the prestige associated with this honor, the stipend permitted me to obtain resources essential for my professional development that are not available to most graduate students.
- Michael "