AACP Academic Leadership Fellows Program

Mylan School of Pharmacy

Several School of Pharmacy faculty members have participated in the American Association Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Academic Leadership Fellows Program. The national program aims to develop leaders who will be prepared to make significant contributions to academic pharmacy and their home institutions. It involves four sessions in residence throughout the year, including a research project. The participant is supported by an ongoing informal program of mentoring and introduction to leadership roles. The sessions take place in August, November, February and July, where participants must present their group research project at the Annual Association of Colleges of Pharmacy meeting. Dr. Khalid Kamal is participating the program this year. Previous participants from the Mylan School of Pharmacy include Dean J. Douglas Bricker, Dr. James K. Drennen, III, Dr. Christopher Surratt, and Dr. Monica Skomo.

Mylan School of Pharmacy

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