David Zimmerman Receives Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund Grant
Dr. David E. Zimmerman, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice in the School of Pharmacy, has received an award from the Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund Grant. The $8,518 award will help to find his research project on the evaluation of levetiracetam for seizure prophylaxis in patients with traumatic brain injury and the influence of body mass index.
The Duquesne University Faculty Development Fund is administered as a competitive grants program. FDF awards are seed money, designed to help faculty begin their scholarly work or initiate work in a new direction.
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