Funding Opportunities Available

Funding Opportunities Available

We have millions of dollars to award for our 2015 grants and fellowships. Please send this information to your premier young scientists who are eligible to apply. We have a 50 year history of supporting and rewarding innovative researchers. Join this prestigious group and escalate research and innovation in pharmaceutical science.

We are pleased to present our 2015 PhRMA Foundation brochures for the following program.
Program links and deadline dates are as follows:

Adherence Evaluation
Adherence Improvement
Center of Excellence for Comparative Effectiveness Research

Deadline for all programs are on September 1, 2014.

Please print, post and share this information with all members of your department

Visit our website at for more detailed information about all of our programs.
Contact us at if you would like any additional information, or if you would like to receive hardcopies of these brochures.

Our awards in Clinical Pharmacology, Health Outcomes, and Translational Medicine and Therapeutics will be offered later this year with a deadline date of February 1, 2015″

TGIP (Postdoc Night Out)


Our next TGIP (postdoc night out) is Thursday, July 17th at 7pm at Candela Tapas Lounge. Come and make new friends or hang out with old ones in an unique environment.

DCPDA will provide delicious tapas and drinks!
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DCPDA Spring Meeting: Wednesday, May 14th, Rubin 503 East

We will be holding the Postdoctoral spring meeting on May 14th at noon at 503 East in the Borwell Building at DHMC.
Each term we hold a meeting where we discuss current issues regarding Postdocs and future events. Your attendance is highly encouraged and your input is invaluable.
If you are unable to attend yet have some questions/suggestions please feel free to e-mail us
DCPDA will provide food


Negotiating a Faculty Position

If you are thinking about a career in academia please join us for our next DCPDA workshop on “Negotiating a Faculty Position” on Tuesday, May 13 from 12-1:30 PM in Vail 513. 
Our panelists are going to be Prof. Yaniv Dover (Tuck School of Business), Prof. David Kotz (Computer Science and Associate Dean for the Sciences), Prof. Manabu Kurokawa (Pharmacology & Toxicology), Prof. Eric Schaller (Biological Sciences) and Prof. Dorothy Wallace (Mathematics).
The workshop will cover general questions as to what to expect and what can (or should not) be negotiated and there will be ample opportunity for you to ask any questions that you might have regarding academic negotiation.
The diverse panel with professors from various fields and career stages offers an excellent opportunity to gain insight into the process of faculty position negotiations. 
Lunch will be provided. If you are planning to attend, please RSVP by Friday, May 9th
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!