Assistant Professor Hong Seeks Students for Research Opportunity
Research project title: Medical Microbiology Teaching in the Pharm.D. Curriculum
Faculty: Ka Lok Hong, Pharm.D., Ph.D.
Brief research narrative: The teaching of medical microbiology is essential in the overall pharmacy education.
This establishes the foundational knowledge for upper-level courses in infectious
diseases. However, the placement of medical microbiology course in the pharmacy curriculum
is highly variable among 143 pharmacy schools in the U.S. The goal in the study is
to summarize available information on the manner and degree to which medical microbiology
is included in the U.S. Pharm.D. curricula.
Number of Students: Up to 5 students
Time commitment: 2-3 hours per week of data collection on the internet.
Duration: Fall 2019 to Early Spring 2020
Please email Dr. Hong at firstname.lastname@example.org.