Published June 28, 2017
Collin Clark, 2017 PharmD graduate of the University at Buffalo
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, is the recipient of
a prestigious post-doctoral research fellowship in the University
at Buffalo Primary Care Research Institute as a first-year National
Research Service Award (NRSA) Fellow, with funding through the
National Institutes of Health, T32 Institutional Training Grant
Program. The appointment is effective July 1, 2018.
“This fellowship program will allow me to pursue a career improving the health of patients while conducting meaningful research that enhances the safety and efficiency of the healthcare system,” Clark says.
Clark will be pursuing the Practice Transformation research track, focusing on changing health care team workflows, practice improvement science and implementing evidence into practice. He will develop scholarship and research techniques to better understand health disparity inequities in primary care related issues and apply these findings to further enhance leadership and care.