ISHP Commission for the Research Fellowship is delighted to announce that the ISHP Fellowship 2015 has been awarded to 3 young researchers from Japan, Poland and Serbia. PhD student Yohko Natsume from Japan is granted for a project entitled: Research on the development of pharmaceutical theory in ancient India; the Bower Manuscript. Paulina Oszajca, PhD from Poland is supported with a research project entitled: Theriac and its’ derivatives in the Early Modern Europe society (16th – 18th century); a comparative study. Serbian pharmacist Jelena Manojlovic is awarded a grant for a research project entitled: The art of pharmaceutical care. Influence of the Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire on the skills and doctrine of pharmaceutical care in countries of South-Eastern Europe in the period from the 16th to the 18th century; a comparative study.
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