Funding Sources

The Graduate Program in Pharmacy (PPGFAR) at the UFBA School of Pharmacy has its scientific activities kept through resources annually earmarked from funds granted by the Graduate Support Program (PROAP), by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher-Level Personnel (CAPES), and other revenues, unrelated to research, from PRPPG-UFBA. Furthermore, the researchers who are members of the program can be recipients of grants obtained from public calls from the regional, national, and international funding agencies.
The program annually grants scholarships to Master’s students through institutional quotas provided by CAPES, CNPq, and FAPESB.