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#4 In the nation for total funding per the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

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$27,000 Minimum stipend for graduate research assistants with additional awards available

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Pushing Boundaries, Advancing Science

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Discover Greatness

Students in our pharmaceutical sciences graduate program train alongside world renowned researchers to discover and improve new drug targets, novel drug molecules and drug therapies to treat disease.

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Research Across the Drug Life Cycle

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UF Pharmacy hosts its 33rd Annual Research Showcase

The showcase featured a record number 105 poster presentations, nine oral competition finalists and a keynote presentation from Stephen Hecht, Ph.D., of the University of Minnesota.

Student highlight aspects of her poster to the judges at the 2020 Research Showcase

A statement of solidarity by the Graduate student council

Supporting Unity and Equity

Graduate Student Council

Members of the College of Pharmacy’s Graduate Student Council are showing their support for unity and equity as the college embraces a more inclusive and anti-racist community.

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Concentrations

Five Concentrations Offered

These interrelated training opportunities involve the entire life cycle of a drug.


College Research NEWS

Five Pharm.D. students appointed to national ASHP advisory groups

The students will provide advice and guidance to the forum regarding the unique needs of student members and how these needs might be addressed by ASHP resources.

Center for Quality Medication Management named finalist in Reshaping Health Access Challenge

CQM proposed using its scalable, cost-effective telepharmacy program to improve health access and medication literacy.

Phi Delta Chi ranks Gainesville chapter No. 4 nationally

The 103-chapter pharmaceutical fraternity Phi Delta Chi ranked the UF College of Pharmacy’s Gainesville chapter, Delta Delta, as its No. 4 chapter for 2019–2020.

Trio of medications showing early promise against coronavirus, UF Health researchers find

The race to find effective treatments for COVID-19 isn’t just about developing new drugs. University of Florida Health scientists are studying a trio of existing medications known to have broad…