Future pharmaceutical scientists have the opportunity to train with more than 50 graduate faculty in the college's comprehensive graduate education program.
Graduate students are actively involved in the research activities in the UF College of Pharmacy. Research spans the entire life cycle of a drug and include broad interest areas such as medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacology, clinical and translational research, and pharmaceutical outcomes and policy. Our graduates contribute to advancing pharmaceutical sciences through positions in academia, industry and government agencies such as the FDA.
Led by award-winning faculty, these discoveries significantly impact the lives of patients around the world. The college achieved $27.7 million in total research funding in 2020 and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy ranks UF among the Top 5 pharmacy colleges nationally in NIH, federal grants and total funding. The collective talents of our world-class researchers and trainees has led to substantial growth in research funding in the last six years, with the expectation for even more growth in the coming years.
In Dr. Ding's laboratory in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Florida, researchers are interested in combing the world for naturally occurring chemicals that have applications in health, agriculture and environment.
One of the most diverse classes in the history of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy arrived in August for the fall 2021 semester. The Pharm.D. class featured 247…
UF researchers will use data from patients’ electronic medical records to help clinicians safely and effectively prescribe opioid medications.
The 2021 program was delivered in a hybrid format, with SURF students spending their final week in research labs on campus.
UF medicinal chemists report promising results from a study that may help in the battle against MRSA, tuberculosis and other infectious pathogens.
Each year, our graduate students participate in our annual Research Showcase, which celebrates the research of our students and gives students the opportunity to present their research to others in the College.
The showcase featured 116 poster presentations, 12 oral competition finalists and a keynote presentationKathleen M. Giacomini, Ph.D., a professor of bioengineering and therapeutic sciences at the University of California, San Francisco.
The infrastructure of UF Health fosters interdisciplinary research opportunities across colleges, centers and institutes.