Give to the Department of Pharmaceutics

Pharmaceutics Fund for Excellence
General support for the Department of Pharmaceutics.

Danny Shen Endowed Graduate Award
Helps to support graduate students in the School of Pharmacy’s Department of Pharmaceutics who are in pursuit of their thesis research, and to encourage students to pursue training and research opportunities in the area of pharmacokinetics.

Drug Interaction Database Program Fund for Excellence
General support for the Metabolism and Transport Drug Interaction Database (DIDB), a manually curated knowledge research tool for scientists and clinicians working in the field of drug metabolism and drug interactions.

Ji-Ping Wang Endowed Fellowship
To provide financial assistance to graduate students in the Dept of Pharmaceutics at the UW School of Pharmacy.

Levy Endowed Graduate Fellowship
This fund provides general support to graduate students in the School of Pharmacy’s Department of Pharmaceutics.

Metabolism & Transport Drug Interaction Database (DIDB)
To support educational and research activities of the DIDB Program.

Milo Gibaldi Endowed Professorship in Pharmaceutics
In addition to supporting students, this fund provides support to the recipient of the professorship for professional activities, including salary, research in pharmaceutics, and career-development activities.

Pharmaceutics Fellowship Fund
Provides stipend and tuition awards to graduate students in the Department of Pharmaceutics; awards are based on financial need.

Pharmaceutics Research (Ho)
Support for Dr. Rodney Ho’s research on elucidating mechanisms of protein and drug disposition, and on understanding the genetic basis of inter-individual variation in therapeutic responses.

Pharmaceutics Research (Unadkat)
Supports research in Dr. Jashvant Unadkat’s laboratory, which seeks to understand the mechanisms of metabolism and the transport of antiviral and anticancer drugs to improve therapies of cancer and viral diseases such as AIDS and hepatitis C.

Pharmaceutics Research Fund
Supports research efforts in the Department of Pharmaceutics, which often includes a critical need to support exploratory research projects and bridge gaps in grant and contract funding.

Pharmacometrics Training Program
To support the Pharmacometrics graduate training program in the department of Pharmaceutics.

The William E. Bradley Endowed Fellowship in Pharmaceutics
The purpose of the fellowship is to provide financial assistance to graduate students in the Department of Pharmaceutics at the UW on the basis of scholastic excellence and financial need.

Thummel Research Fund
Research in Dr. Kenneth Thummel’s laboratory is focused on understanding molecular mechanisms of inter-individual differences in drug metabolism, including variability that can arise from genetic and environmental sources.

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