The Pharmacy faculty is responsible for teaching the practice-related portion of the professional pharmacy or PharmD curriculum. We have an established graduate program in pharmaceutical outcomes research and policy (PORPP). The department supports general and specialized pharmacy residencies, and research fellowships in select areas of pharmacotherapeutics.
Our Mission is to prepare pharmacists to provide optimal pharmaceutical care, and to prepare graduate and postgraduate students for leadership in teaching, research, practice and service. The Department faculty generates and disseminates knowledge to promote safe, clinically effective, and cost-efficient use of medications.
Our Vision is to be recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in pharmacy education and research that focuses on appropriate use of and access to pharmaceuticals and medical devices, as well as cost-effective provision and delivery of pharmaceutical care.