Give to the Department of Pharmaceutics

The Department of Pharmaceutics is a place where an unwavering commitment to excellence in research, instruction and service is demonstrated through the extraordinary productivity and success of our faculty, staff and students. Our program focuses on Physiologically-Based Approaches to Drug Delivery and Disposition. We offer a training environment that includes cutting edge laboratory instrumentation and technologies, award-winning faculty, devoted and experienced teachers, and knowledgeable staff.

Chair’s Priorities

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

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

Additional Support Opportunities

The William E. Bradley Endowed Fellowship in Pharmaceutics
In memory of Dr. William E. Bradley, who was an agffiliate professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics. The purpose of the fellowship is to provide financial assistance to graduate students in the Department of Pharmaceutics at the UW. The fellowship is awarded annually on the basis of scholastic excellence and financial need.

Milo Gibaldi Endowed Professorship in Pharmaceutics
In honor of Dr. Milo Gibaldi, who served as dean of the School of Pharmacy from 1978 to 1994. The far-reaching effects of the Milo Gibaldi fund will serve the School, the profession of pharmacy and the pharmaceutical industry in advancing the capabilities of effective, progressive drug therapy. In addition to supporting students, this fund provides support to the recipient of the professorship for professional activities, including faculty salary, basic and translational research in pharmaceutics and career-development activities.

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

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.