Why UW Pharmaceutics Programs
UW: $1.67 billion in sponsored grants and contracts (5,605 awards)
UW is # 6 in the world on the 2022 US News & World Report’s Best Global Universities Rankings and maintained its #2 ranking among U.S. public universities.
The School of Pharmacy ranked # 7 for Best Pharmacy School in 2020 in the US News.
Department of Pharmaceutics (PCEUT) is recognized nationally and internationally as a top research and training program in drug disposition and delivery
The University of Washington School of Pharmacy offers a world-class educational opportunity. The school is consistently ranked in the top 10 nationally and internationally by U.S. News & World Report. The goal of our graduate program is to provide the most favorable environment possible in which students can develop their maximal potential for creative and independent research.
We promote a philosophy of inclusivity. We endeavor to support the university’s mission of enhancing diversity and equity, and our overall mission in this regard is to attract, retain, and promote the success of students from all populations in the profession of pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences.
As a graduate student in the Department of Pharmaceutics, you will be in programs that are nationally and internationally recognized for their bench-to-bedside (translational sciences) multidisciplinary research in drug disposition and delivery. Your training will be in a highly collegial, collaborative atmosphere by award-winning faculty who pride themselves in mentoring their graduate students for outstanding careers in the pharmaceutical industry, academia, regulatory agencies, and research institutions.