Other School of Pharmacy Programs

The UW School of Pharmacy’s other programs aim to develop practical skills, check out our dynamic offerings to enhance your learning in the areas of science, pharmacy and teaching. More information is available by selecting the links below.

Pharmacological Sciences Summer Diversity Program

The Pharmacological Sciences Summer Diversity Program (“PSSDP” or “the Program”) provides research opportunities for talented undergraduate students from diverse social and cultural backgrounds to perform hands-on research in the basic biological and physical sciences, in the broadly defined areas of drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics, cellular pharmacology, molecular pharmacology, and biophysical virology.

Pharmacological Sciences Training Program

The primary objective of this predoctoral training grant program in Pharmacological Sciences is to develop scientists equipped with the necessary background in the basic biological and physical sciences, and training in the application of modern tools of research and instrumental techniques to undertake and direct fundamental research related to drug action, metabolism and kinetics.

Community Residency Programs

The University of Washington School of Pharmacy Community Pharmacy Residency is designed to be a comprehensive postgraduate experience that advances a pharmacist’s education and training in drug therapy and disease management for patients in the community/ambulatory setting.

Resident Teaching Program

The UW School of Pharmacy Resident Teaching Program is dynamic, skilled-based and tailored to enhance your resident experience in teaching and facilitating small groups. Residents can structure their participation to meet their individual goals.

STEP Summer Program

Students Exploring Pharmacy (STEP) is a customized program designed to inspire Seattle-area high school students as they explore pharmacy as a career option. Students engage in hands-on activities that provide an introduction to pharmacy practice and perspective on the numerous ways a pharmacist contributes to improving people’s health—in ways that go far beyond dispensing medications.