Areas of Study
There are 4 Tracks through which a student can obtain a Ph.D. in the College of Pharmacy.
The Drug Discovery Track is comprised of faculty and students working in the areas of medicinal chemistry, natural product chemistry and pharmacology.
The Drug Development Track provides training areas of contemporary pharmaceutical sciences including pharmacokinetics/drug metabolism, pharmaceutics and drug analysis.
The Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics Track requires a degree in an area of professional health care, and focuses on training in translational research at the interface between basic and clinical studies.
The Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy Track requires a degree in an area of professional health care, and provides students the opportunity to become leaders in translational pharmaceutical research affecting medication outcomes and pharmaceutical policy.
- Drug Discovery
- Drug Development
- Clinical & Experimential Therapeutics
- Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy