Since our founding in 1905, the school has fueled pioneering initiatives in research, education and practice while fostering new generations of leaders. Our impact includes groundbreaking laboratory discoveries, novel regulatory approaches, meaningful health policy reforms, and transformative collaborations in medication management and chronic disease prevention. Curricular advances include launching the first PharmD, regulatory science doctorate and healthcare decision analysis programs, among many others.
8th most innovative university, citing research from the school’s Papadopoulos Lab (ranked by Reuters)
4 American Pharmacists Awards Pinnacle Awards (a national record)