Centers and Programs
- Anticonvulsant Drug Development Program
- Center for Cell Signaling
- Center for Controlled Chemical Delivery
- Center for Human Toxicology
- International Cooperative Papua New Guinea Biodiversity Group
- Pharmacotherapy Outcomes Research Center
- Utah Center of Exellence in Threrapeutic Biomaterials
- Utah Poison Control Center
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Pharmacology and Toxicology
In addition to these academic departments, there are several centers and programs within the College that support the academic mission and provide educational opportunities. These include the Anticonvulsant Drug Development Program, the Center for Controlled Chemical Delivery, the Utah Poison Control Center, the Center for Human Toxicology, the Utah Addiction Center, the Cell Signaling Center, the Center for Therapeutic Biomaterials, the Pharmacotherapy Outcomes Research Center, and the Pediatric Pharmacotherapy Program. The Drug Information Center, under the aegis of the University Hospital Department of Pharmacy Services, also provides educational and research opportunities for students.
The University of Utah College of Pharmacy currently offers three degrees:
An option to pursue the Pharm.D. degree and Ph.D. degrees in parallel is also available for students interested in career opportunities related to both pharmacy practice and research. Information about the Pharm.D. program is available from the Office of Student Affairs and information about the Ph.D. degree in each discipline is available from that academic department. In addition, several post-graduate educational opportunities are provided, such as residencies and fellowship programs.
Faculty members in the College are recognized for their expertise, their commitment to education, research and service, their contributions to the Utah economy, and their responsibility to provide a work force of pharmacists and pharmaceutical and biomedical scientists for Utah and the nation.