The research being funded will analyze the underutilization of patient self-management warfarin therapy in the United States... Read More
Welcome to Pharmacotherapy
The Department of Pharmacotherapy has a long and rich history in training high-quality pharmacy practitioners and researchers who are currently in a broad range of settings, including hospital pharmacy, retail pharmacy, academia, and industry. We are a dynamic department, leading the way in the application of pharmacotherapeutic principles in patient care.
The Department of Pharmacotherapy, along with the College of Pharmacy, is committed to developing pharmacy practitioner-scholars for the 21st century.
Latest NewsPharmacy New & Events
This analysis of Colorectal Cancer (CRC) risk factors shows significant findings for the role diet plays in CRC contraction risk... Read More
Dr. Diana Brixner has been awarded a 2021 Research Award in Value Assessment from Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America... Read More
Shannon Gadd, Pharm D graduate and postdoc fellow, has been published in Journal of Affective Disorders Reports... Read More
Estimating the Public Health Impact and Economic Benefits of Herpes Zoster Vaccination Services by Community Pharmacies
Dr. Nathorn (Nui) Chaiyakunapruk is building a mathematical model to estimate the public health and economic impact of vaccination services by community pharmacies... Read More
Our very own Nathorn (Nui) Chaiyakunapruk completed a network meta-analysis on systemic treatments for eczema that has recently been published in Issue 9, 2020 of the Cochrane Library. ... Read More
On July 1, 2020 Dr. Brixner will begin a on year sabbatical as a Visiting Scholar of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) to further develop their research agenda. ... Read More
John Saunders, Pharmacotherapy Research Fellow, Awarded Rho Chi Society’s Clinical Research Scholarship
John Saunders, Class of 2019 Alumnus and Pharmacotherapy Research Fellow, was awarded the... Read More
Current and Former CoP Faculty Members Dr. Ruiz-Negrón and Dr. McAdam Marx Awarded RWJF Grant For Study
The study, 'The Effects of Increases in Patient Out-of-Pockets Costs for Insulin on Diabetes- Utilization and Outcomes in Patients with Prescription Drug Coverage'... Read More