Message from the Dean
Welcome to the Western University of Health Sciences College of Pharmacy Web site. The College of Pharmacy at WesternU is an exciting place to visit and an exciting place to learn. I hope that you will use this Web site to explore our academic programs, learn about our outstanding faculty and read about our many accomplishments. Whether you are a prospective student, a proud member of our alumni, part of our network of affiliated health care institutions, a future employee, or simply someone who wants to learn more about the College, we hope these pages provide the information you are looking for. More…
For information about how to support the College of Pharmacy, please contact the Office of Annual Giving and Donor Relations: (909) 706-3476.
The College of Pharmacy offers three programs:
- Doctor of Pharmacy Program
- Masters, Pharmaceutical Sciences program
- International Post-Baccalaureate PharmD
Educating future pharmacy professionals to serve the health care needs of society and improve the quality of patient care through science, caring and humanism More…
In this issue we feature one of our very own faculty members, Arezoo Campbell for her important work in environmental toxicology. This is a perfect example of a faculty member and collaborators working with local agencies, in this case the Air Quality Management District, to better understand the effects of urban life and air pollution on human health.
RxBound, a joint effort of the College of Pharmacy and University Advancement, won a 2014 Gold Award in the Special Constituency Magazines category as part of the CASE District VII 2014 Awards of Excellence.
The Ray Symposium, now in its eighth year, welcomes Eileen Crimmins, PhD on Thursday, April 17 at 3:30 p.m. in the HEC Auditorium for her talk “Shorter Lives, Poor Health”. Dr. Crimmins is the AARP Chair in Gerontology at the USC Davis School of Gerontology. Register Now.
College of Pharmacy Signs Linkage Agreement with Cal State Fullerton
The linkage agreement with California State University, Fullerton is an important step in our efforts to create early assurance programs with important minority-serving academic partners. Cal State Fullerton students must spend at least one year in the linkage program to become familiar with WesternU. Typically, students would enter the program in their junior year after completing required courses at Cal State Fullerton, and would be admitted to the EAP by the respective college admissions committee. They will spend time on WesternU’s campus and work closely with WesternU students and faculty.
Don’t miss the incredible creativity of our current College of Pharmacy student pharmacists in the newest edition of WesternU’s Humanism Magazine.
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ISPOR Annual Meeting
ASHP Summer Meeting
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