Research is a central part of the College of Pharmacy’s mission. College of Pharmacy faculty are active in the scholarship of research, and actively encourage student participation in their research endeavors.
The College’s research can be grouped into a few areas of interest, namely:
Immunology and Infectious Disease
Diabetes and Metabolic syndrome
Health Economics and Clinical Outcomes
Each faculty has the opportunity to create an active research program. Projects range from studying biochemical pathways underlying disease to examining the economics of health care and outcomes of therapy.
Members of the College of Pharmacy belong to Faculty for Autism Collaboration and Education (FACE). Such resources foster interprofessional research and development of said research into commercially viable solutions to modern medical problems.