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Lynn Crismon
Dean M. Lynn Crismon
With grateful recognition of two accomplished terms as Dean, and 13 years of distinguished leadership in the College of Pharmacy

Degrees & Programs

The Pharmacy Doctorate (Pharm.D.) is the entry-level professional degree program. The curriculum is designed to prepare future practitioners to provide patient-oriented pharmaceutical care in contemporary settings including community practice, hospital environments and long-term care facilities.

The graduate training program (M.S., Pharm.D./Ph.D, and Ph.D.) offers degree opportunities in the pharmaceutical sciences and a multi-institutional joint degree program in translational science.

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Experientials + Residencies

The Experiential Program is a required part of the Pharm.D. program designed to provide experiences in the field under the guidance of preceptor faculty. The experiences increase in duration and complexity as the student gains knowledge and skills, culminating with the final year of rotation experience.

The College of Pharmacy in conjunction with clinical facilities throughout the State provides a variety of outstanding
Practice Residencies and Clinical Science Fellowships for pharmacy graduates who wish to pursue advanced clinical practice or research training.

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Research & Practice

The College of Pharmacy is internationally recognized for ground breaking research that is among the highest quality in the nation.

Funding to support research is in excess of $10 million and comes from competitive grant proposals from the National Institutes of Health, pharmaceutical companies, and private foundations.

College Divisions

Chemical Biology & Medicinal Chemistry

Health Outcomes

Molecular Pharmaceutics & Drug Delivery

Pharmacology & Toxicology

Pharmacotherapy

Pharmacy Practice


 

Learn more about our College Divisions of Research & Practice

Collaborative Areas of Research

Chemical Biology & Drug Discovery

Environmental & Developmental Mechanisms of Health and Disease

Health Outcomes, Economic and Equity Research

Infectious Diseases

Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer

Neuropharmacology & Addiction

Translational Research in Drug Delivery

Learn more about our Collaborative Areas of Research Excellence (CARE)

Centers, Institutes, & Core Facilities

Addiction Science Research & Education Center

Center for Molecular Carcinogenesis & Toxicology

Drug Dynamics Institute

Proteomics Facility

Targeted Therapeutic Drug Discovery & Development Program

Texas Center for Health Outcomes Research & Education (TxCORE)

Learn more about our Centers, Institutes, & Core Facilities

Research Support

Proposal Checklists & Resources

Recurring Funding Deadlines & Archives

Search Engines for Funding

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Current College News

Live subject testing shows promising delivery method for COVID-19 antiviral treatment

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Sept. 23, 2020
Live subject testing results from the Williams Lab show that dry powder inhalation could be a potent and effective delivery method of the antiviral remdesivir to treat patients affected by COVID-19.

Thank You for Your Support During 40 for 40!

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Sept. 18, 2020
Dean M. Lynn Crismon gives his heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported the college during UT's 40 Hours for the Forty Acres fundraising event.

Mukhopadhyay wins Research Excellence Award

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Sept. 10, 2020
Associate Professor Somshuvra Mukhopadhyay, M.B.B.S., Ph.D. wins the 2020 Co-op Research Excellence Award for Best Paper. The awards are presented each year by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the University Co-operative Society.

Know the Power of Your Vote with Russell Boyd II

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Sept. 9, 2020
Join Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Skyller Walkes, Ph.D. and Russell Boyd II on Wednesday, September 16 at 5 p.m. CT for an online discussion about the power of your vote. Boyd is an activist, organizer, and currently serves as the National Field Organizer with the NAACP Youth & College Division.

Dean Crismon on the start of the new semester

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Aug. 24, 2020
Dean M. Lynn Crismon discusses the start of classes, COVID research in the college, and steps taken to protect our students and community.

2020 Preceptors of the Year

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Aug. 14, 2020
P4 students in each of the college’s five experiential regions chose a local Preceptor of the Year for 2020 based on their rotations during the 2019-20 academic year. Past recipients of the Wm. Arlyn Kloesel Preceptor of the Year award declared Kristin Janzen, Pharm.D. this year’s winner.

2020 Pharmacy Practice Seminar

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Aug. 11, 2020
Practicing pharmacists: Complete your continuing pharmacy education hours virtually with UT’s Pharmacy Practice Seminar (PPS), September 26-27, 2020. UT’s PPS is developed by pharmacists, for pharmacists. Pick from over 25 CE hours that actually benefit your practice. Go to the UT PPS website to register.

Richburg receives NIH grant award for toxicant injury research

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Aug. 10, 2020
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies John H. Richburg, Ph.D. received notice from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarding him a research grant for a five-year term. The NIH’s grant award for Dr. Richburg’s research totals $2,694,316.

Samuel Poloyac appointed dean of UT Austin’s College of Pharmacy

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Aug. 5, 2020
The University of Texas at Austin has named Dr. Samuel Poloyac the next dean of the College of Pharmacy. He will begin serving October 15. Poloyac is a professor of pharmaceutical sciences and the associate dean for graduate and postdoctoral programs at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. He will succeed M. Lynn Crismon, who served as dean for 13 years of distinguished leadership in the college.

Statement regarding a 1951 admission denial

July 31, 2020
Dean M. Lynn Crismon addresses a recent social media post featuring a letter from 1951 denying admission of an African-American applicant to The University of Texas College of Pharmacy based upon the color of the person’s skin.

Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE)

We develop and deliver quality continuing education activities that aim to meet the life-long professional development needs of pharmacy-related audiences.

We offer live conferences, online home study courses, and accreditation services.

The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Accreditation Services

The UT Continuing Pharmacy Education Office (UT CPE) routinely accepts requests from organizations (Joint Providers) seeking accreditation for educational/training activities for pharmacists and technicians.

Each activity is thoroughly evaluated to ensure it is aligned with UT CPE’s mission and that it meets ACPE Standards.

Live Conferences & Online Courses

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education develops and delivers quality continuing education activities that aim to meet the life-long professional development needs of pharmacy-related audiences.

The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.