Professor Rueben Gonzales of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for distinguished contributions to the field of alcohol research.
The Pharmacy Doctorate (Pharm.D.) is the entry-level professional degree program. The curriculum prepares future practitioners to provide patient-oriented pharmaceutical care in contemporary settings.
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Graduate study develops the intellectual breadth and specialized training necessary for careers in teaching, research or advanced professional practice.
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Pharm.D. Career Services offers resources to Pharm.D. students such as mock interviews with employers such as H-E-B and Kroger. Students are able to meet and ask questions with employers during Career Day and the Mini-Residency Showcase to see what positions or residency programs are available to them. This also gives employers an opportunity to meet with students and establish a good relationship with the College of Pharmacy.
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The college, in conjunction with clinical facilities throughout Texas, provides advanced professional training through practice residencies and clinical science fellowships. The college also provides life-long learning to licensed pharmacists through Continuing Pharmacy Education.
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Research in the college includes ground breaking work in fields such as drug addiction, cancer, infectious disease, toxicology, health outcomes research, drug delivery, drug design and more.
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14th Annual Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Research Day is April 17, 2018.
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NEWS, INFORMATION, & EVENTS
Pharmacy alumni arrived to the UT Austin campus in October to talk of years past, watch some Texas Longhorn football, and be awarded for their vast accomplishments in the world during Homecoming weekend.
Bill Williams was named the 2017 Inventor of the Year by the university’s Office of Technology Commercialization.
A new study from Drs. John DiGiovanni and Stefano Tiziani identifies several natural compounds found in food, including numeric, apple peels and red grapes, as key ingredients that could thwart the growth of prostate cancer.
Four student pharmacists attended a summer program to study addiction and its treatment sponsored by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.