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Ranked No. 1 Nationally for Return on Investment

In a 2019 study, we ranked among the top tier of colleges and universities across the country for return on investment in bachelor’s degrees.

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Ranked No. 1 in NIH Funding Among Private Pharmacy Schools

During 2019, we were the top-ranked private college of pharmacy for NIH grants and ranked 25th among all U.S. pharmacy schools.

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2020 Recipient of the BMO Harris Bank Spirit of St. Louis Award

The Center for Clinical Pharmacology was honored as the recipient of the BMO Harris Bank Spirit of St. Louis Award during the 2020 Arcus Awards.

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Meet Our Students

Morgan Dermody, Class of 22

Meet Morgan Dermody, a P2 Student from Highland, Illinois.

Rachel Hagyeong, Class of 21

Meet Rachel, a P3 Student from St. Louis and South Korea.

Rahul Jilakara, Class of 23

Meet Rahul, a P1 Student from Richmond, Virginia.

Mensur Koso, Class of 20

Meet Mensur, a senior from St. Charles, Missouri and Bosnia.

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Thomas Suh, B.S. ’18, is grateful for the strong educational foundation he received during his time as a student at University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis that has equipped him with the skills required for navigating his first semester at A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM).

In recent months, the UHSP community has welcomed two new vice presidents to its leadership team.

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Professional student Kyle Bai will graduate with his Doctor of Pharmacy from St. Louis College of Pharmacy this May. Originally from St. Charles, Missouri, Bai will relocate to Connecticut after graduation, with plans to pursue a career in pharmaceutical industry and dreams to eventually start his own company with his friends and pharmacy colleagues.

For UHSP senior and P1 student Gavin McRaven, this year marks the closing of one chapter and the start of a new one. McRaven is completing his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences while also embarking on his first professional year of the Doctor of Pharmacy program through an integrated pathway. Originally from St. Charles, Missouri, McRaven is interested in pursuing hospital pharmacy or becoming a medical science liaison after he receives his Doctor of Pharmacy.

Samantha Harker, an 18-year-old UHSP senior, will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Humanities this May. Originally from Anaheim, California, Harker will be moving to Tempe, Arizona this fall to pursue her Doctor of Philosophy in Neuroscience at Arizona State University.

Senior Devin Matteoni, who transferred to UHSP during his junior year from St. Charles Community College, will graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences and a minor in Physiology with plans to pursue his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from the A.T. Still University of Health Sciences Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Lamees Hegazy, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicinal chemistry, was the recent recipient of a three-year, $581,000 grant from the NIH's National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

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