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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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UHSP was ranked No. 4 on the St. Louis Business Journal’s recently released list of the region’s largest NIH award recipients for 2021.

University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis is proud to announce the dean’s list for the spring 2022 semester.

Since the addition of Jordan Watson, LPC, director for career services and employer relations, the Center for Career Services and Education has expanded its programming and its approach to career support and education for students and alumni.

University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis has selected Terri L. Warholak, RPh, Ph.D., CPHQ, FAPhA, to serve as the 16th dean of St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

Neil Schmidt, B.S. ’73, truly emulates the value of service and has throughout his entire career. His years of contribution to his students, staff and network of fellow pharmacists have advanced the profession of pharmacy and will continue to do so for generations to come.

Experiential education is a core component of a pharmacist’s training, and through experiential rotations each year, student pharmacists at St. Louis College of Pharmacy at UHSP develop as professionals and use the knowledge they gain in the classroom in hands-on pharmacy practice experiences under the guidance of licensed pharmacist preceptors.

Ream Al-Hasani, Ph.D., assistant professor of pharmaceutical science at UHSP, and her research team are conducting groundbreaking research on the neurological effects of addiction and the brain’s response to pain or stress.

Hoping to expand their overall perspectives and diversify their career opportunities, P2 students Lauren Freels, B.S. ’21, and Abigail Herman, B.S. ’21, began coursework in University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis’ new Global Health Certificate Programs earlier this fall. In their experience so far, they have each discovered a new realm of possibilities for their futures.

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