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pharmacology and toxicology, ms, phd
make your mark by integrating theory with trailblazing experiments on the frontiers of science. benefit from our patented blend: leading researchers, state-of-the-art facilities, and small classes. your hands-on mastery will make you an ideal candidate for a career in academia, private industry, or public service.
what sets us apart?
- in coursework and laboratory rotations you’ll conduct groundbreaking research shoulder-to-shoulder with expert faculty.
- you’ll present your research findings at local and national scientific gatherings.
- over the past five years, our graduates have 100% job placement.
- small class sizes encourage personal attention.
- you’ll join our expert faculty in intramural seminars and a weekly journal club.
- surrounded by 250 medical facilities and within two hours of 75% of all u.s. pharmaceutical
firms, usciences is in the heart of the biotechnology and health science industry.
- our long-standing relationships with many companies and organizations provide you with internship options and job opportunities.
program director’s message
- students experience the "science side of pharmacy" in the industrial pharmacy lab
october 09, 2020
the industrial pharmacy lab at philadelphia college of pharmacy has seen great success, bringing in over $1 million in funding and grants to develop drugs and drug delivery systems for many pharmaceutical industry partners.
- pcp doctoral students publish covid-19 research review
september 25, 2020
as the covid-19 pandemic brought shutdowns across the country, three usciences phd students used their time away from the lab to publish a review article about the virus.
- under the microscope: a spotlight on faculty research
august 19, 2020
a look at the research of faculty members including anil d'mello phd, anne galgon, pt, phd, and michelle kanther, phd.
- usciences students gain telehealth experience during covid-19 clinical rotations
may 19, 2020
coronavirus (covid-19) has meant that many patients and their care teams are meeting on telehealth calls rather than face to face at the bedside. to learn the essential skills for this new modality of care, usciences students took on telehealth rotations this semester and were exposed to new ideas and challenges that arise when treating patients from afar.
- alumna follows her passion to become university city restaurant owner
may 07, 2020
kate aiq (seenstra) ph/tx'10 says usciences graduates are well prepared for any career, even one as a restaurant owner.
bin chen, phd
office location: pharmacology/toxicology center room 244
university of the sciences
600 south 43rd street
philadelphia, pa 19104-4495