Outstanding features of our school
Curriculum fosters success
Robust rotations, interprofessional education, capstone experience
A top-quality education at a modest price
Faculty active in research and clinical practice
Student-faculty ratio is 10:1
Committed to cutting-edge, transdisciplinary research
Interested in pharmacy? Would you like to be part of a healthcare team of the future?
Join us for an open house at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8.
A faculty panel will allow you to learn more about the student experience at Binghamton and hear from leading scholars and researchers. Learn firsthand about the cutting-edge, transdisciplinary research and clinical practice sites.Register now
reinventing pharmacy education for the next generation
Talented professionals who want to work with us
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences plays a critical role in enabling Binghamton University research that will advance smart drug delivery and device development, infectious disease control, personalized medicine, healthcare management and outcomes, and other areas that affect human health.
Eric Hoffman, Professor
of pharmaceutical sciences and associate dean for research investigates the genetic basis of human and animal disease, drug development and genetic variation in humans.
“…the University is making a substantial investment to build a quality professional
school that will become a leader in interprofessional, patient-centered care and research.”
— Gloria E. Meredith, PhD
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has been authorized by ACPE for an on-campus visit for consideration of Precandidate status.
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