School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
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
reinventing pharmacy education for the next generation
Talented professionals who want to work with us
PGY2 Pharmacy Residency in Geriatrics
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.
Gail Rattinger, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Assessment and professor of health outcomes and administrative sciences,
focuses her research on health outcomes, neurodegenerative diseases, pharmacoepidemiology and large claims databases. In addition to teaching, she oversees curriculum and course development, and outcomes assessment.