The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy received a 2015 BDO Life Sciences Award from the Triangle Business Journal for Stephen Eckel's and Bill Zamboni's work in creating wipes that detect and clean hazardous residues from the preparation of chemotherapy drugs.
UNC and GlaxoSmithKline have announced the creation of a dedicated HIV Cure center and a jointly owned company that will focus on discovering a cure for HIV/AIDS. Angela Kashuba, PharmD, will be an active member of the HIV Cure center as she leads preclinical and clinical pharmacology efforts to flush out hidden reservoirs of the virus.
Researchers in the Center for Nanotechnology and Drug Delivery are the first to use exosomes — lipid-and-protein spheres produced by cells — as vehicles to deliver a potent large-molecule drug to the brain.
Associate Dean Dhiren Thakker and his wife, Kailas Thakker, have pledged $100,000 to fund the first Global Pharmacy Scholarships at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Global Pharmacy Scholars in their fourth year of the PharmD program will spend one month on a rotation in countries that currently include Malawi, Japan, Moldova, Australia, and England.
Andrew Beaty is the student winner of the Samuel Burrus Award for Community Service; Clinical Professor Robert Dupuis, PharmD, was chosen as the School’s 2015 overall instructor of the year; and Casey Emerson, MS, the School’s former director of education technology, received the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Distinguished Service Award.
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is preparing an enriched PharmD curriculum.
The new program launches fall 2015
The PharmD is for those who want to be practicing pharmacists.
The PhD is for those interested in advancing pharmaceutical knowledge through research and discovery in one of four concentrations.
Our master's program prepares pharmacists for leadership roles in health-system pharmacy.
One and two-year programs that take your pharmacy education beyond the PharmD.
The School offers postgraduate research opportunities through academic and clinical research fellowships.
Our programs advance the skills and knowledge of practicing pharmacists.