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College of Pharmacy


  • kiaris hippokratis grant uofscpharm

    Dr. Hippokratis Kiaris: DDBS

    Received a $3.9M grant from the National Science Foundation to study the genomics of the stress response by using Peromyscus as a model.

  • Dr. Bryan Love has received the SEC Visiting Faculty Traveling Grant

    Dr. Bryan Love: CPOS

    Dr. Bryan Love has received the SEC Visiting Faculty Traveling Grant

  • Jing Fang Dr. Jing Fang  Awarded a R01 from the National  Institutes of Health National Cancer  Institute for ‘Targeting the  p62 Signalosome in Leukemia.

    Dr. Jing Fang: DDBS

    Dr. Jing Fang Awarded a R01 from the National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute for ‘Targeting the p62 Signalosome in Leukemia.

  • Just ask Justo: Is it too late to get a flu shot?

    Just ask Justo: CPOS

    Is it too late to get a flu shot?

Departments

Our faculty at the College of Pharmacy have expertise in Clinical Pharmacy and Outcome Sciences or Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences.

CPOS Faculty

Clinical Pharmacy and Outcomes Sciences

The Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Outcomes Sciences (CPOS) provides education, training, clinical practice and research related to pharmacy practice including the application of pharmaceutical sciences to patient care. Faculty members in CPOS are engaged in teaching, practice, service and research that impact clinical therapeutics, professional practice, evaluation of drug health policies, and pharmacy education.

DDBS Faculty

Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences

The Department of Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences (DDBS) provides education and research training to professional (Pharm.D.) and graduate students (Ph.D.) in the basic pharmaceutical sciences. Extramural funding obtained by DDBS faculty supports state of the art research that encompasses the understanding of disease mechanisms, drug action and toxicity, the design and development of new pharmaceutical agents and the identification of new drug targets. Our scientific discoveries in areas as diverse as biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, pharmacology, oncology and neuroscience  have a major impact on the health outcomes for residents of South Carolina and beyond.