Pharmacy Practice & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmacy Practice in Medically Underserved Communities
Graduates provide direct patient services at the Min No Aya Win Clinic on the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation
Keri Hager Receives Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award
The award recognizes a young pharmacist within the first 10 years of practice.
Mike Swanoski: Pharmacists Play a Key Role in Improving Patient Health
Pharmacists providing medication therapy management (MTM) play a key role in the health care team.
Study Aims to Help Local Truck Drivers Meet Their Blood Pressure Goals
For truck drivers, achieving and maintaining a healthy blood pressure is essential for maintaining their commercial driver’s license.
Grant Anderson Named Department Head for Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences
After an extensive national search, Anderson has been named department head for PPPS.
Game Changer: Michelle Johnson-Jennings
As a Choctaw tribal member, College of Pharmacy, Duluth Faculty member Johnson-Jennings has devoted her career to giving back to the American Indian community by working fervently to bridge health disparity gaps.
Providing Outstanding Education, Excellence in Research, and Service to the Public and Other Health Professions
The Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences (PPPS) is one of five academic departments within the College of Pharmacy and is located on the Duluth campus. We are dedicated to continuously improving interdisciplinary pharmaceutical care education, research, practice and service focused on the health and well-being of underserved, rural, and indigenous communities. Our multidisciplinary faculty, comprised of basic, clinical, social, and behavioral scientists with expertise in both pharmaceutical sciences and practice, work to support this mission. Faculty and students are actively involved in collaborative research, teaching, learning, and service with medical school and nursing school colleagues. Read the PPPS strategic plan.
Our Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree program educates students to become pharmacists who are generalist pharmacy practitioners and prepares them to identify, resolve and prevent drug related problems. Pharmacy students at the University of Minnesota learn to provide patient care to achieve positive drug therapy outcomes that improve the quality of patients’ lives.
PPPS faculty are involved in the following graduate programs:
- Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology
- Social and Administrative Pharmacy
- Biochemistry,Molecular Biology and Biophysics
- Integrated Biosciences
For more information, contact the individual graduate programs or visit the Academic Health Center Duluth.