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Providing students with specialized knowledge in research, teaching, and professional development beyond the core curriculum.
Our creative academic approach to merging health care and science has allowed us to educate global leaders in clinical pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.
Our global health initiatives promote culturally competent health care and cultivate servant leadership in local, national and international populations.
We have a top 20 research ranking by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy for National Institutes of Health funding awards, total grants received, non-federal sources and extramural funding.
24 established student organizations that foster professionalism and create career opportunities.
Recipient of a 2019 University at Buffalo Exceptional Scholar Award for Sustained Achievement.
Co-led an international panel to develop new use guidelines for polymyxins, a last-resort antibiotic for deadly bacteria.
Leading research on a new drug that may protect against memory loss, nerve damage and other symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease
Recently appointed Associate Dean for Research at the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Recipient of a 2019 New Investigator Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).
Recently named an AAAS fellow, AAPS fellow, ISoP fellow, and received the 2017 ISoP Innovation Award for his contributions to computational and systems pharmacology.
Fellow for the 2019-2020 Mid-American Conference (MAC) Academic Leadership Development Program.
Founding member of Team Alice, an innovative research and advocacy initiative based in the University at Buffalo Center for Successful Aging.
Selected as the 2019 New York State Chapter of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Researcher of the Year.
Recipient of the 2019 Teacher of the Year Award.
Recipient of a 2019 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service.
Investigating the prevention of drug-related cardiotoxicity in children with Down syndrome and acute myeloid leukemia through a $438,000 grant from the National Cancer Institute.
Recognized for lifetime career achievements by the International Society of Pharmacometrics with the 2019 Lewis B. Sheiner Lecturer Award
Recipient of a $3.5 million NIH grant to advance the development of personalized medicine for high-risk kidney transplant patients.
Leads a UB-funded initiative to educate refugees in Buffalo on medication health literacy and coordinates global student experiences impacting at risk populations.