Pharmacy Practice Department
Pride in practice. That's what UB-graduated pharmacists feel when they assume their roles as dedicated, community-centered health professionals across the country. Pharmacists are integrated into all aspects of healthcare —a distinction that carries with it a host of unique challenges and opportunities. At UB, we prepare you for all them, allowing you to become highly respected health care professional, instructing your patients and other health care colleagues on a variety of medication therapy management issues.
Our faculty have expertise in a variety of clinical specialties and engage in active clinical research in these areas, allowing our students the opportunity to learn from clinical experts both in the classroom as well as in the community via our extensive array of preceptor experiences. The department of pharmacy practice is known for its expertise in ID/HIV, transplant, nephrology, primary care, oncology, and cardiac care.
The SoPPS believes strongly in the continued advancement of the profession of pharmacy through post graduate education. We are proud to offer outstanding opportunities for post graduate training in our one and two year ASHP accredited residency and fellowship programs. The listing below gives detailed information on the many specialty opportunities available through our office of post graduate professional education.
Our comprehensive academic offerings mean our graduates are among the brightest and most sought-after in the country. Experiential and other clinically based rotations compliment our classroom based courses; giving students the competitive edge, thus preparing them to be leading clinical pharmacists in the community or preparing them for further postgraduate training in our residency and fellowship programs. Graduates leave our PharmD program well prepared to enter the professional field of pharmacy.
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