Since 1886, the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has been a national leader in education and research, playing a major role in transforming pharmacy from a professional practice to a major field of clinical research.
Today, we continue pushing the boundaries in education and research, from pioneering a pharmacogenomics curriculum to originating the nation’s first HIV antiviral treatment certification program.
We are the second-oldest component of the University at Buffalo, which is the largest and most comprehensive university center in the SUNY system and the first public university in New York to be admitted into the Association of American Universities (AAU).
First class begins studies
First graduating class, including two female students
Master of Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees established
Four-year Bachelor of Pharmacy degree created
Accreditation by the American Council of Pharmaceutical Education
PhD degrees in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacology created
Department of Biopharmaceutics established by Gerhard Levy, father of pharmacodynamics
Nationally recognized Post-Baccalaureate PharmD program initiated to enhance the clinical education of post-graduate pharmacists
Creation of the first clinical pharmacokinetics lab in the United States
Pharmacotherapy Research Center and Core Analytic Lab created to investigate HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases
Smart Pill developed and patented by professor emeritus Jerome Schentag
UB-University of Zimbabwe Antiretroviral Pharmacology Training Program established
Global Health Outreach Program created
Ranked #1 pharmacy school in New York State by U.S. News & World Report
MS degree in Pharmacometrics and Personalized Pharmacotherapy created, one of the first in the country
Launch of first pharmacy school-based Master of Science (MS) in Clinical and Translational Therapeutics program in the country.