Graduate students, staff, and faculty at the annual Rising research retreat on the Oregon coast
The College of Pharmacy at Oregon State University offers a research-oriented graduate study program in pharmacy that is individually designed to meet each student’s career interests and goals.
Our nationally renowned faculty members have strengths in all areas of pharmaceutical science, and many have been recognized for teaching excellence, outstanding research and their professional activities. Research focus areas include the exploration and design of anti-infective agents, the design and development of innovative drug dosage forms, and the mechanisms and consequences of drug interactions with living organisms.
We are currently accepting applications from students interested in the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Pharmacy encompassing the disciplines of pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry/natural products, or pharmacology.
Prospective students may apply to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences degree in the College of Pharmacy encompassing the disciplines of pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry/natural products, or pharmacology. The College of Pharmacy does not accept applications from students interested in stand-alone M.S. degrees. However, we will accept applications from students who, for funding reasons, must obtain an MS degree en route to a Ph.D. degree. This should be clearly noted in the applicant's statement. Our formal application deadline is Jan 1 for matriculation in Fall term. However, interested students should apply as soon as possible. Special funding is available from Oregon State University to attract the most highly qualified applicants.