The School of Pharmacy is dedicated to maximizing human health and well being by preparing pharmacists to be life-long learners, by providing pharmaceutical care, by developing innovative practice models, and by advancing science through cutting-edge research. There has never been a more critical time to invest in the School of pharmacy. The School for Pharmacy invites its friends to support its traditions of excellence in three strategic area
Enhancing the Health of the Public
The public counts pharmacists among the most trustworthy of professionals. Pharmacists have a greater impact on patient care and therefore carry an attendant greater social responsibility than ever before. Developing methods for applying existing knowledge to real-life medication management for people in the community is a present and future challenge.
Educating the Next Generation of Practitioners and Scientists
Scholarship, fellowship, and student resource endowments and term awards open the door to educational opportunity and provide the strongest incentive to recruit and retain the best and brightest students.
Advancing Human Health Through Research
Leading-edge School of Pharmacy researchers are making significant and groundbreaking contributions to society and academia in fields ranging from medication safety to pharmacogenetics.
Any questions regarding giving to the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy may be directed to:
Maurissa M. Vergari
Director of Development
School of Pharmacy
Salk Hall, Suite 1102
3501 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261
Office Phone: 412-648-0185
Today's School of Pharmacy
The University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy has secured its place as one of the finest pharmacy academic and research facilities in the United States. The School of Pharmacy is addressing one of today’s most pressing healthcare concerns- the safe, effective, and cost-appropriate use of medications and related interventions.
Today, the School of Pharmacy:
Support from alumni and friends enables the School of Pharmacy to continually forge new paths in managing therapeutic interventions and pharmaceutical discovery. With the support of alumni and friends during the first seven years of the campaign, the School of Pharmacy: