The University of Minnesota offers one of the top-rated Pharmacology programs in the country.
One of the best funded departments in the Medical School, the Department of Pharmacology has approximately 40 faculty members and 50 graduate students who work in a broad range of scientific disciplines from cancer research and infectious disease to neurobiology, and who employ diverse experimental approaches ranging from structural and biophysical methods to animal and human studies.
Offered through the College of Biological Sciences, our phamacology minor provides high-quality teaching of the principles of pharmacology and the application of pharmacology to the biomedical sciences for undergraduate students.
The Pharmacology PhD program is designed to provide a solid understanding of basic pharmacology and to prepare our graduates to pursue careers as independent scientists and pharmacologists.
Our MS program is designed to provide career-focused individuals with a highly individualized program of study. Graduates of this program will find that they have built a strong platform to reach towards their future goals.