Memorial's School of Pharmacy provides cutting-edge theory in an up-close and personal environment. The School of Pharmacy provides graduate students with the opportunity to conduct original research related to the discovery, delivery, disposition, action, toxicity, cell biology, and utilization of drugs. There are several research laboratories, including separate rooms for organic synthesis, natural products chemistry, and cell culture, in addition to advance formulation and pharmacology labs. All offices and research laboratories in the Health Sciences Centre are connected as a part of the MUNet, a high-speed network linking the campus with the world.
Graduate supervisors in Memorial’s School of Pharmacy are engaged in research in the following areas: 1)Medicinal Chemistry/Drug Design and Discovery of New Small Molecules with Anti-cancer or Anti-infective Properties; 2) Pharmacology/Mechanisms of Toxicity and Protection in Neurons; 3) Pharmacology-Pharmacokinetics/Mechanism of Cellular Failure in Autoimmune Diseases; 4) Computational Chemistry and Structural Biochemistry / Computer-aided Drug Design and High-Throughput Screening, Protein Folding and Function, Drug-Protein, Protein-Protein Complexations; and 5) Pharmacoepidemiology.
Graduate applicants interested in research-based programs are strongly encouraged to find a faculty supervisor at the time of application. Visit the School of Pharmacy website for areas for a list of faculty members, their research interests, and contact information. You may also use the Yaffle search engine to find a supervisor you may wish to work with.
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MSc (Pharm), PhDRoutes:
MSc (Pharm): 2 years
PhD: 4 years
February 28 for Fall admission
July 31 for Winter admissionFunding:
MSc (Pharm): $8,000-$12,000
MSc (Pharm): $486-$733/semester
MSc (Pharm): $632-$953/semester