I truly believe in person-centered care provided by interprofessional teams to treat the whole patient and optimize health outcomes.

I chose to come to UA because of the burgeoning research program in precision medicine.

I teach in the Graduate Program and in the PharmD program including educating and training graduate students in the doctoral dissertation research and PharmD student researchers through independent study research activities.

Remembering to take care of yourself as a whole person, not just as a student, will, in turn, allow you to take better care of your patients.

I currently work at Thayer Medical Corporation as the Director of Research and Development.

I am passionate that pharmacists can have a huge impact on many aspects of a patient's care from their financial concerns to their overall well-being.

Classes will begin to be offered in Fall semester 2018 to current UA and transfer students.

My personal mission is to improve the quality and safety of pharmacy practice so teaching and doing research at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy fit my goals.

UA College of Pharmacy Building in Line for $26M Improvements Project

Donors step up to modernize the College of Pharmacy's Skaggs Pharmaceutical Sciences Center

Experts from Arizona's poison centers warn young and old to be guard for the unexpected during the holiday season.

Explore all options and don't be shy to reach out to others in different fields of pharmacy. You never know what you like until you actually do it. 

"After hurricanes, pharmacists help patients with changed lives recover."

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy has appointed Xinxin Ding, PhD, as Head of its Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology.

"I made my gift to the Skaggs Challenge because the new facilities will open up new and exciting opportunities for research. It was an especially easy decision to make because all our gifts will be matched dollar-for-dollar by The ALSAM Foundation."

The College hosted a lively reception, celebrating its past, present and future. 

UA has licensed a drug that aims to shorten the lives of cancer cells to startup Reglagene. 

Gretchen Brophy, PharmD '94, is the first non-physician to lead the multidisciplinary, international group. 

How a small student service project became the industry leader in MTM

COP alumni reunited at the recent HOPE Center Training Program in Health Outcomes and Pharmacoeconomic Research.