University of Toledo College of Pharmacy

University of Toledo College of Pharmacy

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University of Toledo College of Pharmacy
2801 Bancroft
Toledo, OH 43606
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Phone: 1.800.586.5336

41.661852-83.609712 University of Toledo College of Pharmacy
2801 Bancroft
Toledo, OH 43606
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The Future of Pharmacy Expansion

The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy, a practitioner's school, is known for its century-long tradition of preparing pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists to care for patients and meet the demands of the industry.  The College of Pharmacy continues to build upon this legacy with "The Future of Pharmacy," a campaign that celebrates the innovations and progress of the college and situates the college as a leader in pharmacy education.

In Fall 2010, The College of Pharmacy will expand to the health science campus, taking a portion of its students and faculty to a state of the art new building. The new facility, in conjunction with Wolfe Hall, will accommodate the college’s growing student enrollment, which has increased from 800 to over 1,500 over the past eight years. 

Citywide Medication Therapy Review


For the second consecutive year, the UT College of Pharmacy, in conjunction with the American Heart Association and the Start! Toledo Heart Walk and 10K Run, is coordinating a citywide medication review in Toledo. This community project engages local pharmacists who volunteer their time to review patients’ medications as a way to promote better health. Because pharmacists are more likely to identify prescribing errors than any other health care providers, medication therapy reviews by pharmacists can save and improve lives.  Free vouchers are available at your local participating pharmacy and at the Start! Toledo Heart Walk on Saturday, May 22, 2010.

Find out more about the Start! Toledo Heart Walk


The Heart of the Matter

For patients in the Cardiac Rehabilitation program at The University of Toledo Medical Center, the support and care of a multidisciplinary team provide them with the tools they need to move forward into a healthier future.  The program, open to patients who have suffered cardiac events or heart problems, helps patients to get fit and improve their overall health.  According to the American Heart Journal article entitled “Clinical Evidence for a Health Benefit from Cardiac Rehabilitation,” patients participating in such programs experience “a 25-30% reduction in total and cardiovascular mortality” compared to patients who do not participate in cardiac rehab.
Dr. Amie Smith, pharmacy practice assistant professor, counsels patients about common cardiac medications including aspirin, warfarin and clopidogrel.  


The Next Generation of Patient Care

The Pharmaceutical Care Outcomes Research (PCOR) lab in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy is proving success with medication therapy management.  Medication therapy management (MTM), a group of services that optimize therapeutic outcomes for individual patients, is PCOR’s specialty.  They have worked with FrontPath, the City of Toledo, and Lucas County on projects that manage treatment for patients with diabetes, hypertension and hyperlipidemia.  With the support of PCOR, community pharmacists provide pharmaceutical care that allows patients to manage their diseases and improve the quality of their lives.


Pharmacy Summer Camp

Pharmacy camp is a three-night, four-day camp that takes place on the campus of The University of Toledo each summer. The camp is open to high school students in the Class of 2011 who demonstrate strong academic skills and an interest in pharmacy or the pharmaceutical sciences.  Camp activities include field trips, job shadowing, laboratory experiences, workshops, panels, and videos.  Pharmacy Camp offers students the opportunity to learn more about careers in pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences, explore the beautiful University of Toledo campus, meet other campers their age who share the same interests, interact with UT pharmacy faculty & staff and much more!

Academic Programs

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
The six-year, entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy program prepares and qualifies graduates for state board licensure to practice pharmacy.

B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences
The Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (B.S.P.S.) degree is a four-year baccalaureate program designed for students who wish to pursue careers related to the pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical science and research, pharmaceutical administration and sales, the biomedical industry, forensic science, and health care administration.

M.S. and Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry
Graduate studies in Medicinal Chemistry focus on the theory and practice of drug design, with additional advanced-level instruction in the appropriate underlying scientific areas.

M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences
The College of Pharmacy offers graduate degrees in the pharmaceutical sciences with program options in pharmacology/toxicology, industrial pharmacy and pharmacy and healthcare administration.

Residency Programs
The College of Pharmacy's residency programs provide outstanding residency opportunities in hospital pharmacy, critical care, and community pharmacy that allow pharmacists to advance their careers.