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Study Pharmacy at The University of Queensland

UQ’s School of Pharmacy is the largest and longest-established school of its kind in Queensland, Australia with more than 50 years of teaching and research excellence. We also have a global alumni network of more than 5000 pharmacy graduates.

This program builds a strong knowledge foundation from your first year in areas including chemistry, biology, physiology and anatomy, while also developing your professional skills and practice.

Benefit from a program that integrates six streams of study:

  • quality use of medicines;
  • dosage form design;
  • social and professional aspects of pharmacy;
  • drug discovery;
  • biological fate of drugs;
  • data analysis.

State-of-the-art facilities

Learn at the Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence (PACE) – A world-class $100 million teaching and research facilities located in UQ's biomedical science precinct at Wolloongabba.

Clinical placements

Undertake more than 380 hours of supervised clinical placements in a range of clinical settings that include hospital and community pharmacies. The School has partnerships with over 500 pharmacies throughout rural and metropolitan Australia and overseas.

Be confident and job-ready when you graduate with extensive practical experience in UQ's six simulated pharmacies, as well as an eight-week final-year placement in rural or metropolitan Australia, or overseas!

Apply at this seminar and receive FREE application*!

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Professor Gregory Monteith from UQ School of Pharmacy

Greg studies cellular signalling in disease and the identification of new drug targets.

Following his PhD at the University of Sydney, Greg spent two years at the University of Maryland at Baltimore (USA) in the Department of Physiology, developing novel techniques for the assessment of calcium (Ca2+) in sub-cellular organelles. Since his appointment at the University of Queensland, Greg has established a research program with research funding via NHMRC and National Heart Foundation, Queensland Cancer Fund, Society of biomolecular Screening (USA) and other grants and collaboration with Pharmaceutical companies. His interests are signal transduction in disease, calcium transporters as drug targets and biomolecular screening. In 2006 he received a UQ Foundation research excellence award and in 2016 he received the UQ Research Higher Degree Supervision Excellence Award - video link


* Limited to applicants meeting the minimum entry requirement

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