The Department of Pharmacology is committed to providing high quality teaching of the principles of pharmacology and the application of pharmacology to the biomedical sciences for undergraduate students. We also offer research opportunities and support student activities.
The Pharmacology minor (12-credit, free standing minor) is offered through the College of Biological Sciences (CBS).
To add the Pharmacology minor, please fill out the appropriate form:
What is pharmacology?
Pharmacology is a scientific discipline that studies how drugs affect biological systems. Pharmacology is the foundation of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, veterinary medicine, nursing and many other healthcare professions.
Spring 2019 courses
PHCL 3100: Pharmacology for Pre-Med and Life Science Students
- Wed, 1:25 pm - 3:20 pm
- 2 Credits
- Course Director: Dr. Li-Na Wei (email@example.com)
- Associate Course Director: Dr. Hiroshi Hiasa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PHCL4001: Mechanisms of Drug Action
- Tue/Thu, 9:05 am - 9:55 am
- 2 Credits
- Course Co-Directors: Dr. Greg Connell (email@example.com) and Dr. Daniel Romero (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PHCL 4003: Anti-infective drugs: Drugs that kill invaders
- Mon/Wed, 10:10 am - 11:00 am
- 2 credits
- Course Director: Dr. Hiroshi Hiasa (email@example.com)
PHCL4100: Laboratory in Molecular Pharmacology
- Tue, 1:25 pm - 4:50 pm
- Thu, 1:25 pm - 4:50 pm
- 2 Credits
- Course Director: Dr. Dan Romero (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Mon, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm / Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
- 3 credits
- Course Director: Dr. Colin Campbell (email@example.com)
We are creating new courses and increasing course offerings, so stay tuned!
For questions regarding the Spring 2018 semester and beyond, contact:
Dr. Hiroshi Hiasa
Director of Undergraduate Studies
The pharmacology minor may help your career:
Pharmacology Club at the Annual Retreat!
Pharmacology Club members attended this year's Department of Pharmacology Annual Retreat! The Annual Retreat provides a venue for students to learn about the latest Department research and network with faculty and other Department affiliates.
Pharmacology is an interdisciplinary research discipline that employs scientific principles and experimental techniques of its own, as well as various other disciplines such as physiology, biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, microbiology, immunology, genetics, and structural biology.
Many undergraduate students are working in our research laboratories.
You may work in the laboratory as a volunteer or a paid undergraduate research assistant. You can also conduct a Direct Research or a UROP project.
PHCL4993: Directed Study
PHCL4994: Directed Research
Pharmacology Club is a CLP student group for undergraduate students who are interested in Pharmacology. Pharmacology is an important subject for all biomedical professionals. Our club is composed of students from diverse interests and various backgrounds, including, but not limited to, CBS, CLA, and CSE. We host two types of programs, one scientific presentation and one career development presentation.
Find meetings and activities on the Pharmacology Club's Facebook page.
We are setting up a new professional networking organization, the ‘PhUn' (Pharmacology Undergraduate) network, for undergraduate students in the Pharmacology Undergraduate Program to exchange information on professional schools, graduate programs, and career paths in Pharmacology.
You can join the PhUn network if you add/declare the Pharmacology Minor, if you are a member of Pharmacology Club, if you work in a pharmacology professor’s laboratory, or if you have taken a pharmacology course(s) because you are interested in Pharmacology!
If you are interested in joining the executive board of either the Pharmacology Club of the PhUn network, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Hiroshi Hiasa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pharmacology Club Executives
From left to right: Vice President Heidi Larson, Secretary Sarah Skubal, Co-Chair Mason Dworak, President Alyssa Butterfield, Event Coordinator Alexandra Mueller, Co-Chair Thomas Kim, Treasurer Selamawit Girmachew