College of Pharmacy

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the No. 1 pharmacy college in Florida and in the Top 10 nationally, the University of Florida College of Pharmacy has been developing future leaders in pharmacy practice and science for nearly a century. At campuses in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando, award-winning faculty aim to improve the health of Floridians and people across the world through pharmacy education, high-impact research and clinical innovation. The UF College of Pharmacy is dedicated to enhancing resources and programs, including scholarships and research opportunities, which will strengthen its impact and help recruit and retain the nation’s best and brightest students and faculty.

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Featured Giving Opportunities

Graduate Student Education and Research Fund

Support fellowships, new activities and program enhancements.

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White Coat Professionalism Fund

Support Pharmacy student white coats, white coat ceremony, and any student professional development as determined by the Dean.

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Drug Safety Fund

Support research, education and activities related to drug safety.

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Drug Discovery Fund

Support research, education and activities related to drug discovery.

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Innovative Patient Care Fund

Support research, education and activities related to patient care.

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Precision Medicine Fund

Support research, education and activities related to precision medicine.

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Dr. Bonnie Avery Advancing Women in Pharmaceutical Sciences Endowment

GA: support PhD students in Pharmaceutical Sciences who have successfully completed their qualifying exams, with a preference for women...

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Pharmacy DSIT Building Fund

Support the construction of the DSIT building. Once construction is complete, any remaining funds may be used for DSIT building...

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Debbie and Sylvia DeSantis Chair in Natural Products Drug Discovery and Development

GA: Support a chair in natural products and to retain a well-known natural products researcher; also intended to support related...

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