PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Overview

Pharmaceutical sciences encompass all those areas of pharmacy research that pertain to drug design, delivery, formulations, and therapeutics. Faculty members of the Pharmaceutical Sciences department are involved in integrated research combining cutting-edge molecular and biomedical breakthroughs with modern drug development, targeting and formulation. The graduate program in pharmaceutical sciences is designed to educate students for careers in pharmaceutical industry, academia, and federal regulatory agencies including the FDA. Admissions requirements include a degree in pharmacy, chemistry, biology, or related areas. Teaching and research assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis

Congratulations to our most recent graduate Sharavan Ramachandran (December 2020)

Sharavan

Sharavan has many awards, accomplishments, and publications:

  • Syngenta fellowship grant in 2018-2019
  • 28 Presentations
  • 10 Publications
  • 31 Various Awards (travel, poster, and research)
  • Dean's Scholar Award, TTUHSC GSBS Spring 2020.
  •  More

PhD Candidates

Itishree "Iti" Kaushik

Iti

PhD Students

Trevor Anderson

Trevor

Elizabeth "Beth" Daugherity

Beth

Shreyas Gaikwad

Shreyas

Md. Rakibul Islam

Rakibul

Hong My Nguyen

My

Mariam Oladejo

Mariam

Ashok Silwal

Ashok

Amanda Wooster

amanda

Naresh Sah

 Naresh

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Contacts

Kim

Kim Sullivan, M.Ed.

Graduate Program Manager (Abilene)

 

 

Wood

Laurence Wood, Ph.D.

Pharmaceutical Sciences Program Advisor

Srivastava

Sanjay Srivastava, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor and Chair
James A. 'Buddy' Davidson Endowed Professor
Associate Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Director, Graduate Biotechnology Program