Graduate School of Pharma-Science

  • Itabashi Campus

Cutting-edge research in a cutting-edge research environment

The Graduate School of Pharma-Science provides comprehensive training to develop research and education skills as well as leadership qualities in clinical settings, for the pharmacists and university instructors of the future. The four-year doctoral program combines research and further education and is designed to complement the six years of undergraduate pharmacology studies. There are two courses available: Clinical Pharmacist Registration Course, for those intending to work as pharmacists, and Pharmacist Registration Course, for those seeking a career in academia.

Key facts

Specialization Division of Pharma-Science (Doctoral Degree Program)
Program/outcome Doctor of Pharmacy
Educational principles
Campus
Teaching staff * 0 (Except for the full-time faculty)
Students * 16

* As of May 1st, 2017

Specialization

The modern-day health professional must adapt to rapid change

Amidst rapid technological progress and considerable upheaval in the health care industry driven by changes in wider society, the role of the pharmacist within the health care delivery structure has become increasingly complex and challenging. The doctoral program augments the six-year undergraduate course at the Faculty of Pharma-Science with a strong focus on developing problem-solving competencies and a research-driven outlook.

Division of Pharma-Science

The four-year doctoral program in pharmacology combines research and further education to develop research and education skills as well as leadership qualities in clinical settings for the pharmacists and university instructors of the future. It is designed to complement the six-year undergraduate pharmacology course.
There are two courses available: Clinical Pharmacist Registration Course, a vocational program with a focus on practical in-hospital skills, scientific thinking and research capability, designed for those intending to work as pharmacists; and Pharmacist Registration Course, providing comprehensive research and educational training for university instructors to train experienced and skilled pharmacists interested in pursuing a new fields in pharmacology.
Both courses include a component of in-house training at the state-of-the-art pharmacology department at Teikyo University Hospital as well as research and theoretical study at a brand new building opened in 2012. The program represents the highest standards of theoretical and practical training for medical professionals.

Teaching staff

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