College of Pharmacy

Walter Fitzgerald, Jr., Professor and Dean

Jennifer L. Adams, Pharm.D., Clinical Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Brooke Garrett, Pharm.D., Clinical Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Student Affairs

Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Chair and Professor: Marvin Schulte

Professors: Robin Dodson, James Lai

Assistant Professors: Prahba Awale, Jared Barrott, Ali Habashi, Rob Myers, Srinath Pashikanti, Dong Xu

Allied Graduate Faculty: Dennis Stevens (Boise VA), Amy Bryant (Boise VA), Michael Aldape (Boise VA), Ken Cornell (BSU, Associate Professor)

Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative Sciences

Interim Chair and Professor: Oliphant

Professors: Culbertson, Fitzgerald, Force, Hachey, Lott, Madaras-Kelly, Mason, Rhodes

Associate Professors: Cleveland, Liday, Owens

Clinical Associate Professor: Adams, Hefflinger, Pettinger, Garrett

Clinical Assistant Professors: Biddle, Carr, Casperson, Eroschenko, Ratliff, Steed-Ivie, Wadsworth

Emeritus: Adamcik, Cashmore, Erramouspe, Galizia, Gould, Hurley, Jue, Sharp

Degree Programs

The College of Pharmacy offers two graduate degrees: the Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The College also offers a professional doctorate degree, Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.). The Pharm.D. is described in the College of Pharmacy section of the Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog.

Goals

To train and prepare students to succeed in their chosen career path in the variety of areas in pharmaceutical sciences.

Objectives

  • To rigorously train students in the department focus areas;
  • To train students to be effective communicators of their knowledge and scientific findings;
  • To expose students to multidisciplinary approaches to problem-solving so that they can use them to solve scientific problems;
  • To educate students to be competent practitioners of the scientific method;
  • To expose students to a variety of professional strategies so that, upon finishing their training, they become adaptable and successful in achieving their long-range goals.