Founded in 1869 as a state-supported, land-grant university, Purdue is widely recognized as a worldwide leader in scientific research. Indeed, Purdue is one of the top five universities in the country in numbers of Ph.D. degrees awarded in the pharmaceutical sciences, chemistry, engineering and agriculture.
The Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology is one of the three departments comprising the College of Pharmacy.
There are currently over 80 graduate students enrolled in the Department, the vast majority of whom are engaged in studies leading to the Ph.D. degree. The presence of approximately 30 postdoctoral associates and other research staff professionals further enriches the intellectual atmosphere.
Information on the Program
- Tabular time line of the program
- Policies and Regulations
- Detailed information on the application and admission processes
- Graduate students in the department are fully supported through various mechanisms including fellowships, research assistantships, and teaching assistantships. Further information on financing is available.
Graduate Program Information from the College of Pharmacy and the University
- Policies and Regulations Manual for Graduate Programs
- Graduate Pharmacy Programs - Useful information about graduate study in the College
- Graduate Pharmacy Program Admissions - Useful information and FAQ about admissions and application for graduate programs in the College
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