Working to improve the community on a global scale
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology offers degrees in pharmacy and the developing area of pharmacology and toxicology (how chemicals interact with biological systems), designed around industry and community needs and offering a wider range of career options.
With outstanding facilities such as a professional practice laboratory with model dispensary, virtual teaching facility, and a dedicated formulations lab and aseptic dispensing unit, supportive staff and active student organisations, the Griffith School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology offers students an exciting opportunity to learn in a vibrant, world-class environment.
Graduates in Pharmacy enjoy a full time employment rate of over 95% (Graduates Outcome Survey)
What's the future for Pharmacy?
Learning and Teaching Accomplishments
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology provides a transformational experience that builds students’ self-confidence, employability, and capacity to apply their skills and knowledge to a range of contexts. The School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology offers a personalised and contemporary learning experience. Students benefit from small class sizes, which are focussed on practical work-relevant learning outcomes.
A career in pharmacy is exciting as there are many job sectors where a pharmacist can be employed, including community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy and the pharmaceutical industry. I have had the opportunity to work in some diverse areas thus far and I look forward to where my PhD takes me. - Dr Preshanta Naicker
Taste of telehealth with online workshops
22 May 2020
Griffith University medical students are getting their first taste of telehealth as they diagnose...
‘Morning after’ misleading Schoolies on emergency contraception
01 Oct 2019
Re-think on outdated ‘morning after’ terminology urged after study finds more than 25% of Schoolies...
First Nations students awarded Arrow Energy scholarships
19 Sep 2019
Five Australian First Nations Griffith University students have received the Go Further Indigenous...
Stroke time performance measures improve in GC ED
05 Jul 2019
Researchers found multiple time targets improved in ED, despite 51.4% rise in patients presenting...
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