Welcome to the School of Pharmacy

The School of Pharmacy at the University of Waterloo is Canada's only co-operative education pharmacy program and is housed in a state-of-the-art education and research building on the Health Sciences Campus in downtown Kitchener. 

We offer an innovative undergraduate pharmacy curriculum that integrates foundational knowledge in the biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences with applied skills in the clinical, behavioural and social sciences to prepare our graduates to serve as medication therapy experts. 

  1. Oct. 20, 2021On PhDs and pregnancy
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    PhD graduate Amy Pham shares how she balanced a challenging pregnancy and completing her PhD

    Many people at Waterloo Pharmacy know Amy Pham. The PhD candidate who convocates this week spent long hours in the lab, acted as a TA for many courses and held leadership roles with the Pharmacy Graduate Association. Her positive energy fills rooms.

  2. Oct. 14, 2021Graduate student awarded prestigious Alzheimer’s Society of Canada grant
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    Wajd Alkabbani is exploring the intersection of type 2 diabetes and dementia

    Wajd Alkabbani’s education journey has led her across continents and provinces. Trained as a pharmacist in Kuwait University, Alkabbani was drawn to research early on in her career.

  3. Oct. 5, 2021Our Indigenization Journey at Waterloo Pharmacy
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  1. Oct. 18 to Nov. 12, 2021Thrive Month at the School of Pharmacy
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    Thrive is a university-wide event focused on building positive mental health and raising mental health awareness for the University of Waterloo students, faculty, and staff. It is also a mindset that encourages you to flourish. We all have mental health, and we can each strengthen our mental health by learning about it, thinking about it, talking about it, and discovering new skills and resources to help us Thrive all year long.

  2. Oct. 29, 2021Graduate Studies Seminar

    Energy balance at the level of the mitochondria: Implications to health

    Graham Holloway

    Associate Professor, University of Guelph

  3. Nov. 12, 2021Graduate Studies Seminar

    Nick Daneman

    Scientist, Sunnybrook Research Institute

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