Research at Waterloo Pharmacy explores questions that extend from analyzing molecules to examining entire populations. Our faculty and graduate students investigate topics as varied as understanding the cellular mechanisms involved in cancer, to novel drug delivery methods, to factors that influence pharmacist decision-making. Whether your interest is in pharmaceutical research or patient-directed studies, we have something here for you.
The three primary areas of research are:
- Clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice
- Pharmaceutical sciences
- Pharmacacoepidemiology and pharmacoeconomics
Learn more about our research program at the following pages.
Undergraduate research opportunities
There are many ways undergraduate students can get involved in reserach at the School of Pharmacy. Check out the undergraduate research opportunities website to learn more.
Graduate studies and research program administration
The pharmacy graduate studies and research program is administered by the following faculty and staff. The administrative coordinator is the initial contact for general questions in all areas. See the graduate officer for specific program or supervisor questions and the associate director for research specific inquiries.
Associate Director, Graduate Studies and Research
Praveen Nekkar Rao
Administrative Coordinator, Graduate Studies and Research