The Department of Pharmacology is an integral part of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta. We are proud of the excellence of our scientific research and our deep commitment to undergraduate and graduate education. Read a statement on the importance of pharmacology in the post-genomic era, from distinguished alumnus Dr Terry Kenakin.
Graduate Student News
Stephana Cherak, a graduate student in Pharmacology, has been selected as Editor in Chief for the Alberta Academic Review!
The Alberta Academic Review (AAR) is a peer-reviewed academic journal located at the University of Alberta, and is a forum for academic debate and discussion on a wide variety of subjects. The AAR seeks to serve as a record of graduate and undergraduate academic work in Alberta, with a focus on work produced by students at the University of Alberta.
Congratulations to the following graduate students for receiving the following awards:
Alberta Innovation Health Science (AIHS) Graduate Studentship
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR) Profiling Alberta's Graduate Students Award
Li Ka Shing SinoCanadian Studentship
Motyl Cardiac Sciences Graduate Award
Pharmacology Recruitement Award
Queen Elizabeth II (QEII) Graudate Scholarship MSc/PhD
Reiffenstein Travel Award
Women and Children's Health Research Institute (WCHRI) Award Graduate Studentship
The Department of Pharmacology is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Dr Edwin E Daniel Graduate Scholarship in Pharmacology. We have an award for both the top PhD and the top MSc student. The winners are: Stephanie Lunn - PhD (Dr Frances Plane) and Katarina Ondrusova - MSc (Dr Peter Light).
Andrew Woodman (Dr Stephane Bourque) and Caroline Wang (Dr Harley Kurata) have been awarded the Fredrick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship (CIHR) and the Walter H. Johns Graduate Fellowship.
Dr Basil Hubbard has been named one of 5 new Canada Research Chairs (CRC) in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry. The CRC program was designed to attract and retain some of the world’s most accomplished and promising minds. CRC funding will allow our researchers to pursue their groundbreaking research and improve the health of Canadians.
Congratulations to Dr Patrick MacDonald for becoming one of the 7 recipients of The 2016 Killam Annual Professorship. The award is granted to faculty members based on the quality of their scholarly activities such as teaching, research, publications, creative activities, presented papers, and supervision of graduate students.
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research
University of Alberta
Friday, January 20, 2017
12:00 pm, 9-68 MSB
Students with an Honours degree in Pharmacology from the U of A and a GPA of 3.7 or higher are eligible to receive a Pharmacology Graduate Student Recruitment Award on entering our graduate program.
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