New frontiers in medicine.
Be on the front lines of research into new drug therapies in UToledo’s experimental therapeutics Ph.D. program.
Graduate students in the experimental therapeutics doctoral program at The University of Toledo conduct cutting-edge research into new drug treatments for disease.
The Ph.D. program in UToledo's nationally ranked College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences focuses on pharmacology and experimental therapeutics.
Learn about human disease — from the molecular level to the whole organism — and develop rational approaches for new pharmacological therapies. Our goal is for our doctoral students to translate their discoveries in the laboratory to therapies in a clinical setting.
Nationally ranked college. UToledo’s College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is one of the best pharmacy colleges in the U.S.
Financial help. Doctoral students are eligible for teaching and research assistantships.
Global partnerships. The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has academic and research partnerships with many universities around the world, including:
Travel to conferences. Graduate students in our Ph.D. program in experimental therapeutics receive funds to attend national and international conferences, including:
Close-knit community. Students have ample opportunities to get to know each other at picnics, student potlucks and other social events organized by the department and college.
In addition to our Ph.D. program in Experimental Therapeutics, we also offer a dual degree program for those who want to earn both their Ph.D. and Pharm.D. degrees.
The doctoral program in experimental therapeutics provides training for careers in:
Our graduates have been employed as:
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UToledo faculty members are recognized authorities in their areas of specialization. They collaborate with doctoral students on research to:
Our researchers are investigating:
The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences features state-of-the-art research facilities with computer-assisted instrumentation that allows for a wide variety of research approaches. The Shimadzu Laboratory for Pharmaceutical Research Excellence includes a mass spectrometer that can analyze samples with a high degree of accuracy and unmatched speed.
'19, Ph.D. in Experimental Therapeutics
"Dr. Tiwari's mentorship and guidance prepared me for the real world. As I continue to navigate the professional world, I always go back to him for more advice. I find it so fulfilling to know that my work is contributing to many people's better quality of life."