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Opportunities for Students

Whether you are looking to delve deeper into a particular area of interest or to enhance your classroom learning experience, St. Louis College of Pharmacy has the mentorship and opportunities that today’s student is looking for.

Students have the opportunity to work alongside faculty from across the institution to conduct research in a variety of areas, including public health, pharmaceutics, pharmacoeconomics, aging, infectious diseases and health literacy.

Undergraduate Research Scholars Program

Through a competitive selection process, students can receive scholarship support and have the opportunity to participate in mentor-led research that can help them build skills for research-based careers.

The Undergraduate Research Scholars program is designed to give students an early introduction to lab work, while fostering their passion for science and seeing if research is a field they want to pursue.

Apply for the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program.

Summer Research Scholars Program

The Center for Clinical Pharmacology, located in the College’s Academic and Research Building, was established in partnership with Washington University School of Medicine and offers students immersive research experiences through the Summer Research Scholars Program, a program that introduces St. Louis College of Pharmacy students to research in pharmacology, neuropharmacology and neuroscience under the guidance of faculty mentors.

Learn more about the Summer Research Scholars Program.

TL1 Predoctoral Clinical Research Program at Washington University School of Medicine

In addition to the research opportunities offered at the College, students can also participate in research at other area institutions, including the summer TL1 Predoctoral Clinical Research Program at Washington University School of Medicine.

The program provides career development for medical, pharmacy and allied health care students through coursework, mentored training and research.

Learn more about the TL1 Predoctoral Clinical Research Program.

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