UCSF School of Pharmacy and King's College London embark on joint international partnership
The School of Pharmacy, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, King's College London, have joined forces to provide international education in the discovery, development, and therapeutic uses of drugs and medical diagnostics, delivery systems, and devices.
This five-year partnership is fueled by the globalisation of pharmacological and pharmaceutical sciences.
Under the partnership agreement, both institutions will benefit from scholarly interactions, cultural interchanges, and co-operative research between members of the two faculties, as well as from graduate student and staff exchanges and other activities.
The partnership supports common aims of both institutions, including:
- Establishment of programs that will enable interested and qualified students and academic staff to pursue short-term or extended programs of study at both institutions
- Promotion of exchanges in graduate studies, continuing education, and flexible/distance learning
- Acceleration of international research collaborations.
The partnership programme is under development. For information about the partnership, contact:
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