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University of Florida Pharmaceutical Chemistry Online Degree Programs 

P.O.Box 100484

Gainesville   Florida  32611-0484 
Phone: 352-278-8588 Fax: 801-504-6192


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The University of Florida offers master’s degree and graduate certificate programs in Pharmaceutical Chemistry online. These award-winning online programs enable professionals to work at their own pace and schedule. Tailored specifically for working professionals in the pharmaceutical industry and drug development and innovation process, all courses are taught by UF’s internationally-renowned faculty.

Students can sign up for a course or two and then decide later if they’d like to pursue a graduate certificate or degree. The advantages of a UF online education include:

Credentials – UF is the fourth largest academic institution in the United States and is accredited by the Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

Convenience – Study from the comfort of home when it's convenient for you. Programs are designed for working professionals.

Connection – Interact with your professors and fellow online students via email, discussion board and live chat. Join our online community forum to network worldwide.

Courses are available in: • Medicinal Chemistry • Metabolic Biochemistry • Synthetic Medicinal Chemistry • Structure and Function of Nucleotides • Organic Structure Elucidation • Natural Medicinal Products • Pharmaceutical Analysis • Drug Biotransformation & Molecular Mechanisms of Toxicity • Laboratory QA/QC • Clinical Toxicology • Mammalian Pharmacology • Veterinary Pharmacy • Herbal and Dietary Supplements

The University of Florida's Pharmaceutical Chemistry program has a world-class team of accomplished academic professionals with industry experience to meet your educational needs and expectations. Each has extensive knowledge in their particular field of expertise and has published research in their field.

Core Faculty Members Include:

Professor Ian Tebbett has a bachelor's degree in pharmacy and a Ph.D. in forensic toxicology. He has previously held faculty positions with the forensic science programs at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland and the University of Illinois at Chicago (1988-92). Dr. Tebbett is the director of the UF Forensic Science Program and a professor in the UF colleges of Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine.

Professor Oliver Grundmann received his Ph.D. from UF in pharmaceutical sciences. He also worked for the UF Forensic Science Program after graduating with a master’s degree in forensic toxicology and a minor in statistics. Dr. Grundmann received his bachelor’s degree in pharmacy and his European pharmacist’s license from the University of Muenster, Germany in 2004.

Professor Donna Wielbo received a master's degree in forensic science, and was employed by the British Home Office Forensic Science Service before earning a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois. Currently, Dr. Wielbo is an associate professor in the department of Medicinal Chemistry at the UF College of Pharmacy, and instructor of record for the online MS degree program in forensic serology and DNA.

Professor Margaret James received her Ph.D. from the University of London in 1972 and her DSc in 1993. She is currently a professor and Chair of Medicinal Chemistry, and a professor of pharmacology at UF. She has technical experience in enzymology; analytical and protein chemistry; in vivo/in vitro correlations; the use of fish models for intestinal bioavailability studies, and the use of rat models for drug metabolism studies


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