"I would like to recognize alumni and friends of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences who stand at the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the country faces great uncertainty, I commend you for your strength, perseverance, and commitment to your profession. Thanks for your efforts to help tackle this pressing health challenge and move us forward toward a brighter future. Be well and take care."- Russell DiGate, Ph.D., Dean, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Home to scholars and scientists who are unified by one intrepid goal—to improve the quality of life for people globally. Thanks to a rigorous program that stresses experiential learning, our students seamlessly transition into rewarding careers.
Pursue solutions to health care problems and address contemporary health care issues at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. We provide various undergraduate degree programs and leading graduate Master of Science, Ph.D., and Doctor of Pharmacy programs. Explore our offerings below.
The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences prepares students for research, teaching and administrative positions in industry, academia and government regulatory agencies. Find out more about our departments and the degrees they offer.
The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences equips students with the education, training and support they need to meet the present and future demands professionals encounter as pharmacists, physician assistants, clinical laboratory scientists, toxicologists and radiologic technologists.
Learn from faculty with deep real-world experience, commitment to scientific excellence, and a reputation for distinction in their fields. A bright future is yours with faculty that teaches to the present and the future of health care.
If you want to conduct groundbreaking research with world-class scholars, then St. John’s is for you. With grants from both the public and private sectors, faculty and students partner to create cutting-edge discoveries that affect our world.
Research is the heart of a university education. Professors create knowledge that benefits society, while students learn from their instructors’ expertise. The Office of Grants and Sponsored Research helps researchers at St. John’s to identify and secure funding.
The primary focuses of Prof. Serajuddin’s research are (1) the development of novel drug delivery systems, especially for poorly water-soluble drugs, and (2) the innovation in processing technologies for solid dosage forms.