Pharmaceutical Medicine Programs
News - UNSW Pharmaceutical Medicine
Semester 1 will be commencing on Monday 27 February 2017 - current Pharmaceutical Medicine students should check the Current Students page for the Semester 1 timetable, key dates and other important information. Current students should also check their UNSW student email on a regular basis.
For those interested in studying Pharmaceutical Medicine UNSW, please read through the 2017 Pharmaceutical Medicine prospectus for information about the program, and please contact the Pharmaceutical Medicine Unit via email to discuss your options for study.
The Pharmaceutical Medicine Unit has returned for 2017 and we are happy to assist you with any queries you may have about the Master of Pharmaceutical Medicine at UNSW. Please contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
The Pharmaceutical Medicine team would like to thank everybody who attended and contributed to the 20th Anniversary Symposium. The day was a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the program's development and growth, and to discuss the future directions of pharmaceutical medicine in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Please see the highlights reel from the day below.
Best wishes to you all from the Pharmaceutical Medicine team for the holiday period and the new year!
The UNSW Pharmaceutical Medicine 20th Anniversary Symposium will be held on Saturday 26th November. See this page for more information, and register today to avoid disappointment!
The upcoming Postgraduate Information Session for the Faculty of Medicine will provide you with an opportunity to speak with us about Pharmaceutical Medicine in person.
More information: http://www.postgradexpo.unsw.edu.au/
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/unsw-postgraduate-information-session-tickets-26532616771
Members of the 2016 Pharmaceutical Medicine cohort recently took a trip to the Therapeutic Goods Administration offices in Canberra, where they met members of staff and connected with their peers.
Do you want to know more about Pharmaceutical Medicine? Hear about the student experience from ex-students at the up-coming UNSW Postgraduate Expo on 14 October, 6.45 pm, Scientia building, UNSW campus.
Dr Chisholm and Jan Cooper attended a very successful ARCS Conference at Randwick Racecourse on 5 - 7 May.
Dr Chisholm & Jan Cooper attended the Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress in Melbourne from 13 – 16 April
Weekend School #1 commences at 9am on March 15th in Wallace Wurth East, Building C27 on the University map. Entry is via Botany Street.
Dr Chisholm and Jan Cooper had a very successful time at the ARCS Conference in Sydney on 5 and 6 June.
Dr Chisholm hosted a delegation from the Shaanxi Institute for Food and Drug Control, People’s Republic of China, discussing the regulation of medicines in Australia. Another very successful Weekend School was held at the UNSW campus on 13 and 14 April.
Dr Chisholm outlined the Pharmaceutical Medicine and Drug Development programs in the recent edition of “The Source”, a publication by ARCS Australia Ltd, the professional development association for individuals involved in the development of therapeutic products.