Department of Pharmacotherapy
This department is home to our clinical faculty who do majority of the teaching in our Doctor of Pharmacy program.
In addition, they are also practitioners with research focused on diabetes, teaching and learning innovations including the use of human patient simulation, pharmacists as emergency responders, pharmacokinetics, HIV, geriatrics, and novel practice methods.
The department is home to:
In recognition of the important role our preceptors play in educating our student pharmacists, active preceptors within Experiential Services are invited to join the Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences with affiliate (adjunct) faculty status. Tangible benefits from this appointment include access to the WSU Library, online pharmacy resources and more. Please visit this webpage for additional information about benefits and to request an appointment.
Meet the Chair
Dr. John R. White’s research is focused on diabetes treatment and pharmacokinetic research of nicotine, caffeine, and naloxone. See Dr. White’s faculty bio page for more details.