Pharmacy.ufl.edu Review:

College of Pharmacy » University of Florida - The University of Florida College of Pharmacy, the oldest college in the UF Health Science Center, was established in 1923. Today, the college is ranked among the top colleges and schools of pharmacy in the nation. In keeping with the University of Florida mission, the college is dedicated to excellence in pharmacy research, service, and educational programs enhanced through online technologies.

Country: North America, US, United States

City: 32611 Gainesville, Florida

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