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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020,
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020,
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Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina with the Phamarcy and Poison Board Members and Kenyatta University Staff from School of Pharmacy. The board visited KU for re-inspection of the University Pharmaceutical Programmes,
Bachelor of Pharmacy curriculum mapping workshop in collaboration with Nottingham University under the SPHEIR project in Naivasha on 8th-10th May 2019

The Department was inaugurated on 31 st  May, 2018 when the School of Pharmacy of Kenyatta University was established. The Department has two sections, namely;

  • Pharmacognosy and Traditional/Alternative Medicine
  • Pharmaceutics Chemistry

VISION

To be a leading Center of Excellence in Research and Teaching of Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences in the East and Central African Region

MISSION

To train Pharmacy students in Pharmacognosy, Traditional/Alternative Medicine and Pharmaceutical Chemistry so as to produce Pharmacists capable of applying Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences in Drug Research and Development as well as in Pharmacy Practice

CORE VALUES

  • Integrity
  • Industry
  • Innovation
  • Teamwork

 

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOGNOSY, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY AND PHARMACEUTICS & INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY

The Department was inaugurated on 31st May, 2018 when the School of Pharmacy of Kenyatta University was established. The Department has three sections, namely;

  • Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy
  • Pharmacognosy and Traditional/Alternative Medicine and
  • Pharmaceutics Chemistry

VISION

To be a leading Center of Excellence in Research and Teaching of Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences in the East and Central African Region

MISSION

To train Pharmacy students in Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Practice so as to produce Pharmacists capable of applying Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences in Drug Research and Development as well as Pharmacy Practice

CORE VALUES

  • Integrity
  • Industry
  • Innovation
  • Teamwork

 

 

  

Dr. Maurice Onditi Kothiambo

Chairperson

Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Chemistry


 

Service Delivery Charter

National Phytotherapeutics Research Center

Departmental External Examiners

DR. ENOCH OMONGE - Pharmacology External Examiner

QUick Links

Admission Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 School News

WHITE COAT CEREMONY

WHITE COAT CEREMONY: A Transition From Lay Men and Women to Studentship in Pharmacy On 9th November 2020, the newly admitted 1st year students began their 5-year Bachelor of Pharmacy...

HONORING CLASS OF 2020

HONORING CLASS OF 2020 Congratulations, Graduates of 2020! You have completed the rigorous 5-year BPharm program. The entire School of Pharmacy celebrates you. We wish you all the best as...

TOP 10 CANDIDATES - 2020 GRADUATING CLASS

TOP 10 CANDIDATES - 2020 GRADUATING CLASS RANKING STUDENT NO STUDENT NAME GPA 1 P110S/11513/2012 MUNGAI, STEPHEN K 78.82 2 P110/5416/2014 BETT, KIPKEMBOI K 77.78 3 P110/1016/2014 JEMUTAI, TRACY 77.48...

News and Events

Advanced Family Planning (AFP) training for Pharmacy School lecturers (June 2021) The School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacology and Clinically participated in the Advanced Family Planning (AFP) training for Pharmacy...

 

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