Faculty Job Openings
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy is actively search for new faculty to join one of the nation’s Top 10 ranked pharmacy colleges. Please review the open faculty searches below and apply by the application deadline.
- Associate Dean for Lake Nona Campus and Associate/Full Professor
- Assistant Dean & Associate/Full Professor, Clinical Education
Department of Medicinal Chemistry
Department of Pharmaceutics
Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy
- There are no faculty openings in the department at this time.
Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research
- Assistant/Associate/Full Professor
- Clinical Assistant Professor
- Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, Pharmacy Informatics
About the University of Florida
The University of Florida is an American public land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant research university located on a 2,000-acre campus in Gainesville, Florida. The university traces its historical origins to 1853, and has operated continuously on its present Gainesville campus since September 1906. The University of Florida is ranked eighth overall among all public national universities in the current 2018 U.S. News & World Report rankings, and consistently ranks within the top 100 universities worldwide. It is considered a “Public Ivy” designation reserved for the top public universities in the United States. Since 1985, UF has been a member of the Association of American Universities, the higher-education organization comprising the top 62 public and private institutions in North America.
UF has nearly 5,000 faculty members with distinguished records in teaching, research and service, including 37 Eminent Scholar chairs and 43 faculty elections to the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, or the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. It is the seventh largest single-campus university in the United States with over 55,000 students enrolled. The University of Florida is home to sixteen academic colleges and more than 200 research, service and education centers, bureaus and institutes. It offers multiple graduate professional programs, master’s degree programs and doctoral degree programs across 16 colleges and multiple departments.
The University of Florida received a record $837.6 million in research awards last fiscal year. In 2016, UF ranked second among universities in the number of licenses and options executed; seventh in patents issued; and ninth in start-up companies created. The Clinical and Translational Science Institute is in the intellectual home for clinical and translational research and training at UF, with a mission to improve human health by accelerating the translation of scientific discoveries and the implementation of evidence-based best practices for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure of human disease. It is part of the prestigious Clinical and Translational Science Awards, or CTSA, consortium funded by the National Institutes of Health.
University of Florida Health
UF Health is the Southeast’s most comprehensive academic health center and part of one of the nation’s top public universities, unique for our diverse constellation of health colleges, centers and institutes, and our hospitals, faculty practices and patient care programs. UF Health encompasses the Gainesville-based colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health and Health Professions, and Veterinary Medicine; the UF Health Shands family of hospitals; UF Health Jacksonville medical center; UF Health North; and an academic campus in Jacksonville that offers graduate education programs in medicine, nursing and pharmacy. It also includes primary care and specialty practices throughout north central and northeast Florida. The UF Health network of hospitals and physician practices manages more than 3 million inpatient and outpatient visits each year, and serves patients from all 67 Florida counties, from around the nation and from more than 30 countries. More than 26,500 faculty, staff and residents are employed at UF Health’s Gainesville and Jacksonville locations.
University of Florida Health’s academic colleges teach the full continuum of higher education and are preparing students to be tomorrow’s health care leaders. UF is home to nine research centers and institutes as well as the Research and Academic Center at Lake Nona, where world-class scientists collaborate on studies ranging from genetic dysfunction at the molecular level through nationwide health information programs aimed at advancing precision health for the world’s population. Each institute serves as an umbrella under which hundreds of researchers and faculty members from across UF and other institutions share their knowledge and expertise. This system allows fresh ideas to flourish and creates a combined energy that advances science in new ways. Fueled by a combined total of more than $410 million in research funding, experienced scientists at UF Health’s research centers and institutes guide newly minted Ph.D.s to ensure that tomorrow’s health leaders learn from and build on today’s successes.
UF College of Pharmacy
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy was established in 1923 and is the oldest of six health science colleges at UF. Consistently ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the top pharmacy college in Florida and number nine nationally, the college prides itself on training the next generation of pharmacists through its master’s, Pharm.D., and Ph.D. programs. Faculty in the college are annually recognized among the elite educators in the country with recent awards from organizations such as the National Academy of Medicine, the American Association of College’s of Pharmacy, the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, among others.
The Pharm.D. program annually enrolls 240 students across the college’s three campuses in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando. Each campus features the same Pharm.D. curriculum. Through its innovative flipped classroom, team-based and inter-professional Pharm.D. curriculum introduced in 2015, the college is preparing students to be 21st century pharmacists ready to provide patient-centered care. The curriculum emphasizes personal and professional development that are key to students being highly effective clinicians.
Research activities in the college span a broad range of interests and generated nearly $20 million in extramural funding in academic year 2017-18. The college has four research centers: The Center for Integrative Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease, The Center for Pharmacogenomics and Precision Medicine, the Center for Drug Discovery, and the Center for Pharmacometrics and Systems Pharmacology. The college is recognized internationally for its scientific contributions in the areas of pharmacogenomics, pharmacometrics, pharmaceutical outcomes and policy, and drug design and discovery research.
The college has extensive affiliations, partnerships and collaborations to support practice excellence. A key contributor to UF Health, the Southeast’s most comprehensive health system, the college offers a wealth of interdisciplinary educational, research and clinical partnerships. The close relationship with UF Health has forged successful development of interprofessional educational and innovative advanced pharmacy practice experiences, strong involvement in the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, other interdisciplinary research, and service that has improved patient safety. In addition to active practice sites maintained by clinical practice faculty, the Center for Quality Medication Management has personnel in Gainesville and Orlando.