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College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions

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The South Dakota State University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions is nationally recognized for excellence in preparing students to provide high quality patient-centered care. Our academic programs provide a student-centered education in state-of-the-art facilities. Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of outstanding learning experiences including experiential education, interprofessional education, simulation, and student organization activities.

In the area of research, the college features a vast array of projects. Research teams led by faculty are making progress on projects that can enhance the health and well-being of people around the world. The college’s growing research portfolio includes cancer treatment, unique drug delivery systems, addiction to drugs and alcohol, cardiovascular health, vaccine technology and interprofessional collaborative care.



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Emily Van Klompenburg, a medical operations officer in the South Dakota Army National Guard and an assistant professor at pharmacy practice at South Dakota State University, stands at the entrance of Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, Africa, Oct. 25. She arrived in late September and won’t return to the U.S. until mid-2021.

Christmas in Djibouti / SDSU pharmacy prof stationed with Guard in Africa

Sun. Sand. A view of the gulf. Sounds like a great spot to spend Christmas.

SDSU pharmacy students honored for diabetes work

Student pharmacists at South Dakota State University have been honored for their work to promote diabetes awareness through Operation Diabetes.

Reineke receives NIH grant to help eradicate tuberculosis

Assistant professor Joshua Reineke will use microparticles that mimic the tuberculosis bacteria to help eradicate TB through a National Institutes of Health R01 grant.