As part of a network of over 10,400 alumni living and working all over the world, you are part of a community that is moving science and health -- you are pharmacy, and you’re leading the way for new generations of pharmacists and new innovations in pharmaceutical sciences.
We want to stay in touch with you, share your stories, and share opportunities for you to learn about new developments at the faculty, events, and innovations that help keep the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the forefront of the industry.
Submissions are now open for the 2024 Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy Alumni Awards! Do you know a deserving alum? Nominate them by May 31st!
Join the Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations for a refreshed in-person networking and education event series at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy. This series will bring together alumni leaders and mentors to inspire and engage our emerging alumni community.
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy graduates are transforming the broader pharmaceutical community. Read more on how our alumni are helping to move science and health.
Stay Connected with the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
We want to keep in touch with you. You can reach out at any time to our Office of Advancement and Alumni Affairs.
You can also connect with our office and your fellow classmates online – follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn!
Ways to Give
There are many ways to support our students to drive pharmacy practice innovations and pharmaceutical sciences research.
April 17, 2024 6:00 pm - April 17, 2024 8:00 pm
Room 850, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
Senior Development Officer,
Advancement and Faculty Events Coordinator
Alumni & Donor News
Alumni from the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy gathered for the first session of a new networking and engagement event series, Pharmacy Changemakers.Read More
Awards recognize longstanding and significant volunteer contributions to U of T community.Read More
Zahra Ali says International Pharmacy Graduate and PharmD for Pharmacist programs have broadened career opportunities and enhanced her community practice.Read More