Management Science for Health (MSH)

MSH supports in training our B.Pharm and Masters Students to provide training on Medicines supply chain management course.

Kenyatta National Hospital

Clinical Ward rounds for Both our B.Pharm and Masters Students take place at KNH

TuDelft University of Technology, Netherlands

 Formulation of tooth paste using Aloe vera to promoteOral Health Education within Kenyan Vulnerable Communities
Student name Francesco Brutto
Student number 4049349
Chairman Prof. Dr. Prabhu Kandachar (Design Engineering)
Mentor Ir. Annemiek van Boejien (Design Aesthetics)
NGO Jukumu Letu (Ngong, Nairobi – Kenya)
NGO Contact Mrs Caroline Matsalia (Founder and Social Worker)
Master Design for Interaction
Start April 2011
End August 2011

National Science Council for Science and Technology

NCST has provided a research grant amounting to KShs 1,000,000 to help Dr. David Gitonga Nyamu in advancing his PhD research career.The grant is intended for:

 Clinical research data collection, purchase of equipment, consumables, literature, travels etc

Supplementary/special Examinations Begin on 12th January 2015

UPC 411 Pharmaceutics  B.Pharm level IV on 12th January 2015
UPC 311 Pharmaceutics B.Pharm  level III on 14th January 2015
UPC 315 Social and behavioural Pharmacy B.Pharm III on 21st January 2015
UPC 415 Social and Administrative Pharmacy B.Pharm level IV on 21st January 2015
UPC 416 Clinical Pharmacy B.Pharm Level IV on 16th January 2015

MPharm Clinical and Industrial Pharmacy students graduate at the recent graduation ceremony

The department would like to congratulate the recent graduands who were conferred the masters degrees in clinical pharmacy and industrial pharmacy.

This was the first time the Department was graduating students in Industrial Pharmacy. We wish all the graduands the best as they re-enter the job market to contribute to nation building. 


Federation of East Africa Pharmaceutical Manufacturers are facilitators of research at SoP and DOPP

School of Pharmacy (UoN) and Universal Corporation are working together on a project funded by Federation of East African Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and GIZ. The project involves development of a generic Rufinamide (an orphan anti-epileptic drug) product for use in East Africa for the management of children with Lennox Gastaut Syndrome.

phase 1 of this project involves formulation development of generic rufinamide tablets and development and validation of methods of analysis and sclae up to industry level production.

DOPPP collaborates with Universal Corporation Ltd

 The Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Practice is now collaborating with Universal Corporation Ltd (UCL) on development of pharmaceutical formulations. UCL will be one of the rotational sites for the postgraduate students doing their Induatrial pharmacy course.

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