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Company Overview of St. Louis College of Pharmacy
St. Louis College of Pharmacy provides bachelors, masters, Ph. D, and first professional degrees in pharmacy and related sciences. St. Louis College of Pharmacy was founded in 1864 and is based in St. Louis, Missouri. It has endowment assets $49 million.
4588 Parkview Place
St. Louis, MO 63110-1088
Founded in 1864
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St. Louis College of Pharmacy Key Developments
St. Louis College of Pharmacy Collaborates with Washington University School of Medicine for the Creation of the Center for Clinical Pharmacology
Sep 9 15
St. Louis College of Pharmacy (STLCOP) and Washington University School of Medicine are collaborating for the first time in the creation of the Center for Clinical Pharmacology. The center's five laboratories occupy 12,000 square feet of the sixth floor in STLCOP's recently completed building at the intersection of Taylor and Duncan avenues in the Central West End. Clinical pharmacology is the process by which clinical uses are found for chemical advances, according to Dr. Alex Evers, the Henry E. Mallinckrodt Professor and head of Washington University's Department of Anesthesiology. It currently takes an average of 17 years for a chemical discovery to become a clinical practice. As 50-50 partners, the two schools invested a combined $5 million to manage the center in its first year of operations. Pieper said it's expected to create approximately 35 new jobs, when fully staffed over the next three years, The center's initial focus will be on research to better understand and improve pain treatment.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy Plans to Construct Seven-Story Student Center, Residence Hall and Recreation Facility
Jun 25 15
The St. Louis College of Pharmacy plans to construct a seven-story student center, residence hall and recreation facility. The 190,000-square-foot building will be located at South Taylor Avenue and Parkview Place, the northeast corner of the school's Central West End campus. Plans call for it to be ready for use by December 2016. School officials plan to pay for the $40 million project through a combination of donor contributions and a bond issue. The first floor will include a large dining hall and kitchen, reception area and a competition gymnasium. The second floor will have additional seating for the dining hall, meeting rooms, and an intramural gymnasium. A recreation center with a 200-meter, three-lane indoor track will be the main feature on the third floor. The student center, including a success center and student support offices, will be on the fourth floor. The college's second residence hall with room for 220 beds will be on the fifth through seventh floors, nearly doubling the college's on-campus housing space. Forum Studio of St. Louis is the project's architect and PARIC Corporation, also of St. Louis, is the general contractor. The project requires the demolition of Whelpley Hall, which is expected to begin soon. The building is part of a larger project, which included the construction of a new $50 million academic and research building and library on the east side of campus along Taylor Avenue. The 213,000-square-foot building will include a large auditorium, several large and small classrooms, study areas, and 30,000 square feet of research space. The library will more than triple in size.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy Announces Executive Changes
Mar 18 15
St. Louis College of Pharmacy announced that Heather Flabiano has been appointed to the position. Her specific title will be vice president of finance and chief financial officer. She will begin work on June 1. Flabiano will come to the college from Saint Louis University, where she serves as assistant dean for finance and administration in the College for Public Health and Social Justice. Flabiano is a former CFO of the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas and also has held positions at United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Southern Methodist University and Deloitte. Flabiano replaces former CFO Gary Torrence, who has retired after 17 years at the school.
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