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Kyoto Pharmaceutical University

京都薬科大学, キョウトヤッカダイガク
Representive : President, Nishino Takeshi
Establishment year: 1884
Address: 5 Misasaginakauchicho, Yamashina-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 607-8414 Japan
Organization/Research department name (5):
  • 8, Department of Pharmaceutical Science, Graduate School of
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences, The Garden of Medicinal Plants,
  • Center for Instrumental Analysis, RI Center, Library, The Center for Frontier Research
  • in Medicinal Science, The Research Center for Pharmacy
  • Education, Center for Animal Research.
History (14):
  • 1884/01
    Kyoto Private German School was founded by the students of Dr. Rudolf Lehmann in Nakagyo-ku(then Kamigyo-ku). The Department of Pharmacy was later established as a specialized course of the school.
  • 1892/01
    The Department of Pharmacy was closed and re-established as Kyoto Private Pharmaceutical School.
  • 1919/01
    Kyoto Private Pharmaceutical School was closed and re-established as Kyoto Pharmaceutical Professional School under the Professional School Law.
  • 1932/01
    The school was moved to a new campus in Misasagi, Yamashina-ku(then Higashiyama-ku).
  • 1949/01
    The school was reorganized as Kyoto Pharmaceutical University under the School Education Law.
Purpose of establishment:
Our objectives are to foster Pharmaceutists,
Pharmaceutical Engineers and Researchers, who have the
professional knowledge, skill for problem solution and
sound character. To put it in concrete, our objectives
are not only to foster individuals who have the
knowledge for creation, production, management and
dosage of medicine, but also to foster parsons who are
able to contribute to development of medical treatment,
welfare and environmental hygiene with their
professional knowledge and sound ethical view. We also
endeavor to breed students to be able to contribute to
the international society by such background and
reliance obtained from their professional skill and
results of the research.

Branch Organization  (11):

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