Showa Pharmaceutical University history starts with the founding of the Showa Women’s Pharmaceutical Junior College in the year 1930. The school has been burned to the ground in bombing during World War II. However, students, faculty, and parents have always worked hand-in-hand to build the school that has been the pillar for its existence. In the year 1990 Showa Pharmaceutical University was moved from Setagaya Campus to the Machida Campus which has got its rich natural setting and cutting-edge facilities, to provide an ideal environment for pharmaceutical education and research. Showa Pharmaceutical University is enhancing its educational system and upgrading its facilities, including cooperation with a medical university and construction a new building, to make them correspond to the new six-year system. Showa Pharmaceutical University is committed to nurture pharmacists who combine a high level of expertise in pharmaceutical products with a solid sense of ethics, and a deep sensitivity for empathizing with patients. One of the major distinguishing characteristics of Showa Pharmaceutical University is the ability of all of its students to receive an education in advanced clinical pharmacy, along with training in groups of medical teams at leading university hospitals. Partnership with St. Marianna University School of Medicine, which has three university hospitals assist students to get practical experience during the course itself. With a 76-year history since its establishment, Showa Pharmaceutical University takes pride in its tradition as a distinguished pharmaceutical university, in its nationally recognized facilities, its highly enthusiastic instructional staff, as well as its verdant campus ground. In addition to these, Showa Pharmaceutical University has developed a structure for living up to the expectations of young people who aspire to enter pharmacology and fully meet the demands of society.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Showa Pharmaceutical University that are published in OMICS International journals.