/ Robert D. Gibson, PharmD, SOP faculty member, 1972
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Scope/Content: A young Robert D. Gibson, PharmD, working in the lab with apparatus.
Dr. Robert D. Gibson received his BA from the University of Oregon, BS. Pharm.D. from the University of California, San Francisco and Sc.D. (hon.) from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. He has served as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Academic Affairs, Associate Dean for Professional Affairs at the School of Pharmacy and Director of the Pharmaceutical Technology Laboratory at UCSF.
Throughout his career, Robert Gibson has worked to gain inclusion for all minorities in the pharmacy profession. In addition to being the first African American to head two national pharmacy organizations (APhA and the AACP), he is also a Fulbright Scholar. Perhaps most notably, he was the first African American recipient of the Remington Medal, pharmacyâs highest honor, which he was awarded in 2006 for his visionary work in promoting diversity in the pharmacy profession.