Faculty Profile

Larry Leung

BSc(Pharm), RPh
Assistant Professor of Teaching

Contact Information

Primary Phone Number (604) 827-2482
Email Address larry.leung@ubc.ca
Office 3515, Pharmaceutical Sciences Building

Selected Publications

Min J, Albon S, Leung L, Clarke A. Creating a pharmacy elective course in Indigenous health. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & Learning. 2020;12(8):1004-1013. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cptl.2020.04.010

Leung L, Min J. Navigating Allyship through Indigenization, Decolonization, and Reconciliation: Perspectives from Non-Indigenous Pharmacy Educators. INNOVATIONS in pharmacy. 2020;11(1):8. https://doi.org/10.24926/iip.v11i1.2300.


"Future Alumni Agent of Change." Leung L. UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2018.

"The British Columbia Community Achievement Award." Leung L. British Columbia Achievement Foundation. 2014.

"Ben Gant Innovative Practice Award." Leung L. BC Pharmacy Association. 2014.


Leung L, Min J. (November/December, 2020). Interprofessional Education in the PharmD Program: perspectives and lessons learned from UBC. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 153(6):S22. doi-org.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/10.1177/1715163520973469

Leung L, Min J. (November/December, 2020). Popular student activities to support indigenous health content. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 153(6):S23. doi-org.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/10.1177/1715163520973469

Leung L, Ryan T. Indigenous Cultural Safety and Allyship. Continuing Pharmacy Professional Development (CPPD), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, March 7, 2020.


Larry Leung is an Assistant Professor of Teaching under the Associate Dean Academic, at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and also completed a postgraduate Community Pharmacy Residency at UBC. He currently serves in the following leadership capacities: Course Coordinator of PHRM141 Seminar: Pharmacists in Practice I, Course Coordinator of PHRM323 Pharmaceutical Care in Indigenous Health, Neurology Module Co-Lead of PHRM 212 Medication Management III, and Interprofessional Education Curricular Theme Co-Lead.  Larry has a strong passion for collaborating with colleagues and external partners to explore three educational areas of significant interest: 1) Decolonizing and Indigenizing Pharmacy Education, 2) Interprofessional Education, and 3) The Role of the Pharmacist in Practice.

Larry currently serves as co-Principal Investigator of a large Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund grant entitled, "UPROOT: A Community-Based Approach to Decolonizing and Indigenizing the Pharmacy Curriculum" and Principal Investigator on a Community-Unversity Engagement Support fund entitled, "Lixsatimutilh – We are each other’s medicine: Preserving and Revitalizing Traditional Nuxalk Medicines Knowledge."

Larry's current focus of scholarly research is on Indigenous health and interprofessional education.