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Lake Nona Leadership Council Symposium attracts top scientists and clinicians

Published: Feb 29th, 2016

Biosimulation in drug development and regulatory science served as the focus of the symposium.

Dr. Shauna Buring named as next Associate Dean for Student Affairs

Published: Feb 3rd, 2016

Buring will lead the Office of Student Affairs at the College of Pharmacy beginning May 9.

College of Pharmacy hosts 29th Annual Research Showcase

Published: Jan 25th, 2016

The research talents of nearly 70 College of Pharmacy graduate and professional students and postdoctoral fellows were on display at the 29th Annual Research Showcase competition.

Dr. Phil Frost receives UF honorary degree

Published: Jan 25th, 2016

The College of Pharmacy nominated Dr. Frost for one of the University of Florida’s highest honors.

WPPD Program celebrates 2,500th graduate

Published: Jan 20th, 2016

Canadian pharmacist Vincent Ho was honored as the 2,500th graduate of the UF College of Pharmacy’s WPPD Program.

Dr. Almut Winterstein named chair of the department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy

Published: Dec 21st, 2015

Dr. Winterstein is recognized as an international leader in drug safety and pharmacoepidemiology.

UF to host inaugural Precision Medicine Conference

Published: Dec 15th, 2015

UF to host inaugural Precision Medicine Conference addressing the expanding role of pharmacogenomics in clinical medicine and education.

‘Personalized medicine’ drives better outcomes for certain heart patients

Published: Nov 12th, 2015

UF Health researchers find that a quick genetic test can tell doctors early on whether a crucial anti-clotting drug will work.

College of Pharmacy welcomes alumni back to campus for homecoming weekend

Published: Nov 7th, 2015

Annual BBQ Reunion offers alumni and friends to reconnect before UF football game.

Researchers find novel compounds kill biofilms, may eliminate persistent bacterial infections

Published: Nov 3rd, 2015

College of Pharmacy researchers have developed potent new compounds with aquatic origins that may offer relief for the 17 million American affected by biofilm-associated bacterial infections annually.