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As the lead institution, UF will receive $1.5 million in annual recurrent funding from the state of Florida to support the research mission of the Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research.
The 225 entry-level Pharm.D. program graduates are known as “The Trailblazers,” for adapting to a new team-based learning curriculum.
Blok earned his Master of Pharmacy in Science degree from the UF College of Pharmacy in May 2019.
UF ranked No. 4 nationally in both total funding ($23.7 million) and NIH funding ($16.5 million) in the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy research rankings.