UF to host inaugural Precision Medicine Conference addressing the expanding role of pharmacogenomics in clinical medicine and education.
UF Health researchers find that a quick genetic test can tell doctors early on whether a crucial anti-clotting drug will work.
Annual BBQ Reunion offers alumni and friends to reconnect before UF football game.
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.
UF researchers are using risk scores to prevent adverse drug events and better manage glucose levels of hospitalized patients.
Phenylephrine is an FDA-approved drug found in many over-the-counter cough, cold and allergy products, but UF researchers conclude that oral phenylephrine is ineffective at treating nasal congestion.
Celebrate homecoming with your UF Pharmily at the College of Pharmacy's alumni BBQ on Nov. 7.
Team-building activity puts student spotlight on pharmacy's role in improving population health.
Dr. Jatinder Lamba assists in a clinical trial that will examine whether computer simulation modeling can accurately predict how a person reacts to the different cancer therapies.
Dr. Hartmut Derendorf will serve as an ambassador of the University of Florida's academic and research achievements in his new alumni role.