UF pharmacy researchers have found a potential new way of targeting a population of immune-suppressive T cells that could possibly benefit a large population of cancer patients, including those who will not respond to other immunotherapies.
Dr. Hendrik Luesch and a team of researchers have discovered a novel marine natural product that binds to a new site of tubulin, an important target for cancer drugs.
In a year filled with great adversity and challenges, the exceptional work of six staff members in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy was recognized with a Superior Accomplishment Award. UF annually presents the award to staff members who go above and beyond their job responsibilities and provide outstanding…
The award recognizes exceptional teaching in graduate doctoral education and excellence in mentoring doctoral students throughout their dissertation project.
Richard Segal splits his teaching career into two periods: B.T.B.L and A.T.B.L., or before team-based learning and after team-based learning. “I was burned out on the old way of teaching,” he said.
The third annual Stand Up & Holler: Gator Nation Giving Day is scheduled for February 18. The 24-hour fundraising campaign will rally together UF faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends to support UF and its areas of positive impact in our state, nation and world. This year’s campaign will feature a…
The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, or ACPE, has awarded full accreditation to the University of Florida College of Pharmacy through 2029.
Student volunteers in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando have joined the vaccination effort to help stem the pandemic.
Girl Scouts from across the country grabbed their boarding passes and joined students from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy’s Orlando campus for a virtual introduction to the pharmacy profession.
Dr. Chris McCurdy explains how science is attempting to answer safety questions around kratom in this Conversation story.