El Saafien received a two-year postdoctoral fellowship, while Morris was awarded a one-year predoctoral fellowship.
A study led by Dr. Steven Smith suggests population-level blood pressure, particularly among racial and ethnic minorities, might have increased following the 2016 presidential election.
Fourteen members of the class of 2022 were officially inducted at the ASEMFL Annual Meeting in Orlando on Nov. 5.
Research by Patrick Antonelli, M.D., and Almut Winterstein, Ph.D., shows quinolone ear drops used to treat infection increase the risk of tendon ruptures.
Dr. Winterstein was one of nine ISPE members honored with the award at the 38th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The annual event took place Sept. 19 at the UF Hilton Conference Center.
Swaan becomes the eighth dean of the college in its 99-year history.
The model will help regulators, as well as the pharmaceutical industry, evaluate the best- and worst-case scenarios when hormonal contraceptives are prescribed with new drug candidates.
A four-year study aims to identify the patient groups who would benefit most from newer glucose-lowering drugs.
The project aims to identify barriers and facilitators to the enrollment and completion of the National Diabetes Prevention Program and evaluate its long-term effectiveness and cost-effectiveness.