Isotretinoin is commonly used by adolescents and young adults to treat more severe cases of acne and has been heavily regulated by the FDA to prevent its use during pregnancy.
NPAC is an alliance of scientists and clinicians, civil rights advocates and people with lived experience aiming to transform the systems and policies that pose barriers to the health of people in pain.
The PhRMA Foundation solicited proposals on how value assessment can better capture evidence regarding diverse populations and drivers of health disparities.
The Quality Metrics Expert Panel is a small group of experts who meet monthly to recommend measures for testing and for endorsement by the Pharmacy Quality Alliance.
Since its inception in March 2019, the group has initiated 17 unique research projects and involved more than 20 Pharm.D. students.
UF College of Pharmacy faculty and students played an important role in leading the 36th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeutic Risk Management.
The incoming class features 21 Ph.D. and two residential master’s students, from nine states and four countries.
Graduate students Ariana Brice-Tutt and Mohammed Gbadamosi received AFPE Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowships, while Razanne Oueini, a Pharm.D. student, received a Gateway to Research Fellowship award.
The study in JAMA Network Open finds that more than 2 million Americans purchase their prescription drugs from outside the U.S. to save money.
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy received a record $28.3 million in research awards in 2019.