Researchers in the UF College of Pharmacy found commonly prescribed antibiotic ear drops may increase the risk of a perforated eardrum after ear tube surgery.
Joshua Brown, Pharm.D., Ph.D., M.S., an assistant professor of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy, has been selected as a TEDMED 2017 Research Scholar.
A record 89 poster entries and a keynote address about how technology is transforming clinical drug development highlighted the annual event.
Three University of Florida College of Pharmacy researchers were recently installed as endowed professors in the college.
Antibiotic resistance is a growing threat in the United States. As John Gums, Pharm.D., associate dean for clinical affairs, writes in the The Conversation, solving the problem begins with the patient-provider relationship. When patients and providers make a collective effort to avoid inappropriate prescribing, they achieve a more responsible level of infectious disease care.
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy celebrated more than 400 graduates from the class of 2016 during commencement ceremonies April 28 through May 2.
University of Florida College of Pharmacy researchers found no evidence that children taking atomoxetine were at an increased risk of suicide or suicide attempts despite an FDA warning.
Matthew Kirchoff, Pharm.D., M.S., a dual degree graduate of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, was presented with the college’s Outstanding Young Alumni Award during a ceremony hosted by the UF Alumni Association on April 9. Kirchoff earned three degrees from UF, including a Bachelor of Science in nutrition in 2005, a Doctor of…
The research talents of nearly 70 College of Pharmacy graduate and professional students and postdoctoral fellows were on display at the 29th Annual Research Showcase competition.
The College of Pharmacy nominated Dr. Frost for one of the University of Florida’s highest honors.