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Thomson Reuters interview with Dr. Larry Lesko

Thomson Reuters interviewed Lawrence Lesko, Ph.D., professor of pharmaceutics at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. The story was featured in Thomson Reuters’ Research Highlight Series in the institution and government research section.  …

Dr. Schmidt receives ASCPT appointment

Stephan Schmidt, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the department of pharmaceutics, has been appointed as the vice chair of the Systems Pharmacology Community at the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, or ASCPT. In his role, he will lead efforts to develop a five-year strategic plan…

Honoring Distinguished Service

Marcus Brewster, Nicholas Bodor and Hartmut Derendorf Graduate Research Professor Emeritus (active) Nicholas Bodor, Ph.D., D.Sc., was honored in February on his 75th birthday for more than 30 years of service to the UF College of Pharmacy. Bodor, executive director of the UF Center for Drug Discovery, joined…

UF Professor Emeritus Receives Hungarian Recognition of Merit & Science

Nicholas Bodor, Ph.D., D.Sc., Graduate Research Professor Emeritus (active) at the UF College of Pharmacy, in 2011, received high honors from his native country, Hungary in recognition of his global scientific accomplishments. In August, the Hungarian government recognized Bodor at its official ceremony in Budapest. Bodor received the Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic, a prestigious state award of civil merit. He received the cross at an official ceremony in the Hungarian parliament on the eve of the August 20th national celebration of Hungary's canonized first king, St. Stephen. Bodor also received the complemental pin, the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit and an ornate diploma summarizing his accomplishments. Previously, in 2004, he received the Gold Cross of Merit of the Hungarian Republic.