The drug hydroxychloroquine is dominating the news as a possible weapon in the fight against COVID-19. A UF College of Pharmacy infectious diseases expert separates facts from fiction.
The fifth annual UF Precision Medicine Conference attracted more than 185 attendees from 30 states and was held Feb. 20-22, in Orlando.
Folakemi Odedina, Ph.D., a pharmacotherapy and translational research professor in the UF College of Pharmacy, has been appointed to two research groups within two different organizations in December: The American Cancer Society and the Nigeria National University Commission. American Cancer Society’s National Prostate Cancer Disparities Advisory Team The…
Ujhelyi is a 1987 graduate of the UF College of Pharmacy and joins UF from Boston Scientific, where he served as a senior regional medical director helping bring medical innovations to market.
The American Society of Hematology, or ASH, honored four gators from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy — two postdoctoral associates and two graduate students — at its 61st Annual Meeting in Orlando, Dec. 7-10.
Julie Johnson, Pharm.D., has received one of the pharmacy profession’s most prestigious awards — the Paul F. Parker Medal from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Johnson, dean and distinguished professor in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, was presented the Parker Medal at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, or ACCP, Annual Meeting in New York City on Oct. 27.
UF Health recognized 22 new endowed professors in the academic colleges, including two University of Florida College of Pharmacy faculty.
The American College of Clinical Pharmacology honored Dean Johnson with the Distinguished Investigator Award, one of the organization's highest honors.
Bulitta's research focuses on multidrug-resistant bacterial “superbugs,” which the World Health Organization identified as one of the most serious threats to human health.
Farland began her two-year term as president of the Team-Based Learning Collaborative in July.