A new program pioneered by the department of student affairs at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy offers highly qualified high school seniors and UF freshmen the opportunity to streamline their path to pharmacy school.
Lingineni’s award-winning research features the development of a quantitative disease progression model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Assistant Dean Carol Motycka, Pharm.D., and the UF College of Pharmacy's Jacksonville campus helped lead the restoration efforts and secured the plaque's new home in the Jacksonville Public Library.
The award is presented annually to a Cardiology PRN member who has made significant and long-lasting research contributions to the field of cardiovascular pharmacotherapy.
Fellowship designation is emblematic of excellence in the practice and science of clinical pharmacy. The distinction is awarded to individuals who have made sustained contributions to ACCP.
UF researchers found kratom delivered significant pain-relieving benefits, reduced opioid withdrawal symptoms and caused minimal respiratory depression.
Donations came from 189 individuals, including a $50,000 matching gift from Bob Crisafi, Ph.D., ’56.
UF College of Pharmacy faculty and students played an important role in leading the 36th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeutic Risk Management.
The students will provide advice and guidance to the forum regarding the unique needs of student members and how these needs might be addressed by ASHP resources.
CQM proposed using its scalable, cost-effective telepharmacy program to improve health access and medication literacy.