The 103-chapter pharmaceutical fraternity Phi Delta Chi ranked the UF College of Pharmacy’s Gainesville chapter, Delta Delta, as its No. 4 chapter for 2019–2020.
The race to find effective treatments for COVID-19 isn’t just about developing new drugs. University of Florida Health scientists are studying a trio of existing medications known to have broad antiviral activity.
This is the eighth consecutive year that the Orlando chapter, Epsilon Mu, has ranked in the top 10.
The incoming class features 21 Ph.D. and two residential master’s students, from nine states and four countries.
The UF College of Pharmacy Pharm.D. class of 2024 features 223 students, with 113 attending the Gainesville campus, 73 in Orlando and 37 in Jacksonville.
As large blooms of toxic blue-green algae have become an annual phenomenon in Florida’s freshwater lakes and rivers, as well as other places worldwide, UF researchers have identified a new method to control its growth
For the sixth consecutive year, one of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy’s campuses has won the Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists Student Society of the Year award. The 2019-2020 award goes to the Gainesville campus chapter. The award is given annually to the society that demonstrates outstanding achievements…
Nearly 140 spring and summer Ph.D. and Master of Science graduates of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy were recognized at the virtual commencement ceremony.
The college celebrated first-year students completing their CIPPE with the virtual event White Coat Official: An End of CIPPE Celebration, Aug. 7.
When it became evident in late March that most research would be halted because of COVID-19, Dr. Jay McLaughlin’s lab went into high gear.