UF Health’s Precision Medicine Program is ushering in a new era of genetic medicine, with the introduction of a new name, leadership team and preemptive pharmacogenetics testing.
The 2019 UF Precision Medicine Conference will be held March 7-8 in Orlando. The conference promises to deliver strategies and applications for bringing genomic medicine and pharmacogenomics into patient care.
The FDA awarded a $330,000 grant to Almut Winterstein, Ph.D., a professor and the Dr. Robert and Barbara Crisafi Chair of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy, to lead the 18-month study.
The ASHP Pharmacy Student Forum has six advisory groups that provide advice and guidance to the forum regarding the unique needs of student members.
The grant will bolster research on Mitragyna speciosia, or kratom, and its potential to treat opioid misuse and physical dependence.
Clarivate Analytics recognizes scholars who have produced multiple highly cited papers and rank in the top 1 percent of citations for a publication field and year, over a 10-year period.
A pair of Orlando pharmacy students also placed in the top 10 of the Clinical Skills Challenge at ASHP Midyear.
Four critical care practitioners from the UF College of Pharmacy had their research published in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy in November.
Bradley Stockard, Pharm.D., and Abdelrahman Elsayed, M.Sc., were honored at the 60th ASH Annual Meeting.
Cooper-DeHoff’s study was selected as a Late Breaking Clinical Trial presentation.