Researchers in the UF College of Pharmacy determined that a child’s age when diagnosed with ADHD may be a strong predictor of the types and number of medications that are later prescribed to treat psychiatric conditions.
Dr. Winterstein is one of 34 UF faculty members to receive a University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship for 2017-2020.
Dr. Winterstein was one of five UF graduate faculty members to receive the prestigious university award for her efforts to promote excellence in doctoral studies and mentor students in their pursuit of a graduate education.
Researchers in the UF College of Pharmacy found commonly prescribed antibiotic ear drops may increase the risk of a perforated eardrum after ear tube surgery.
Three University of Florida College of Pharmacy researchers were recently installed as endowed professors in the college.
Dr. Almut Winterstein Almut Winterstein, RPH, Ph.D., FISPE, a professor and chair of the department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy, has been named The Dr. Robert and Barbara Crisafi Chair in Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy. She is the second scholar appointed…
University of Florida College of Pharmacy researchers found no evidence that children taking atomoxetine were at an increased risk of suicide or suicide attempts despite an FDA warning.
Dr. Winterstein is recognized as an international leader in drug safety and pharmacoepidemiology.
UF researchers are using risk scores to prevent adverse drug events and better manage glucose levels of hospitalized patients.