The hard work of showing the effectiveness of the first-ever drug to target a genetic mutation linked to AML in a large and broad population of patients has begun. With expertise in pharmaceutical and outcomes research, few people are better positioned to lead this charge than Associate Professor David Stenehjem.
Carston R. Wagner and his team developed techniques that activate immune cells, specifically T-cells, to track down and eradicate tumor cells.
Around the Globe
- Pharmacy Research, Practice, and Education in Uganda
- Students Learn About Pharmacy Practice in Portugal
⇒ David J.W. Grant Symposium Draws Attendees from Around the Globe
⇒ 125th Anniversary Gala & Campaign Kickoff
⇒ PGx Conference Brings Together National Experts in Pharmacogenomics
⇒ Don Uden Receives Weaver Medal
⇒ 2018 Pharmacy Day Included Outdoor Activities, Annual MPSA Auction
⇒ Class of 2018 Commencement
⇒ Scott Setzepfandt Receives Alumni Service Award
From the Dean
Throughout 2018, the College of Pharmacy has held a number of events to mark our 125th anniversary and other milestones, including the 15th anniversary of our expansion to Duluth and the 50th anniversary of our Century Mortar Club. Read more.