This fall will mark two years since the opioid antagonist naloxone, commonly known as Narcan, has been available in Minnesota pharmacies. The increased availability of the life-saving drug has made a difference.
Associate Professor Michelle Johnson-Jennings is a trained clinical psychologist, a health researcher and advocate for tribal communities and a member of the Choctaw Nation.
The U has joined a team of academic institutions, private companies, governmental entities and non-profit organizations across the U.S. as a partner for the newly established National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL).
This unique play addressed health disparities and cultural beliefs about health, illness and disease, and focused on drugs and medicine.
Around the Globe
- Students Provide Culturally Sensitive Care In Rural Guatemala
- Annual Student-Led Medical Mission Trip to Haiti
⇒ Melendy Lecture: The Pharmacist’s Role in Patient Self-Determined End of Life
⇒ Randall Seifert Receives Weaver Medal
⇒ Indo-U.S. Rare Disease Conference
⇒ Annual Pharmacy Gala
⇒ 5th Annual Women Impacting Healthcare Conference
⇒ 2017 Pharmacy Day and Annual MPSA Auction
⇒ Class of 2017
⇒ Alum Steven Simenson Receives Outstanding Achievement Award
From the Dean
This is my last “Letter from the Dean,” as I am stepping down after more than 21 years as Dean of this college. Read more