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The college will participate in a multisite demonstration that identifies and tests community-based strategies to improve medication safety for people with complex health and social needs.
The closing of rural pharmacies affects vulnerable demographics, such as the elderly and those suffering from chronic illnesses—leading to poorer health outcomes for individuals and their communities.
"Community pharmacists have an opportunity to engage with patients who might be at risk of opioid use disorder or of overdose," said Assist. Prof. Laura Palombi.
David Stenehjem works in the rapidly growing field of outcomes research, which guides his research on midostaurin in FLT3-mutated acute myeloid leukemia.
Carolyn Fairbanks, professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics, has been named associate dean for research. She will develop research priorities, respond to new opportunities, and support research career development.
Can we use nanotechnology to transform our own immune cells into cancer serial killers?
The Regents Professorship is the highest honor the University bestows on its faculty.
There is an urgent need for better methods to treat bacterial infection in the race between developing new antibiotics and the emergence of drug-resistant bacteria.
Eneh is part of a small group participating in the Uganda Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience.
Founded in 1892, the College of Pharmacy has a rich history of innovative education, pioneering research, and interdisciplinary practice development to meet the diverse needs of the people of Minnesota and the world.
Amy Leslie, Director of Communications