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Managing medications can be difficult. An aging population with a variety of health challenges brings the need for more at-home care options, especially for managing medications.
Did you know that your pharmacist is more than someone who fills prescriptions?
Pharmacists can help keep tabs on the overall health of those with mental illnesses.
What does it take to get to that moment in a clinic when a doctor gives a patient a compound never before used in modern medicine? The story of Minnelide, an investigational drug for pancreatic cancer patients now in a Phase IA clinical trial at the University of Minnesota, illustrates just how complex and exhilarating that journey can be.
U.S.News and World Report rankings reflect peer assessments of the program
Award is the Highest Non-Degree Conferred by the University of Minnesota
Marilyn Speedie, PhD, will retire as Dean of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy in early 2017 or until a replacement is in place.
The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) recently awarded the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy a full eight years of accreditation.
The award is given annually to someone who supports the college and its students through service to education, the profession, research and the community.
“I’m driven to discover better ways to match drugs to [each] individual,” said Professor Pamala Jacobson.