Researchers find novel therapeutic approaches targeting melanoma

A pair of drug discovery researchers has identified a novel compound that can potentially be used as a molecular weapon targeting malignant melanoma cells.

A pie to the face - for a good cause?!

Pharmacy students are raising funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Watch volunteers take a pie to the face on March 31. 

Increasing diversity: NIH funds undergrad program in environmental health

A new National Institutes of Health-funded program involving six University of Arizona colleges and the BIO5 Institute is aimed at increasing diversity in the ranks of environmental health scientists.

Researchers find novel therapeutic approaches targeting melanoma

A pair of drug discovery researchers has identified a novel compound that can potentially be used as a molecular weapon targeting malignant melanoma cells.

A pie to the face - for a good cause?!

Pharmacy students are raising funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Watch volunteers take a pie to the face on March 31. 

Increasing diversity: NIH funds undergrad program in environmental health

A new National Institutes of Health-funded program involving six University of Arizona colleges and the BIO5 Institute is aimed at increasing diversity in the ranks of environmental health scientists.

Researchers find novel therapeutic approaches targeting melanoma

A pair of drug discovery researchers has identified a novel compound that can potentially be used as a molecular weapon targeting malignant melanoma cells.

A pie to the face - for a good cause?!

Pharmacy students are raising funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Watch volunteers take a pie to the face on March 31. 

Increasing diversity: NIH funds undergrad program in environmental health

A new National Institutes of Health-funded program involving six University of Arizona colleges and the BIO5 Institute is aimed at increasing diversity in the ranks of environmental health scientists.

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Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center to host national meeting

The college's Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center will host the 2015 joint meeting of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences core center directors and training grant directors April 13-15 at the Marriott University Park in Tucson.

Career symposium draws more than 60 attendees

The COP Graduate Student Council hosted a Pharmacy Professional and Graduate Student Symposium March 6 to introduce graduate and pharmacy students to career opportunities in industries outside of academia, hospital pharmacy and community pharmacy.

2 assistant professors publish studies about meds & older adults

Two assistant professors in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science (including Jeannie Lee, left) recently had articles published regarding their research examining the relationship between certain medications and community-dwelling older adults. 

ACPE to review COP accreditation in 2016

The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education will visit COP during the week of Oct. 10-14, 2016 to review the college for continuing accreditation

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