On the road to success with COP’s 2015 grads

The 2015 graduates of the College of Pharmacy have begun their “real lives” after receiving their degrees May 15. What paths did they choose?

UA startup to develop tumor-starving cancer treatment

Startup company Synactix Pharmaceuticals Inc., headed by associate professor Hong-Yu Li and alumnus Brendan Frett, has licensed a novel cancer treatment technology developed through research at UA.

UA & Prepharmacy

UA freshmen interested in future admission to the UA College of Pharmacy should read this announcement about academic advising.

On the road to success with COP’s 2015 grads

The 2015 graduates of the College of Pharmacy have begun their “real lives” after receiving their degrees May 15. What paths did they choose?

UA startup to develop tumor-starving cancer treatment

Startup company Synactix Pharmaceuticals Inc., headed by associate professor Hong-Yu Li and alumnus Brendan Frett, has licensed a novel cancer treatment technology developed through research at UA.

UA & Prepharmacy

UA freshmen interested in future admission to the UA College of Pharmacy should read this announcement about academic advising.

On the road to success with COP’s 2015 grads

The 2015 graduates of the College of Pharmacy have begun their “real lives” after receiving their degrees May 15. What paths did they choose?

UA startup to develop tumor-starving cancer treatment

Startup company Synactix Pharmaceuticals Inc., headed by associate professor Hong-Yu Li and alumnus Brendan Frett, has licensed a novel cancer treatment technology developed through research at UA.

UA & Prepharmacy

UA freshmen interested in future admission to the UA College of Pharmacy should read this announcement about academic advising.

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Class of 2015 graduate looks forward to her new job

Stasha Morris, PharmD Class of 2015, looks forward to a job at an outpatient pharmacy clinic with the Chickasaw Nation.

SinfoniaRx and Walmart come together to improve medication utilization

Medication therapy management technology originally developed by researchers and faculty at the College of Pharmacy and now licensed to SinfoníaRx will be utilized by Walmart pharmacies to improve patient health outcomes.

A sunny future gleams for the Class of 2015

The sky was overcast on the morning of the College of Pharmacy’s Graduation Convocation 2015, but graduating students’ smiles more than made up for the gray horizon and cool temperatures of May 15.

Patient Education Council arranges screenings of hundreds of patients

The Patient Education Council (PEC) planned student pharmacist participation in numerous health fairs and other events where pharmacy students screened hundreds of patients this year.