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After 36 years, Dr. Ted Tong is stepping down from his role as Associate Dean of Student Affairs.

University of Arizona research identified as breakthrough invention for the Freedom from Cancer Startup Challenge.

Dr. Jeannie Lee has accepted the role as Assistant Dean for Student Services. Congratulations Dr. Lee!

The kiosk has the functionalities of a brick-and-mortar pharmacy, and the kiosks are held to the same standards as licensed pharmacists. 

The Call Center has fielded nearly 700 calls primarily from the public since its launch in late March.

Ivo Abraham, PhD, RN, previously served as the Quantitate Methods Associate Editor.

We need more awareness of the necessity of depression screening among adults.

Here in the Southwest, especially with Superfund, we’re worried about all the old smelting and mining, and arsenic being around in dust. So the long-term goal is to determine how arsenic is causing different kinds of cancer, and to see if we can figure out the pathways that are affected so we can develop therapeutics to treat these people.

The Elias Schlossberg Award was presented at the AzPA’s recent annual convention.

The Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center studies the effects of arsenic, air particulates, sunlight and other environmental factors.

"We are here to answer questions—anything related to opioids—we are here to help out."

The Center for Health Outcomes & PharmacoEconomic Research completed their 6th annual meta-analysis training program!

Genesence, a new venture that unlocks the power of pharmacogenetics, bested 21 other student startup teams to win the grand prize.

Dr. Maryam Fazel spoke with KJZZ about the potential impacts of the new automated service.

Faculty, alumni and colleagues celebrated UA leadership in AzPA at the annual convention in Phoenix!

Each team was tasked with developing a research proposal designed to demonstrate the value of a clinical pharmacist providing antimicrobial stewardship services in a small rural critical access hospital environment.

Dr. Warholak will serve as the 2019-2020 Economic, Social and Administrative Sciences Section Chair-Elect for the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science.

The college has grown and science has changed over the years. The addition and renovation project is key to further growth. 

The project works to improve health in underserved communities through patient self-management and interdisciplinary care.