The College hosted a lively reception, celebrating its past, present and future. 

UA has licensed a drug that aims to shorten the lives of cancer cells to startup Reglagene. 

Gretchen Brophy, PharmD '94, is the first non-physician to lead the multidisciplinary, international group. 

How a small student service project became the industry leader in MTM

COP alumni reunited at the recent HOPE Center Training Program in Health Outcomes and Pharmacoeconomic Research. 

Nimer Alkhatib, a PhD student in the program of Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes, has been invited by the Journal of Clinical Therapeutics to become a reviewer. 

Student members of ISPOR and faculty members volunteered at the Walk to End Alzheimer's event. 

"Drug discovery is not rocket science. It's much harder than that." 

Eleven students, one post-doctoral fellow, two faculty members, and one alumnus participated

Arizona Bioindustry Association honors Laurence Hurley, PhD, as the 2017 Arizona Bioscience Researcher of the Year

Rhys Axon and Terri Warholak presented posters at the International Society for Quality in Healthcare 34th International Conference. 

After almost 10 years at the UA College of Pharmacy and the long road to getting the program in Phoenix started and expanded, Philip Schneider, MS, FASHP, is retiring from the College of Pharmacy.

The gift aims to expand the scope and impact of the college's Rural Health Professions Program, which exposes students to working in rural areas or with medically underserved populations. 

Led by researchers at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy and Banner Alzheimer's Institute, the study aims to better understand and improve depression treatment among older individuals with dementia. 

One in three young adults has a tattoo. Could the chemicals in their tattoo ink pose a health risk? A group of 12 University of Arizona students has set off to find out. 

SinfoníaRx has been acquired by a public health care company that provides individualized, data-driven technology solutions