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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

Two PhD graduates threw a celebration to honor Dr. Yalkowsky and Dr. Myrdal for their commitment to the profession and their students they have mentored along the way.

The UA PharmD program is growing from 100 to 140 students with students selecting a location that is best for their families and career aspirations.

Rhys Axon, a graduate student in health and pharmaceutical outcomes, and Dr. Marion Slack presented their research at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy annual meeting in Nashville, TN.

From PharmCamper '97 to Pharmacist '08: Dr. Rayna Vasquez's story

Middle school students experience careers in pharmacy and health sciences during summer camp

Colleagues presented with Exemplary Patient Care Award, Distinguished Young Pharmacist and Bowl of Hygeia Award

Seven graduate students, three faculty members, and two HOPE researchers received some impressive accolades!

Jenny Lo-Ciganic, PhD, has been awarded a $100,000 grant to develop ways to help identify patients at risk of inappropriate use of prescription opioids

Generated by a study by researchers with the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the catalog could help identify individuals who are at risk for autoimmune diseases, such as type 1 diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis.

The UA College of Pharmacy PharmD students play a critical role in providing health screenings for Arizona's residents as well as learning to work in community settings alongside fellow health professionals.

Researcher Plays a Critical Role in Geriatric Health Care

Kenneth Leutz, PharmD, completed rotations in underserved areas in AZ and is preparing to open a pharmacy in this rural town

Andrew Garcia, who graduated with a PharmD degree on Friday, has already intervened on behalf of a diabetic patient, likely saving her life. The incident also changed how a pharmaceutical call center responds to high-risk medical emergencies.

Fourth year student Garrett Berger has not yet finished his PharmD education at the University of Arizona, but he already has two projects published this year.