COP In the News: Aug. 23, 2016

COP in the News keeps you up to date on stories about the College of Pharmacy in the media.The list below cites a story in the news, the COP person or organization mentioned in the story and a link to the story as it appeared in one or more media outlets.

ISPOR 21st annual international meeting issue panel considers the use of real-world evidence in health care decision making; Daniel Malone: Newswise

UA health sciences employee excellence recognized; Jamie McKay, Elizabeth Mellor, Kate Johnson, Tim Wunz, Ann Taylor, Kwyn Szabados: UA Health Sciences, UA@WORK

Moving up in Southern Arizona; Hannah Phan: Arizona Daily Star

Appointment of Dee Quinn as director, genetic counseling services, and clinical genetics educator; Dee Quinn: UA Health Sciences

Community briefs; PharmCamp: Nogales International

Promising UA grad students earn NSF fellowships; Michael Kerins: UANews

Biz awards earned by Southern Arizonans; Matthew Bertsch: Arizona Daily Star

Deadly counterfeit pills seized in Tucson; Keith Boesen: Tucson News Now

UA has many cool ways to beat the summer heat; History of Pharmacy Museum: UANews

From unethical to unlawful? Reality Bites Part III; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Discover Magazine

Lies, damned lies, and Venom Hunter contracts: Reality Bites Part II; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, Keith Boesen: Discover Magazine

New drug threatens users and police; Arizona Poison and Drug information Center: KVOA

List of possible Zika birth defects grows longer; Dee Quinn: Scientific American, SALON

KEYS high school research internship showcase; KEYS: AZBIO, BIO5 Institute

UA Pharmacy Camp introduces Arizona kids to health careers; PharmCamp, Theodore Tong: KJZZ, UANOW, KAWC, APhA

UA to add health sciences building and a parking garage to campus with future construction projects; UA Health Sciences: The Daily Wildcat, DIVISARE

UA athletes go for gold at the Summer Olympics; Jennifer Poist: Arizona Alumni Magazine

Dog dies after encountering toxic toad; Arizona Poison and Drug information Center: KVOA, 106.3 The Groove, KGUN

Students gain hands-on learning at PharmCamp; PharmCamp: Nogales International

UA expert has safety tips for snakebite season; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, Keith Boesen: UANEWS, KVOA

People and programs on the move at University of Arizona Health Sciences; Donna Zhang: UA Health Sciences

10 years of bringing young scientists to the UA; Marti Lindsey, Catharine Smith, Nathan Cherrington: UA NEWS, Press Release Point

Rick G. Schnellmann appointed to head UA College of Pharmacy; Rick G. Schnellmann: UA NEWS, Arizona Daily Star, AZ Big Media, The Daily Wildcat, Drug Store News

Face cream containing mercury suspected of poisoning Tucson child; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Tucson News Now, KGUN-TV, Arizona Public Media, Natural News

Rattlesnakes in Arizona; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Yuma News Now

COP founder was leader in pharmacy education; Rufus Lyman: University of Nebraska Medical Center

Pima County soon could have Zika virus hotline; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, MotherToBaby Arizona: Tucson News Now

TLA sets performance records in 3rd full year; Hong-yu Li, Laurence Hurley: UANews

UA Health Sciences chief defends use of tax-paid chauffeurs, upgrades; COP: AZ Central 

Navajo researcher leads search for answers about contamination; Walter Klimecki: The Durango Herald, Native America Calling

Charleston biotech company raises $1.5 million to test drug for kidney inquiry; Rick Schnellmann: The Post and Courier

UA posts strong year for inventions and patents; Laurence Hurley: Arizona Daily Star

UA president seeks probe of health-sciences spending, documents; COP: Arizona Republic, Arizona Daily Star

UA VP 'deeply troubled' by allegations; COP: Arizona Daily Star, Arizona Republic

Regents to hire outside expert to assess Arizona medical schools;COP: Arizona Daily Star

Regents approve outside probe of UA medical schools; COP: Arizona Daily Star, Arizona Republic

Museum in Tucson offers a peek into drugstore history; Richard Wiedhopf: Ideastream, NPR, WLRH, KPLU News

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