COP in the News: Oct. 10, 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.

Need a fill of drugstore history? Try Tucson's pharmacy museum; History of Pharmacy Museum, Richard Wiedhopf: NPR

A big dose of medical history; History of Pharmacy Museum, Stephen Hall: UA Vistory Guide

Prescription medication prices soar, leaving patients short; Daniel Malone: 12news.com, KPNX-TV

Dr. Rick G. Schnellmann appointment dean of COP; Rick G. Schnellmann: UAHS

Inspiring women in STEM; Marie Chisholm-Burns: Insight into Diversity

COP opens new location downtown; Philip Schneider: Downtown Devil

Research alliance adds 4 scientists in state to roster; Hong-Yu Li: ArkansasOnline, Northwest Arkansas News

Wildcats at Paralympics extend long history of competition; Jennifer Poist: UA News

Snakes; College of Pharmacy : Yuma News Now

New strains of spice hit Tucson; Mazda Shirazi, Arizona Poison and Drug Center: KVOA

Snake bite bills add up quickly; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: KVOA

Prescription opioid, heroin awareness week kicks off Sunday; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Tucson News Now

Students lauch medication search tool; COP, Jason Kwan, Jingxin Yang, Osamah Eljerdi: Sombrero (page 18)

Letter: Call 911 after rattlesnake bite; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Arizona Daily Star

Study shows majority of parents give children wrong dosage; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, Hanna Phan: Tucson News Now

Moving up in Southern Arizona; Ashley Campbell: Arizona Daily Star

PharmD students get boost from $1.25 million endowment from ALSAM foundation; Rick Schnellmann: UAHS Announcements, Arizona Daily Wildcat

Designer drug concerns; Mazda Shirazi: KVOA

There are scorpions among us; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Glendale Star

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