All the years of hard work and dedication finally paid off for Dyan Cherry, PharmD, when she was named the 2016 Preceptor of the Year at the College of Pharmacy’s Senior Awards Luncheon May 11.
How can pharmacists help older adults who have trouble sleeping? Jeannie Lee has some answers.
A new National Institutes of Health-funded program involving six University of Arizona colleges and the BIO5 Institute is aimed at increasing diversity in the ranks of environmental health scientists by building a program that offers research experiences and support services to prepare UA undergraduates to be successful graduate students.
Hanna Phan loves medication management.
This Halloween the Medication Management Center and its business entities across the country teamed up for a friendly long-distance costume contest. Employees from each location picked a theme and pulled out their creativity!
SinfoníaRx employees based their costumes on the sci-fi movie series “Tron” that depicts an ongoing battle between the users and programmers where the users get stuck in the actual video game.
More answers. Better treatments. Improved lives.
Right now, she’s working to unlock one of those mysteries: why a protein can build or destroy a person’s resistance to environmental toxins and diseases, including cancer.
Making your gift to the Skaggs Challenge today will help our researchers unlock even more mysteries.
The Arizona Bioindustry Association honored Laurence Hurley, PhD, of the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy as the Arizona Bioscience Researcher of the Year at the 2017 AZBio Awards on October 11. Arizona life science and business leaders, as well as guests from across the nation, recognized Dr. Hurley for his legacy of work that has made a significant clinical impact to improve patients’ lives.