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Daughter shares tales of Arizona's artistic pharmacist

Hal Empie was both Arizona's youngest licensed pharmacist and its oldest continuous resident artist. His daughter, Ann Empie Groves, shares the history of this druggist-business owner-cartoonist-painter.

College celebrates UA's 100th Homecoming

Perfect weather, a Wildcat gridiron victory and fun encounters with friends and fans – UA’s 100th Homecoming was beyond excellent in nearly every way!

Skin disease drug finally wins approval

A synthetic hormone developed years ago by UA faculty, including COP alumnus Robert Dorr (left), can now be marketed in Europe, and U.S. approval will be sought next.

COP alumnus part of military response to Ebola outbreak

Now an Air Force major, COP alumnus Zach Finney recently returned from a mission to Liberia to support the international response to the Ebola outbreak there.

Plan Now To Attend Clinical Pharmacy Seminar

Save money and register now for the Southwestern Clinical Pharmacy Seminar that will convene in Tucson Feb. 21 and 22.

SVP rolls out social media guidelines for AHSC units

The office of Senior Vice President for Health Sciences “Skip” Garcia has released new guidelines for all units of the Arizona Health Sciences Center regarding official social media use.

Shave the Date: Dr. Murphy loses his 'stache

Dr. Murphy shaves off his mustache to raise awareness for the Kappa Psi's newest philanthropy, the Movember Foundation. 

MMC holds 'national' costume contest

 The Medication Management Center and its business entities across the country teamed up for a friendly long-distance costume contest.

Graduate students receive fellowships

Congratulations to the seven graduate students, including Andrew Ambrose, who received College of Pharmacy fellowships.

Results of Movember men's health initiative announced

Kappa Psi fraternity raised more than $1,500 for its newest philanthropic initiative: "changing the face" of men's health. Steve Dudley (left), Class of 2015, was recognized for having "The Most Awesome ‘Stache of Them All."

Students at UAMC South educate – and learn – through pharmacy publication

Student pharmacists at UAMC-South Campus publish Pharmacy Quarterly, a newsletter addressing questions pharmacists commonly encounter at the hospital. 

UA attends ASCP national conference

Eleven UA student members of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) attended the ASCP Annual Meeting and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida Nov. 5-7. 

‘Tis a season that includes poisonings, center warns

House guests, toys and their batteries and poisonous plants may all result in incidences of accidental poisoning during the holiday season, the experts at the Arizona Poison and Drug Information say.

COP students team up with El Rio Neighborhood Center for free health fair for Tucson community

A free Health and Safety Fair will be held Saturday, September 20, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the El Rio Neighborhood Center at 1390 W. Speedway Blvd.

Watch out for bites from ‘invisible’ snakes, Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center warns

Experts on venomous creatures at the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center advise gardeners, hikers, youngsters and other citizens to be especially cautious about rattlesnakes in the weeks ahead.

Faculty members awarded $1.7 million to investigate exposure to arsenic

Two University of Arizona College of Pharmacy faculty members have been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health of $1.7 million over five years to investigate arsenic exposure and its biochemical effects on the body.

New magazine on its way

A team from Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center at COP is creating a new magazine called Indigenous Stewards as part of a Native Environmental Health Stories project. 

Saudi Arabia Cultural Mission administrators visit college

Two administrators from the Saudi Arabia Cultural Mission (including Adel Bashatah, left) visited the College of Pharmacy in early December to discuss present and future programs.

FYI for COP: Dec. 16, 2014

Don't look now, but it's time for the annual employee appreciation holiday luncheon again! Learn about plans for the festivities in this edition of FYI, as well as about the new AHSC Clinical Data Warehouse, a new section of the COP website that contains information on PharmD senior research projects, changes to biosketch requirements for NIH and AHRQ grant applications, an updated UA online directory and an invitation to submit grant information for publication in the Bulletin.

In the Spotlight: Dec. 16, 2014

Read about the recent accomplishments of some of our amazing students (including Amy Nguyen, left), staff and faculty members in today's In the Spotlight.

COP in the News: Dec. 16, 2014

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COP in the News: Sept. 29, 2014

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