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The summit will explore promising avenues to discovering new drug candidates against diseases prevalent in Arizona

The Poison Center’s snakes, scorpions and spiders at the College of Pharmacy train future doctors and pharmacists to recognize venomous bites and stings.

Read about the latest publications, achievements and more from the College's faculty members!

Read about the latest publications, achievements and more from the College's faculty members!

The third annual Drug Discovery and Development Summit aims to foster private-public collaboration and commercialization of new discoveries against diseases most burdensome to Arizonans.

“Overall, this experience has given me a great overview of how teams work together cross-functionally to deliver life-saving medications and improve patient outcomes.”

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A new school year and new leadership has members of the UArizona ISPOR (International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research) student chapter thinking about the past year and setting goals for the future.

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Information accessibility has always been a high priority for the College of Pharmacy outreach team, but finding new and inventive ways to reach students became imperative once lockdowns began.

Although PGET is thought to improve pharmacy student engagement and learning, studies evaluating educational outcomes have not been very rigorous.

A first-of-its-kind nanotherapeutic delivery system demonstrated remarkable efficacy against both early-stage and difficult-to-treat late-stage metastatic tumors.

HOPE Center highlights Dr. Rhys Axon's research and teaching accomplishments.

Two new studies show economic benefits of switching from pegfilgrastim to biosimilars to prevent or treat chemotherapy-induced febrile neutropenia.

Read about the latest publications, achievements and more from the College's faculty members!

Read about the latest publications, achievements and more from the College's faculty members!

Providing information while combating misinformation made the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center vital to slowing the spread of the virus.

Overall results showed that once-daily extended-release tacrolimus tablets were incrementally more costly and more effective than twice-daily immediate-release therapy among Hispanic and Black kidney transplant recepients.