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Dr. Lu brings pharmaceutics expertise in cancer immunotherapy that will facilitate cancer drug discovery.

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Findings were published in JAMA Network Open.

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Alumna Anne Freyer, RPh, MS, ’79, cares for patients on the world’s largest floating hospital ship, the Africa Mercy

A team of three students from the College's of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Public Health will compete in a national interprofessional competition

Sixty-nine percent of residency applicants preparing to graduate this May have been matched to a postgraduate year one (PGY1) residency. This exceeds the national rate of 65 percent.

 

A retirement celebration was hosted in March ahead of his last day at the UA in June.

The research team conducted a meta-analysis to evaluate the safety and efficacy of direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) in patients with cancer.

Top three students named in the Rho Chi Top 200 competition!

The Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center provides important updates and tips on identifying opioid misuse and how to prevent poisonings.

Marti Lindsey, PhD, has been selected by the UA Commission on the Status of Women as the recipient of the 2019 Maria Teresa Velez Outstanding Appointed Professional Mentor Award.

Students Recognized at Society of Toxicology Conference

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

The UA College of Pharmacy is pleased to announce that the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science has received the UA’s annual Department Award for Excellence.

Lincoln Chin, PhD, a former faculty member and alumnus from the Classes of 1952 (BS) and 1954 (MS), passed away on Saturday, March 9. It was his 95th birthday.

Established by alumnus and National Advisory Board member, John D. Musil, and his family, the endowed chair will expand expertise in drug discovery