COP in the News: May 17, 2011

UA block COP in the News keeps you up to date on stories about the College of Pharmacy in the media. Each segment includes the name of the article, the person or people mentioned in it, and then the name of the publication.

Pharmacy School Rankings; COP: Buzzle

Funding stripped from local poison center; Keith Boesen: KVOA

Woman arrested after allegedly injecting 'Pixie Dust'; Keith Boesen: The Daily Courier

New Study Examines Safety of Meningitis Vaccine during Pregnancy; Sara Riordan: AHSC

Dr. Peter Rhee was keynote speaker at Asian American Faculty, Staff & Alumni Association luncheon; Ted Tong: Tucson Citizen

Staff Awards Recognize Employee Dedication, Resilience; COP: Lo Que Pasa

Pharmacy Benefit Management Institute (PBMI) Announces New Executive Director; COP: SYS-CON Media, EIN News, Marketwire

Stand for Children; Poison Center:

AZ AG goes after alcoholic drink; Mazda Shirazi: KVOA

UA to Celebrate Spring Commencement; COP: UA News

Dispose-A-Med; COP, Poison Center: Explorer News

7th Annual Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Excellence Day; J. Lyle Bootman: University of Texas

Reports Outline Melanomas Study Results from University of Arizona; COP: NewsRx

UA heading efforts to increase minority enrollment in medicine, pharmacy; Ted Tong: Daily Wildcat

Doctor's Office Is Usually First Stop In Medication Mishaps; J. Lyle Bootman: MediLexicon, Medicalxpress, Newswise, Medical News Today

Young girl bitten by rattlesnake in Oro Valley; Ginny Geib: KVOA

Doctorate of Pharmacy; Lauren Bartoli: Payson Roundup

Drugs, alcohol killed prominent UA student found dead at frat house; Keith Boesen: KGUN, Daily Mail

Proposed National Poison Center Threatens Local Agencies; Poison Center: UA Journalism

Marana PD, DEA, county help dispose of dangerous drugs; COP: Explorer News