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Fourth-year student Katie Blomquist's review article not only teaches her about new antibiotics but also how to be a better researcher.

A unique approach to tackling these two diseases has allowed researcher Dr. Gregory Thatcher to look beyond traditional causes to find novel therapies.

Researchers took a comprehensive look at interprofessional collaborative practice, which has long been central to optimal primary care.

The Virtual Spring Summit will highlight examples of how academic research is contributing to the drug discovery ecosystem.

Adherence to noninsulin antidiabetic medications was associated with more outpatient and fewer inpatient visits, as well as lower total expenditures compared with nonadherence.

The academic partnership prepares pharmacy and nursing students at the University of Arizona Health Sciences for careers that address critical gaps in health care.

Results warrant future consideration towards implementing advanced clinical decision support systems (CDSS) with appropriate systematic training programs in other pharmacy settings.

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!

Meet alum Patrick O'Brien, PharmD '89, JD '93, general counsel for Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals.

A recent HOPE Center study estimated total lifetime costs of valley fever in Arizona at $736 million. 

Expenses for the fungal disease can skyrocket for people whose diagnosis is delayed, leading to more serious infection or death.

Economic benefits associated with statin adherence were observed within a one-year period for a large cohort of adult statin users with commercial health plans.

The main purpose of the board is to build student excitement around the College of Pharmacy.

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!

Results support use of a motivation-and-work-performance questionnaire across medication management center (MMC) sites nationwide.

The award will be presented to Dean Schnellmann during the UArizona Foundation’s Board of Trustees meeting.