Dr. Diane Ginsburg is one of three finalists for a lifetime leadership award sponsored by Pharmacy Times magazine and Parata Systems, a company that develops automated technologies for pharmacies.
Read more about Ginsburg’s nomination.
A new study identifies several natural compounds found in food, including numeric, apple peels and red grapes, as key ingredients that could thwart the growth of prostate cancer.
Read more about starving cancer cells.
A team of three UT student pharmacists placed among the elite programs in a national Clinical Research Challenge. The competition, sponsored by the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, included a field of 80 competing teams.
Read more about the Clinical Research Challenge.
It didn’t take Donna Jermain, B.S. ’86 and Pharm.D. ’89, long in her pharmacy studies to determine that pharmacy was the career path for her. Yet she likely had no inkling that 30 years later, hers would be a family profession shared with both of her sons, Brian and Scott.
Read the Jermain family story.
Dr. John DiGiovanni, the Coulter R. Sublett Endowed Chair in Pharmacy, has been appointed as associate director of basic research at the LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes of the Dell Medical School effective May 1.
Read more about DiGiovanni’s appointment.
Dr. Richard Wilcox has been named 2017 Educator of the Year for the College of Pharmacy. He was one of several faculty cited to receive awards at the recent student-sponsored awards ceremony.
Read more about college teaching awards.