The Courier Express mentions Butler Community College partnering with the School of Pharmacy to offer biological science and chemistry courses to help students seamlessly transition into Pharm.D. program in the article BC3 to introduce 3 STEM programs this fall.
A SciTechDaily article mentions Rehana Leak, Ph.D., associate professor of pharmacology, as a co-author of a University of Pittsburgh study identifying a unique subset of white blood cells confers fast-acting and lasting protection against ischemic stroke in the article Powerful Brain Protection Against Stroke From Fast-Acting Immune Cells.
Several outlets, including the Honest Columnist, ScienceDaily, Reporter Wings and Swift Telecast mention Rehana Leak, Ph.D., associate professor of pharmacology, and a research study finding a unique subset of white blood cells to confer fast-acting and lasting protection against ischemic stroke in Fast-acting immune cells provide powerful protection against stroke.
Several outlets, including SciTechDaily, News Explorer, 24HTECH and UK Today News and more mention Rehana Leak, Ph.D., associate professor of pharmacology, as a co-author of a research study finding a unique subset of white blood cells conferring fast-acting and lasting protection against ischemic stroke in the article Powerful Brain Protection Against Stroke From Fast-Acting Immune Cells.
A Eureka Alert news release announced Devika S Manickam, Ph.D., assistant professor of pharmaceutics, as a speaker at the Mitochondria World Congress event in Berlin, Germany in the article Targeting Mitochondria World Congress will be held at the Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt in Berlin.
Medical News Today published the article Personalized pain medication: Why is it necessary? regarding research in indentifying pain biomarkers and developing therapeutic strategies to personalize treatments for pain conducted by School of Pharmacy Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics Jelena Janjic, Ph.D., associate professor of pharmaceutics.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette wrote the article Duquesne student balances graduation with aid work for fellow Ukrainians about Tetyana Chubko, Pharm.D., a School of Pharmacy graduate who has been sending medical supplies to her family members living near the front lines of the war in Ukraine.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published the article Industry payments could taint medical research, study finds highlighting a study co-authored by Michael Gionfriddo, Pharm.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of pharmacy administration, about payments in the medical industry.
In The Stroller, Jan. 15, 2022: Events in the Alle-Kiski Valley the Tribune-Review mentioned that Janet Astle, B.S. Pharmacy, Ed.D., Assistant Dean for Student Services, will be speaking at a substance abuse seminar at the Addiction Recovery Ministry in Harmar on January 22.