Grant Received: Dr. James Drennen

Duquesne University Times

Funds totaling $402,034 were awarded to the Gumberg Library, the School of Nursing, the Mylan School of Pharmacy, the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, and the School of Law.

Dr. James Drennen, associate dean of research and graduate programs in the pharmacy school, $237,000, from the Food and Drug Administration on a subcontract with the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education for QDB Approach to Process Development: Defining Critical Quality Attributes, Evaluating Critically Across Scales, and Relating Variations in CPPS/CQAS to Product Performance.

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