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Welcome and best of luck to our newest cohort of graduate students.
Researchers in the UF College of Pharmacy determined that a child’s age when diagnosed with ADHD may be a strong predictor of the types and number of medications that are later prescribed to treat psychiatric conditions.
Dr. Yousong Ding in the UF College of Pharmacy found the Coprinus comatus mushroom, commonly known as the lawyer’s wig or shaggy mane, killed human T-cell leukemia cells during laboratory tests.
Tobias Heinrichs and Amelia Deitchman, Pharm.D., graduate students in the department of pharmaceutics, were recognized as top young investigators for their presentations at the International Society of Anti-Infective Pharmacology, or […]
Wei (Vivian) Wang, a fourth-year Ph.D. student in department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy, received the Poster Finalist Award at the 22nd International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, or […]