Teamwork, the Future of Health Education and Practice
July 20, 2017
“Breaking down the silos that exist in health science education and practice, and learning from and respecting each other’s professions, is essential to produce graduates who are better equipped to solve some of healthcare’s most pressing challenges,” explains Dr. Sweet.

U-M case-based course helps students understand roles, gain teamwork skills.

College Hosts ACCP Training Programs
July 18, 2017
“The training sessions are an enriching experience for both faculty mentors and mentees alike,” says Dr. Karen Farris.

"We are proud to host ACCP for the second year, as one of our college’s strategic goals is leading in the preparation of the next generation of faculty.”

Raising the Bar for Clinical Research Staff Training: MICHR Gets $2.3M Grant to Lead National Effort
July 14, 2017
“An important limitation in the way clinical trials are currently conducted across the country is that there is no training standard for the people who are actually doing the work. This grant focuses on solving that very problem.” says Vicki Ellingrod, PharmD, John Gideon Searle Professor, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education at the College of Pharmacy.

Amazingly, no national standard exists for how to train the staff who actually run clinical trials, even though they have to follow many federal regulations, interact with patients and health professionals, and act as the early warning system for problems.

Alumni & Friends Hit the Course at the 16th Annual Golf Scramble
June 22, 2017
Thank you to the members of the Alumni Board of Governors, volunteers, and sponsors for their time, donations, and support of this event.

On Tuesday June 13, the Alumni Board of Governors hosted its 16th annual Alumni & Friends Golf Scramble. This year's event was held at the Washtenaw Golf Club.

U-M Pharmacy Adds Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer
June 6, 2017
Regina McClinton is a certified diversity professional, committed to helping others in achieving their goals in intercultural competence and inclusion.

Regina McClinton is a certified diversity professional, committed to helping others in achieving their goals in intercultural competence and inclusion.

Dr. Kristen Pogue Named 2017 Preceptor of the Year
May 18, 2017
Dr. Pogue with Paul Walker, PharmD, Director of Experiential Education, Community Engagement, and CE, was recognized at the 14th annual Preceptor Symposium last week.

Kristen Pogue, PharmD, BCPS, clinical pharmacist specialist in cardiology at Michigan Medicine, was named the 2017 Preceptor of the Year Award winner at the 14th Annual Preceptor S

College’s Medication Disposal Program Collection Totals Exceed 2,000 Pounds
April 18, 2017
Students operated two collection locations simultaneously, one on Ingalls Mall and a second at the North Campus Research Complex. Photos courtesy of David Iong.

The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy hosted its seventh Safe Medication Disposal Event on Tuesday, April 4.

College Hosts Research Forum
March 24, 2017

The event boasted an impressive 57 PhD and 67 PharmD posters presentations.

University Partnership Brings Research Training to Kenya
March 16, 2017
Researchers from the University of Michigan recently convened the Inaugural Hands-on Clinical Research Training Workshop in Meru, Kenya.

Researchers from the University of Michigan School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy and Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) recently convened the Inaugural Hands-on Clinical Research Training Workshop in Meru, Kenya.

Nanodiscs Deliver Personalized Cancer Therapy to Immune System
January 3, 2017
Drs. Anna Schwendeman and James Moon have had initial success in mice using nanodiscs to deliver a customized therapeutic vaccine for the treatment of colon and melanoma cancer tumors.

Drs. Moon and Schwendeman have had initial success in mice using nanodiscs to deliver a customized therapeutic vaccine for the treatment of colon and melanoma cancer tumors.

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