Dean Dalton's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Vision Statement
March 13, 2018

For some, the College of Pharmacy’s efforts in diversity, equity and inclusion may seem like a new venture.

U-M Pharmacy Launches Residential Pre-Pharmacy Summer Program
February 6, 2018
The program will be held May 20-June 28, 2018. Applications are due March 15, 2018.
“Students who participate in PFS-Pharm will have the opportunity to build their academic skill set, through tutoring and advising, their professional skill set, through presentations and shadowing, and their understanding of the broad field that is pharmacy,” explains Dr. Regina McClinton.
Interprofessional Event Brings Together Pharmacy, Dentistry, Kinesiology, and Public Health Alumni and Students
December 15, 2017
Alumni and students gathered together to celebrate the Bicentennial, and to preview advances in Precision Health by each of the four schools.
Alumni boards gathered together this fall to celebrate the Bicentennial, and to preview advances in Precision Health by each of the four schools.
U-M Teach-Out to Focus on Opioid Epidemic
November 29, 2017
Michael Smith, clinical assistant professor of pharmacy, related a bit of the history of how this classification of drugs has evolved and noted that even though they have been the drugs of choice for pain management for a couple of decades, opioids aren't as effective as once hoped.
Pharmacy Students Integrated into Interprofessional Student-Run Free Clinic
November 2, 2017
At the clinic, Pharmacy students obtain medication histories, make medication-related recommendations to the healthcare team, answer drug information questions, and dispense medications.
At the clinic, Pharmacy students obtain medication histories, make medication-related recommendations to the healthcare team, answer drug information questions, and dispense medications.
Inaugural Interprofessional Exchange Research Stimulus Pilot Grants Announced
October 6, 2017
“We all believe that working interprofessionally has benefits, and the IP-X Research Stimulus is designed to test this belief,” explained Jim Dalton, dean of the U-M College of Pharmacy.
This news release was originally posted on the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education's website.
University Launches Precision Health Initiative
October 3, 2017
The University of Michigan has launched a new initiative to harness campus-wide research aimed at finding personalized solutions to improve the health and wellness of individuals and communities.
University of Michigan College of Pharmacy and School of Public Health Introduce Dual Degree Program
September 28, 2017
Upon completion of the dual program, students will have earned a PharmD degree, making them eligible for state licensure as a pharmacist, and a MPH degree in Health Management & Policy from the School of Public Health.
Michigan Pharmacy now offers a dual PharmD/MPH degree in partnership with the School of Public Health.
Pharmacy Students Educate Public on Safe Opioid Use and Disposal
September 22, 2017
Jeffery Lo, PharmD'20 candidate, at RiteAid Pharmacy in Ann Arbor Tuesday, Aug. 29.
With overdose deaths in Michigan from opioids jumping 54 percent between 2015 and 2016, and more than tripling since 2012, University of Michigan students were out in the community Tuesday, Aug. 29, to help those with prescriptions understand the risks of their medications.

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