Medicinal Chemistry Graduate Plays Instrumental Role in Promising Cancer Research
April 17, 2019
Dr. Brandt Huddle
Dr. Huddle, who is now a research chemist at Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan, credits much of his research success to his then thesis advisor, Dr. Scott Larsen.
Before graduating with his doctorate in medicinal chemistry from the College of Pharmacy last August, Brandt Huddle, PhD, played an instrumental role in the development of a new therapeutic compound for cancer, CM39. The compound inhibits the ability of a key enzyme, aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH), to promote chemotherapy resistance in a small pool of cells linked to ovarian cancer.
Rho Chi Honor Society National Office Returns to Michigan
April 16, 2019
Karen Farris, PhD, Charles R. Walgreen III Professor of Pharmacy Administration and Chair, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, has been named the organization’s Executive Vice President and Treasurer.
Nearly 100 years after its founding at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, the Rho Chi Society’s National Offices will be relocated to Michigan.
Pharmacy Postdoc Wins American Heart Association Fellowship
February 27, 2019
Simone Brixius-Anderko
Ultimately, Dr. Brixius-Anderko hopes the award will support her search for a new way to treat hypertension and associated cardiac disease. She would also like to serve as a role model to young people, particularly those with non-academic background with a first career, that is it possible to have a family and a scientific career.
Simone Brixius-Anderko, Medicinal Chemistry Research Fellow, talks about her American Heart Association award – which will support her search for a new way to treat hypertension and associated cardiac disease. She will also discuss serving as a role model for those from non-academic first careers and inspiring a love of science in the next generation of researchers.
Pharmacy Postdoc Wins American Heart Association Fellowship
February 27, 2019
Simone Brixius-Anderko
Ultimately, Dr. Brixius-Anderko hopes the award will support her search for a new way to treat hypertension and associated cardiac disease. She would also like to serve as a role model to young people, particularly those with non-academic background with a first career, that is it possible to have a family and a scientific career.
Ultimately, Dr. Brixius-Anderko hopes the award will support her search for a new way to treat hypertension and associated cardiac disease. She would also like to serve as a role model to young people, particularly those with non-academic background with a first career, that is it possible to have a family and a scientific career.
Inaugural "Team up" Event Forges Essential Connections
February 12, 2019
Dr. Sweet addresses students at the Team Up event
More than 500 future clinicians across five disciplines come together for team-based decision making.
College to Host Clinical Pharmacist Training Program in Primary Care
January 24, 2019
Pharmacist and patient discuss medication

The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy will be hosting two training programs in 2019, which will prepare pharmacists to run a productive practice in an outpatient clinical environment.

Center for Discovery of New Medicines now Michigan Drug Discovery
December 12, 2018
Student works in the Vahlteich Medicinal Chemistry Core
In a reflection of the changing landscape for academic drug discovery at the University of Michigan, the Center for the Discovery of New Medicines will now be known as Michigan Drug Discovery.
CDC to Model U-M Medical Group Hypertension Program
December 10, 2018
Hae Mi Choe, PharmD, Associate Dean for Pharmacy Innovations and Partnerships and Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, and Chief Quality Officer and Director of Pharmacy Innovations and Partnerships, U-M Medical Group
High blood pressure causes a slew of health problems, and physicians, pharmacists and researchers are always seeking new ways to control it.
College of Pharmacy to offer PharmSci 420: the Science and Facts of Cannabis
November 28, 2018
College of Pharmacy Building
The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy is offering a course focusing on the science and facts of cannabis in the winter 2019 semester.

The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy is offering a course focusing on the science and facts of cannabis in the winter 2019 semester.

College Hosts Annual Prescott Celebration
October 31, 2018
Students and donors met gathered for lunch and great conversation at the annual Albert B. Prescott Celebration on September 23.

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