UNC-Chapel Hill, ECSU Launch Innovative Joint Pharmacy Program

December 14, 2005

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Pharmacy in collaboration with Elizabeth City State University is pleased to announce the Doctor of Pharmacy Partnership Program Beginning in Fall 2005, the UNC-Chapel Hill Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program … Continued

High School Students Explore Pharmaceutical Research at UNC

December 14, 2005

This summer, Courtney Fox and May Liu have access to the School of Pharmacy ‘s world-class research facilities and resources, usually available only to UNC graduate students and professors. The School of Pharmacy has welcomed two high school students into … Continued

Vaughan Wins Leadership Award

December 14, 2005

K.T. Vaughan has been busy since graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2001 with a master’s in library science. In addition to being appointed as an adjunct clinical assistant professor in the UNC School of … Continued

SOP Announces Applied Health Outcomes Fellowship

December 14, 2005

The UNC School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the establishment of a one-year, pre-doctoral fellowship sponsored by Applied Health Outcomes, one of the nation’s leading outcomes research and healthcare strategy consulting firms. Established in 1994, Applied Health Outcomes is … Continued

School of Pharmacy Researchers Awarded Three NIH Roadmap Grants

December 14, 2005

Three researchers in the School of Pharmacy’s Division of Medicinal Chemistry and Natural Products have received National Institutes of Health Roadmap Grants. Kenan Professor K.H. Lee, PhD, will receive $1.28 million over three years for his project, “Chemical Diversity Libraries … Continued

Hadzija Wins Massey Award for Service

December 14, 2005

Six UNC-Chapel Hill employees win prestigious Massey award for service By SUSAN PHILLIPS University Gazette Six employees have been selected by Chancellor James Moeser to be honored with 2005 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Awards, one of the most coveted distinctions … Continued

Lee Wins Barrett-Connor Research Award

November 16, 2005

Craig Lee, a graduate student in the Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics, has won the Elizabeth Barrett-Connor Research Award in Epidemiology for his presentation, “Genetic Variation in Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: An Atherosclerosis in … Continued

Sleath Awarded $1.6 Million for Asthma Study

August 24, 2005

The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute recently awarded associate professor Betsy Sleath, PhD, a $1.6 million grant for a four-year project, “Children and Asthma: Communication and Outcomes.” The project will study the relationship between provider-child-caregiver communication during pediatric asthma … Continued