Pharmacoengineering research at the School has received $1.8 million in Research Opportunities Initiative Awards from UNC to refine a method of knocking out brain tumors with drug-loaded stem cells and to explore how the immune system may try to attack materials used in nanomedicines.
Kuo-Hsiung Lee, PhD, is the 2015 winner of the Earnest R. Volwiler Award, the highest research award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Lee is the Kenan Distinguished Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and director of the Natural Products Research Laboratories and has been a member of the School’s faculty for forty-five years.
The Carolina Association of Pharmacy Students was the runner-up winner for the 2013–2014 APhA-ASP Chapter Achievement Award for Division A schools. CAPS also took home the 2013–2014 National Award for Operation Diabetes and the 2013–2014 first runner-up award for Operation Immunization.
Uninsured patients are asked to pay from two to forty-three times what Medicare would pay for chemotherapy infusions, according to a new study published by a team led by Stacie Dusetzina, PhD, that reviewed newly available Medicare data on what physicians charged.
PY3 Cheryl Wisseh and PY2 Amber Bivins, took second place at the Student National Pharmaceutical Association Regional Kroger Clinical Skills Competition in Atlanta February 20–22.
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is preparing an enriched PharmD curriculum.
The new program launches fall 2015
The PharmD is for those who want to be practicing pharmacists.
The PhD is for those interested in advancing pharmaceutical knowledge through research and discovery in one of four concentrations.
Our master's program prepares pharmacists for leadership roles in health-system pharmacy.
One and two-year programs that take your pharmacy education beyond the PharmD.
The School offers postgraduate research opportunities through academic and clinical research fellowships.
Our programs advance the skills and knowledge of practicing pharmacists.