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News

Interim Dean Dhiren Thakker, Ph.D., presents Professor Emeritus Hal Kohn, Ph.D., with the School's 2018 Distinguished Service Award.

Top Students, Faculty Honored at 2018 Awards Ceremony

April 23, 2018

The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy held its annual Awards Ceremony on Saturday, April 21, at the Rizzo Center. Professor emeritus Hal Kohn, Ph.D., received the School’s Distinguished Service Award, presented each year for distinguished service and support for the … Continued

Asher Prince Honored as Physician Assistant Fellow

April 20, 2018

Heather Asher Prince has been named a distinguished fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Asher Prince is director of clinical operations for Clinical Pharmacology and Analytical Chemistry Laboratory in the Division of Pharmacy and Experimental Therapeutics at the … Continued

Alumna Lisa Grimes Shares Book of Life Lessons at UNC

April 20, 2018

Lisa T. Grimes, a UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy alumna returned to campus Wednesday, April 18, to share insights from her new book. Grimes, a 1985 graduate of the School, and her coauthor, fellow UNC-Chapel Hill alumna Paula Brown Stafford, … Continued

Pharm.D. RASP Students Present Research Findings to Peers, Faculty and Alumni

April 16, 2018

Third-year Doctor of Pharmacy students in the inaugural cohort of the Research and Scholarship in Pharmacy pathway presented their research findings to peer students, faculty and guest alumni as part of the RASP 3 (PHCY 726) course. The poster presentation simulated what students would experience at a professional … Continued