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Two DPET Grad Students Win ASCPT Presidential Trainee Award
Akinyemi Oni-Orisan, PharmD, and Kevin Watt, MD, have been awarded a 2015 Presidential Trainee Award from the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Only twenty-two awardees are selected out of more than 200 submissions.
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Persky Named AJPE Associate Editor
Adam Persky, PhD, is the newest associate editor of the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, the official scholarly publication of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
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Photos: DPET Fellows Day 2012
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Students Secure Seven AFPE Predoctoral Fellowships
From right: Michael Perfetti, Dan Crona, Whitney Caron, Adam Friedman, Melanie Nicol, Nicole Zane, Akinyemi Oni-Orisan are all recipients of 2012 AFPE Predoctoral Fellowships.
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Kashuba Named McNeill Distinguished Professor
The $500,000 professorship is a gift of John "Sandy" and Deborah McNeill, Jr. Sandy McNeill is a 1972 graduate of the School and is a founding director of Pharmaceutical Product Development Inc, one of the largest clinical research organizations in the world.
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Watkins Receives AICPT Rawls-Palmer Progress in Medicine Award
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Corbett Promoted to Clinical Associate Professor
Amanda Corbett, PharmD, is a leader in antiretroviral research and in exploring the treatment of opportunistic infections in resource-poor countries.
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UNC Study: Milk Thistle Extract Doesn't Help Chronic Hepatitis C
Clinical assistant professor Roy Hawke, a member of the research team, says patients should re-evaluate their use of silymarin given "the overwhelming evidence for its lack of clinical benefits." The study is published in the July 18 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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Photos: DPET Fellows Day 2010
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UNC Uses Liver-Function Model to Solve Mystery of Deadly Diabetes Drug
Researchers showed that a tool developed by the Hamner Institutes was able to predict the risk of liver injury from troglitazone, a diabetes drug pulled from the market in the late 1990s after sixty-three people died while taking it. The likely culprit: a buildup of bile acids.
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