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Doctoral Student Talameh Receives Hadzija Award
Jasmine Talameh, PharmD, pictured here with her adviser Herb Patterson, PharmD, is the 2012 recipient of the Graduate School's Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service. Hadzija was a long-time member of the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy faculty.
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Kashuba on UNC Team to Lead National Effort to Cure AIDS
Angela Kashuba, PharmD, (right) leads the pharmacology core of a $32 million UNC-led effort to find a cure for AIDS. “This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of HIV infection,” she says. "I am very optimistic about being able to find a functional cure.”
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Lee Study: Boosting P450 Enzyme Lowers Blood Pressure
The assistant professor's discovery in mice could bode well for a new class of drugs currently in phase II clinical trials.
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Kashuba to Advise NIH on Women’s Health Research
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Impact Award: Jasmine Talameh Links Beta-Blocker Effectiveness to Genotype
Jasmine Talameh, PharmD, a graduate student in DPET, identified a genotype that could potentially be used to select patients with heart failure who would benefit from beta-blocker treatment
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McLeod featured in University marketing campaign
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McLeod Honored with Coriell Scientific Award
The Coriell Institute for Medical Research is presenting Howard McLeod, PharmD, with one of its 2012 Coriell Personalized Medicine Research Awards. Coriell is known for its Personalized Medicine Collaborative research study, which examines the usefulness of genetic risk and pharmacogenomics in clinical decision making and health-care management.
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Associate Professor Wiltshire Receives Tenure
Pharmacogenomics researcher Tim Wiltshire, PhD, joined the School in 2007 and is the associate director of the UNC Institute for Pharmacogenomics and Individualized Therapy.
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Brouwer Named Oregon State Alumni Fellow
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Photos: DPET Fellows Day 2012
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