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Graduate Student Receives American Heart Association Fellowship
Akinyemi Oni-Orisan, a PhD student in DPET, is studying the potential of a new therapeutic strategy for heart-attack patients.
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Zamboni Receives Tenure from UNC Trustees
Bill Zamboni, PharmD, PhD, is a leader in the application of nanoparticles and nanomedicines to the treatment of cancer.
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Genetically Engineered Model Best Predicts Carboplatin Response
Bill Zamboni, PharmD, PhD, is lead author on a paper describing a mouse model whose response to the anticancer drug carboplatin is most similar to human patients.
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Associate Professor Federico Innocenti Granted Tenure
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Impact Award: Dan Hertz Predicts Paclitaxel-Induced Neuropathy
As a grad student in DPET, Hertz won an Impact Award for identifying a genetic marker in cancer patients taking paclitaxel that could make them more susceptible to a side effect of neuropathy. He is now a research assistant professor at the University of Michigan.
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Zane Receives $70,000 in NICHHD, PhRMA Foundation Grants
Zane is a graduate student in DPET and a member of the lab of Dhiren Thakker, PhD. She studies sildenafil and voriconazole and how they are modified in the bodies of premature infants and children.
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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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HIV Expert Angela Kashuba Promoted to Full Professor
Kashuba focuses on clinical pharmacology of antiretroviral agents used in the treatment of HIV infection and is director of the Pharmacology Core for the $32 million UNC Delaney Collaboratory Cure AIDS Project.
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Graduate Student Schuck Receives AHA Fellowship
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