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Professor Emeritus Boka Hadzija Dies, Taught at School for Forty Years
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School Spinoff Creates Moist Wipes for Chemotherapy Contamination
The product, HDClean, grew out of a collaboration between William Zamboni and Stephen Eckel, both faculty members at the School. Their company, ChemoGLO, started offering HDClean in February 2013.
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Fourches Receives Development Award to Find New Cancer Drug Candidates
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Mumper Receives University Distinguished Teaching Award
The School's vice dean and John A. McNeill Distinguished Professor received UNC-Chapel Hill's Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction.
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Oramasionwu Receives Development Award to Study HIV/HCV Patients’ Use of Outpatient Services
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Roth-Led Team Develops Method to Create Multi-Targeting Drugs
The work of the international collaboration, published in the journal Nature, could help develop drugs for complex diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, cancer, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.
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Study: Pharmacists Trail Physicians, Internet in Credibility with Vasculitis Patients
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UNC Nanomedicine Researchers Uncover High Potential for Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields
The research team, led by Alexander "Sasha" Kabanov, PhD, discovered effects of low-frequency magnetic fields on enzyme structure, conformation, and catalytic activity that could open up new approaches for designing remote-control nanomedicines.
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Ferreri, Shepherd Assume New Leadership Roles in PACE
Stefanie Ferreri is the new executive vice chair of the Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education while Greene Shepherd assumes the role of vice chair for faculty development and mentorship.
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Vaughan Receives ASIS&T Career-Achievement Award
K.T. Vaughan, pharmacy librarian at UNC's Health Sciences Library and adjunct professor at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, is honored for outstanding continuous contributions and dedicated service to the ASIS&T.
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