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Sleath Study Explores Problems N.C. Children Have with Asthma Medicine
Study finds that more than 85 percent of North Carolina children who have asthma need more help understanding how to take their medications.
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Synthetic Cofactor Is a Better Backbone for Synthetic Heparin
Associate professor Jian Liu designs a process that "allows for a more precise structure that gives us a better yield when synthesizing molecules, which should result in lower production costs and higher quality in the future."
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Caiola Receives UNC's Brooks Award for Public Service
Associate Professor Steve Caiola (center) is the 2013 recipient of the Ned Brooks Award from the Carolina Center for Public Service.
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Kabanov Named a Member of Elite European Academy
The director of the School's Center for Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery joins the Academia Europaea, whose members include fifty-two Nobel Laureates.
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Joyner Promoted to Clinical Professor
Pamela U. Joyner, EdD, MSPharm, has been a faculty member at the School since 1996 and is currently executive associate dean for professional education.
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Sleath Study: Pediatricians, Patients Don’t Discuss ADHD Enough
Researchers analyzed audio recordings of pediatrician visits and found that providers rarely discussed ADHD according to national guidelines, while patients rarely asked questions about ADHD. The researchers say this is a missed opportunity to "treat the whole child."
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Blouin to Chair AACP Dean’s Council
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Persky Named Director of Center for Educational Excellence in Pharmacy
The center helps faculty members become more effective teachers and mentors by identifying innovative teaching practices and advocating for their integration into the curriculum.
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Hawke Named Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Education
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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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