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Jay Named Executive Vice Dean to Oversee Academics at School
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Brouwer Appointed Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
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Kashuba to Play Role in New UNC-GSK Partnership to Accelerate Search for HIV Cure
UNC and GlaxoSmithKline have announced the creation of a dedicated HIV Cure center and a jointly owned company that will focus on discovering a cure for HIV/AIDS. Angela Kashuba, PharmD, will be an active member of the HIV Cure center as she leads preclinical and clinical pharmacology efforts to flush out hidden reservoirs of the virus.
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Faculty Leader Funds First Global Pharmacy Scholarships
Associate Dean Dhiren Thakker and his wife, Kailas Thakker, have pledged $100,000 to fund the first Global Pharmacy Scholarships at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Global Pharmacy Scholars in their fourth year of the PharmD program will spend one month on a rotation in countries that currently include Malawi, Japan, Moldova, Australia, and England.
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Three Student-Faculty Teams Win 2015 Walmart Scholarships
For the fourth consecutive year, three student-faculty teams have been named 2015 Walmart Scholars by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. This is the ninth consecutive year that the School has had at least one recipient for the award.
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K. H. Lee Receives AACP’s Highest Research Honor
Kuo-Hsiung Lee, PhD, is the 2015 winner of the Earnest R. Volwiler Award, the highest research award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Lee is the Kenan Distinguished Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and director of the Natural Products Research Laboratories and has been a member of the School’s faculty for forty-five years.
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Carpenter to Study How Often Chronically Ill Children Visit the Pharmacy
If children with chronic disease often accompany their parents when picking prescriptions, pharmacies could be a good place to talk to kids about properly taking their meds. Delesha Carpenter and colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh will study urban and rural pharmacies to see how often chronically ill children come in.
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Daniels Named 2015 ASHP Fellow
Rowell Daniels, PharmD, is one of four North Carolina pharmacists selected as a 2015 Fellow of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Daniels is the director of pharmacy at UNC Hospitals and the School's executive associate dean for pharmacy clinical practice.
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Jay Receives University of Kentucky Pharmaceutical Sciences Alumni Award
Fred Eshelman Distinguished Professor Michael Jay, PhD, is the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Program Alumnus for the Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy.
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Associate Professor Shrewsbury Publishes New Textbook on Compounding
Compounding expert and associate professor Robert Shrewsbury, PhD, has published the third and newest edition of his textbook on compounding, Applied Pharmaceutics and Contemporary Compounding.
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