Pharmacoengineering at UNC-Chapel Hill Gets $1.8 Million Boost Pharmacoengineering at UNC-Chapel Hill Gets $1.8 Million Boost Pharmacoengineering research at the School has received $1.8 million in Research Opportunities Initiative Awards from UNC to refine a method of knocking out brain tumors with drug-loaded stem cells and to explore how the immune system may try to attack materials used in nanomedicines.
Cost of Cancer Drugs Varies Widely Based on Who’s Paying Cost of Cancer Drugs Varies Widely Based on Who’s Paying Uninsured patients are asked to pay from two to forty-three times what Medicare would pay for chemotherapy infusions, according to a new study published by a team led by Stacie Dusetzina, PhD, that reviewed newly available Medicare data on what physicians charged.
Three of World’s Premier Pharmacy Schools Form Landmark Alliance Three of World’s Premier Pharmacy Schools Form Landmark Alliance The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is partnering with Monash University and University College London to transform education and curriculum development, to pursue new and transformative research initiatives, and to enhance professional practice in pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences.
UNC and Duke Researchers Collaborate to Predict Drug Safety in Preemies UNC and Duke Researchers Collaborate to Predict Drug Safety in Preemies DPET's Daniel Gonzalez (right) and his Duke collaborator are one of four teams receiving funding for translational research through the Duke/UNC Collaborative Award program. They will explore the safety of using sildenafil to treat pulmonary hypertension in premature infants.
Tumor Microenvironment Is a Rough Neighborhood for Nanoparticle Drugs Tumor Microenvironment Is a Rough Neighborhood for Nanoparticle Drugs A team led by Bill Zamboni, PharmD, PhD, compared the amount of Doxil delivered to two types of breast cancer tumors and were surprised to find one tumor received double the amount of drug as the other. Doxil is a nanoparticle version of the drug doxorubicin.
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