New NIH Grant to Help Kashuba Target HIV Reservoirs New NIH Grant to Help Kashuba Target HIV Reservoirs The $4.4 million, five-year award will support the efforts of Kashuba's group in identifying which anti-HIV drugs get into tissues best and what mechanisms they use to do so.
New UNC Research Building Dedicated New UNC Research Building Dedicated Marsico Hall is one of the largest buildings on the UNC campus and will house the research programs of two dozen of pharmacy faculty along with the School's Center for Integrative Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery and the Center for Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery.
UNC Team Receives NIH Grant for Tuberculosis Research UNC Team Receives NIH Grant for Tuberculosis Research The grant will provide more than $417,000 over two years to support a collaboration between principal investigators Miriam Braunstein, PhD, and William Janzen.
Liu's New Synthetic Heparin Offers Safety and Other Advantages Liu's New Synthetic Heparin Offers Safety and Other Advantages Jian Liu's team has created a form of low molecular weight heparin that can be reversed by protamine and is cleared by the liver instead of the kidneys. This makes it a safer and more effective drug for patients with compromised renal function and for those who experience spontaneous bleeding.
Sleath Study: Pediatricians, Patients Don’t Discuss ADHD Enough 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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