Dr. Ray Maddox has been named assistant dean at the University of Georgia, College of Pharmacy and clinical professor in the Department of Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy. The full story can be found here

Dr. George Francisco was recognized as the Center for Teaching and Learning teacher of week. The entire story can be read here

Dr. Michael Neville receives the College of Pharmacy's 2014 Teacher of the Year Award. The full story can be found here.

Clinical & Administrative Pharmacy's Medication Access (MAP) Program received $1.6 million in continued funding from the C&M Mason Trust.  MAP is a state-wide program under the direction of Dr. Marie Chisholm-Burns, that provides and facilitates access to medications for solid-organ transplant patients in Georgia.  

Dr. El Remmesy receives grant from the American Heart Association. Read Story.

Dr. El-Remmesy Research Pleasing to the Eye. 

Dr. El- Remmesy's research was chosen to be the cover art for the journal Antioxidants & Redox Signaling in the December 2013 issue. Her article was titled, Thioredoxin-interacting protein expression is required for VEGF-mediated angiogenic signal in endothelial cells. Cover caption: Flat mount retinas stained with isolectin B4 for retinal vasculature.  Read Story from College of Pharmacy's In the Spotlight

Translational Research Initiative (TRI) grant funded research to be published in 2014!

Our TRI funded faculty, residents and students have two research papers in press for 2014.  TRI grants support and fosters translational research and collaborations between faculty, trainees and students within the department.   Congratulations!

·         Rozette N, Matragoon S, Goei S, Manasco K, El-Remessy AB. Systemic effects of ophthalmic cyclopentolate on body weight in neonatal mice. Neonatology (in press).

·         Goc A, Al-Husein B, Katsanevas K, Steinbach A, Lou U, Sabbineni H, DeRemer DL, Somanath PR. Targeting Src-mediated Tyr216 phosphorylation and activation of GSK-3 in prostate cancer cells inhibit prostate cancer progression in vitro and in vivo. Oncotarget  (in press).

Dr. Somanthe Shenoy - UGA reseach creates hope for tissue fibrosis therapeutics (Online Athens)

Dr. Beth Phillips named Rite Aid Professor. Read Story from RX News, and from UGA Columns (1/21/2014)

Student Awards & Honors

Shardul Odak was selected as the recipient of the Mary Erlanger Graduate Fellowship for 2014-2015. Read more here.

Rian Extavour was awarded Caribbean Distinguished Pharmacy Researcher Award. Read more here.

Abdelrahman Fouda, 3rd year graduate student from Susan Fagan’s lab is the winner of the UGA Excellence in Research Award for 2014 among 9 CET students.

Palak Patel is the recipient of a Grant from the University's Graduate School. Read Story

Robert Newsome, PGY1 Community Practice Resident, is the recipient of an APhA Foundation 2014 incentive grant. Read Story

Palak Patel, PCA PhD Candidate, was awarded third place for her poster. Read Story

Maha Abdalla, CET PhD Candidate, Received a $500 Graduate Travel Award from the University of Georgia's Graduate School. Read story

Awards & Honors - CET Graduate Program

College of Pharmacy takes top honors at Research Day

UGA College of Pharmacy’s Department of Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy's Clinical & Therapeutics (CET) program took top honors at the 5th annual UGA Research Day, which featured posters and presentations by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows across the university.
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