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Dr. DeRemer won the Best Paper Award at the 2014 ACCP Annual Meeting. Read more here

Congratulations to Dr. Rusty May on being named 2014 Distinguished Drug Information Pharmacist by the Drug Information PRN at the Annual ACCP Meeting in Austin, TX this week.

Congratulations to Dr. Amber Clemmons, BCOP, on being named the 2014 Young Health System Pharmacist of the Year at last week’s GSHP meeting.

Congratulations to Dr. David DeRemer, who won the Great Eight Research Poster competition at the ACCP Annual Meeting, in Austin, Texas. He was best of close to 500 presented abstracts. Pictured with ACCP President, Dr. Gary Yee, and Dr. Larisa Cavallari, Chair ACCP Research Institute. View the picture here.

Dr. Jake Galdo received a $5,000 Catalyst Grant. Read more here.

College of Pharmacy welcomes new faculty

Dr. Ray Maddox was featured in Columns September 22nd, 2014. Read the full story here

Drs. Beth Phillips, Clemmons, Fagan, DeRemer, El-Remessy, Perri, Phan, and Shenoy have been awarded Seed Grants for Research, Teaching, and Pharmacy Practice from CoP Foundation Funds. The entire story can be found here

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.

Student Awards & Honors

Abdelrahman Fouda and Sherif Hafez were awarded a Travel Award for Junior Investigators. Read more here

CET Student’s Sherif Hafez and Sally Elshaer share first place for Best Graduate Student Presentation at the 5th Annual STaR Conference. Read more here.

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.

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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