Dr. Young featured in Columns for his work with rural communities health.
Congratulations to Drs. Christina DeRemer, Mike Melroy, and Beth Phillips, who were granted fellowship status in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (FASHP)! FASHP recognizes excellents in practice. They will be formally recognized at the 2016 ASHP Summer Meeting in June.
Dr. Somanath Shenoy was featured in EurekAlert!, March 21, 2016 - Read UGA Reseachers Find Potential Treatment For Prostate Cancer
Dr. Amber Clemmons was named the College of Pharmacy's 2016 Teacher of the Year!
Dr. Brian Seagraves was honored by the Healthcare Foundation. Read the full story here.
Dr. Jayani Jayawardhana's research on loneliness was featured in "The Washington Post" (1/31/16). Read the artical here.
The Univeristy of Georgia College of Pharmacy would like to congratulate Dr. Susan Fagan on being named to the Inaugral Class of Women's Leadership Fellows. Read the full story here.
The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy would like to congratulate three faculty members, Dianne May, David DeRemer and Christopher Bland on being named Fellows. Read more here.
Dr. Henry N. Young was featured on UGA's Focus on Faculty. Read the full story here.
Dr. Bradley Phiillips was chosen to run for President-Elect of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). The election will occur in the Spring of 2016. Dr. Phillips is currently finihing his term on the ACCP Executive Council and Board of Regents as Treasurer.
Drs. David DeRemer and Dianne May elected Fellows of the ACCP. For more info see here.
Dr. Manasco and Dr. Bland were elected Chairs of the ACCP. For more info see here.
Dr. Bland recognized as Fellow of IDSA. For more info see here.
Dr. Cobran was featured in In the Spotlight for his work with prostate cancer. Read the full story here.
The Savannnah campus has earned its accreditation for the Doctor of Pharmacy program. The program was granted its accreditation at a recent meeting of the The Accreditiation Council for Pharmacy Education. Read the full story here.
Judy Rocker Pharm.D. and Majorie Phillips M.S. were featured in an article that discussed the importance of the Pharmacy Residency. Read the full article here.
Dr. Somanath Shenoy was featured in Columns on August 24, 2015. He and his colleagues have recently discovered that the drug Tricirbine may halt or even reverse two respiratory diseases that are almost always fatal.
Dr. Merrill Norton, leading a movement to train pharmacists and pharmacy students in substance abuse treatment. Read more here
Congratulations to Dr. Bradley Phillips, who has been named one of the Top 25 Pharmacy Professors in the USA, by the online publication Medical Technology Schools! Read more here
Dr. Catherine Bourg wins the 2015 College of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year Award!
CET was honored with two award winners at the Augusta University Graduate Research Day awards banquet. Arwa Fairaq, Segar Lab, won the Mahesh award for Research Excellence in Endocrinology. Wael Eldahshan, Fagan Lab, won the Award for Excellence in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics.
Spring/Summer 2016 UGA Graduate Travel Awards – ALL 1st Author Abstracts
Sally Elshaer, 3rd yr. CET, awarded $575, to present at the ARVO 2016 Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, 4/30–5/5/16
Shada Kanchanasuwan, 4th yr. PCA, awarded $575, to present at the ISPOR 21st Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, 5/20–5/25/16
Islam Osman, 5th yr. CET, awarded $650, to present at the AHA ATVB/PVD 2016 Scientific Sessions in Nashville, TN, 5/5-5/7/16
Yu Wang, 2nd yr. PCA, awarded $575, to present at the ISPOR 21st Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, 5/20-5/25/16
Other students presenting covered by CAP Faculty grants:
Arwa Fairaq, 3rd yr. CET, to present at the AHA ATVB/PVD 2016 Scientific Sessions in Nashville, TN, 5/5-5/7/16
Surbhi Shah, 3rd yr. PCA, to present at the ISPOR 21st Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, 5/20-5/25/16