Pioneers in education. Leaders in research. UNMC's College of Pharmacy develops medicines to treat the world's most devastating diseases and prepares pharmacists to thrive in the ever-changing world of health care.
Drs. Swindells, Scarsi part of $32 million project
Two UNMC faculty members are among a group of researchers collaborating on a $32 million grant to speed up development of long-acting versions of medicines for low- and middle-income countries.
College of Pharmacy faculty, Kim Scarsi and Aaron Mohs awarded Distinguished Scientist Awards
Faculty members Kim Scarsi, Pharm.D. and Aaron Mohs, Ph.D. have been awarded Distinguished Scientist awards. The awards recognize faculty as research leaders at UNMC with a history of significant national funding and recognition based on scholarly activity. The awards will be presented at the Distinguished Scientist Award ceremony on March 3, 2020.
Researchers honored at UNeMed banquet
Dr. Corey Hopkins, Ph.D., was awarded Most Promising New Invention at the UNeMed banquet. Drs. Dong Wang and Joe Vetro were also recognized during the banquet for patents they received.
Under the Microscope: Dean Keith Olsen, Pharm.D.
Chancellor Gold talks with Keith Olsen, Pharm.D., dean of the College of Pharmacy, about his first months as dean and his plans for the college.