Doug Cox’s career took him to the mountain top and around the world. With gratitude, the 1986 Pharmacology & Toxicology Ph.D. graduate has left a generous IRA gift to the School of Pharmacy.
Mike Brownlee, chief pharmacy officer and associate hospital director for ancillary services at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC), has been named the recipient of the 2022 Harold N. Godwin Leadership Legacy Award.
KU School of Pharmacy students Emily Schaefer and Leah Nelson won 3rd place in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists National Clinical Skills Competition at the ASHP Midyear meeting in Las Vegas Dec. 4.
Never underestimate the influence of a mentor.
Individuals interested in a research career or an advanced degree in biomedical science are invited to attend the Pharmacology & Toxicology open house and lunch in the KU School of Pharmacy beginning at noon on Dec. 1 in Room 5052 of Malott Hall.
This guest commentary appeared in the Kansas City Star Nov. 10, 2022
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