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.
KU Chancellor Doug Girod recently approved the University Committee on Promotion and Tenure’s recommendation to award promotion to two School of Pharmacy faculty members.
Study preserves memory in mice, offering promising new basis for active immunization against Alzheimer's Disease
LAWRENCE — During experiments in animal models, researchers at the University of Kansas have discovered a possible new approach to immunization against Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Tom Wiggans says he’s probably heard “Over the Rainbow” played in 50 different bars around the world. The song made famous by Judy Garland in the “Wizard of Oz” had Dorothy dreaming of heights beyond the confines of her Kansas existence.
Tom Wiggans, a 1975 graduate of the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, will be honored April 29 with the school’s Distinguished Service Award. Wiggans is currently chairman and CEO of Pardes Biosciences of Carlsbad, California.
For its active role in countywide COVID-19 vaccine clinics, the KU School of Pharmacy has been given the Healthier Together Award from Lawrence Douglas County Public Health. KU Pharmacy students, alumni and faculty helped administer more than 50,000 vaccines in the past year in Douglas County and…
David Hatesohl, a 1988 graduate of the KU School of Pharmacy, has been named the U.S. Army Medical Command Civilian Employee of the Year. Hatesohl is a pharmacist at the Irwin Army Community Hospital (IACH) at Fort Riley and has been serving the Fort Riley community for 13 years.
LAWRENCE — Dr. Barney Graham, recently retired deputy director of the National Institutes of Health Vaccine Research Center, will be featured March 31 at the 17th Higuchi Memorial Lectures. A scientific lecture for students and faculty will be held from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Pharmacy is hosting 5 one-day summer camps for high school students and incoming freshmen June 13, 15, 17, 20 and 24.
Eduardo Rosa-Molinar, professor of pharmacology, toxicology and neuroscience, is one of three University of Kansas professors named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), a distinct honor within the scientific community.
*Please note date change to March 26.