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Anonymous donation funds Ph.D. fellowship

LAWRENCE — An anonymous donation of $300,000 to the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy’s Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology was inspired by the donor’s niece and her experience as a doctoral student.

Pharmacy alum pledges $100,00 to Gene Hotchkiss Pharmacy Scholarship Fund

LAWRENCE — A University of Kansas School of Pharmacy alumnus has pledged $100,000 to honor a longtime school administrator.

Audus named Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Editor-in-Chief

LAWRENCE — Ken Audus, University of Kansas professor of pharmaceutical chemistry and former School of Pharmacy dean, has been named editor-in-chief of the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Weinhold named Department of Pharmacy Practice Chair

LAWRENCE — Frank Weinhold is the new chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. He began his position June 1.

Pharmacy school again exceeds national average for residency placement

LAWRENCE — Close to half of the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy 2020 graduates applied to residency programs, and once again, KU pharmacy students matched at a rate far above the national average, according to the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

COVID-19 drug therapy contains crucial ingredient from Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

KU School of Pharmacy mourns the loss of Jack Witmer

KU School of Pharmacy graduate and longtime community pharmacist John (Jack) Witmer died April 27. He was 88 years old.

Pharmacy students travel across Kansas to visit independent pharmacies

LAWRENCE — Sixteen University of Kansas School of Pharmacy students will take a three-day trip across Kansas next week to visit 13 independent community pharmacies.

Researchers work to increase global access to lifesaving vaccines

World-renowned neurologist to speak about relationship between immune cells, alzheimer's

LAWRENCE — World-renowned neurologist Dr. David Holtzman will talk about how targeting immune cells may be a potential therapy for Alzheimer’s disease at the 16th Takeru Higuchi Memorial Lectures at the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy on Thursday, Nov. 14.

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