Visit our seminars page to find listings of scientific talks from both student researchers and invited guest speakers. In the Spring, look for updated information about the annual Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Excellence Day. TGPharm, the college’s social event for researchers and faculty, is held twice during each long term semester (more information coming in the Fall).
Research & Graduate Studies News
Visit the College Research News page for the latest headlines about some of the new initiatives emerging from our research labs.
Pallavi Kompella wins three awards at the 39th Annual Meeting of the American College of Toxicology!
1) North American Travel Award ($1000)
2) Arthur Furst Best Student Poster of the Year ($2000)
3) Charles River Fast Facts Competition – 3rd Place ($200)
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Graduates who came to the Pharmacy Reception!
From left to right: Benita Bamgbade, Ahmed Alshehri, Sachin Thakkar, Abbe Haser, Zachary Warnken, Tania Bahamondez-Canas, Siyuan Huang, Kristina Jonsson-Schmunk, Nitish Mittal, Daniel Moraga-Espinoza
…wins prestigious WHO internship in Geneva, Switzerland
Working at the World Health Organization (WHO) this summer, I will have the opportunity to participate in the preparation for the annual SAGE (Strategic Advisory Group of Experts) meeting by preparing documents that elucidate ways to overcome the barriers and limitations to uptake and coverage of new vaccines, like the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine.
Yi Liang & Dr. Joshua Toliver
An Evaluation of Database Studies Published in the Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy: Reproducibility Using ISPE-ISPOR Reporting Criteria
Sachin Thakkar wins two awards at the 2016 AAPS Conference
The AAPS Graduate Student Research Award in Biotechnology and the AAiPS Research Award 2016 (American Association of Indian Pharmaceutical Scientists).
Read about Kristina’s internship.
Drs. Bill Williams and Siyuan Huang are authors/collaborators in an article recently published and cited by the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences for its “most original and most significant scientific findings.”
Read the pharmaceutics article.