Croyle cited for research paper
A research study by Dr. Maria Croyle, professor of pharmaceutics, has been cited as the best research paper of 2015 by the University Co-op. The study outlines work in her lab to demonstrate long-term protection against the most lethal strain of Ebola. Read more about Croyle’s research award.
Bethany Boyd, Paul Davis and Rebecca Attridge have been announced as recipients of 2015 recognition by the College of Pharmacy Alumni Association. The presentations will be made at the annual Alumni Reception & Awards Ceremony on Friday, November 6. The event, scheduled for the UT Club on the Austin campus, officially kicks off pharmacy homecoming weekend 2015. Read more about these award recipients.
Dr. Robert L. Talbert, the Smithkline Centennial Professor Emeritus in Pharmacy, receive the Paul F. Parker Medal from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). The award, established in 2002, is the highest honor bestowed by ACCP. Talbert received the award at the opening general session of the 2015 Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in San Francisco in October. Read more about Talbert and the Parker Medal.
Lance Ray, Pharm.D. ’06, has been named the 2015 recipient of the Arlyn Kloesel Preceptor of the Year Award. Read about this and other preceptor recognitions.
It was a very good national meeting for the UT Chapter of the National Community Pharmacists Association. The group took home Chapter of the Year honors as well as several other awards. Read more about NCPA’s honors.
The College of Pharmacy is rolling out the orange carpet to welcome back all alumni for Homecoming 2015 on November 6-7. Among those returning will be three cited for special alumni awards. Read more about Homecoming 2015.
Exposure to chemicals known as Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs), may contribute to development of diabetes and obesity, according to a statement recently released by the Endocrine Society, and co-authored by Dr. Andrea Gore.
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy is delighted to bring Longhorn pharmacy to the Virtual Pharmacy School Fair, October 21 and 22. The event is hosted by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Sign up for the virtual fair.
Dr. Christopher Frei, associate professor of pharmacotherapy, has been named director of the Translational Science Ph.D. Program. The program draws students with health professional doctoral degrees or health-related Master’s degrees and trains them to conduct innovative Translational Research. Read more about Frei’s appointment.
The Hispanic Association of Pharmacists (HAP) has been named to receive a 2015 Community Leadership Award from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition. Read more about HAP’s award winning program.