Author: Belinda Lehmkuhle

2016 Holiday Greetings from Texas Pharmacy

Gore Study Looks at Brain Response to Estrogen

A research study from The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy may offer new insight to help women and their physicians make individual determinations concerning if and when to turn to estrogen replacement therapies to relieve symptoms of

Student Receives RESPy Award

Second year student Marilyn Mootz has been selected to receive the RESPy Award presented by Walmart and Pharmacy Times. The RESPy Award recognizes extraordinary humanitarian work in the community, and salutes the service of pharmacy students throughout the country.   Since

Stavchansky Named Outstanding Alumnus

Dr. Salomon Stavchansky, professor of pharmaceutics, is one of four named to the Hall of Distinguished Alumni at the University of Kentucky’s College of Pharmacy. Stavchansky, who received his Ph.D. in pharmaceutical sciences from the UK College of Pharmacy in

News & Events

The College of Pharmacy at The University of Texas at Austin is a dynamic community composed of students and alumni, faculty and staff who share a commitment to the highest standards of excellence. Within this framework stories emerge daily illustrating

APhA Podium Competition Winner

Benita Bamgbade, a Ph.D. student working with Dr. Jamie Barner, was named winner of a Best Podium Presentation Award at the annual meeting of the American Pharmacists Association meeting in San Diego, Ca. Dr. Bamgbade, who earned her Pharm.D. from

High Honors for Patient Counseling

P4 student Bindia Patel brought distinction to Longhorn pharmacy when she was named first runner up in the 2015 patient counseling competition sponsored by the American Pharmacists Association’s (APhA) Academy of Student Pharmacists. Patel earlier emerged as a winner from

Poverty Simulation

They gather early on a Saturday morning at the university’s Anna Hiss Gymnasium not exactly sure what to expect from the next couple of hours. More than 80 people put aside their lives and preconceived thoughts and either took on

DiGiovanni Skin Cancer Research Receives Grant Funding

Dr. John DiGiovanni, professor of pharmacology and toxicology, has been awarded a $900,000 grant to study the role of a protein, Twist1, in the development of nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC). The award was made by the Cancer Prevention and Research

Parkinson Gene Link May Aid Battle Against Disease

Dr. Somshuvra Mukhopadhyay, assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology, led the research team that focused on the gene SLC30A10 and its role as a “door opener” in helping to remove elevated levels of manganese from cells. The study was published