Month: April 2020

UT student pharmacist a USPHS top award recipient

The United States Public Health Service selected 90 student pharmacists nationally to receive its distinguished Excellence in Pharmacy Public Health Award. The annual award recognizes pharmacy students who demonstrate a commitment to public health and active in developing innovative approaches

Virtual Research Day 2020

Despite social distancing, researchers were still able to participate in the 16th Annual Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Excellence Day. The event was held virtually during The University of Texas at Austin’s Research Week. Undergraduates, Pharm.D. students, graduate students,

Maniruzzaman Lab collaboration works to develop patient-focused medicines more efficiently

In an effort to address challenges with the reduction in quantity of new drugs coming to market, a team of pharmaceutical scientists, led by The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Mo Maniruzzaman, seeks to find

3D-printing project aims to meet UT community’s PPE needs

A black cylinder with holes along the sides.

In response to the growing demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) in health institutions, the Pharmaceutical Engineering and 3D Printing (PharmE3D) Lab at The University of Texas at Austin is using its 3D-printing resources to fabricate face shields for Dell

An Update from Dean Crismon

Dear Longhorn Pharmacy Alumni and Friends, I know all of your lives have dramatically changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The same is true at the UT College of Pharmacy. In order to protect our students, faculty, and staff from

New delivery method could make niclosamide an effective antiviral to treat COVID-19

Repurposing drugs such as the FDA-approved niclosamide is a highly efficient way to leverage drugs with known safety profiles to fight the coronavirus outbreak. College of Pharmacy researchers at The University of Texas at Austin are now using new drug