U-M College of Pharmacy Celebrates 2022 Commencement
May 2, 2022

It has been a terrific couple weeks at the College! We celebrated 85 students achieving their PharmD, 10 achieving their PhD, and 38 achieving their BSPS.

Pharmacy Student Collaborates with Faculty and Alumni to Launch New Leadership Elective
March 31, 2022
Nour Kadouh
Nour Kadouh, who is interested in pursuing a career in academia, believes Pharmacy 617 is beneficial for all pharmacy students regardless of their chosen career path.

When Nour Kadouh, P4, joined Jolene Bostwick, PharmD’04, assistant dean for co-curriculum

COVID Vaccine for Kids Under 5: What Happens Next?
February 11, 2022
Dr. Jason Pogue is a Clinical Professor at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy and an Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacist at Michigan Medicine.
FACULTY Q&A with Dr. Jason Pogue
College of Pharmacy Hosts 32nd Annual MLK Health Sciences Events
February 8, 2022
Martin Luther King Jr. in Hill Auditorium
This is America: Confronting Health Inequities... Writing Prescriptions for Change

On January 17, the College of Pharmacy and the Martin Luther King Jr. Health Sciences Committee presented the 2022 MLK Health Sciences Lecture, entitled: “This is America: Confronting Health Inequi

Simple, Synthetic Structure That Mimics Surface of SARS-CoV-2 Mounts Robust Immune Response in Mice
November 18, 2021
Paper co-authors are Wei-Yun Wholey (left), senior staff member, and doctoral student Sekou-Tidiane Yoda (right) in the Cheng laboratory.
In a viral infection, what’s the signal from the virus that alerts the immune system to produce protective neutralizing antibodies?
Center for Research on Complex Generics Holds Inaugural Event
September 14, 2021
The CRCG, the collaborative center jointly established by the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, recently hosted its first public workshop, which drew more than 2,500 virtual attendees.

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