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  • URI College of Pharmacy Clinical Associate Professor Anita Jacobson and Pharm.D. candidate Emily Lancor '24 distribute Narcan at a community site in Hope Valley. URI’s Community First Responder Program to help stop overdoses throughout New England, thanks to new federal grant - $1.3 million award will fund distribution of thousands of life-saving naloxone kits, community overdose reversal training The University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy’s Community First Responder Program (CFRP) has distributed thousands of life-saving Naloxone kits over the last three years while educating members of the community to reverse opioid overdoses. The program has now […]
  • URI College of Pharmacy Professor Matthew Bertin collects algae on a research vessel. He studies algal blooms in salt and fresh water, identifying new toxins in the blooms. URI Pharmacy study identifying new toxins in algal blooms - Assistant Professor Matthew Bertin’s study funded by $400,000 federal grant focuses on freshwater lakes, rivers Bacterial algal blooms and the toxins they produce are a persistent problem in freshwater lakes and rivers, and have affected local populations by contaminating drinking water and placing a significant burden on local economies due to diminished recreational activity. The […]
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