Creating “better-for-you foods” that not only taste great but also pack a nutritional punch has been a major focus of research in the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy’s Bioactive Botantical Lab for several years. And now, an expanded collaboration with Johnson & Wales University aims to further publicize the nutritional and culinary benefits derived from maple.Continue reading "Maple Syrup is a ‘Hero Ingredient’"
A collaborative research program within the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy, the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program focuses on the prevention, treatment, virulence inhibition, and outcomes associated with drug resistant bacteria.Continue reading "Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (Laplante)"
The single, convenient place to search Academic Health Collaborative and affiliated URI health expertsContinue reading "Health Experts Database"
Providing information to the maple benefits to promote the maple industry.Continue reading "Maple Collaborative"
A staffed core instrumentation facility supporting research and training for RI-INBRE participants and the wider Rhode Island biomedical research community.Continue reading "RI-INBRE Centralized Research Core Facility"
Providing a one-of-a-kind program where students can animate, view, and print three-dimensional models to help them visualize and understand complex concepts and processes.Continue reading "3D Facility for Biomedical Sciences"
The PDI provides contract development and testing services for solid oral dosage forms specializing in early development. In addition, the PDI offers training workshops for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies. The workshops offer classroom instruction and hands-on training that can be custom-tailored to the company’s unique needs.Continue reading "Pharmaceutical Development Institute (PDI)"
An educational display of medicinal plants herbs and spices and also as a conservatory source of standard specimens.Continue reading "Heber W. Youngken Jr. Medicinal Garden"
A new, federally funded initiative at the University of Rhode Island will promote the maple industry throughout the Northeast, stressing the sustainability and market value of this local crop and the potential health benefits of maple food products.Continue reading "URI researchers plan to triple northeast sales of maple products from $9.7 to $29.4 million"