Hinanti Koltai’s March 27 lecture is open to community By Ross Balding With the medical use of marijuana becoming more common and public awareness of it increasing, more and more scientists are judiciously studying all potential medical uses of the plant. Hinanti Koltai is one such expert, and will be presenting a lecture about her […]Continue reading "Israeli cannabis researcher to lecture at URI on plant’s medicinal potential"
By Ross Balding Is there a link between high opioid prescription rates and mortality? Does an increase in opioid prescriptions worsen a community’s overall health expectancy? What role do health care providers play in the ever-worsening opioid crisis in the country? University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy Professors Ashley Buchanan and Jeffrey Bratberg aim […]Continue reading "URI College of Pharmacy study to examine whether opioid prescription rates impact a community’s overall health"
Two College of Pharmacy students spent January in a Vietnamese clinic Two College of Pharmacy students got a lesson in international injection techniques and health care in a developing nation, while vaccinating hundreds of children against common diseases during a J-Term trip to Vietnam. Students Colin Dimond and Michael Barnes spent three weeks in January […]Continue reading "Students get pharmacy, cultural lesson in Vietnam"
A group of students spent their winter break in tropical paradise, but instead of basking in the sun on white sand beaches, the students spent their time working with some of the most vulnerable populations in Jamaica.Continue reading "Health Sciences, Nursing and Pharmacy students bring services to the disabled in Jamaica"
University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy students get a truly global education, most recently learning the differences in drug scheduling and laws in different countries. Students in Clinical Professor Kelly Orr’s Self-Care class Webexed Tuesday with Nardine Nakhla, Clinical Lecturer from the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy. Nakhla lectured in the PHP/BPS 519 […]Continue reading "Pharmacy students go global in Webex class with Canadian school"
$146,000 grant to buy instruments for new class on topicals development.Continue reading "Grant funds purchase of cutting-edge drug manufacturing equipment"
College of Pharmacy’s Pharmaceutical Development Institute plays key role in trial.Continue reading "Ryan Institute Gets Approval for Groundbreaking Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial"
Annual event gives prospective students a look at what they can expect at URI The URI College of Pharmacy hosted high school students from around the region Friday, Nov. 16 for its annual High School Day, showcasing the College to prospective students. Pharmacy students and faculty members led students through a tour of Avedisian Hall […]Continue reading "GALLERY: College of Pharmacy hosts High School Day in Avedisian Hall"
Eight URI College of Pharmacy students were awarded scholarships Thursday during the college’s 61st annual Heber W. Youngken Jr. Pharmacy Clinic. The conference at the Radisson Hotel in Warwick, named for the inaugural dean of the URI College of Pharmacy, brought together practicing pharmacists and pharmacy educators for a continuing education summit hosted by the […]Continue reading "URI Pharm.D students win scholarships at annual Youngken Clinic"
Team wins College’s first championship in ACCP Clinical Pharmacy ChallengeContinue reading "URI College of Pharmacy students win national competition"