The Mission of the University of Utah College of Pharmacy is to: 1) advance health care related to optimal medication outcomes through education and training; 2) discover, develop and disseminate new biomedical knowledge and technology; and 3) provide pharmacy-based services and outreach activities to the community.
Dr. Abby Pulsipher and Bryce Wallis presented their groundbreaking research at the 2023 Utah CTSI Symposium, showcasing advancements in eosinophilic chronic rhinosinusitis and ovarian cancer therapy.
Dr. Alphonsus Ng, Dr. Yue Lu, and Huiqian Hu's research in Cell Reports offers key insights into COVID-19's lung impact, advancing viral study.
Dr. Hamid Ghandehari receives the Ascender Grant from PIVOT Center for his innovative research in developing a liquid embolic treatment for liver cancer.
Dr. Mingnan Chen and team receive the 3i Initiative Program Project Planning Grant for innovative immunotherapeutic approaches to treat Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.
Dr. Abby Pulsipher receives NIAID R41 grant funding for her groundbreaking work on a diagnostic test for eosinophilic chronic rhinosinusitis.
Neetu Singh, a Molecular Pharmaceutics Ph.D. student at the University of Utah, is awarded the AAPS Best Poster Award for her groundbreaking research.
Dr. Makoto Kondo's research on cartilage regeneration using juvenile cell sheets for elderly osteoarthritis patients funded by The Center on Aging.
Bryce Wallis, a Ph.D. student in Molecular Pharmaceutics, was awarded the Fall 2023 MSCI Scholarship, supporting her education and research endeavors at the University of Utah.
Chen Lab's "Protein Science" publication unveils a novel anti-PD-1 diphtheria immunotoxin, offering potential in autoimmune disease treatment.
Chuang Zhang, a Molecular Pharmaceutics Ph.D. student, has been awarded the prestigious Shurl and Kay Curci Foundation Fellowship, supporting his academic and research pursuits at the University of Utah.
The Molecular Pharmaceutics Department at the University of Utah made a significant impact at the CRS 2023 Annual Meeting with numerous abstracts and awards.
Dr. Hamid Ghandehari receives the CRS Distinguished Service Award for his exceptional commitment and service to the Controlled Release Society.
Dr. Carol Lim is honored as the 2023 Mentor of the Year by the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education for her exemplary guidance and leadership.
Drs. Ghandehari, Khurana, Pulsipher, and Cannon earn HCI ET funding for innovative cancer research at the University of Utah.