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A pioneering research institute to drive forward the search for new and better medicines -  and inspire the scientists of tomorrow -  opened at the University of Strathclyde this week (Monday 31 October 2011).
The University of New England’s College of Pharmacy was selected for the Community Pharmacy Residency Expansion Project (Community PREP) awarded by the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation. The $50,000 educational grant will expand post-graduate community pharmacy residency opportunities for pharmacy school graduates.
by Patricia J. García, Cesar P. Carcamo, Geoff P. Garnett, Pablo E. Campos, King K. Holmes
The considerable progress in recent years-;including the 22-fold increase in the number of people receiving anti-retroviral drugs between 2001-2010-;has been due to scientific breakthroughs and to civil society's efforts to keep AIDS on the political agenda. This is now changing.
The considerable progress in recent years-;including the 22-fold increase in the number of people receiving anti-retroviral drugs between 2001-2010-;has been due to scientific breakthroughs and to civil society's efforts to keep AIDS on the political agenda. This is now changing.
Message posted 9/15/2011Dr. John V. Schloss, an academic and industrial researcher with more than 30 years of combined experience, has been named founding chair of pharmaceutical science and research at the Marshall University School of Pharmacy. 
From Associated Press (September 12, 2011)   SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Drug developer Pharmacyclics Inc.
PULLMAN, Wash. - Identifying which genes are involved in a group of diseases that are precursors to leukemia is the focus of a new research project in the College of Pharmacy at Washington State University.   "The goal is to improve our understanding of the disease process and identify new targets for ...
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