College of Pharmacy News
A study led by Dr. Steven Smith suggests population-level blood pressure, particularly among racial and ethnic minorities, might have increased following the 2016 presidential election.
UF College of Pharmacy researchers will send a tissue-chip experiment to the International Space Station on Nov. 22.
The one-year grant will provide research funding for Cicali and cover a portion of his travel expenses to attend the Brisbane 2023 FIP World Congress in Australia.
The “Rx Gator Thank You Letters” campaign featured stops at 63 different pharmacies.
Chronicle of higher education news
Professors are being asked to accommodate students. That’s not the same ask for everyone.By Beckie Supiano The request puts faculty members with lower status at bigger risk.
Four ways that institutions could simplify the tenure system and preserve academic freedom.By Rob Jenkins Four ways that institutions could simplify the tenure system and preserve academic freedom.
By Dan BaumanState retirement funds in California, Kentucky, Ohio, and Texas ramped up their investments in the controversial ed-tech company during the pandemic.
Yes, they’re constitutional — if done right. By Brian Soucek Yes, they’re constitutional — if done right.
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