College of Pharmacy News
UF College of Pharmacy team finishes in top 5 of AMCP P&T Competition
The UF team was invited to San Antonio to compete in the national finals.
Johnson, Splett win Superior Accomplishment Awards
Johnson and Splett were honored with UF Health’s award winners on March 20.
UF researchers create method to predict leukemia drug complications
A team led by Dr. Jatinder Lamba made a comprehensive pharmacogenomics evaluation of key genes involved in the pathways of several commonly used drugs to treat acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Collins, Mehta and Yoon win ASCPT Presidential Trainee Awards
Presidential Trainee Awards are given annually to the top-scoring abstracts submitted by clinical pharmacologists and translational scientists in training.
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