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Missouri Pharmacy Association has partnered with the Center for Health Outcomes Research and Education at UHSP to research the impacts community health workers can have on patient outcomes when integrated into the pharmacy workflow.
University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis is proud to announce the dean’s list for the spring 2021 semester.
UHSP was ranked No. 5 on the St. Louis Business Journal’s recently released list of the region’s largest National Institutes of Health award recipients for 2020.
Recent graduates of the University celebrated the 153rd Commencement during individual ceremonies on May 8 and May 29. All ceremonies were held on campus with students, families and friends in attendance, marking the first large-scale event hosted at the University since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lamees Hegazy, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicinal chemistry, is a computational chemist who applies methods of computational and theoretical chemistry to rational drug design and biochemical problems.
Tom Burris, Ph.D., FAAAS, FAHA, Alumni Chair in Pharmaceutical Education and vice president for research at UHSP, was ranked among the top 150 pharmacologists in the world in the recently released 2020 Highly Cited Researchers List published by Clarivate.
Tom Burris, Ph.D., FAAAS, FAHA, Alumni Chair in Pharmaceutical Education and vice president for research at UHSP was the recent recipient of a $150,000 grant to support research related to the biologic pathway known as autophagy.
In response to the mounting concern in the health care community around antibiotic resistance, faculty at UHSP received a grant from Merck and Co. to research different treatment approaches for patients with resistant infections.
As University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis looks to a post-pandemic world, new approaches to classroom instruction have illuminated opportunities to integrate elements from the online classroom into the in-person classroom setting.
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