student news

2014 APhA-ASP Counseling Competition

Congratulations to P3 Allison Gille, the winner of the 2014 APhA-ASP Counseling Competition. Allison will represent the OSU/OHSU College of Pharmacy at the APhA-ASP National Patient Counseling Competition held in Orlando, FL, March 28 – 31, 2014, The purpose of the annual APhA-ASP Patient Counseling Competition is to encourage student pharmacists in their efforts toward […]

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College of Pharmacy Researchers Published

In the recent review article in Trends in Pharmacological Sciences,College of Pharmacy researchers surveyed the current state of knowledge about the modifications of transcription factors, the specialized proteins that guide cell development and function. Transcription factors determine which genes are expressed, thereby controlling protein expression within the cell. They are also necessary for cell development. Researchers at […]

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Researchers Design Magazine Cover

College of Pharmacy researchers recently published a review of post-translational modifications of transcription factors in Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. Additionally, they submitted a cover design and were selected! The cover design illustrates a transcription factor, represented as a music conductor, bound to DNA. The sheet music—or post-translational modifications—contains directions the conductor (transcription factor) sends out.  The design idea came […]

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Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN)

Third-year pharmacy students performing clinical rotations in Portland, or fourth-year students on rural rotation near Medford, will have the opportunity to participate in an innovative new interprofessional project. The Interprofessional Care Access Network (I-CAN) is a 3-year grant project funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration. The purpose of I-CAN is to create a […]

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Potluck in the Park

Each year, the OHSU/OSU educational programs organize an annual Health Care Equality Week fair.  The week long fair is designed to raise awareness about disparities in the U.S. health care system and provide services to homeless and uninsured populations. This year’s event will take place in April 2014, where students will offer services to people attending. […]

alumni news

Claude Gerlach (’34)

Claude Theodore Gerlach, of Springfield, Oregon died January 19, 2014 at the age of 100.  Claude was born in Philomath, Oregon, April 4, 1913.  He attended a one-room country school in North Bend, graduated from Coquille High School, and in 1934 graduated from the School of Pharmacy at Oregon State College, where he met his […]