A large, multi-center, multi-state project is the result of a collaboration between OHSU Obstetrics and Gynecology and our OSU College of Pharmacy faculty member, Dr. Lorinda Anderson. Initial findings from the PEARL study (Pharmacists Expand Access to Reproductive heaLthcare) have just been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association’s Open Access Journal.Link: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2766072
Aleksandra Sikora, a researcher with the OSU College of Pharmacy and Oregon Health & Science University’s Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute, will work with principal investigator Ann Jerse of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences plus collaborators from five other universities. Read more!
Kerry McPhail searches coral reefs around the world for chemical clues that could be the new drugs of tomorrow. She recently traveled to Saudi Arabia, where she dove the spectacular Red Sea reefs. She’s a medicinal chemist who teaches and does research at the Oregon State University College of Pharmacy. The Chemistry of Corals from […]
Cancer Unraveling the tangled threads of a stealthy disease Posted February 13 – Article by Lee Sherman Several potential new weapons are under the microscope at Oregon State University. Biomedical researchers at OSU College of Pharmacy are investigating the curative powers of a rare marine organism discovered on a Panamanian reef by natural-products chemist Kerry […]
Christopher B. Adams, Pharm.D., has been awarded a 2013-2014 ASHP Foundation Pharmacy Resident Practice-Based Research Grant. Dr. Adams is a PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Resident at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) in New York. Dr. Adams is a 2012 graduate of Oregon State University College of Pharmacy. The Pharmacy Resident Practice-Based Research Grant […]
Dr. Dan Hartung was featured on OPB’s Think Out Loud for his study concerning the discrepancies between research results reported on clinicaltrials.gov and results published in medical journals. Listen to the full interview at www.opb.org.