Blocking Cancer—Scientists Find New Way to Combat Disease
June 20, 2017
New findings published in Nature Chemical Biology show promise for finding new solutions to treat lung cancer and other deadly diseases. Kentucky continues to lead the nation in incidence and death rates from lung cancer, and the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy is committed to reducing these numbers.
Monthly Research Publication Highlight reveals new insight into the impact of pneumonia-causing pathogens on host defense and chronic lung disease
May 05, 2017
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for April 2017 was published in Immunobiology and is titled, “Pneumocystis infection alters the activation state of pulmonary macrophages”.
UK Students Team Up to Spread the Word About Lifesaving Overdose Tool
April 27, 2017
K'Quan McNease's time is split between studying journalism at the University of Kentucky and caring for his foster children.
Most of their parents have abused opioids, he said, so the issue of the opioid epidemic in Kentucky hits close to home for him.
The problem is well-known. Many Kentuckians are personally affected, and the epidemic —and the devastation it brings — is
frequently cited in local and national news stories. But McNease wonders how many of those Kentuckians know how to help
The College of Pharmacy Monthly Research Publication Highlight compares the efficacy of antibiotics in patients with infections in intensive care units
April 12, 2017
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for March, 2017 is titled “Comparison of ß-lactam plus aminoglycoside versus ß-lactam plus fluoroquinolone empirical therapy in serious nosocomial infections due to Gram-negative bacilli” and was published in the Journal of Chemotherapy.
The College of Pharmacy Monthly Research Publication Highlight details a novel method to quantify the intracellular uptake and trafficking of gene therapy nanoparticles
February 22, 2017
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for February, 2017 is titled “Rapid and facile quantitation of polyplex endocytic trafficking” and was published in the The Journal of Controlled Release.
The College of Pharmacy Monthly Research Publication Highlight reports on one of the many challenges in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals.
February 10, 2017
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for January, 2017 was published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and is titled “Characterization of Synthesized and Commercial Forms of Magnesium Stearate Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Thermogravimetric Analysis, Powder X-Ray Diffraction, and Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy”.
Bluegrass Community Health Center & UK College of Pharmacy Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program
January 06, 2017
By Craig Martin (Director of Professional Practice Development, UK College of Pharmacy and UK HealthCare Pharmacy Services)
Bluegrass Community Health Center and The University of Kentucky (UK) College of Pharmacy have announced an expanding partnership to create a new pharmacy residency program located in Lexington, Kentucky.
November 2016 Research Publication Highlight: Rates of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Amid Efforts to Combat the Opioid Abuse Epidemic
December 07, 2016
The College of Pharmacy Monthly Research Publication Highlight documents the rise in the number of newborns beginning life facing drug withdrawal in the nation, and particularly in Kentucky.
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for November 2016 was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association -Pediatrics and is titled “Rates of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Amid Efforts to Combat the Opioid Abuse Epidemic”.
APhA-ASP Regional Awards Article
December 01, 2016
By Kevin Chen
UK’s Pharmacy Educator Program Sweeps the Nation
November 21, 2016
Ask anyone that has been through pharmacy school, and they will tell you there was one topic or one skill that they struggled to master. Whether they couldn’t make sense of pharmacokinetics, struggled to get past a needle phobia, or were terrible with time management, they will tell you that they made it through because of the guidance offered by a very special professor or preceptor.