July 21, 2016
The College of Pharmacy Monthly Research Publication Highlight features a novel approach in the development of new antibiotics directed against the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB).
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for June, 2016 was published in Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry and is titled “A biocatalytic approach to capuramycin analogues by exploiting a substrate permissive N-transacylase CapW”.
July 05, 2016
It is our pleasure to announce that Kip Guy has been named Dean of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. Kip joins us from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, where he currently serves as chairperson of the Department of Chemical Biology and Therapeutics. We anticipate Kip will assume his new role on October 1, 2016.
June 22, 2016
The College of Pharmacy Monthly Research Publication Highlight features a computational chemistry approach that reveals a potentially novel reaction pathway in the inactivation of the hunger hormone, Ghrelin.
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for May 2016 is titled “Unexpected Reaction Pathway for butyrylcholinesterase-catalyzed inactivation of “hunger hormone” ghrelin” and was published in the Scientific Reports.
June 22, 2016
At the end of each school year, professional associations and academic institutions across Kentucky and the country reflect on and recognize the achievements of pharmacists that have advanced the profession, served their communities, and mentored our next generation of pharmacists.
The University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy congratulates Drs. Kim Croley, Suzanne Francis, Trish Freeman, Chris Harlow, Anne Policastri, and P. Shane Winstead on these great honors.
Dr. Kim Croley
KPhA Distinguished Service Award
May 17, 2016
By Amanda Plakosh
Pharmacy school is no cake walk. Jeff Cain’s students know this better than most.
Each year, Jeff Cain, Associate Adjunct Professor and Director of Education Technology at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy (UK COP), invites students to scale 10-foot tall walls, traverse monkey bars, and haul sandbags through steep and muddy terrain during obstacle races.
May 05, 2016
Dr. Chang-Guo Zhan, Professor, University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, has been named a 2016-2017 University of Kentucky University Research Professor.
Since 1976, the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees has honored faculty members for their research achievements.
Lisa Cassis, UK’s vice president for research, expressed her gratitude for the contributions made by Dr. Zhan and 16 additional Research Professors chosen from other UK colleges.
May 04, 2016
The College of Pharmacy April Research Publication Highlight showcases the development of a novel three dimensional model of lung cancer to better understand resistance to therapy and identify new strategies in the treatment of lung cancer.
The UK College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for April, 2016 is titled “Investigating the Radioresistant Properties of Lung Cancer Stem Cells in the Context of the Tumor Microenvironment” and was published in Radiation Research.
April 29, 2016
Lexington, Kentucky is known for being a peaceful, easy going city. It’s not unusual to find residents and visitors sitting on the patio of a gastropub, sharing a fine meal with friends while sipping a locally distilled spirit and enjoying a gentle breeze and Lexington’s brilliant blue skies.
April 22, 2016
By Amanda Plakosh
It’s 5:47 pm on Friday night. After a long week at work, you excitedly drive towards the elementary school to pick up your soon to be 7-year old son. His birthday is on Saturday and you have an unforgettable party planned. The grandparents are coming in from out of town and his best buddies from school will be coming over first thing in the morning for a backyard bash.
April 08, 2016
By Greg Graf
The University of Kentucky (UK) College of Pharmacy Research Publication Highlight for March 2016 is titled “Aβ40 Reduces P-glycoprotein at the Blood-Brain Barrier through the Ubiquitin-Proteasome Pathway” and was published in The Journal of Neuroscience.