School of Pharmacy

Bogner Lab

Pharmacy Faculty Advance Freeze-Drying Technology

Techniques developed at UConn are extending the shelf-life and potency of critical vaccines and other sensitive pharmaceutical products

Wilbur Cross with fall foliage. Oct. 12, 2021.

Two Faculty Entrepreneurs Named to National Academy of Inventors List

'We all brainstorm and discuss - how can this be more perfect? How can it help more people improve their quality of life?'

Raman Bahal Announced as NAI Senior Member

Raman Bahal, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics, has been announced as a 2024 National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Senior Member.

Aerial views of the School of Pharmacy, courtyard on Oct. 15, 2019.

Commitment to Community: UConn School of Pharmacy Alum Elected to East Windsor Board of Education

UConn School of Pharmacy Alum, Gabriela Resto (PHARM '23), has been elected to the East Windsor, Connecticut Board of Education.

Diana Sobieraj Receives the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s Lyman Award

The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) awarded Director of Assessment and Associate Professor, Diana Sobieraj, with the Rufus A. Lyman award for co-authoring a paper examining NAPLEX first-time exam pass rates.

School of Pharmacy Student, Lyla White, Named a University Scholar

Lyla White (P2) has been named a University Scholar, the highest academic honor granted to an undergraduate student upon graduation.

A photo illustration showing a packet of supplements containing the substance kratom, along with a bottle of pills that contain it.

The Kratom Controversy: Nearly 2 Million Americans Are Using a Substance Banned in Multiple States

The FDA says kratom is addictive and warns against its use, while it can be found online and in smoke shops and gas stations

Youssef Bessada named 2024 School of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year

The UConn School of Pharmacy Pharm.D. Class of 2024 has selected Youssef Bessada as its 2024 Teacher of the Year.

Four bottles of a dietary supplement containing the potentially dangerous ingredient tianeptine.

Known as ‘Gas Station Heroin,’ Tianeptine is Being Sold as a Dietary Supplement – with Deadly Outcomes

The synthetic drug has been linked to addiction, seizures, kidney damage, and death

Devra Dang Named Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award Winner

Campus Compact recognizes UConn School of Pharmacy professor, Devra Dang.