School of Pharmacy

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What’s the First Name of your Pharmacist?

Pharmacists are patient advocates and good communication between the two helps assure delivery of quality care.

Dr. Raymond Sackler preparing for the 1998 commencement ceremony, where he received an honorary degree. (Richard Boynton/UConn File Photo)

Philanthropist, UConn Donor Dr. Raymond Sackler Dies

Dr. Sackler and his wife Beverly generously supported the University – especially in the arts, human rights, and medical research – for more than 30 years.

Close-up of a newborn baby holding life-support hoses and cables tight in his hand. (Getty Images)

Op-ed: Should We Limit Spending on Lifesaving Drugs?

Specialty drugs have been responsible for three-quarters of spending growth on medications in the U.S. in the past five years. Pharmacy professor C. Michael White debates the options for how society can respond.

Dual PharmD/MBA Degree Provides Career Options

Combining the study of pharmacy with a business degree exposes graduates to a variety of career opportunities.

Sandra Weller, left, and postdoctoral fellow Lorry Grady, examine a sample. (Janine Gelineau/UConn Health Photo)

Thinking like an Entrepreneur to Advance Science

Sandra Weller has adapted her decades of research on herpes simplex to address the related cytomegalovirus, which has even more serious effects. She hopes her work will lead to a treatment option with commercial potential.

A pharmacist prepares to grind up a potion from unidentified pills the old-fashioned way. (AP Photo/Ruben Goldberg, via The Conversation)

Op-ed: Why Amazon Should Keep Prescription Drugs Off its Voluminous Shelves

A UConn pharmacy professor suggests that Amazon’s proposal to dispense prescription drugs could lead to serious medication-related errors and even deaths, and adversely affect the environment.

Charles F. Caley, Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice, speaking to seminar attendees. (Sheila Foran/UConn Photo)

The Community Pharmacist’s Role in Improving Outcomes for Patients with Mental Illness

Community pharmacists play an important role in improving outcomes for patients with mental illness.

Jose Manautou, Professor of Toxicology

José Manautou Named to National Advisory Council

Service on NAEHSC means making a difference at the highest levels of research affecting environmental health.

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Members of the Class of 2017.

Sights and Sounds of Commencement 2017

More than 9,000 degrees – both undergraduate and graduate – will be awarded this year, which is the highest number of degrees conferred at UConn in the University's 136-year history.