School of Pharmacy
Why Prescription Drugs Can Work Differently for Different People
Genetic differences, drug interactions and inflammation can affect how well drugs work in the body
OVPR Awards CARIC Award to Pharmaceutical Science Project
Associate professor of medicinal chemistry Marcy Balunas received the 2021 CARIC award.
2021 Pharmacy Faculty Promotions
UConn’s Board of Trustees recently approved the following 2021 promotions among School of Pharmacy faculty in recognition of their continued high quality contributions to the academic mission of the University.
UConn Pharmacy Students and Faculty Honored at 2021 Connecticut Pharmacists Association Awards
On September 15, 2021 the Connecticut Pharmacists Association (CPA) held its 145th annual Awards Banquet. Students, faculty and alums from the UConn School of Pharmacy were honored during the ceremony with a wide array of recognitions, awards, and scholarships.
UConn Graduate Student Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences – Summer 2021
Take a look at the diverse graduate student research happening inside the School of Pharmacy's Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
New School of Pharmacy Faculty Member Chinenye Anyanwu
Chinenye Anyanwu, Pharm.D., M.P.H. has joined the UConn School of Pharmacy as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice in the area of Public Health.
Students Serving Community With Screenings, Vaccinations
A multidisciplinary force including UConn faculty and students came together last weekend in Hartford’s Keney Park and North End neighborhoods to offer free health screenings, COVID-19 information, and door-to-door vaccinations.
Rat Poison is Just One of the Potentially Dangerous Substances Likely to Be Mixed Into Illicit Drugs
The difference between what you think you're buying and what is actually in the product can be the difference between life and death
What Does Full FDA Approval Mean for a Vaccine Already Authorized for Emergency Use?
Full FDA approval is a milestone that may help build confidence among the vaccine hesitant
Former Student Amy Dixon Heads to Tokyo for Paralympics
Dixon will compete in the paratriathlon, which combines a 750-meter open water swim, a 20-kilomoter bicycle race finished with a five-kilometer road race, on Aug. 28 and 29