News Archive

March 15, 2018

Improved Capture of Cancer Cells in Blood Could Help Track Disease

New research by Professor Seungpyo Hong and his collaborators demonstrates improved methods for capturing circulating tumor cells on clinical samples for the first time. … Read More

March 7, 2018

Residency Track APPE Gives PharmD Graduates an Edge

In 2018, the UW–Madison School of Pharmacy will offer a residency track APPE in all six of its Wisconsin regions, plus a rural focus APPE, which is one of the first of its kind.… Read More

March 6, 2018

PharmD Students Gain a Global Health Advantage

UW–Madison School of Pharmacy’s extensive international offerings give students unique global experience… Read More

March 6, 2018

Sweetening the Process of Biomarker Discovery in Alzheimer’s Disease

Professor Lingjun Li is working to develop powerful tools to discover Alzheimer's disease biomarkers to drive early detection, diagnosis, and treatment.… Read More

March 5, 2018

School of Pharmacy Welcomes Two New Faculty Members

Jay Ford and Olufunmilola Abraham join the School's Social and Administrative Sciences Division and assistant professors.… Read More

March 5, 2018

Forecasting Antibiotic Resistance with a ‘Weather Map’ of Local Data

By showing where in the state resistance to particular drugs is highest, School of Pharmacy researchers aim to give physicians the tools they need to quickly and accurately choose the best antibiotic.… Read More

March 5, 2018

Cancer Patients Who Tell Their Life Story Find More Peace, Less Depression

Associate scientist Meg Wise held phone interviews with cancer patients to produce a manuscript for patients to share with their friends and family.… Read More

March 2, 2018

Embedding Research Experience To Support Pharm-Tox Students’ Career Goals

School’s undergrad pharmacology-toxicology program offers broad research opportunities from exploring fish endocrinology to fighting antibiotic resistance.… Read More

March 2, 2018

The Science of Mentoring

Professor Christine Sorkness was fundamental in developing the National Research Mentoring Network, an NIH-sponsored initiative to encourage diversity among biomedical researchers.… Read More

March 2, 2018

New Community Service Challenge Fosters Leadership Skills for Pharmacy Students

This year, Phi Lambda Sigma organized the School of Pharmacy's inaugural Community Service Challenge, open to all faculty, staff, and students. … Read More

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