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Yizhou Dong, PhD, an assistant professor of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the College of Pharmacy has been awarded a 2016 New Investigator Grant by the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS). The grant is open to full-time tenured and non-tenured faculty with three years or less as assistant professor at the start of the grant application. In the second year awarding the grant, AAPS received 27 applications, of which Dong was the sole recipient.

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy installed Peixuan Guo, PhD as its first ever Sylvan G. Frank Endowed Chair in Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems at a July 26 ceremony at the university’s Faculty Club. Presiding over the event was President Michael V. Drake, Provost Bruce McPheron, Executive Vice President of Health Sciences Sheldon M. Retchin, and Dean and Professor Henry J. Mann.  

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy is pleased to present  Peixuan Guo, PhD, on Tuesday, July 26, 1:45 p.m., Room 103, Lloyd M. Parks Hall, 500 West 12th Ave. Guo’s talk, Biomotors and RNA Nanotechnology for Application in Drug Development, Cancer Therapy and Single Molecule Sensing, is part of the celebration of Chih-Ming Chen (PhD ’81), and his wife, Virginia for their endowment of The Sylvan G. Frank Chair, held by Guo.

Nira Kadakia and Joe Cusimano at the P12 Initiative Presentation

Students from The Ohio State University colleges of Pharmacy and Education and Human Ecology created and conducted a medication safety/peer-to-peer empowerment program with students at Hamilton Township High School in Columbus.

The three-person team of Nira Kadakia, Joe Cusimano and Eun Jeong Park created a series of modules that focus on peer pressure, self-confidence, medication safety and storage and how drugs interact with the brain.

Marialice S. Bennett

What do you see as the future of pharmacy? Do you have the necessary skills to lead practice change in your organization? Marialice S. Bennett, RPh, FAPhA, has some ideas about the traits shared by leaders tasked with motivating managers and driving an idea forward into action.

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy is pleased to announce that Lara Sucheston-Campbell, PhD, and Moray Campbell, PhD, have joined the College of Pharmacy faculty. Both come from the Department of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo NY.

Lara Sucheston-Campbell

More than 29 million Americans live with diabetes. For some it can be a struggle to afford the many medications and devices necessary to keep the disease under control. That has led to a lucrative market where prescriptions are bought and resold.

On a Friday morning, the Marion Franklin Intergenerational Center holds a health fair for local residents. Registered nurse Barbara Parker is there to screen for diabetes.  Using a Lancet, a small needle, she pricks the skin on the tip of the finger, then slips a thin glucose test strip into the handheld meter.

Partner for Promotion Scene

Two programs at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy have been named recipients of the 2016 Outreach & Engagement Awards from The Ohio State University. Pharmacy's Partner for Promotion was named recipient of the Distinguished Service-Learning Award ; the OSU-South Africa Partnership was honored with the Emerging International Engagement Award.

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