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From Left to Right: Natalie D. Eddingtion, PhD, FCP, FAAPS; C. Daniel Mullins, PhD; and Jay A. Perman, MD

SOP’s Mullins Honored with University Diversity Award

February 8, 2017

Award recognizes the efforts of Dr. Daniel Mullins and the PATIENTS program to support diversity and inclusiveness in clinical studies.

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From Left to Right: Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner, PharmD, FAPhA; and Ebere Onukwugha, MS, PhD

SOP Receives Grant Funding from Cardinal Health Foundation, Joins Learning Collaborative

January 25, 2017

E3 Grant from Cardinal Health Foundation will emphasize patient activation during transitions of care.

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Simoni-Wastila Named 2016 Founders Week Researcher of the Year

Simoni-Wastila Gets Personal During Founders Week Lecture

December 1, 2016

Celebrated pharmaceutical health services researcher examines how personal passions have helped fuel her remarkable career.

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SOP's Milani Named University's October Employee of the Month

SOP's Milani Named University's October Employee of the Month

October 18, 2016

Director of the School's Pharmaceutical Research Computing (PRC) center honored for her "can-do" attitude and efforts to streamline center processes.

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Simoni-Wastila Named 2016 Founders Week Researcher of the Year

Simoni-Wastila Named 2016 Founders Week Researcher of the Year

October 12, 2016

Linda Simoni-Wastila, BSPharm, MSPH, PhD, professor and Parke-Davis Chair in Geriatric Pharmacotherapy, recognized for her research on drug abuse and mental health in vulnerable populations.

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Study Shows Significant Increase in Prescribed Stimulant Use Among Adults

Study Shows Significant Increase in Prescribed Stimulant Use Among Adults

September 20, 2016

Prescription stimulant use among privately insured adults, particularly women, outpaced use among children and adolescents from 2010 to 2014.

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Bruce Stuart, PhD

Study Finds Medicare MTM Program Enrollment Varies with Eligibility Criteria

September 9, 2016

A drug plan with the most restrictive eligibility criteria enrolled just 0.2 percent of beneficiaries compared to another plan with more generous eligibility criteria, which enrolled 57 percent of its beneficiaries.

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