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PATIENTS Conference Showcases National Efforts to Build Capacity for Patient-Centered Research

August 7, 2020

Presentations from academic institutions and health care systems across the United States shared best practices and strategies to support the continued advancement of patient-centered outcomes research.

Lamy Center Hosts First Webinar Examining Chronic Pain in Older Adults

June 30, 2020

Experts in geriatric pharmacotherapy and substance use research explore current methods for managing chronic pain in older adults, including potential areas of improvement in patient care and policy.

School of Pharmacy Goes Virtual for New Student Welcome Day

June 18, 2020

Online webinar featuring presentations from the School’s leadership and faculty helps put members of the Class of 2024 on the path to success in their first year of pharmacy school.

PATIENTS Conference Showcases National Efforts to Build Capacity for Patient-Centered Research

August 7, 2020

Presentations from academic institutions and health care systems across the United States shared best practices and strategies to support the continued advancement of patient-centered outcomes research.

Lamy Center Hosts First Webinar Examining Chronic Pain in Older Adults

June 30, 2020

Experts in geriatric pharmacotherapy and substance use research explore current methods for managing chronic pain in older adults, including potential areas of improvement in patient care and policy.

School of Pharmacy Goes Virtual for New Student Welcome Day

June 18, 2020

Online webinar featuring presentations from the School’s leadership and faculty helps put members of the Class of 2024 on the path to success in their first year of pharmacy school.

SOP’s Yu Leads Research to Assure Vaccine Quality at Point-of-Care

June 10, 2020

New non-invasive quality assurance method developed by Dr. Bruce Yu and his team offers more effective way to detect freezing events in vaccines at the point-of-care.

School of Pharmacy Statement on the Death of George Floyd

June 4, 2020

Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FAAPS, FCP, dean and professor of the School of Pharmacy, issues statement on the death of George Floyd and ongoing racial and social injustices in the United States.

UMB Grants Pumas-AI Exclusive License for Lyv, a Cutting-Edge Clinical Decision Support System

May 7, 2020

Company spun out of UMB School of Pharmacy aims to leverage its approach — combining modern artificial intelligence (AI) with traditional mechanistic models — to arm health care professionals with the best data to provide personalized treatment trajectories for patients.

Federal Government Authorizes Pharmacists to Administer COVID-19 Tests

May 4, 2020

New guidance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services adds licensed pharmacists as “covered persons” under the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act.