The 2021 POP Annual Report recaps many of the department's activities the past year.
Ashley S. Sotoodeh, Pharm.D., a graduate student in the department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, has been awarded the 2021 Nellie Wakeman Fellowship from Kappa Epsilon, a professional pharmacy fraternity. The Nellie Wakeman Fellowship is for students planning to enroll in the…
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy has received the 2021 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity, or HEED, Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. It marks the first time the college has received the award, which is presented annually by the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in…
After five consecutive years of ascension, the University of Florida’s performance has positioned UF among the nation’s top five ranked public universities, according to the 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings released today, marking an extraordinary milestone in the university’s history.
Melissa Andel is the principal of CommonHealth Solutions LLC and previously served as Vice President of Health Policy for Applied Policy. As an adjunct faculty member with POP, she also teaches a course on prescription drug policy.
UF researchers will use data from patients’ electronic medical records to help clinicians safely and effectively prescribe opioid medications.
Lo-Ciganic was tenured and promoted to associate professor, while Winterstein was awarded the distinguished professor title.
The UF College of Pharmacy placed No. 3 nationally in NIH funding and total federal funding and No. 5 in total funding.
Dr. Joshua Brown is the recipient of a National Institute on Aging diversity grant supplement to collaborate with Dr. Melissa Armstrong from the UF College of Medicine.
Patient advocates argue that that opioid prescribing limits harm those people requiring the medications most.