Longtime School faculty members assume leadership of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice and science.
More than 180 PharmD and graduate students receive degrees and embark on the next phase of their lives.
Faculty and student pharmacists from the School of Pharmacy met with state delegates and senators throughout the session to advocate for pharmacy-related legislative issues.
With highest match success rate in the country, School of Pharmacy fourth year students learn where they will spend the next year of their training.
NIH-funded study focuses on novel means of bacterial identification that could provide hospitals with a more rapid and accurate assessment of infections.
Pharmacist and business owner Cal Knowlton recognized by APhA for his contributions to the pharmacy profession.
Designation, acquired following a stringent testing process, recognizes depth and breadth of knowledge concerning poisoning situations.
Maryland Poison Center will join poison centers across the country in celebrating National Poison Prevention Week March 15-21.
Margaret Hayes, MS, leads the A Bridge to Academic Excellence mentoring program, a community service program between the School of Pharmacy and UMB's six other schools.
- May 2015
- April 2015
- School of Pharmacy Alumnus Receives Prestigious Remington Medal
- MPC Staff Celebrate 20 Years as Certified Specialists in Poison Information
- Maryland Poison Center Celebrates National Poison Prevention Week
- A Bridge to Excellence
- JAMA Study Examines Medicaid Oversight of Antipsychotic Use in Children
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