Research News

November 18, 2020
Marie Gaine
Marie Gaine studies how a person’s environment can impact them at the genetic level: information that could ultimately help predict who is at higher risk for psychiatric disorders, as well as new disease treatments.
September 09, 2020
Tim Brown and Gary Milavetz talk with the National Advanced Driving Simulator equipment in the background
Researchers at the University of Iowa—including Gary Milavetz, UI Executive Associate Dean and Professor in the College of Pharmacy—are testing how cannabis affects driving performance at the UI's National Advanced Driving Simulator.
September 03, 2020
Aliasger Salem
Researchers at the University of Iowa, including Aliasger Salem, Bighley Chair and professor, are developing an implant that helps induce bone formation in patients with diabetes.
August 28, 2020
UI Pharmaceuticals
University of Iowa Pharmaceuticals is partnering with companies seeking new drugs to treat patients who have COVID-19 infections. 
August 17, 2020
In the News: Hoehns Involved in COVID-19 Trial
WATERLOO, Iowa (source:  KCRG) - A new clinical trial will help determine the safety and effectiveness of a possible treatment for those with severe cases of COVID-19, in the hopes of keeping them off ventilators. M
August 07, 2020
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Scientists across the world are racing to develop a novel coronavirus vaccine. Faculty researchers in the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy are among them, including Professor Kevin Rice.  
July 22, 2020
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Faculty researchers in the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy are drawing upon their unique strengths and expertise to slow or stop the spread of the novel coronavirus that has swept the globe.
July 07, 2020
Cole Chapman
Cole Chapman, '14 PhD, joined the College of Pharmacy this past school year as an assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science.
June 25, 2020
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The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) has launched its first-ever virtual poster gallery as an alternative to an in-person poster session, in lieu of the APhA Annual Meeting that was to be held in March 2020, in Washington D.C.  Listed below are UI College of Pharmacy faculty, students, residents, and alumni who served as primary author on

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