Graduate students in UI College of Pharmacy's Pharmaceutical Sciences and Experimental Therapeutics (PSET) Department labs are not all traditional students working toward a PhD in Pharmacy. They have multiple paths to success to choose from, thanks to dedicated faculty members and various funding sources and collaborations.
University of Iowa College of Pharmacy students returned for the spring 2020 semester to a new building that features cutting-edge research laboratories, collaborative learning spaces, and a UI Pharmaceuticals (UIP) sterile-product manufacturing unit, according to an
Ethan Anderson, associate professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Experimental Therapeutics, has won a piece of a $3.8 million diabetes research grant from the American Heart Association (AHA).
From a young age, Janet (Moylan) Ritter (’92 BSPh, ’94 PharmD) learned that almost anyone could be a good athlete with enough practice but that being a good student-athlete took a special sort of person, someone who could keep up with a rigorous physical regime, but also keep up with a weekly schedule of academic work that left