Groundbreaking clinical trial

How a CU Pharmacy professor’s research is helping people with severe epilepsy

 

Not Just Bang for the Buck

New grant supports novel approaches for drug value assessments

 

CU Pharmacy at Homecoming

We had the largest turnout of any gathering for Homecoming 2018 at CU Boulder!

 

National Recognition at AACP

CU Pharmacy wins awards for community service and excellence in assessment

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Pharmacy Students Spearhead Student-Run Clinic

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CU Pharmacy students, together with students from other disciplines on the Anschutz Medical Campus, have helped launch a student-staffed free clinic serving uninsured adults from the Aurora community. At the DAWN Clinic, student volunteers provide free health services to underserved individuals living in the area. Two pharmacy students involved in the clinic answer some common questions about it in this video.

Dangers of Medicine that Look Like Candy

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This video shows us the dangers of medicine that looks like candy. The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy shows us the dangers and how they are working in the community to teach children how to prevent accidental overdoses. They offer a Pharmacist for a Day teaches students how to medications work.

Running for her Life

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Seventeen years ago, Diane Van Deren underwent brain surgery at University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) to stop epileptic seizures racking her body. A golf-ball sized part of her brain was removed and the seizures stopped. Though the surgery was a success, Van Deren experienced an acute reaction to the medications she was given. She became combative, tried to escape from the hospital and had to be physically restrained. Her reaction caught her physicians off guard. Read More