CU Pharmacy at Homecoming

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

 

Welcome Class of 2022!

 

National Recognition at AACP

CU Pharmacy wins awards for community service and excellence in assessment

 

Edible Chemotherapy

CU Pharmacy researchers are using particles in cow's milk to create edible chemo

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Mead Family

Pharmacy Family Learns Life Lessons and Skills by Building Houses Together

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Sue and Tim Mead (CU Pharmacy alums ’79 and ’75 respectively), together with their daughters, have built a strong family bond by building houses for others. “In addition to learning how to roof, stucco and cut wood, the experience taught us how to give back, to see that we are part of a bigger world, and to reflect on how much we have,” says Sue Mead. Read More

Teen’s-Eye View of CU Pharmacy

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The building seemed more exquisite up close than it was from the long distance that I was used to seeing it. The many walls of glass were a vision of innovation, and the renaissance-like structures dotting the exterior landscape of the building paid a respect to tradition. I’d like to think that the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is innovative, yet values tradition. Read More

CU Pharmacy Alums Gather in Long Beach

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Several University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy Alumni, and even a couple of incoming students, got together in Long Beach, California at the end of February. Dean Ralph Altiere and Associate Dean Laura Borgelt (Class of 1997), along with alumni Charles Brown (Class of 1964) and Katherine Johnson (Class of 2013), hosted the event.  Read More

Dreamland in Denver recap: Busting myths, preconceptions about opioid epidemic

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Most of what you know about opioid pain relievers such as Vicodin and OxyContin is wrong. Your perception of the type of person who becomes addicted to heroin and the underlying causes of the opioid and heroin epidemics might be wrong as well.

Correcting myths and challenging preconceptions were running themes during an evening of TED talk-style presentations about the opioid epidemic held at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in January. Read More

Job Opportunity: Clinical Pharmacist

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Porter Adventist Hospital, part of Centura Health, has an opening for a Clinical Pharmacist. The pharmacist interprets provider orders and prescriptions, compounds and dispenses medications within regulatory guidelines and professional standards. Consults with patients and others as required regarding use of medications and potential drug interactions. Provides drug information to patients, health care workers and others as necessary. Provides oversight and supervision of pharmacy technicians and other supporting staff including directing work flow and assurance of completion of duties.

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