college of pharmacy News Archive
June 30, 2020 —
Instead of crossing the stage at a typical graduation ceremony, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences students participated in an unprecedented UM virtual convocation – and had the opportunity to view the celebration alongside family and friends on their digital devices.
June 25, 2020 —
Dr. Silvia Alessi-Severini is the recipient of this year’s Ed Kroeger Mentorship Award, which recognizes excellence and distinction in mentorship, teaching and research.
June 24, 2020 —
Meet some of the incredible members of the University of Manitoba’s class of 2020. As students, these graduands embraced opportunities available to them outside the classroom – from international exchanges to undergraduate research – that broadened their horizons and helped them to find their passions.
June 4, 2020 —
New pharmacy graduate Melissa Ireland gained invaluable insight into collaborative patient care when she participated in a primary care rotation working at Misercordia's PRIME centre.
May 6, 2020 —
As front-line health-care professionals, many pharmacists are playing an important role in patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic in community pharmacies, hospitals and other health-care settings including long-term care.
May 4, 2020 —
College of Pharmacy graduate student Uma Yakandawala wants to dig deeper into patient values and preferences when it comes to medications and breast milk.
April 29, 2020 —
Discovering how a reduction of blood flow to the brain may contribute to cognitive decline can help us better understand aging and the onset of dementia, according to CIHR award recipient Dr. Jillian Stobart
April 24, 2020 —
Cross-disciplinary initiatives and collaborations in order to find a solution
April 6, 2020 —
Over 600 students across the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences have stepped up to assist with COVID-19 response efforts.
March 17, 2020 —
A new study published last month in the Oxford University Press Inflammatory Bowel Diseases journal has found that one in six persons with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) experience a substance use disorder in their lifetime.