college of pharmacy News Archive
April 29, 2022 —
When Dr. Abdullah Al Maruf’s mother passed away at 65, she was taking more than 15 medications for diabetes, gout, anxiety and high blood pressure. Some of the drugs didn’t seem to be effective, and others caused side effects.
April 27, 2022 —
Over 30 graduate students from the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences have been awarded graduate studentships, a new scholarship offered to RFHS graduate students enrolled in their first or second year of a thesis-based master’s or doctoral program.
April 21, 2022 —
A graduate student who won the award for the best oral presentation at the College of Pharmacy’s Research Day says it’s gratifying to conduct research that has strong potential to benefit patients
April 12, 2022 —
Undergraduate students from health professional programs at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences now have an opportunity to apply for a fully funded two-to-three month experiential learning placement in one of seven African countries.
April 7, 2022 —
Seven of the 12 finalists in the University of Manitoba’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition are Rady Faculty of Health Sciences graduate students. The participants will be competing in the final tonight (April 7, 2022) at 7 p.m.
April 5, 2022 —
Two Rady Faculty of Health Sciences faculty members and researchers at the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba (CHRIM) were recently awarded New Investigator Research Grants from the Sick Kids Foundation, a national health education group, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health.
March 30, 2022 —
Here’s why you should tune in to this dynamic grad student competition
March 16, 2022 —
The Winter 2021 issue of RadyUM magazine is now online, bringing you engaging stories of student and faculty achievement, alumni accomplishment, and research dedicated to advancing health and well-being.
March 8, 2022 —
International Women’s Day, March 8, is an occasion for celebrating the advancements women have made toward gender equality. Women leaders in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences say it’s also a day for recognizing the inequities that remain, particularly for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and other people of colour) women and girls.