Faculty in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSC) engage in a wide range of newsworthy research projects.
Recent Department News:
|Grad Gathering Welcomes PSC and Regulatory Science Alumni Back to School|
Date Published: September 28, 2017Graduates and current students in the PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences and MS in Regulatory Science programs enjoy day-long networking and professional development event.
|Dean Eddington Delivers 2017 State of the School Address|
Date Published: September 21, 2017Address spotlights the School of Pharmacy’s recent achievements in the areas of pharmacy education, scientific discovery, patient care, and community engagement.
|AAPS/DDDI Meeting Brings Drug Design and Discovery Experts to the School|
Date Published: September 18, 2017Event spotlights cutting-edge pharmaceutical sciences research being conducted across the region and offers networking opportunities for attendees.
|School of Pharmacy Hosts Orientation to Welcome Incoming Students|
Date Published: September 7, 2017New Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) and graduate students participate in fun, informative activities to gain familiarity with the School and campus community.
|A Metabolic Pathway that Feeds Liver Cancer|
Date Published: August 23, 2017Research published by Hongbing Wang, PhD, professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSC), may explain how some liver cancer cells obtain the nutrition they need to proliferate.
|Pharmaceutical Sciences Takes Center Stage for University’s CURE Scholars|
Date Published: July 28, 2017Local middle school students gain hands-on experience conducting fun-filled science experiments under supervision of faculty at the School of Pharmacy.
|Shark Tank Competition Celebrates Pharmapreneurial Innovation at the School|
Date Published: July 21, 2017Three winning teams awarded $50,000 to help support pioneering projects in each of the School’s departments.
|CERSI Conference Shows Quality is Key in Patient-Centric Drug Development|
Date Published: June 27, 2017Researchers discuss how to leverage a variety of dissolution and translational modeling strategies to ensure patients continue to have access to safe, effective medications.
|SOP's Annual Research Day Showcases Students and Trainees' Work|
Date Published: April 26, 2017Day-long event featured the School’s annual Andrew G. DuMez Memorial Lecture and offered opportunities for participants to network with potential collaborators.
|Study Links Common Gene Mutation to Increased Risk for Large Artery Stroke|
Date Published: March 31, 2017Dr. Patrick Wintrode collaborates on multinational study tracing a once-thought “silent” mutation to an increased risk for large artery stroke.
|School of Pharmacy, Hopkins Partner to Host Joint Drug Discovery Symposium|
Date Published: March 16, 2017Event brings together top researchers from two of Baltimore’s premier academic institutions.
|Study Sheds Light on Critical Transporter Activation Mechanism|
Date Published: March 6, 2017Findings published by Dr. Jana Shen and colleagues illustrate the power of molecular simulations to help researchers better understand key atomic-level changes.
|School of Pharmacy Joins National Institute for Biopharmaceuticals Manufacturing|
Date Published: January 18, 2017Multimillion-dollar initiative will help bring safe biopharmaceutical products to market faster and develop workforce training programs for the biopharmaceutical field.
|CERSI Conference Explores Methods to Measure Protein Aggregation|
Date Published: January 12, 2017Researchers from academia, government, and industry examine both established and emerging techniques to detect protein aggregation in biologic drug products.
|SOP Hosts Orientation to Welcome Incoming Students|
Date Published: August 22, 2016Fun, informative activities help students become familiar with the School and campus community, while setting expectations for the coming year.
More Department News:
Please visit the department news archive to explore stories that highlight past pharmaceutical sciences research projects and initiatives led by faculty in PSC.