Pharmacy faculty member receives grant for Hepatitis C program
A faculty member in the NDSU School of Pharmacy is leading a team to support Hepatitis C screening and treatment access at Family HealthCare in Fargo.
Amber Slevin and her Family HealthCare team...
NDSU to name new building in honor of Aldevron
What started in 1998 by two bright and ambitious NDSU students working toward degrees in biotechnology and pharmaceutical sciences is about to become a permanent part of the NDSU campus.
White Coat Ceremony recognizes NDSU pharmacy, nursing students
Students from the NDSU College of Health Professions will be admitted into the professional pharmacy and nursing programs during the annual White Coat Ceremonies on Saturday, Oct. 6. The ceremony...
NDSU Master of Public Health program welcomes largest incoming class
When Alyssa Athman received her undergraduate degree in dietetics from NDSU, she already had some hands-on experience. While pursuing her undergraduate studies, Athman completed a practicum with the...
Program announced to help prevent opioid misuse and accidental overdose
A new statewide program, called ONE Rx, aims to stem opioid misuse by increasing awareness when patients first fill an opioid prescription. The program was announced Aug. 15 in Bismarck, North...
License agreement announced to develop cancer treatment compounds
The NDSU Research Foundation and OncoThira have entered into a license agreement involving technology developed at NDSU.
OncoThira will develop and market compounds discovered by NDSU...
Pharmacy faculty member named Emerging Teaching Scholar
Jeanne Frenzel, NDSU associate professor of pharmacypractice, is one of just five Emerging Teaching Scholars in the U.S. selected by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
Criteria for the...
NDSU student receives international research fellowship
Pick an “e” word. Energized, educated, enthusiastic, eloquent. They all describe how engaged NDSU undergraduate student Christy Anderson becomes when doing her research in the lab of Sathish...
NDSU researcher publishes study on developing an insulin pill
One mother vividly remembers her three-and-a-half-year-old son’s pleas when he received insulin injections several times each day. “He would beg and plead, ‘Don’t do it, momma!’” she recalls.
Dementia continuing education available for pharmacists
North Dakota pharmacists can participate in free continuing education opportunities about dementia care at sessions scheduled during June and August in in Fargo and Bismarck. Offered by the NDSU...