Pancreatic research symposium set for Monday, July 8 at NDSU
Leading experts from around the U.S. will share their research on pancreatic cancer at a symposium on Monday, July 8 at the Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center at North Dakota State University, 1241 N....
One Rx experiences successes; works to combat opioid misuse in North Dakota
The statewide collaborative program ONE Rx recently surpassed its 2000th screening for patients receiving opioid prescriptions in North Dakota. ONE Rx is a program to help address potential...
Cancer support group donates to NDSU pancreatic cancer research center
It’s all done by volunteers through walks, bake sales, luminarias, golf outings and other staples of grassroots fundraising. How a county with just over 5,000 people raises tens of thousands...
Cancer support group to visit NDSU pancreatic cancer research center
A county of just over 5,000 people raises tens of thousands of dollars to support people with cancer and cancer research every single year.
What’s their secret to such sustained grassroots...
NDSU names Preceptors and Pharmacy Teacher of the Year
North Dakota State University School of Pharmacy announced three awards to pharmacists who help educate students as they pursue their future careers.
Amy Werremeyer, associate professor of pharmacy...
Pharmacy practice faculty member to receive mentoring award
Outstanding NDSU faculty members will be honored during the annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence, scheduled for Thursday, May 9, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union Plains room.
In addition to...
Doctoral student’s research may prevent infection after orthopedic surgeries
Mulinti receives Innovation Challenge award
Study to examine traits desired in new pharmacy graduates
What traits do employers seek in pharmacy graduates? Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences Director Teri Undem in the NDSU School of Pharmacy is conducting a survey to look at desirable employability...
Pharmacy Practice Professor Donald Miller named finalist for Faculty Lectureship