Inspiring teacher: Mark Strand, professor of pharmacy practice
Mark Strand challenges his students in the classroom with case studies and practice exercises. The process deeply engages students, and they work hard to complete the assignments with the skills...
School of Pharmacy offers free stroke education program in December
Do you know your numbers? High blood pressure and other factors play a role in whether you’re at higher risk for stroke. People may have high blood pressure and not know it.
Learn your numbers and...
Pharmacy Practice faculty help create Snap the Stigma
NDSU provides a supportive community that cares about student success in and out of the classroom. Students, faculty and staff often work together to create a positive learning environment and...
Pharmaceutical sciences student works on cancer research
NDSU graduate students can work on world-class research projects with some of the top scientists in their field. These opportunities help students challenge themselves as researchers, find their...
NDSU pharm sci research symposium set for October 25
October 23, 2018 – Fargo, North Dakota – Patients with chronic diseases such as asthma or diabetes, as well as those who receive a cancer diagnosis, benefit from treatment based on research.
NDSU pharmacy professor receives $98,000 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, PharmD., BCACP and her Family...
NDSU to name Sudro Hall Addition in honor of Aldevron
White Coat Ceremony recognizes NDSU pharmacy and nursing students
Taking a different path
Tyler Maanum is a third year NDSU pharmacy student. The Alexandria, Minnesota native found another career path in the pharmacy profession when he attended a College of Health Professions Career...
Pharmacy and health partners announce new statewide program to help prevent opioid misuse and accidental overdose
August 15, 2018 – Bismarck, North Dakota – Fixing a problem well after it occurs often can take more time and resources than addressing it when it starts or working to prevent it. A new statewide...