Pharmaceutical sciences faculty, student publish cancer research in medicinal chemistry journal
Shuang Zhou, a doctoral research student, and Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, have co-written two papers to be published in Current Medicinal Chemistry.
Professors receive $350,000 National Science Foundation grant
Sanku Mallik, professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and D. K. Srivastava, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, have been awarded a three-year, $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
NDSU faculty, students to be featured at Health Pitch event
NDSU personnel will be included among 15 speakers discussing healthcare solutions during the region’s first Health Pitch event, scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 15, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Stage at...
NDSU pharmacy technician honored
Darcy Speidel, a pharmacy technician at the Family HealthCare Pharmacy, was awarded the North Dakota Pharmacy Technician of the Year Award at the North Dakota Pharmacists Association convention held...
Summer Undergraduate Research STEM Program concludes, winners selected
The NDSU Summer Undergraduate Research STEM Program wrapped up in July with awards for oral and poster presentations of projects.
The eight-week program, which began in summer 2008, provides a...
Graduate School awards Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships
The NDSU Graduate School has awarded Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships to 12 students for the 2013-14 academic year. Each fellowship recipient will receive a stipend distributed during...
NDSU expert serves on FDA advisory panel
Donald Miller, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at NDSU, recently served on a Food and Drug Administration Arthritis Advisory panel.
Innovation competition winner creates better way to test drug
The first thing you notice about Erin Nyren-Erickson is her sassy red hair. Then how animated she is as she talks about liposomes and the ups and downs of conducting research.
NDSU’s public health program director nominated for U.S. surgeon general
The director of NDSU’s Master of Public Health program has been nominated by two Native American organizations to become the next U.S. surgeon general.
Donald Warne, associate professor and Mary J....
Faculty granted tenure, receive promotions
A total of 34 NDSU faculty members have been awarded promotions and 32 faculty have received tenure, effective with the 2013-14 academic year. They will be honored during a campuswide celebration to...