NDSU researcher invited to write commentary on cancer case
Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, has been invited to write a commentary on a clinical case for the journal, Clinical Advances in Hematology and Oncology. The commentary will be...
Third-year pharmacy students to practice serving real patients
NDSU’s pharmacy program developed an innovative project where third-year pharmacy students can apply their skills while serving real patients.
Through the Thrifty White Concept Pharmacy, a licensed...
NDSU names vice chair of pharmacy practice
Helping small visitors dream big
On a fall morning, fourth graders from Bismarck’s Myhre Elementary School filed into a study room at Sudro Hall.
Dana Davis, director of recruitment for College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied...
NDSU faculty members receive $1.2 million grant for youth programming
NDSU faculty members have received a $1.2 million three-year competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families.
Events set to celebrate Native American Heritage Month
NDSU has a series of events scheduled to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, which began Thursday, Nov. 1.
Donald Warne, director of the NDSU Master of Public Health program, is scheduled to...
Faculty publish articles on nursing care of Native American elders
Donna Grandbois, assistant professor of nursing; Donald Warne, Master of Public Health program director; and Valerie Eschiti, a colleague from the University of Oklahoma, co-wrote the guest editorial,...
Public health researcher presents at injury prevention conference
Andrea Huseth-Zosel, research associate in the Master of Public Health program, presented at the third North Dakota Conference on Injury Prevention and Control in Bismarck, N.D. The meeting’s theme...
NDSU program director to present at American Cancer Society panel discussion
Donald Warne, director of NDSU’s Master of Public Health Program, is scheduled to be a panel member at the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s event titled, “American Indian Health Equity...
Pharmaceutical sciences research lecture planned
The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has invited David W. Busija, Regents Professor and chair of the pharmacology department at Tulane University School of Medicine, to present his research and...