Professor Shelly Gray and team found link of heavier use of common medications to  dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. Mary Hebert leads the UW team studying the impact medications have on infants, pregnant and nursing women. Lee and his lab team Decoding HIV and Influenza Viruses Global Brigades in Nicaragua Kelly’s lab team

News from the School of Pharmacy

SOP News Column 1


State of Washington first in pharmacy, again

Washington will be the first state in the country to require that pharmacists are included in health insurance provider networks under new legislation (SB 5557) signed by Governor Inslee on Monday, May 11, 2015. Pharmacists will be compensated for the patient care they provide within their scope of practice, just... Read more...

SOP News Column 2

Proteins attached to the HIV virus membrane attempt to fuse with host cells.

Lee lab pursues clues to HIV, flu in the moment of infection

In a basement lab deep within the Magnuson Health Sciences Building, a group of scientists works to decode the mysteries of two deadly viruses: influenza and HIV. Led by Kelly Lee, assistant professor of medicinal chemistry in the School of Pharmacy, they examine the viral fusion proteins found on the... Read more...

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