Alice Ball was born in Seattle in 1892, grew up both in Washington State and Hawaii to middle class parents. She
UW School of Pharmacy offers a novel approach to student training and patient care in Era Living residential communities. The
UW School of Pharmacy faculty highlight the important role of pharmacists as part of the healthcare team Autumn brings back
NACDS Launches Initiative to Improve Immunization Rates through Collaboration between UWSOP, Bartell Drugs, and QFC Pharmacy
Three demonstration projects aim to fulfill goals of $800,000 CDC grant to NACDS The National Association of Chain Drug Stores
Faculty member Dr. Nanci Murphy will retire from her full time position at UW School of Pharmacy on July 1, 2016. Dean
Unique collaboration between UW and UW Bothell brings together the top of executive education value with the top pharmacist training
2016 Highlight Stories: These stories highlight showcase the great work, service and achievements of our preeminent faculty and students in
Research shows that medication-related problems are one of the top reasons for hospitalizations and for older adults losing the ability
UW continues its consistent record by ranking in the top ten nationally of Schools of Pharmacy. One of the smallest
It’s award season–not just for film, also for the UW School of Pharmacy! Many of our School’s faculty, students, post docs and
FREE health services Sunday, January 24, 9:30AM – 1:30PM at Magnuson Community Center: The Brig Student health professionals & mentors
The UW School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the appointment of H. Steve White, RPh, Ph.D. as the new
Train the trainer program empowering clinic teams sees significant improvements in outcomes The UW School of Pharmacy is proud to
Celebrate American Pharmacists Month and share your #HUSKYPHARMACIST pride this October! Whether you are an alum, student, faculty member, preceptor, graduate,
Second year PharmD student Beau Chiba’s lineage in the UW School of Pharmacy is long and strong. When he
Friday was a day of recognition and celebration! Over 100 graduate and PharmD students received their degrees and began a
Three prescription sleeping aids are associated with an increase in motor vehicle crashes, according to a study by the University
An Historic Day in Washington Washington will be the first state in the country to require that pharmacists are included
Earlier this year, PharmD students, Arianne Duong and Stephanie Heeney, collaborated with other health sciences students and created a campaign to
Congratulations to James Lin, PharmD, ’16, on being selected as the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) Outstanding Student Member of
Washington will be the first state in the country to require that pharmacists are included in health insurance provider networks
Department of Pharmaceutics Associate Professor Ed Kelly and graduate student Cate Lockhart (UW PharmD, ’13) are undaunted by the challenge
UW Pharm.D. student, Kelsey Rasmussen, serves as a member of an interprofessional team of students who received a grant to
Dr. Shelly Gray et. al. found a persistent link between dementia and some medications in a University of Washington/Group Health
JOY AND ELMER PLEIN CREATED A LEGACY by establishing two funds for geriatric pharmacy research: the Elmer Plein Research Fund
The day after final exams ended in June, 43 UW pharmacy students met before dawn at SeaTac. Seventeen hours later they
IT’S NOT OFTEN A PROMINENT RESEARCHER FROM SERBIA comes to UW Pharmacy as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar. Dr. Jelena Parojcic
U.S. News & World Report debuted a new ranking called Best Global Universities last week. It measures the academic research
Not one, but two of our faculty were selected to receive the only awards given by The International Society for
Doug Black, UW associate professor of pharmacy practice, confers with students in the Bracken Pharmacy Learning Center. From left are
Have you heard about the critical shortage of IV products? We sat down with UW Pharmacy Professor Lingtak-Neander Chan to
We asked our students about their favorite preceptors at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital – Ron Bennett (pictured), Elizabeth Fuchs, and Candy
As a School of Pharmacy consistently in the Top 10 nationally, we’ve come to expect our students, faculty, and alumni
OUR PRECEPTORS CONTRIBUTE TIME AND EXPERTISE, opening their practice to teach and mentor our students. The Wayne A. Kradjan Excellence
PharmD/PhD student in medicinal chemistry Nick Au was recently part of a team of UW grad students to take the
In the simulated acute care environments of the UW Institute for Simulation and Interprofessional Studies, more than 300 students from
Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Micki Kedzierski is profiled on the May episode of ‘UW 360.’ In it, she and some
The “Best Grad Schools: 2013” issue of ‘U.S. News’ hit the stands on March 14th. Our School ranked in the
This past September, almost thirty UW pharmacy students led a global health project in Honduras — offering a temporary, free
The School of Pharmacy’s Principles of Pharmacy Practice Management class has undergone some changes this year. The class, co-taught by
Pharmacy students’ efforts to engage with public officials were noteworthy in 2010. Most recently, they met with Senator Ed Murray
Karen Craddick received a competitive Paul Ambrose scholarship to participate in the annual Ambrose Symposium in Washington, D.C, and to
Elise Fields is the first pharmacy student ever to receive a Schweitzer Lambarene Fellowship. She went to Gabon this summer
On Monday, September 27, the UW School of Pharmacy welcomed its newest class of Pharm.D. candidates at its annual Welcome
Second-year pharmacy student Elise Fields has become the first pharmacy student ever to receive a Lambarene Public Health Fellowship from
For the second year in a row, a UW student team made it to the finals in the Academy of
Students recently attended the American Pharmacists Association and National Association of Chain Drug Stores conventions in Washington D.C. They came
Congrats to WSPA’s Award Winners, Read U Week article (November 12, 2009), Read WSPA announcement Click here for an
UW students won first place nationally in the prestigious Pruitt-Schutte Business Plan Competition. Read more in University Week .
Celebrating American Pharmacists Month (October 8, 2009) Click here for an archive of PharmD news stories.
Students Win National AMCP Award, (June 4, 2009) Click here for an archive of PharmD news stories.
Tsuchiya gave the following speech upon accepting his award at the School of Pharmacy’s Dean’s Recognition Reception on Wednesday, May
Herbert Minoru Tsuchiya graduated from the UW School of Pharmacy in 1955. After completing his degree, he worked as a
Pharmacy Student Creates Drug-Safety Program in Uganda (May 7, 2009) Click here for an archive of PharmD news stories.
Tsuchiya Named Distinguished Alumnus, Read NW Asian Weekly article, Read Tsuchiya’s biography, Read Tsuchiya’s acceptance speech (May 2009) Click
Students’ Outreach Garners National Acclaim (February 12, 2009) Click here for an archive of PharmD news stories.
WSPA Honors 2008’s Best (January 2009) Click here for an archive of PharmD news stories.
Pharm.D. Student Receives Coveted Scholarship (October 16, 2008) Click here for an archive of PharmD news stories.
Students Help NFL Tackle Hypertension (September 25, 2008) Click here for an archive of PharmD news stories.
The UW School of Pharmacy has created a new joint Pharmacy Management/Masters in Health Administration (MHA) residency program to help
Andy Stergachis, professor of epidemiology and adjunct professor of pharmacy, has received a 3-year $559,000 award from the federal
On June 17, representatives from all areas of pharmacy practice, regulation, professional organizations and education met in Chicago, Illinois, for
John Horn, PharmD, University of Washington BottomLine PERSONAL VOLUME 26 NUMBER 4, FEBRUARY 15, 2005 Every year, two million Americans
It has been my pleasure to observe and participate in the expansion of clinical services provided by pharmacists in Washington
Henry R. Manassi, executive vice president of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), was very impressed by his recent