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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Louis College of Pharmacy is again working with its partners to support the local community and neighboring health care institutions.
Eric Robinson, MFA, assistant professor of history at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, recently completed a local media tour to discuss the history of the Underground Railroad, particularly in the St. Louis metro east area.
Giovanni Pauletti, M.Pharm., Ph.D., Gustavus and Henry Pfeiffer Chair in Pharmacy and professor and chair of the College’s Department of Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences, has been awarded nearly $730,000 in NIH grant funding to support the research and development of a non-hormonal birth control device.
As St. Louis College of Pharmacy continues to expand its academic offerings and create new opportunities and pathways for students in health professions careers, it has announced plans to launch a new Center for Career Services and Education this fall.
John A. Pieper, Pharm.D., FCCP, FAPhA, president of St. Louis College of Pharmacy, has been selected as the 2020 recipient of the Willis G. Gregory Memorial Award from the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
As St. Louis College of Pharmacy prepares to launch its new esports program this fall, it has announced that Aaron Kapiko has joined the Department of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation as the head coach of esports.
Susruta Majumdar, Ph.D., associate professor of medicinal chemistry and pharmacology at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, recently co-authored a paper demonstrating that certain alkaloids from the plant kratom could potentially be developed into a treatment for alcohol use disorder.
Representatives of St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion officially unveiled the College’s new Spirituality Center to members of the campus community during a grand opening event on Jan. 28.
The Center for Clinical Pharmacology was the recipient of the BMO Harris Bank Spirit of St. Louis Award during the 7th annual Arcus Awards, held Feb. 27 at the Hyatt St. Louis at the Arch.
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