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Pharmacy Today
June 11, 2018
According to a new CDC report, illnesses in humans from mosquito, tick, and flea bites have tripled in the US since 2004; Assistant Professor Monique Bidell tells Pharmacy Today the steps one can take to minimize the risks of infection.
WCAX-TV
May 18, 2018
Associate Dean for the Vermont Campus Jennifer Mathews sat down with WCAX-TV in Burlington to discuss her new role with the College and how ACPHS is helping to prepare the next generation of pharmacists.
WAMC-FM
May 14, 2018
President Dewey and Chair of the Dept. of Population Health Sciences Colleen McLaughlin speak with WAMC Radio about "The Collaboratory" - the College's new public health initiative in Albany's South End.
Albany Times Union
April 12, 2018
The College has joined a consortium of Capital Region businesses and organizations called “Prescription for Progress: United Against Opioid Addiction”; the group is committed to expanding understanding of the opioid epidemic and working toward potential solutions
Spectrum News
March 3, 2018
The College's annual Relay for Life took place as scheduled despite a winter storm that canceled other activities in the region; organized by the student chapter of Colleges Against Cancer, the event raised more than $25,000 for the American Cancer Society
Educause Review
February 12, 2018
In this article for Educause Review, ACPHS Chief Technology Officer Josh Singletary discusses the evolving role of the IT Department, and how yielding more control to end users may ultimately help encourage partnerships, reduce risks, and strengthen the institution
Pharmacy Practice News
January 22, 2018
A new study by Professor Tom Lodise has found that using higher Vancomycin concentrations for treating MRSA bloodstream infections may not improve the likelihood of a positive outcome and could increase rates of acute kidney injury.
AAPS News Magazine
December 1, 2017
The ACPHS student chapter of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists has been named "Chapter of the Year," beating out more than 100 colleges and universities for the honor.
Health.com
November 21, 2017
Health.com, a website that is part of the Time Inc. network, quoted Associate Professor and gastrointestinal specialist Patrick Meek for their article on unexpected causes of nausea.
Times Union
October 30, 2017
Through funds provided by an NIH grant, ACPHS will partner with Albany Medical College and Sage College to implement a training program for students that will teach strategies for assisting patients with substance use disorders.
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