Photos Tagged as 'College of Pharmacy'

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Pharmacy technician training.

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Phillip Lofthouse, recent graduate of the phamacy technician training program at the University of Florida, working in the Shands at UF in-patient pharmacy March 7, 2011.

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UF pharmacy technician training broadens career options

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William H. Riffee, PH.D.

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William H. Riffee, PH.D., Dean, College of Pharmacy (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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HSC Leadership

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Margaret O. James, Ph.D.

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Margaret O. James, Ph.D., professor and chairwoman of medicinal chemistry in the UF College of Pharmacy (Photo by Maria Belen Farias/University of Florida)

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Antibacterial agent could cause pregnancy problems

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Julie A. Johnson, Pharm.D.

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Julie A. Johnson, Pharm.D., a UF professor and chair of pharmacotherapy and translational research and a professor of medicine in cardiology (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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NIH awards $10.62 million to UF pharmacogenomics researcher

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Reef Algae

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LONG KEY, Fla. --- Hendrik Luesch, an associate professor of medicinal chemistry at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, sorts through the day’s diving samples of blue-green algae on June 10, 2010, during an expedition to the Florida Keys. Along with members of his UF marine natural products lab, Luesch raced to collect new samples as environmental impacts from the migrating oil spill threatens Florida, possibly closing their window on cancer-fighting drug discoveries. (Photo by Linda Homewood/University of Florida)

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UF marine researchers rush to collect samples as oil threat grows

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On The Water

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LONG KEY, Fla. --- Capt. Cindy Lewis, a scientist at the Keys Marine Laboratory in Long Key, takes University of Florida pharmacy researcher Hendrik Luesch and four of his lab members to a reef collection site about 10 feet deep near Marathon on June 10, 2010.(Photo by Linda Homewood/University of Florida)

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UF marine researchers rush to collect samples as oil threat grows

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Student Labels Samples

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Yanxia Liu, a postdoctoral student in Luesch’s medicinal chemistry lab at the UF College of Pharmacy, processes the algae samples collected from the day’s snorkeling itinerary. After isolating the cyanobacteria, she carefully preserves the sample in a solution and labels each one at the Keys Marine Laboratory’s wet lab facility on June 10, 2010. (Photo by Linda Homewood/University of Florida)

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Sorting Algae

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LONG KEY, Fla. --- After a long day, UF medicinal chemistry research students used team work in an outdoor wet lab at the Keys Marine Laboratory to process samples from the day's dive on June 10, 2010. Ranjala Ratnayake (front), a postdoctoral student and Lilibeth Salvador, a graduate student work together to clean algae samples collected in shallow water, only two feet deep. Postdoctoral student Yanxia Liu labels a tiny extracted specimen.(Photo by Linda Homewood/University of Florida)

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Ian Tebbett, Ph.D.

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Ian Tebbett, Ph.D., a UF professor of toxicology in the UF College of Pharmacy (Photo by Sarah Kiewel/University of Florida)

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UF pharmacy professor recognized as an outstanding leader in distance learning

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MTM Call Center

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Director David Angaran (front), trainer Michele Lawson (left) and clinical assistant professors Teresa Roane (center) and Heather Hardin (right) supervise student pharmacists and gather research data in the call center. (Photo by April Frawley Birdwell)

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College of Pharmacy receives $2.5 million to establish therapy management for Medicare prescription patients

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