Congratulations to Sandy Knowles who is the first recipient of the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition Dean’s Staff Award for Commitment and Excellence. Dean Kishor Wasan presented the award to Sandy on Thursday, June 8, at the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals luncheon.
University of Saskatchewan researcher Ekaterina (Kate) Dadachova wants military services to put mushrooms on their menu.
The University of Saskatchewan's American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Student Chapter has been featured in the June 2017 edition of the AAPS Newsmagazine.
SASKATOON – A celebration of a 20-year partnership using pulse crops and education to combat child malnutrition and increase farmer incomes for thousands in Ethiopia is bringing together international researchers and dignitaries on May 25 and 26 at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
The annual Dietitians of Canada Saskatchewan Research Day was held on Thursday, April 20, in the Wascana Rehabilitation Centre auditorium in Regina. The day highlighted and celebrated the fourth year nutrition students' practice-based research project presentations, and featured presentations by leading experts in food and nutrition.
New funding to develop promising anticancer molecules into targeted drug delivery systems.
A new study will shed light on how current food and supplement trends impact Canadians' intake of nutrients needed for bone health.
Erling came to the University of Saskatchewan and the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition in November 2010 as a storekeeper/technician. He previously worked and enjoyed 35 years in the recreation business indulging in his hobbies of motorcycles, ATVs, and boating.
The University of Saskatchewan and Apotex Inc. have renewed their partnership with a $1.6 million donation by the company to the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. The gift, which is the largest donation in the college’s history, will be received over eight years and support college initiatives and activities.
The 2017 Gattefossé Canada/CSPS Award in Lipid-Based Drug Delivery.
Eric Price, a new Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Radiochemistry at the University of Saskatchewan, is leading work on developing a new generation of medical imaging technology and “smart” drugs for cancer treatment.
The college’s Nutrition Cornerstone Fund received a $7,672 boost this year thanks to a fundraising drive spearheaded by the nutrition students who sit on the fund committee.
Dr. Ekaterina (Kate) Dadachova joined the University of Saskatchewan as a professor of pharmacy in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition and as the Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation Chair in Radiopharmacy on Tuesday, November 1.
SASKATOON, SK. Through a new grant competition from the MS Society of Canada and its affiliated MS Scientific Research Foundation, two University of Saskatchewan multiple sclerosis (MS) researchers have each been awarded $40,000 to assess novel approaches to physical exercise in helping people with MS—a web-based exercise program and Pilates.
Congratulations to Dr. Yvonne Shevchuk, and her colleagues, on being awarded the 2016 Provost’s Prize for Innovative Practice in Collaborative Teaching and Learning.
On Thursday, September 27, Frank and Phyllis Abbott met with Dean Kishor Wasan in Vancouver to sign the paperwork for the Frank and Phyllis Abbott Legacy Fund at the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. The fund will support the college’s priority areas, as determined by the dean.
SASKATOON – A team of researchers from the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has developed two caffeine-based chemical compounds that show promise in preventing the effects of Parkinson’s disease.
Congratulations to our students who were named to the Huskie Athletics All-Academic Team for the 2015-16 season.
SASKATOON—University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers in the Colleges of Pharmacy and Nutrition and Medicine have been recognized by the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) for their work to advance academic health science.
The competition is currently open; applications will be reviewed beginning December 1, 2016 and the competition will remain open until the position is filled.
Claire joined the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition in September 2010, after moving to Saskatoon from Calgary, where she worked with students at SAIT Polytechnic in the Petroleum Engineering program. She was born and raised in South Africa, and emigrated with her family in 1995, establishing their new Canadian home in Calgary.
Congratulations to Jenna Anderson who has been appointed as the Pharmacy Structured Practice Experiences Coordinator and Instructor in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. The following announcement was issued by Dean Kishor Wasan:
Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Congratulations to Dr. Fred Remillard who was named Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan Pharmacist of the Year for 2016.
Congratulations to Danielle Larocque who has been appointed as the first Associate Director of the Continuing Professional Development for Pharmacy Professionals program.
Graduate Students Awarded Scholarships by the College of Graduate Studies and Research
Congratulations to Saniya Alwani for being awarded University of Saskatchewan Master's Thesis Award
Congratulations to Dr. Jane Alcorn who has been appointed Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Affairs in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition.
The annual Dietitians of Canada Saskatchewan Research Day was held on Thursday, April 21, in the Health Sciences Building at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S). The day highlighted and celebrated the fourth year nutrition students' practice-based research project presentations, and featured presentations by leading experts in food and nutrition.
Congratulations to the award winners
Dr. J. Gordon Duff bequeathed the generous gift in his estate
The Star Phoenix Young Innovators series appeared on Tuesday, December 29