Funding announced for Indigenous activities

The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition is pleased to announce the new Indigenous Activity Fund to provide financial resources for activities to increase Indigenous representation an...

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U of S professors offer options for saving health care dollars

Shifting some functions done by physicians to health care professionals such as pharmacists, physician assistants and nurse practitioners will improve access to care and patient sa...

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Harnessing the healing power of medical marijuana

The U of S is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Laprairie to the position of tenure track assistant professor with a five-year term as GSK-CIHR Research Chair in Drug D...

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Henry wins internationalization award

Congratulations to Dr. Carol Henry who received the George Ivany Award for Internationalization at the fall convocation ceremony on Saturday, October 28.

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Faculty, alumna win 2017 CBC Saskatchewan Future 40

Congratulations to Drs. Robert Lapriaire, Amy Smith-Morris (BSP 2010), and Holly Mansell (BSP 2002) on being named winners of the 2017 CBC Saskatchewan Future 40.

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Dimmock receives 2017 USRA Continuing Contribution Award

Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Dimmock on receiving a 2017 University of Saskatchewan Retirees Association Continuing Contribution Award.

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Alumnus establishes award for clinical pharmacy graduate studies

Betty Corrine Riddell (BSP 1949) bequeathed $75,000 from her estate to the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition to establish an award for graduate studies in clinical pharmacy.

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Staff Spotlight: Jean Oakley

Jean Oakley provides administrative support for the graduate programs in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition.

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Students, alum named to Huskie Athletics All-Academic Team

Congratulations to our students and one of our alums who were named to the Huskie Athletics All-Academic Team for the 2016-17 season.

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Positive accreditation results as new pharmacy program launches

The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition has received positive accreditation results from the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs.

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Pharmacy alumnus named first CEO of new Saskatchewan Health Authority

Congratulations to Scott Livingstone (BSP 1988; MSc 1994) on being named the first CEO of new Saskatchewan Health Authority.

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College granted affiliation with SSRL

We are pleased to announce that the college has formally established ties with the Social Sciences Research Laboratories (SSRL).

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College announces new Research Infrastructure Program

The new Research Infrastructure Program was announced today as part of the commitment to continue to increase research funding and productivity in the College of Pharmacy and Nutri...

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2017 Dean’s Staff Award: Sandy Knowles

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 ...

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Alumnus establishes bursary for humanitarian work

Colleen Howard (née Zavislake) (BSP 1972) bequeathed approximately $195,000 from her estate to the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition for continuing education and to establish the C...

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Mushroom cap and shield: Professor uses fungi to protect against radiation

University of Saskatchewan researcher Ekaterina (Kate) Dadachova wants military services to put mushrooms on their menu.

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U of S AAPS Student Chapter featured in AAPS Newsmagazine

The University of Saskatchewan's American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Student Chapter has been featured in the June 2017 edition of the AAPS Newsmagazine.

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International partners gather at U of S to celebrate 20 years of food security development

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 to...

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In memorium: Dr. Adil J. Nazarali

Today we honour the memory of Dr. Adil J. Nazarali. Dr. Nazarali passed away on April 27, 2017. The following was written by Dr. Kishor Wasan, Professor and Dean, College of Pharma...

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Nutrition Research Day 2017

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 celebra...

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Creating safer and more effective anticancer drugs

New funding to develop promising anticancer molecules into targeted drug delivery systems.

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Are Canadians meeting the guidelines for calcium and vitamin D?

A new study will shed light on how current food and supplement trends impact Canadians' intake of nutrients needed for bone health.

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Staff Spotlight: Erling Madsen

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 t...

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U of S, Apotex renew partnership with $1.6M donation to the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition

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 ...

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Pharmacy PhD student Mays Al-Dulaymi wins national award

The 2017 Gattefossé Canada/CSPS Award in Lipid-Based Drug Delivery.

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New nutrition lab feeds research needs

For Carol Henry, one word can open up a lot of doors.

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Alumnus leaves $250K gift to the college

Victor Bartle (BSP 1963) bequeathed the generous gift in his estate.

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New Canada Research Chair working on “smart” cancer drugs

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 ...

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75 U of S students attend PDW

With 75 delegates at the 2017 CAPSI Professional Development week, the University of Saskatchewan had an impressive showing at the national conference.

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