Pacific University invites the public to McGill Auditorium on the Forest Grove Campus on Wednesday evening, May 10, for a special preview of an upcoming talk that physics professor Todd Duncan will give at an invitation-only TEDx conference later this month.
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Dr. Ashim Malhotra has edited and authored a book entitled, “Emerging Applications, Perspectives, and Discoveries in Cardiovascular Research”, published by IGI Global of Hershey, Pennsylvania.
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Dr. Marina Suzuki has recently published an article on a novel grapefruit juice which might be safely consumed with medications.
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Edward Saito Publishes Article on Leadership Training for Pharmacy Residents
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Edward Saito has published an article on leadership training for pharmacy residents in the American Journal of Health System Pharmacy.
John Medeiros, PT, PhD, Distinguished University Professor, Pacific University, School of Physical Therapy and Tony Rocklin, PT, DPT, COMT, Partner at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy team-up to investigate new methods to improve patient care
In the News: Professor Laura Edwards-Leeper Discusses Denmark's Pioneering Decision to Declassify Transgenderism as a Mental Health Disorder
Edwards-Leeper, an international expert on the psychological elements related to transgenderism, provided analysis of Denmark's decision to Scientific American.
A study led by Pacific University's Chris Templeton shows that signals critical for a bird's survival can be compromised by nearby vehicular noise.
Dr. Johnson plans study in Cerebral Palsy with Shriners Hospital for Children.
School of Pharmacy Associate Professer Fawzy Elbarbry and Assistant Professor R. Brigg Turner Publish Article on Sildenafil (Viagra) Study
School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Dr. Fawzy Elbarbry and Assistant Professor Dr. R. Brigg Turner have recently published an article on the pharmacokinetics of Sildenafil, popularly known as Viagra.
In the News: Professor Connor Principe Weighs in on Ramifications of Recent Facial Attractiveness Study
The College of Arts and Sciences psychology faculty member cautions that care needs to be exercised by both those who report and read the study’s findings.