Pharmacy Professor John Harrelson Awarded $40,000 Grant to Research New Therapies for Tobacco Addiction
The Medical Research Foundation, part of the Oregon Health & Science University Foundation, has awarded Dr. Harrelson the maximum offered through its New Investigator Grant program.
The Pacific University School of Pharmacy would like to congratulate Assistant Professor, Eddie Saito, PharmD, on his recent publication in JAMA.
Dr. Lafavor, an assistant professor within the School of Professional Psychology, joined others on TVCTV's Community Matters.
Dr. Boykoff will travel to Brazil later this year to research the politics, economics and social issues of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Dr. John Harrelson, PhD, was recently awarded a Medical Research Foundation (MRF) grant.
Halley Farwood, a third-year student within the university’s School of Professional Psychology, is hoping to secure necessary funding of $4,500 through crowdfunding site Kickstarter to launch Happymart.
Chavez' research, conducted with colleague Mary Bridgeman of Rutgers University, supports the belief that Febuxostat is an effective alternative drug for patients who are intolerant of a therapy known as allopurinol.
The chair of the Politics & Government Department discussed the City of Boston's bid to host the Olympic Games.
Conducting research is a complex undertaking and often requires creative approaches that may appear trivial to the untrained eye.
Olin Blackmore ’15 is spending his senior year as involved as possible — as Student Senate President, dancer, actor and researcher — thanks to the support of the scholarships that made his Pacific education possible.