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.
Pacific University School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Sarah E. White, PharmD, BCPS, RPh earned the ASHP 2014 Best Practices Award in Health-System Pharmacy.
A Bid for a Better Olympics, an essay by Pacific University associate professor Jules Boykoff, has been published by The New York Times.
The director of Pacific's Certificate of Gerontology program recently discussed the publication and the importance work and active living has for senior citizens' health.
Jules Boykoff, associate professor and chair of the Politics & Government Department at Pacific University, is providing insightful prospectives on the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Browning, the chair of Pacific University's English Department, will be a visiting U.S. Scholar in Vietman for the 2014-15 academic year.
Associate Professor Gail Aamodt Named Educator of the Year by American Dental Hygienists' Association
The honor recognizes a faculty member who contributes to and is dedicated to providing high quality education to dental hygiene students.