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Dr. Jianqin Lu Receives AACP Pharmaceutics Research Award
Dr. Jianqin Lu, an assistant professor of pharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics at the University of Arizona R. Ken Coit College of Pharmacy, has received the Pharmaceutics Research Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).
Regents' Research Grants – Reducing Cancer Risk in Arizona's Firefighters
Hear from Dr. Jeff Burgess about a new Regents’ Research Grant. UArizona will lead a study in collaboration with other institutions across the state to test whether blood or plasma donations can lower levels of cancer-causing chemicals.
New ABOR Regents’ Research Grant Seeks To reduce Cancer Risk In Arizona’s Firefighters; Additional Grants Address Groundwater Supply, Forest Health
With a grant from the Arizona board of regents, UArizona researchers will test new ways to reduce the risk of cancer for firefighters. Researchers will study if blood donations can reduce PFAS levels in Firefighters
Kids Are Getting Hit Hard By Respiratory Viruses. Here's What Scientists Know — And What They Don't
UArizona Immunologist Dr. Deepta Bhattacharya weighs in on why kids are getting hit hard by respiratory viruses. Dr. Bhattacharya & experts around the globe share what scientists know about the resurgence of childhood respiratory viruses.
New Study Identifies Connection Between Diabetes Medications, Multiple Sclerosis
A new study out of the UArizona Center for Innovation in Brain Science found that anti-hyperglycemic medications used to treat Type 2 diabetes resulted in an increased risk of multiple sclerosis for people older than 45, particularly among women.