- Pharmaceutical Sciences Assistant Professor Zhenjia Wang, Pharmaceutical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Associate Dafeng Chu, and one co-author published, “Leukocyte-mediated delivery of nanotherapeutics in inflammatory and tumor sites,” in Theranostics, a peer-reviewed resource from the Ivyspring International Publisher. Read abstract »
- College of Pharmacy Dean and Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor Gary M. Pollack and one co-author published the book Foundations in Pharmacokinetics through The University of North Carolina Press in January 2017. Available on the iBooks store »
- Pharmacotherapy Clinical Assistant Professor (Yakima) Anne Kim and Pharmacotherapy Associate Professor Joshua J. Neumiller published the online continuing medical education program, “Update on biosimilars in the United States: impacts of biosimilar approval for managed care, hospital, and specialty pharmacy,” on Power-Pak C.E. Available online »
- Pharmacotherapy Professor Tracy L. Skaer and one co-author published, “Illness perceptions and burden of disease in patients with fibromyalgia,” in the journal Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research, published online December 07, 2016. Read abstract »
- Pharmacotherapy Professor and Associate Dean for Professional and Continuing Education Danial E. Baker published, “High drug prices: so who is to blame?” in the independent, peer-reviewed journal Hospital Pharmacy in January 2017.
- Danial Baker and Pharmacotherapy Clinical Professor Terri L. Levien published, “Lixisenatide,” in the journal Hospital Pharmacy in January 2017. Read article »
Pharmacotherapy Clinical Assistant Professor (Yakima) Christina Buchman presented, “Prescribing in elderly populations,” for the Benton Franklin County Medical Society 33rd Annual CME Seminar at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, Washington, on February 24, 2017.
- Pharmacotherapy Clinical Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for the Yakima Extension of the Doctor of Pharmacy Program Angela Stewart presented, “Genetic factors in drug metabolism,” for the Benton Franklin County Medical Society 33rd Annual CME Seminar at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, Washington, on February 24, 2017.
- Pharmaceutical Sciences Assistant Professor Senthil Natesan presented, “Prediction of drug action and disposition by in-silico methods,” as part of the WSU College of Pharmacy Graduate Research Seminar Series on February 15, 2017.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Associate Research Professor and United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries (USTUR) Director Sergei Tolmachev received $5,500,000 over five years from the U.S. Department of Energy to manage and operate USTUR from April 1, 2017 through March 31, 2022.
- College of Pharmacy Affiliated Specialty Resident Melanie Shelden received $2,500 over two years from the Washington State University I-Corps program, an initiative supported by the National Science Foundation, for the project titled, “Expanding the Innovation Ecosystem at WSU.”
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) students
- Shannon Kozlovich, pharmaceutical sciences (Lazarus lab), presented, “Stereospecific phase II metabolism of the potent tobacco carcinogen, NNAL,” as part of the WSU College of Pharmacy Graduate Research Seminar Series on February 3, 2017.
- Sara Dumit, pharmaceutical sciences (Tolmachev lab), received the Erwin & Jeannie Foisy Scholarship travel grant from Washington State University College of Pharmacy.
- Sara Dumit, pharmaceutical sciences (Tolmachev lab), presented, “Plutonium biokinetics in the human body under decorporation treatment,” during the Columbia Chapter of the Health Physics Society in Richland, Washington on January 26, 2017.
- Xinyue Dong, pharmaceutical sciences (Wang lab), with faculty co-authors Zhenjia Wang and Dafeng Chu published, “Leukocyte-mediated delivery of nanotherapeutics in inflammatory and tumor sites,” in Theranostics, a peer-reviewed resource from the Ivyspring International Publisher. Read abstract »
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) students
- Tram Pham, Natalie Tucker and James Kent coordinated 64 student pharmacists who volunteered as part of a series of emergency immunization clinics in the Spokane area in collaboration with Walgreens and the Spokane Regional Health District.