Gail Scott, a health policy fellow in addiction studies at Mayes, and a member of the Mayor’s Opioid Task Force was featured in a photo with the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Sunday feature about an area in Kensington and Fairhill which has become the epicenter of Philadelphia’s heroin epidemic and what the...
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Dr. Patricia Audet, a professor and chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business at USciences, was quoted in this month’s cover story for the Philadelphia Business Journal which details the troubled relationship between Phildor and Valeant, which has led to federal criminal charges being filed against executives from...
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The role of cellular machinery in the regulation of gene expression is currently a field of intensive study. Dr. James Holaska of USciences is leading the way in uncovering the role of emerin in the development and maintenance of skeletal muscle and pathology of muscle disease. This work has the...
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Qdxin, a Chinese news site, featured Qingdao High School students, who came in third place at the U.S. Invitational Young Physics Tournament at USciences. The team from Qingdao High School, in the United States, Pennsylvania, the University of the Sciences, Pennsylvania, for the first time, has won the 3rd place...
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Culture Shock, a multicultural dance group from University of the Sciences’ International Society, will perform traditional dances from areas of both East and West Africa at the 28th Annual Celebration of African Cultures, Philly Voice reported. UPenn Almanac also highlighted the performance.
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Madeline King, PharmD, assistant professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of the Sciences, explains for which infections ceftazidime-avibactam is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for Contagion Live.
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Sunish Shah PharmD’17 was featured on the Pharmacy Future Leaders Podcast, a national podcast by the Pharmacy Podcast Network, where he spoke about the opportunities he has enjoyed as a student at USciences and how the Doctor of Pharmacy program has helped him to determine a clear pathway for his...
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A new Niche ranking shows that USciences ranks 19th in the list of top private universities in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Business Journal wrote about the new ranking.
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In the January edition of Nursing Magazine, Dr. Dan Hussar authored an article on new drugs recently approved by the FDA including the first drug approved to treat hyperkalemia in 50 years, a breakthrough drug for treating Parkinson’s, and an IV antiasthmatic medication indicated for add-on maintenance treatment in patients...
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Carolyn Giordano, USciences' newly appointed associate provost for institutional effectiveness, was featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Daily Briefing and Philadelphia Business Journal’s People on the Move.
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