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- Sigmapharm Internship Gives Students Exposure to Industry
January 30, 2019
Five USciences undergraduate students in the pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacology/toxicology programs learned about different career opportunities and applied their learning from the classroom and labs to the real world during a four-week summer internship experience at Sigmapharm Laboratories in Bensalem, Pa.
- The Opportunity Journey: Innovative Program Prepares Next Generation Scientists
January 24, 2019
According to Brian Keith, Ph.D., Wistar dean of Biomedical Studies, basic cancer research unravels the complex cellular and genetic mechanisms that underlie disease, and spurs the development of new, rationally designed therapies to ultimately improve patient outcomes.
- New Scholarship Offers First Year Students Research Opportunities
January 08, 2019
A new research scholarship for students admitted into USciences' pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacology and toxicology programs puts laboratory experience and research in reach for first-year students.
- Weber Scientific, USciences Enter into License Agreement
December 11, 2018
Weber Scientific and USciences announced that they have entered into a license agreement to provide Weber with a license to Farber Pham Diastaticus Medium (FPDM), discovered by Matthew J. Farber, PhD, Director of the University's Brewing Science Certificate Program.
- First Year Students Gain Research, Presentation Skills at Poster Fair
November 05, 2018
At the fair, teams and individual students, present research into topics interesting to them and examine it from the perspective of their respective discipline.
- Expert Commentary: A Healthy Lifestyle May Be the Key to Preventing Cancer
October 31, 2018
Although breast cancer incidence is often thought to be a spontaneous disease, most people are unaware that certain everyday lifestyles might impact on the development of this cancer later on in life and or affect how many years breast cancer survivors will live post-diagnosis.
- Occupational Therapy Student Strengthens Research Skills to Improve Patient Care
October 30, 2018
Hellerstein has already seen how research can impact the field. She completed an independent study that assessed how LGBTQ health issues are addressed in occupational therapy education.
- USciences Hosts Life Sciences Leaders for Innovate, Collaborate, and Ignite
October 24, 2018
Greater Philadelphia continues to earn stature as a center of innovation and leader in the life sciences with the region's assets on full display at Innovate, Collaborate, Ignite 2018!
- USciences Celebrates Launch of Substance Use Disorders Institute
October 09, 2018
The Institute was created in June 2017 by the University to provide educational programming, policy outreach, and research about the national opioid epidemic.
- USciences Physics, Biology Professors Awarded Research Grants
September 07, 2018
The Board of the Charles E. Kaufman Foundation, a supporting organization of The Pittsburgh Foundation, has awarded 10 scientific research grants totaling $1.9 million, including $200,000 to USciences and Roberto Ramos, PhD, and Margaret Pearce, PhD.
- High School Students Gain Research Experience in Pharmaceutical Sciences Lab
August 06, 2018
Although he hasn't taken a college level course, Joseph San Filippo PharmSci'22 has already begun working in a USciences laboratory. San Filippo learned about the trials and tribulations of working in a University laboratory this summer with a stint in pharmaceutical sciences lab under the tutelage of Anil D'Mello, PhD.
- SUDI Hosts Online Streaming Community Forum on Opioid Epidemic
July 16, 2018
University of the Sciences' Substance Use Disorders Institute (SUDI) recently partnered with local activists and researchers to hold a hybrid community forum, streamed over social media as well as open to in-guest attendees on campus, to address harm reduction initiatives in discussion in Philadelphia to address the opioid epidemic.
- Debating the Impact of Medical Cannabis on the Opioid Crisis
May 11, 2018
Could access to medical cannabis impact the opioid epidemic? This was the topic of the most recent "Making the Connections" series presented by Mayes College in connection with the Substance Use Disorders Institute (SUDI).
- Celebration of Scholarship Honors Donors and Recipients
April 19, 2018
The Office of Alumni Relations hosted the University's annual Celebration of Scholarship with a breakfast reception.
- 2018 USciences Graduate Fellows Celebrated
April 11, 2018
Graduate students and their advisors celebrated the students' academic and research accomplishments at the annual graduate fellows reception on April 9, 2018.
- Research Day Emphasizes Student Research on Topics from Breast Cancer to PTSD
April 11, 2018
More than 240 student researchers and their faculty advisors presented novel research being conducted throughout the University's four colleges during the 16th Annual Research Day on Thursday, April 5, 2018.
- Mentorship in USciences' Lab Helps High School Student Advance Research
April 05, 2018
With the guidance of Dr. Heindl, Zhong was able to advance her hypothesis and explore how the bacteriophage viruses can communicate with each other.
- New Look for Online Bulletin
April 04, 2018
The print edition of the latest The Bulletin is now online in a new format that is desktop and mobile friendly.
- Undergraduate Research Festival Celebrates Student Scholarship
March 23, 2018
The Undergraduate Research Festival sponsored by the Center for Undergraduate Research (CUR) celebrated the breadth of research projects being conducted by undergraduate students and their faculty mentors in a variety of labs and classrooms across campus. The three-day event formally began with ribbon cutting ceremonies by President Dr. Paul Katz.