The study authored by Drs. Almut Winterstein and Amir Sarayani was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal.
The travel grant provides Riaz with a complimentary meeting registration and covers up to $750 in travel expenses.
Dr. Winterstein's presentation begins a little more than one hour into the video recording.
The UF College of Pharmacy’s centennial-year edition of Research Showcase put the spotlight on graduate student and trainee research during an action-packed two days in February.
Researchers in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Safety led a study investigating Parkinson's disease medications and the rate of hallucinations and hospitalizations.
The American Heart Association award is a one-year, $32,000 fellowship.
Seonkyeong Yang, Sebastian Jugl and Shailina Keshwani were awarded Certificates of Outstanding Merit on Nov. 15.
Hartzema was invited to introduce the Japanese translation for his book, the Post-Safety Studies of Medicinal Products: The PASS Book.
A study led by Dr. Steven Smith suggests population-level blood pressure, particularly among racial and ethnic minorities, might have increased following the 2016 presidential election.
Fourteen members of the class of 2022 were officially inducted at the ASEMFL Annual Meeting in Orlando on Nov. 5.