Ghadeer Dawwas, Ph.D., received the “POP Graduate Student Publication Award” and Xinyi “Rose” Jiang, M.S. was honored with the “Leadership Service Award."
Participating in the spring Ph.D. commencement ceremony were Wei Wang, Yan Li and Juan Hincapie-Castillo. Also graduating were M.S. students: Ching-Yu (Jessie) Wang and Fatimah Alyami.
Lo-Ciganic's research team will develop a real-time trajectory tool to identify potentially unsafe concurrent opioid and benzodiazepine use among older adults.
The symposium will host underrepresented minority scholars for several days of networking, science, mentoring and career development.
Li has taken a fellow role in the Office of New Drugs, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the Food and Drug Administration.
AMCP gives the award to a member who has made a significant contribution to managed care pharmacy within five years of graduation.
Dr. Scott Martin Vouri co-authored the study published in the journal Pharmacotherapy.
The model allows scientists to assess complex interactions of large data that can reveal hidden patterns and generate more accurate predictions in clinical settings.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services criteria are used to flag high-risk patients for opioid abuse and overdose.
The distinction comes with a two-year, $104,000 award, which Vouri will use to study a type of drug-induced adverse event called a prescribing cascade in older adults.