• Increasing the opioid dose that a chronic pain patient regularly receives also increases their risk of adverse health outcomes while showing no significant reduction in pain, according to studies by University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) researchers. Brad Martin, Pharm.D., Ph.D., and Corey Hayes, Pharm.D., Ph.D., authored the two studies published separately online this…

  • Choosing a career is sometimes difficult if a student has more than one interest. However, if a student has a passion for both pharmacy and research, pursuing concurrent Pharm.D., and Ph.D. degrees can unite those interests and double them. Amanda Stolarz, Pharm.D., Ph.D., came to that realization early in her study to earn a doctorate…

  • The UAMS College of Pharmacy recently celebrated the promotions of four faculty members: Jacob Painter, Pharm.D., from assistant professor to associate professor with tenure in the Department of Pharmacy Practice. Eddie Dunn, Pharm.D., from associate professor to professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice. Antino Allen, Ph.D., from assistant professor to associate professor in Department…

  • In October, UAMS College of Pharmacy students learned new things about pharmacy practice in one of the world’s oldest cities, Rome. In their fourth year, pharmacy students are required to rotate in ten, one-month blocks through different specialties or clinical settings to gain education and experience about pharmacy practice. On Sept. 30, 10 fourth-year pharmacy…

  • Turning 140 years old means having a lot of history to celebrate. That history is the focus of a new exhibit composed by the UAMS Historical Research Center on display across from the College of Medicine administrative offices on the first floor of the Central Building. Those who researched, curated and installed the display said…