Posts Tagged Kevin Sneed

USF Health Briefs | Episode 7 with Dr. Kevin Sneed

USF Health Dean of the Taneja College of Pharmacy Dr. Kevin Sneed discusses the role pharmacists play in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Sneed stresses how pharmacists […]

USF Health hosts Nanotechnology conference

  USF recently held a big meeting about exploring the very small. In November, the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy hosted the 12th annual NanoFlorida International Conference on […]

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USF Health Faculty Participates in IPE Poverty Simulation

Health care is not defined solely by what happens in the emergency room or the doctor’s office. Patients bring with them their illnesses and their chronic conditions, but they also […]

Workshop connects community and researchers, with aim to enroll more minorities in clinical trials

USF researchers and clinicians heard valuable ideas for connecting with community groups and recruiting more minorities for clinical trials when they attended a community advocacy workshop earlier this […]

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Pharmacy students use AR/VR to study impact of prescription drugs on our main organs

First-year students put on simulation goggles to see how certain drugs interact in the body Virtual (VR) and augmented (AR) realities are transforming the way pharmacology students learn […]

USF Pharmacy announces initiatives to advance innovation and technology in learning and discovery

The Healthcare Imaginarium for Exponential Technologies, or HIETs™ is the brainchild of visionary College of Pharmacy Dean Kevin Sneed TAMPA, Fla. (Feb. 22, 2018) — USF Health’s Pharmacy […]

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USF Health responds to opioid epidemic

Deaths from drug overdose last year escalated to an all-time high of more than 63,000 nationwide – killing more Americans than car accidents. These deaths were largely driven […]

Tackling medicine’s biggest problems by thinking very small

USF’s Master’s in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology program celebrating its first graduating class As the technology of medicine and drug development and delivery continues to shrink down to the nanoscale, […]

USF Health’s new leadership board to strengthen interprofessional clinical collaboration

The USF Physicians Group has a new governance structure, called USF Health Care, to better reflect a faculty practice group incorporating professionals from across health care disciplines, including […]

USF Health leaders join dialogue on how to help underrepresented scholars advance academic careers

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections regional conference hosted by USF Investing in young scholars who are underrepresented minorities (URM) is not only important for society and academia […]