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  • Research at the Faculty of Pharmacy[25 November 2016]

    Research

    Pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists at the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Sydney use creativity and innovation to develop and deliver solutions to Australian and global health challenges. More

  • Discover a pharmacy career with alumna Anne Nguyen[17 November 2016]

    Anne Nguyen

    Anne Nguyen graduated with a Bachelor of Pharmacy in 2008 from the University of Sydney. Since then her career in pharmacy has taken her to various roles and locations - from hospital pharmacy in Sydney to international management roles in the pharmaceutical industry. More

  • Full extent of bias into food industry research remains unknown[4 November 2016]

    Food research

    A new review into bias in industry-sponsored food research has confirmed researchers know little about the full influence of corporate sponsorship or conflict of interest on the results of nutrition studies. More

  • Farewell BBQ for our Class of 2016 graduates [3 November 2016]

    Graduates BBQ

    On Friday 28 October, Sydney University Pharmacy Association (SUPA) hosted a farewell BBQ for graduating Bachelor of Pharmacy and Master of Pharmacy students. More

  • Associate Professor Thomas Balle's research in mental health[10 October 2016]

    thomas balle

    October marks Mental Health Month. With one in five adults having an episode of a mental health illness in any one-year period, reducing the stigma linked to mental health and finding effective treatment options is a national healthy priority in Australia. To learn more, we look at the research Associate Professor Thomas Balle is doing. More

  • A recap of the 2016 Postgraduate Conference [5 October 2016]

    HDR

    From 28 - 30 September, the Faculty of Pharmacy welcomed students and staff to attend its annual 2016 Postgraduate Conference. The Postgraduate Conference is a forum for Higher Degree Research (HDR) students to showcase their research in front of an informed and enthusiastic audience. More

  • Congratulations to pharmacy graduate, Madeline Hills, for competing in the 2016 Rio Olympics [4 October 2016]

    Madeline

    In August, Madeline Hills (nee Heiner), a Bachelor of Pharmacy graduate at the University of Sydney travelled to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil for the 2016 Rio Olympics to represent Australia in the 3000m and 5000m women's steeplechase. More

  • Are nanoparticles too small to be a big problem?[30 September 2016]

    Wojtek

    We caught up with Faculty of Pharmacy senior lecturer and researcher, Dr Wojtek Chrzanowksi, to find out what the impact of nanoparticles are on overall health, and to learn about the research he and his team are doing in this space. More

  • Master of Pharmacy graduates will qualify to administer flu vaccinations[30 September 2016]

    Flu vaccination

    University of Sydney Master of Pharmacy graduates will be the first intern pharmacists in Australia qualified to administer influenza vaccinations, as a result of an agreement between the University and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia. More

  • New gift to help pharmacists build integrity in their practice[30 September 2016]

    Pills

    On what basis is pharmacy policy made, and is it always in the best interest of health consumers? A generous $140,000 gift from a group of prominent Australian pharmacy owners will help University of Sydney researchers pursue this important question. More

  • 5 minutes with Bachelor of Pharmacy alumna, Abbie Lawrie[29 September 2016]

    Abbie

    After graduating in 2009 with first class Honours in Pharmacy, Abbie decided to work in the "business-side" of healthcare because she hoped to work internationally. More

  • 5 minutes with breast cancer researcher, Dr Pegah Varamini [26 September 2016]

    Pegah

    Our internationally-renowned researchers are experts in a broad spectrum of pharmaceutical and clinical sciences. To find out more, we chatted with researcher Dr Pegah Varamini, who focuses her research on breast cancer. More