CPPS in the News
Stories from around the web featuring WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
COVID-19 cases have quadrupled in Whitman County in just 2 weeks
The Washington State University mobile health care unit was in Pullman starting September 2 with pharmacy student and other WSU Health Sciences volunteers onboard and ready to help test Pullman WSU students for COVID-19.
Upbringing influences student regent’s leadership
Fourth-year pharmacy student and WSU student regent Arliegh Cayanan attributes his community-centered leadership style to his Hawaiian upbringing. He hopes to bring this “spirit of Aloha” to his new role as regent.
Yakima Pharmacotherapy faculty Damianne Brand-Eubanks and Angela Stewart joined alum Glen Chase in compounding, bottling, and labeling 40 liters of hand sanitizer for use at Comprehensive Healthcare in Yakima.
Intermittent fasting: A time to eat, a time to fast
WSU Pharmacotherapy Chair John White shares his insights on how intermittent fasting could impact those living with diabetes.
Puzzles, games, and new activities can keep your brain healthy. Plus, they’re fun!
Games aren’t just fun, they may help students learn new concepts and retain information. Learn more about the wonders of games and how one of our academic fellows, Boris Zhang, engages students in their education by incorporating games into the PharmD curriculum.
CPPS faculty member recognized by provost
Pharmacotherapy Clinical Associate Professor Julie Akers was named the Provost’s Featured Faculty Member at the WSU vs. Oregon State football game on Saturday, November 23.
Surprising, unhealthy ingredients found in vape juices
One ingredient in e-juices is called, Propylene Glycol, it’s also found in things like your lotions, shampoos and even anti-freeze. WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences’ doctors Lazarus and Denton shared expertise from their research into cancer prevention and how people metabolize tobacco.
Steve Gleason Institute for Neuroscience featured at symposium
Three inaugural fellows who will play a pivotal role in researching new treatments for ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases were announced, including Pharmaceutical Sciences Assistant Professor Travis Denton.