Read recent news stories about the Cedarville University Center for Pharmacy Innovation:
New Cedarville Initiative Moving the Needle on Collaborative Health Care
Dayton Business Journal highlights an interview with Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, Justin Cole to discuss new pharmacy laws, entrepreneurship, and "disruptive innovation."
Center for Pharmacy Innovation Discusses OPA Partnership
Dean Sweeney, Dr. Cole, and Dr. Ernie Boyd of OPA discuss pharmacy practice, education, innovation, and the recent agreement with OPA.
Partnership Will Explore New Horizons for Pharmacists and Patients
The agreement will support the work of the Ohio Pharmacists Association and Cedarville's Center for Pharmacy Innovation.
School of Pharmacy Fighting Bugs -- the Six-Legged Kind
Analysis is helping determine the effectiveness of organic insect repellant.
Cedarville's Center for Pharmacy Innovation goes online
The School of Pharmacy's new Center for Pharmacy Innovation went live online March 1.
New Center for Pharmacy Innovation seeded by donors
Phyllis and Dave Grauer have committed $250,000 to establish a Center for Pharmacy Innovation at Cedarville.
Cedarville University Lands $250K for Pharmacy Innovation Center
University opens new pharmacy innovation center
Trustees approve new graduate certificate, pharmacy center, and increased scholarships
Trustees make several decisions during fall meetings.
Pharmacy Students Talk Opioids at Youth Summit
Continuing to share the dangers of opioid drug abuse, Cedarville University’s Generation Rx team presented their research on opioids to regional high school student leaders at a Youth Leadership Summit.
Pharmacy Students Present Generation Rx
Professional pharmacy students at Cedarville University have developed a prescription drug abuse presentation called “Generation Rx” that was shared with more than 500 students at a local school.
Pharmacy Students Fight Opioid Epidemic
At a time when the United States is facing a growing opioid epidemic, and Ohio has become one of the most highly affected states with an estimated 200,000 addicts, Cedarville University students are working to make a difference.