Read recent news stories about the Cedarville University Center for Pharmacy Innovation:
Dayton Daily interviews two Cedarville professors about the relationship between vaccine hesitancy and misinformation.
Experts Address COVID-19 Vaccine HesitancyNearly 40% of Americans are likely not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. This tendency, labeled vaccine hesitancy, will be the subject of a podcast by Cedarville University’s Center for Pharmacy Innovation (CPI).
Researching Better Energy Drinks
Dayton Daily News covers a partnership between Cedarville University and a startup called CAHV Holdings as they work together to create a low-sugar energy drink.
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 PatientsThe 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 KindAnalysis is helping determine the effectiveness of organic insect repellant.
Cedarville's Center for Pharmacy Innovation goes onlineThe School of Pharmacy's new Center for Pharmacy Innovation went live online March 1.
New Center for Pharmacy Innovation seeded by donorsPhyllis 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