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November 2018 Edition (Archives)

Amarillo Researcher Receives $2.9 Million NIH Grant

As a researcher, Vardan Karamyan, Ph.D., an associate professor for the School of Pharmacy in Amarillo, is motivated by many factors, including a desire to contribute to the world’s collective knowledge database about treating strokes. MORE»

Vardan Karamyan


TTUHSC Employee Helps Arizona Family Recover From Accident

During the summer past, Julie Castle’s willingness to “help anyone" extended beyond the buildings, clinics and people at TTUHSC and proved to be just what the doctor ordered for an Arizona family. MORE»

Steven & Amanda Green and their dog


New Fleet Vehicle Available on Amarillo Campus

The Amarillo campus's new fleet vehicle is a 2019 Chevy Traverse. The charge is $40 per day plus the cost of the fuel used. Contact General Services early to make sure you are on TTUHSC's approved drivers list. MORE»

TTUHSC Chevy Traverse


TPPC Wraps Up Fall Medication Cleanout Cycle

The Texas Panhandle Poison Center (TPPC) launched its 2018 Fall Medication Cleanout cycle Sept. 29 at the TTUHSC Amarillo campus.Since starting the program in 2009, TPPC has conducted 59 Medication Cleanout events and collected more than 45,200 pounds of medications and 2,986.5 pounds of sharps for incineration. MORE»

Medication Cleanout


A Penny War, Health Fairs and Reading Books

From waging beneficial battles over spare change to encouraging area youngsters to read, it’s been a busy fall for School of Pharmacy student organizations at the TTUHSC-Amarillo campus. MORE»

TTUHSC Penny War 


Raider E.L.F. Getting Ready for Holiday Season

The Raider Employee Love Fund (Raider E.L.F.) is a not-for-profit organization created to assist TTUHSC employees who may be going through a difficult financial situation, especially during the holiday season. Its annual Raider E.L.F Nacho Pile-On luncheon is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 16 in the School of Pharmacy Auditorium. MORE»

ELF Chili Luncheon


Grad Students Receive Awards, Scholarships, Speaking Oportunities

A group of students from the School of Pharmacy’s Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences (GPPS) recently have received awards, earned scholarships and been invited to make presentations about their research. MORE»

TTUHSC Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences


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