College of Pharmacy Undergraduate Research Awards

The College of Pharmacy awarded eight 2019/2020 Undergraduate Research Awards this summer. Despite the unique COVID-19-related circumstances that presented many challenges to their research experiences, below are but a few of the…

Recently funded projects

The College of Pharmacy is pleased to be a part of a number of recently funded projects: Hagar Labouta, assistant professor at the College of Pharmacy New Frontiers in Research Fund, Hagar…

New concentration in pharmacoepidemiology

New this year, the College of Pharmacy is pleased to offer an MSc and PhD concentration in pharmacoepidemiology. Pharmacoepidemiology is a discipline of growing interest in Canada and abroad. Numerous health agencies…

Convocation and virtual graduation celebration

The University of Manitoba hosted its first-ever virtual Convocation on June 29, 2020 to honour our graduating students. The ceremonies were streamed live and then available on-demand. The College of Pharmacy was proud…

Welcome, new PharmD students!

The College of Pharmacy was pleased to welcome our Class of 2024 to their first week of orientation starting August 31, 2020. These students began their pharmacy journey as the second class…

Emotional support dogs planned for Bannatyne campus

Staff members Natalie Scofield-Singh and Niki Riches have been successful in receiving a Success through Wellness grant for “PAWS for a Smile!” a project centred on connecting the Bannatyne community with therapy…

Recently funded projects – Spring 2020

The College of Pharmacy is please to be a part of a number of recently funded projects: Dana Turcotte, assistant professor CIHR catalyst grant in the category of patient oriented research –…

Pharmacy Awareness Month (PAM) – March 2020

For pharmacists, March is a month dedicated to awareness of this trusted profession. Due to the global pandemic, this year it was also about resilience, flexibility and creativity. The theme of this…

Recently funded projects – Winter 2020

The College of Pharmacy is pleased to be a part of the following recently funded projects: The progression of brain pericyte alterations in Alzheimer’s disease and aging Jill Stobart – $504,900 CIHR…