The one-year grant will provide research funding for Cicali and cover a portion of his travel expenses to attend the Brisbane 2023 FIP World Congress in Australia.
The award honors the late Hartmut Derendorf, Ph.D., who left an indelible mark on the pharmaceutical sciences and the UF College of Pharmacy.
UF College of Pharmacy researchers identified two small molecules that inhibit precancerous cell progression in pancreatic cancer.
Greenberg is one of only three junior scientists, including graduate students, nationally selected to receive the 2022 AAPS Best Poster Award.
Erwin is a second-year graduate student in the department of pharmaceutics.
The model will help regulators, as well as the pharmaceutical industry, evaluate the best- and worst-case scenarios when hormonal contraceptives are prescribed with new drug candidates.
Greenberg will be responsible for developing the program, securing funding and planning the next Gordon Research Seminar for graduate students in July 2024.
Schmidt was one of 14 UF College of Pharmacy faculty to earn promotion and/or tenure on July 1.
The UF College of Pharmacy secured a record $32.3 million in research funding last year.
The study will employ artificial intelligence tools to accelerate the analysis of pancreas imaging and provide insights into a better understanding of the heterogeneity of pancreatic islets.