NEWS + ANNOUNCEMENTS

“Catalyzing Anticorruption Efforts in the Pharmaceutical Sector – Collaboration Is Key,” written by guest author Michael Petkov, Program Officer for Transparency International’s Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Programme, appeared in a recent issue of The Global Anticorruption Blog.

Professor Murray Krahn of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment Collaborative (THETA) is a co-author on several chapters of the recently-published Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine, Second Edition.

Recent MSc graduate Dane Bergstrom from Professor Raymond Reilly’s laboratory had his thesis research highlighted on the cover of Nuclear Medicine and Biology, a leading journal in the field of radiopharmaceutical science. 

Professor Jillian Clare Kohler of the University of Toronto’s Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and Associate Professor Taryn Vian from the Boston University School of Public Health are the authors of a recent policy paper commissioned by the World Health Organization.

Adjunct Lecturer Suzanne Singh of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and Mount Sinai’s Academic Family Health Team recently published “Clinical Feature: Preparing for the silver storm,” the cover story on the latest issue of Pharmacy Practice+.

The impact of corruption in the pharmaceutical sector on global healthcare has long been a focus for Professor Jillian Clare Kohler of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy. In the latest issue of International Affairs Forum, Dr. Kohler, the Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Governance, Accountability and Transparency in the Pharmaceutical Sector, and Professor Tim Mackey from the University of California, San Diego, discuss the need for the creation of a multi-stakeholder UN...

As part of its mission to encourage and support leading-edge translational cancer research, the Centre for Pharmaceutical Oncology at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy is proud to announce the recipients of its first graduate student scholarships.

Adjunct Lecturer Suzanne Singh was recently named on the Honour Roll for the Minister’s Medal Honouring Excellence in Health Quality and Safety. Dr. Singh was recognized by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care at the annual Health Quality Transformation conference held in Toronto in October.

The Minister’s Medal is a competitive annual program designed to recognize healthcare providers from Ontario that place the patient at the centre of the circle of care, have...