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Ph.D. Student Overcomes Pandemic’s Challenges to Seize Success

December 21, 2020

Austin Horton landed a job as a medical writer at Cello Health Communications in Pennsylvania, an opportunity to pair his classroom work with the business acumen he developed.


UToledo Researcher Awarded $2 Million NIH Grant to Develop First-of-its-Kind Drug to Treat Stroke Patients

November 17, 2020

The ongoing research could hold the key to giving survivors of hemorrhagic strokes a better chance for a more complete recovery.


8 Common Medications That May Cause Dehydration

November 16, 2020

Mitchell Howard, PharmD, clinical assistant professor in the UToledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, discusses how drugs for type-2 diabetes may cause a water imbalance. Read: 8 Common Medications That May Cause Dehydration


UToledo to Celebrate Graduates with Virtual Commencement

November 5, 2020

Rocket Nation will gather together virtually on Sunday, Dec. 6 to celebrate the Class of 2020 during an online version of the traditional commencement ceremony.


Experiencing history: UToledo experts provide key insight in election year

October 26, 2020

In a presidential election with far-ranging impacts that include addressing a public health pandemic, curbing an economic recession and the consequences of filling an open seat on the U.S. Supreme Court within days of the election, The University of Toledo is uniquely situated in a key battleground state with expert faculty who are navigating the ...


Is Switching to All-Natural Beauty Products Really Better for Your Skin?

October 16, 2020

Dr. Gabriella Baki, assistant professor of pharmaceutics and director of the Cosmetic Science and Formulation Design Program in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, breaks down what “all-natural” really means and why that label doesn’t automatically signify that a product is safer. Read: Is Switching to All-Natural Beauty Products Really Better for Your Skin?


10 Common Medications That May Cause Weight Gain

October 14, 2020

Mitchell Howard, PharmD, clinical assistant professor in the UToledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, discusses how taking insulin to treat diabetes may promote weight gain. Read: 10 Common Medications That May Cause Weight Gain


Trump’s claims on lowering prescription drug prices are only campaign rhetoric

October 7, 2020

Dr. Varun Vaidya, pharmacoeconomic researcher and associate professor of pharmacy practice at UToledo, said that no action the Trump Administration has taken or proposed has had a measurable impact on drug prices — let alone cut 90 cents off every dollar of spending. Read: Trump’s claims on lowering prescription drug prices are only campaign rhetoric


Dialogue on Diversity to Address Role of Black Women in Movements Toward Equity

August 5, 2020

The University of Toledo invites the public to join the “Sister Circle: Resistance and Resilience, Then and Now” Thursday, Aug. 6, at 5:30 p.m. The virtual event is part of UToledo's Dialogues on Diversity series.


Staff Members’ Poetry in Spotlight in Local Contest

July 7, 2020

Works by three UToledo employees were recognized in the Toledo City Paper’s Ode to the ZIP code 2020 contest.