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On the centenary of Armistice Day, we remember some of our students who served
After popular pharmacy student Mathew Peck died while travelling, a scholarship was established in his name
Professor Jennifer Martin has been made a Companion of the Order of Australia
The faculty is nearly doubling the time pharmacy students spend on placement
Welcome to the 32nd edition of Alchemy, our opportunity to celebrate some of the wonderful contributions our alumni are making to communities across the world.
On the centenary of Armistice Day, we remember some of our students who served.
The Faculty launches a program of remembrance and reflects on the forces that shaped our profession.
As the practice of pharmacy struggled to establish itself on the battlefield, back home opportunities for some emerged from the ashes of the war.
While battles raged, the profession was engaged in its own war of wills over its standing within both the military
While WW1 ended tragically for many, some survived and even thrived. Colin Hall Simpson, founder of AMCAL, was one of them.
New research infrastructure, grants, awards, and a PSA Pharmacist of the Year
After popular pharmacy student Mathew Peck died while travelling, a scholarship was established in his name. Here, some of its recipients reflect on what it has meant to them.
Progress on Alzheimer's, GPCRs give up more of their secrets and Professor Jonathan Baell puts cancer cells to sleep.
Professor Jennifer Martin’s professional road has taken her from the Parkville campus all the way to the “wonderful, amazing honour” of being made a Companion of the Order of Australia.
Professor Tina Brock talks about the program's enhanced focus on work integrated learning.
Associate Professor Michelle McIntosh discusses how placements help create more employable graduates.
Longtime faculty staff Dr Dan Malone and Dr Jen Short step into new roles to strengthen our education programs.
The faculty is nearly doubling the time pharmacy students spend on placement. WE speak with the man charged with making it happen.
An update from Project Pharmacist Director John Jackson.
The curtain has come down on the Victorian auto industry, but former workers are finding opportunities in the booming pharmaceuticals and medical technology sector.
A selection of photos from Dean Bill Charman’s visit to historically significant sites
Catch up on your contemporaries.
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