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The CTM team has grown from 15 people in January 2016, when the group first came to UM, to nearly 50 employees now, including students, staff and faculty. And there are plans for further growth going forward.
1 March 2021
“I never would have thought in 100 years that a global pandemic would hit while I was in school,” Travis Schweer, a third-year PharmD student, said. "It gives new meaning to hands-on training.” PharmD students vaccinated over 800 community members in one day.
8 February 2021
“I’m absolutely happy as hell,” said 73- year-old Brent Greenwell who was one of the last people to receive the Pfizer vaccine at the event where over 400 people were immunized.
31 January 2021
“This is a tremendous undertaking – delivering vaccines to tens of thousands in Missoula County over the coming months – and we’re all working together,” said Kenneth Chatriand, manager of the UM Pharmacy and coordinator of community advanced student pharmacy practice.
27 January 2021
“We’ve had very few no shows,” said Katelyn Michell, a fourth-year Pharm. D. student serving as the vaccination check-in coordinator. “This is the first time I’ve seen people actually excited to get a shot.”
10 January 2021
Rachael Zins, assistant professor of pharmacy, said she never imagined she’d teach in a pandemic or that her students would have the hands-on experience of administering a vaccine in a modern public health crisis.
8 January 2021
“Students usually select the profession of pharmacy because pharmacists make a difference in patients’ lives,” said Marketa Marvanova, Dean of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Acting Dean of the College of Health.
30 December 2020
“Drug addiction is an ongoing concern to the state, where roughly half of all deaths from drug overdoses are due to opioids. The development of an adjuvant vaccine for treatment of opioid addiction is key to overcoming a major health issue for the state.”
23 December 2020
“It looks like there is strong evidence of increased susceptibility to respiratory infections after a significant smoke exposure like they had in Seeley,” says UM immunologist Chris Migliaccio.
22 December 2020
University of Montana scientist Monica Serban is on a research roll. In recent months the UM associate professor and her team have earned three awards totaling $3.9 million in funding.
5 October 2020