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Nanocapsules may offer new treatment for diabetes

Friday 4 August 2017

Dr Hani Al-Salami is investigating how nanocapsules can potentially offer new treatments to cure diabetes.


Convenience drives popularity of pharmacy vaccines

Curtin researchers have evaluated the uptake of pharmacist-administered flu vaccinations in WA, finding a safe option for the public and also popular due to their accessibility.

Pharmacist of the Year calls for opioid treatment to be fully subsidised

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Noel Fosbery says that the Australian Government should fully subsidise pharmacotherapy for recovering drug addicts so that more people can afford to access treatment.

Student wins Western Australian Pharmacy Student of the Year award

Second year Master of Pharmacy student Shanae Hancey has won the Western Australian Pharmacy Student of the Year Award, which was announced by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.

Curtin alumni scoop the Pharmacy Excellence Awards

L-R: Joseph Foster, Teresa Di Franco, Noel Fosbery and Jeffery Leach. Photo: Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.
Curtin graduates won all categories of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia WA Excellence Awards.