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Albany College of Pharmacy Researcher Receives $368,445 Grant from the National Institutes of Health
Date:6/26/2008

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The Pharmaceutical Research Institute at ACP is dedicated to cutting-edge research, pharmaceutical services and education. PRI's drug discovery efforts focus on angiogenesis, thrombosis and vascular disorders. The Institute is also playing a leading role in the development of nanopharmaceutical technology.

The entire research project is being funded with federal money.

About Albany College of Pharmacy

Founded in 1881, Albany College of Pharmacy is a private, independent institution dedicated to the improvement of health. The College has educational programs and research activities spanning the full spectrum of pharmacy and health sciences - from drug discovery and development to patient counseling and health care to studying health outcomes. More than 1,400 ACP students are pursuing a wide range of career pathways in the health care field through degree programs in pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, biomedical technology and health and human sciences.


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