Conversation with Meghan Breckling, Pharm.D., BCACP
Dr. Breckling is an Assistant Professor in the College of Pharmacy. She was recently awarded a $1M grant by the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to create a five-year program aimed at battling opioid overdoses with an Arkansas Naloxone Education Training (ANET) program.
Conversation with Hanna K. Jensen, M.D., Ph.D.
“If there is a doctor on the plane, please make your way towards the bathrooms in the back of the aircraft.” I kicked off my tangled blankets, wiped the drool off my cheek, and climbed over my fiancé to the aisle, gaining more purpose with each step as I strode towards the back of the plane.
Conversation with Riley Lipschitz, M.D.
I never thought I would go into medicine. Both of my parents are physicians, so medicine was a part of my life as a kid. I never thought I would be a doctor. I went to a liberal arts college. I majored in International Relations as an undergraduate. I spoke Chinese and thought one day I would work for the State Department.
Conversation with Dr. Susan Smyth, the College of Medicine’s New Dean and UAMS Executive Vice Chancellor
UAMS welcomed Susan Smyth, M.D., Ph.D., as executive vice chancellor and dean of the College of Medicine on June 1. We sat down with Dr. Smyth for a Q&A to help team members and friends of the College of Medicine get to know this new leader of medicine in Arkansas.
Conversation with Dr. Gina Drobena
Dr. Gina Drobena is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology. An Arkansas native, she is board certified in clinical pathology, transfusion medicine, and lifestyle medicine.
Conversations @ UAMS: Dr. Matt Quick
In college, I got really interested in how we get sick. I thought microbiology was awesome. I thought it was so fascinating that a single-celled organism can take down a human.