Dr. Tyler Bland is a clinical assistant professor of pharmacology at the University of Washington School of Medicine Moscow, ID site. He has an extensive background in medical education, pharmacology, neuroscience, and cancer biology research. The goal of this site is to condense the overwhelming amount of pharmacology material his medical students are required to learn, into single high-yield "money slides." These slides are meant to consolidate entire lectures into a single image. 
If you use any of these images in your own educational material, please cite "BlandPharm​​​​​​​"
If you would like to learn more about Dr. Bland's 
monster-taming educational video game, Medimon, go to
"Enhancing Medical Education: The Impact of CTML-Based Slide Design on Pharmacology Learning Outcomes"
We presented an oral presentation at the IAMSE 2024 conference on how BlandPharm makes medical school pharmacology not suck.
International Association of Medical Sciences (IAMSE) Annual Conference 2024
We presented a poster at the IAMSE 2024 conference. Our "technology and innovation" poster explained how we utilize a suit of generative AI models to convert bland clinical cases into Bland movie cases.
"Multimedia design for learner interest and achievement: a visual guide to pharmacology"
Our first peer-reviewed article shows that BlandPharm can increase pharmacology grades and that students prefer BlandPharm over traditional lecture materials. Full article can be viewed here.
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