School of Pharmacy students host a slate of distinguished guests, faculty and students from across the university at the School’s annual Legislative Day.
Gless first became fascinated with the daunting challenges of healthcare while serving as a medic in the Army Reserve.
Dr. Steven Chen met Mike Metcalfe following an 8-day diabetic coma. He was in bad shape on all counts – especially his health. Pharmacist Chen had the right prescription for Mike, who today is healthy and thriving – with a home, a job and his own garden.
“Through his practice, research and teaching, Glen Stimmel has had remarkable impact on the development of psychiatric pharmacy.” -Barbara Wells, President of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists Foundation
The distinction honors Brinton’s research focusing on how the brain develops Alzheimer’s and on translating the resulting discoveries into therapeutics to prevent, delay and treat the disease.
Pharmacy students Irene Chen and Chioma Nwozuzu are on a mission to educate high school students about health disparities and careers and to show them how they can make a difference.
A Doctor of Pharmacy degree opens doors to a wide range of careers. Students interested in industry can get a headstart by taking the “Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization” elective, culminating with the presentation of a plan to launch a new drug.
At the 108th School of Pharmacy Commencement, 182 Doctor of Pharmacy, 13 Doctor of Philosophy, 5 Doctor of Regulatory Science and 52 Master of Science degrees were awarded during the May 15th ceremony held on the Health Sciences Campus Quad before an audience of nearly 1,500.
The funded projects address diabetes, infectious diseases, jaundice and a systemized approach for standardizing laboratory equipment to ensure the quality of research results generated at the School.
Experts weigh in on the implementation of SB 493—the landmark legislation that gives pharmacists provider status.