On the afternoon of April 8, the PharmD Class of 2017 took one step closer to becoming fully fledged pharmacists: for the first time, they formally donned the longer white coats that symbolize their profession.
COP in the News keeps you up to date on stories about the College of Pharmacy in the media.The list below cites a story in the news, the COP person or organization mentioned in the story and a link to the story as it appeared in one or more media outlets.
Donna Zhang, PhD, professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, is the principal investigator on two new R01 grants from the National Institutes of Health which will provide more than $3,000,000 in funding for her research.
Priya Muralidharan, PhD student in the Pharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics track of the College of Pharmacy graduate program, made the image that was selected for the inside front cover of the June 1, 2016, issue of Molecular Systems and Design Engineering, a journal of one of the world's leading research publishers in chemistry, the Royal Society of Chemistry.
UA Human Resources is making changes to streamline operations in an effort to improve internal processes and better serve UA employees.
Lead development officer for COP named
Throughout this academic year, the Bulletin will include stories about efforts by COP employees and students to implement the college’s expansion of its PharmD program to the Phoenix Biomedical Campus and generally increase its presence there.
The long and winding road
The COP Patient Education Council (PEC) planned student pharmacist participation in numerous health fairs and other events where students screened hundreds of patients this past year.
Through PEC activities in the 2015-2016 academic year, PharmD students volunteered to participate in the following community events:
The following pharmacists have started College of Pharmacy 2016-2017 residency programs. The list is organized by location.
Banner - University Medical Center Tucson
PGY1 - Pharmacy
Sumaiah Alarfaj, Abeer Alsamari, Lauren Fruhling, Alyssa Hinchman, Michelle LaFever, George Nawas, Felicia Wong
PGY2 - Health System Pharmacy Administration
PGY2 - Critical Care Pharmacy
PGY2- Nutrition Support Pharmacy
During the 2016 American Association of College of Pharmacy Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California, the UA College of Pharmacy received the Lawrence C. Weaver Transformative Community Service Award. The meeting took place from July 23 to 27 and the award was presented on July 24.