Abdulaziz Mohammed, PharmD, and Alaa Bagalagel, PharmD, are the first individuals to complete the two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in PharmacoEconomic Research. A celebration reception/luncheon was held recently to honor Mohammed and Bagalagel with faculty, preceptors, mentors, family and friends in attendance. Both men presented gifts to Mike Katz, PharmD, clinical associate professor and director of international programs, who initiated the postdoctoral program with King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia, and to Ivo Abraham, the director of the Center for Health Outcomes and PharmacoEconomic Research.
Amelia Duke, Class of 2014, is the author of “Tradition and Innovation: 47th Annual Southwestern Clinical Pharmacy Seminar,” published in the Spring 2014 issueof Arizona Journal of Pharmacy.
Kaitlyn Skulkan, Class of 2016, won an iPad Air from the American Pharmacists Association recently. She was entered into a chance to win when she signed up for the APhA’s Pharmacists Provide Care campaign. The campaign is an effort to achieve “provider status,” which will recognize pharmacists as valued members of the healthcare team under U.S. federal law.