Alumni News

Lincoln Chin, PhD, a former faculty member and alumnus from the Classes of 1952 (BS) and 1954 (MS), passed away on Saturday, March 9. It was his 95th birthday.

Established by alumnus and National Advisory Board member, John D. Musil, and his family, the endowed chair will expand expertise in drug discovery

Alexandria Lau, PhD ’12, has worked for SC Johnson, the Hershey Company, and now, a winery.

Keith Boesen, PharmD ’02, has accepted a position at Rare Disease Therapeutics Specializing in scorpion and rattlesnake antivenom

Richard Katz is an entrepreneur, a leader in the pharmaceutical industry, and generous donor to the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy.

Jamie R. Torner, UA PharmD' 12, passed away unexpectedly earlier this month. 

Honorary research fellows for the HOPE Center received high-profile recognition for recent work.

Seven states worked to develop a program designed to accelerate team-based care using the pharmacists’ patient care process and collaborative practice agreements.

Faculty, alumni and colleagues celebrated UA leadership in AzPA at the annual convention in Phoenix!

Celebrate the hard work and accomplishments from our most recent group of PharmCat graduates!

UA College of Pharmacy alumni celebrate one year of restaurant opening.

PharmD alumna Crystal Salgado received this award in May 2017 for the contributions that were made through the project Take Charge of Your Health.

The sale of UA startup SinfoníaRx to Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc. has been selected as the 2017 Deal of the Year by the Arizona chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth.

Alumni Update: Dr. Kelley graduated from the College of Pharmacy in 2005. She is featured as a part of a special series examining the growing number of women in pharmacy leadership.

I love coming back to Tucson for games and the new food scene. I have also continued financial support for the Wildcat Forever scholarship after receiving it myself years ago. Additionally, I'm working on multicenter trials with UA COP professors and colleagues with the Banner merge.

The pharmacy profession is one of the most versatile I have come across, which is why it appealed to me during my time as an undergraduate.

Remembering to take care of yourself as a whole person, not just as a student, will, in turn, allow you to take better care of your patients.

I currently work at Thayer Medical Corporation as the Director of Research and Development.

I am passionate that pharmacists can have a huge impact on many aspects of a patient's care from their financial concerns to their overall well-being.

Explore all options and don't be shy to reach out to others in different fields of pharmacy. You never know what you like until you actually do it.