The members of the undergraduate and graduate chapters of the Kappa Psi Fraternity made blankets for Project Linus. Project Linus is a non-profit organization that provides homemade blankets for children in need.
Isis Amaye won several awards at the UMES Regional Research Symposium. Ms. Amaye is a student in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduate Program and her advisor is Dr. Patrice Jackson-Ayotunde.
Dr. Hoai-An Truong was recently recognized as a Fellow of the American Pharmacist Association at their national meeting in San Francisco, CA.
The School of Pharmacy faculty and students attended the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.
Mr. Alexander Accinelli matched with Sinai Hospital of Baltimore in Baltimore, MD to complete a post-graduate residency.
Ms. Raisa El-Kurdi matched with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, NC to complete a post-graduate residency.
Mr. Richard Jiang matched with Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, MD to complete a post-graduate residency.
Ms. Keesha Kline matched with the Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, WV to complete a Critical Care specialty post-graduate residency.
Ekanem was selected to participate in the US Air Force Commissioned Officer
Aktavoukian obtained a 2-year multidisciplinary fellowship with Novo Nordisk.
Loung was accepted into an Indian Health Service residency program.
Mr. Andrew Lee matched with the VA Roseburg Healthcare System in Roseburg, OR to complete a post-graduate residency.
Ms. Shannon Riggins matched with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, NC to complete a Community Pharmacy post-graduate residency.
Mr. Michael Smith matched with Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, MD to complete a post-graduate residency.
Dr. Purnell recently published an article on the "Frequency of Phone App Use for Drug Information AMong Pharmacy Students." Click here to read the article
Dr. Gladwell recently published an article on "Ten Pitfalls to avoid when Evaluating the Primary Literature." Click here to read the article
Dr. Jackson-Ayotunde co-authored stories about African American Pharmaceutical Scientists for the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Blog. Click here to read the blog entry
Dr. Geoff Twigg along with Sara El-Baff(Pharm.D. candidate) published an article in Innovations in Pharmacy on "Interprofessional approach to Increase Billable Care-Events in Rural Community." Click here to read the article
Dr. Freeman published an Op-ed in the Baltimore Sun on Medicare Privatization. Click here to read the article.
Dr. Kharel had an article published in The Atlantic. Click here for a brief synopsis of the article.
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