Pharmacy

  • Congratulations to our Hawk family on their recent accomplishments!

    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.

    Ms. Mfon Ekanem was selected to participate in the US Air Force Commissioned Officer Program.

    Ms. Shoghag Aktavoukian obtained a 2-year multidisciplinary fellowship with Novo Nordisk.

    Ms. Phuong 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.



    Congratulations Dr. Wang!

    Dr. Peter Wang recently had a manuscript accepted for publication in Nature Communications.  The title of the manuscript is “Alternative Splicing Promotes Tumor Aggressiveness and Drug Resistance in African American Prostate Cancer.”  

    Also, Dr. Wang, along with faculty at The George Washington University, received a patent for their research in prostate cancer.  Their invention relates to novel splicing variants of a number of genes associated with prostate cancer risk and survival, and also the risk assessment, detection, diagnosis, or prognosis of prostate cancer.  The research for their invention was supported in part by the American Cancer Society.