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Dr. Cintia Citterio Receives Endocrine Society Early Investigator Award

February 20, 2024 by | Pharmacy

Dr. Cintia Citterio has been honored with the Endocrine Society Early Investigator Award, awarding her outstanding contributions to hormone-related research. Selected as one of five awardees nationwide, this recognition places her among the top emerging researchers for her role in addressing and advancing our understanding of hormone-related conditions. The Early Investigator Award supports the development

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CUSP Advances in Genetic Editing with CRISPR Technology

February 14, 2024 by | Research

Offering new prospects for medical inventions, Chapman University School of Pharmacy researchers continue to make strides in gene editing. The recent study “Modifying peptide/lipid-associated nucleic acids (PLANAs) for CRISPR/Cas9 ribonucleoprotein delivery” centers around the manipulation of genetic material through the CRISPR technology, a technology that has regained momentum since initial reports in 2005. The authors, including faculty

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Chapman Finds Unexpected Outcome in Pandemic-Related Opiod Challenges

February 9, 2024 by | Research

Dialing in on years 2018-2021, Chapman University faculty have begun to bridge the data gap in understanding data trends on how buprenorphine was prescribed to both insured and uninsured patients in California. Contrary to past findings that relied on data to insured patients, the study “Real-World Dispensing of Buprenorphine in California during Prepandemic and Pandemic

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On the CUSP: January 2024

February 2, 2024 by | Pharmacy

Awards and Recognitions Dr. Ajay Sharma was appointed as Associate Editor for the journal “Ocular Surface” the official journal of the Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society. It is one of the top-ranked journals in ophthalmology with a CiteScore of 10.8 and an impact factor of 6.4. Dr. Neeloufar Fakourfar will serve as President-Elect for

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NAPLEX Pass Rates Reach Second-Highest All-Time Scores

February 1, 2024 by | Pharmacy

CUSP is proud to announce a landmark achievement of its Doctor of Pharmacy Class of 2023, who have achieved historically high scores on the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX). The first-time pass rate for CUSP graduates reached 87.9%, placing CUSP graduates as the second-highest all-time pass rate in California.  These scores are also the

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On the CUSP: December 2023

January 22, 2024 by | Pharmacy

Awards and Recognitions Dr. Sherry Wang was invited to serve on the Review Committee on the “Digital Technologies, Data, and Analytics” theme for the 2024 Annual Research Meeting of AcademyHealth. Dr. Sherry Wang was interviewed by Dr. Moyez Jiwa, Associate Dean and Professor of Health Innovation at the Melbourne Clinical School, University of Notre Dame,

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Mariam Mekhael Selected for AACP and ACT Pharmacy Collaborative Community Pharmacy Student Scholar Program

December 5, 2023 by | Pharmacy

Mariam Mekhael, PharmD candidate ’24, has been selected to participate in the Community Pharmacy Student Scholar Program, a collaborative initiative by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) and the ACT Pharmacy Collaborative. Mariam’s exceptional academic achievements, including her involvement in the Leadership Emphasis Program, made her a standout candidate for this opportunity. The

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On the CUSP: November 2023

December 4, 2023 by | Pharmacy

Quotables (Faculty in the News) Dr. Amy Kang received the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Infectious Diseases Practice Research Network (ID-PRN) New Practitioner Award. The ACCP ID PRN New Practitioner award recognizes a clinician who has demonstrated excellence in infectious diseases pharmacy practice. They must have completed their training within the past 5 years

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From Lab to Publication: The Impact of Student Research at CUSP

November 30, 2023 by | Pharmacy

In balancing excellence in both the classroom and in the lab, Chapman University School of Pharmacy prioritizes opportunities for students to actively engage in research alongside our award-winning faculty. Students in every academic program at Chapman University School of Pharmacy have the opportunity to participate in research and have earned authorship on peer-reviewed scientific publications. The impact of this initiative has been

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Chapman Leads Change in Patient Safety, Launches PSCARE

November 27, 2023 by | Pharmacy

After almost a decades-long history of focusing teaching, research, and practice on the critical importance of patient safety, Chapman University has launched a new center dedicated to the thoughtful and intentional approach of patient safety. Founded on the principles of research, education, and community engagement, the Patient Safety Center for Research and Education (PSCARE) tackles

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