The Chinese American Pharmacists Student Association (CHAPSA) is a newly founded organization at Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP). The mission of CHAPSA is to foster an environment for student pharmacists to learn about and appreciate the Chinese culture, while promoting the pharmacy profession through health care services and education to the community. We are currently partnering with the Irvine Chinese School to bring a series of health-related seminars to the community. This past Sunday (11/4), CHAPSA members delivered a presentation about Flu/Vaccines to the Irvine Chinese School community. The event was a success and we hope to continue to partner with the Irvine Chinese School for future community outreach events.
Introduction My name is Romina Nabiee. I graduated from Chapman in 2017 with a Master’s of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (MSPS) with focus on oncogenic metabolic pathways. Now I am a PhD student in pharmaceutical sciences with a focus on KSHV Virus Immunology at chapman. When I’m not a mad scientist in training, I’ve
Left to right: Yeji Mowrer, Holly Wilson, Gurjit Sethi, Mohinder Sethi, Dean Ronald Jordan, Laura Gorospe, Mindy Hutchinson, and Bicky Singh Sikhlens and Chapman University School of Pharmacy co-hosted the Inaugural Sikhlens Fundraising Dinner in memory of Jusdeep Sethi in April 2019. Presented by the title sponsors, The Sethi Family and Wells Fargo, the evening