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Dr. Rennolds Ostrom Appointed as Faculty Fellow

February 7, 2019 by | Pharmacy News

Dr. Rennolds Ostrom, Professor of Pharmacology in the School of Pharmacy, will be the Faculty Fellow effective June 1, 2019. Professor Ostrom joined Chapman in 2016 after spending 13 years at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. He has developed an impressive research program focused on understanding how cAMP signaling compartments are formed and

NIH APPE Rotation and Me

February 6, 2019 by | Pharmacy News

Sarah Paik – Class of 2019 Student Pharmacist is currently in Maryland for her APPE elective rotation with the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) which is a branch within the NIH and shares her experience. “It has been pretty exciting (and very cold)! The government shutdown did make the first few weeks a little slow, but things

Chapman University School of Pharmacy Pre-Pharmacy Open House

February 4, 2019 by | Pharmacy News

On February 2, 2019, Chapman University School of Pharmacy hosted over 100 guests at a Pre-Pharmacy Open House where high school students and their families learned about our 2+3 PharmD degree program.  Students attended several sessions taught by our faculty in our unique classrooms at the Rinker Health Science campus.  They worked with chemistry model

Two CUSP faculty on the APhA-APPM Special Interest Group Ballot

January 24, 2019 by | Pharmacy News

  Drs. Laressa Bethishou and Jelena Lewis will appear on the 2019 American Pharmacists Association  (APhA) Academy of Pharmacy Practice & Management (APhA-APPM) election slate for the 2019 APhA Elections for their respective Special Interest Groups (SIGs). The APhA–APPM SIGs are member-driven groups focused on key areas of interest.  Each faculty seeks election as SIG

FDA APPE Rotation and Me

January 23, 2019 by | Pharmacy News

Priya PatelClass of 2019 student pharmacist completed a rotation with the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Nov. 2018 and shares her views on the experience. What interested you in pursing an APPE rotation with the Food and Drug Administration? I have always had a strong interest in the pharmaceutical industry and was

Class of 2019 Student Pharmacist Fukunaga named a 2018 CSHP Student Leadership Award Recipient

November 14, 2018 by | Pharmacy News

Stephanie Fukunaga, PharmD candidate, was one of 12students who received a 2018 Student Leadership Award from the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists at the Seminar 2018 meeting held in San Diego last month. The CSHP Student Leadership Award recognizes pharmacy students’ involvement in and contributions to CSHP and the profession of pharmacy. ”Stephanie contributed tremendously to

PharmD Capstone Team Advocates for Drug Disposal Guidelines Safe Disposal of Hazardous Drugs is a Community Health Issue

April 20, 2017 by | Pharmacy News

Caring for a loved one diagnosed with cancer is not easy.  During their treatment and when they pass on, what are the steps for family members or caregivers in handling the toxic anti-cancer medications and containers that remain? “There are no standardized guidelines for the home setting, and that’s a problem,” says Dr. Siu Fun

Pharmacy Law, SB493, Continues To Be Delayed In The Midst Of Regulatory Debates Chapman University School of Pharmacy professor's weigh in on why its taken the law so long to come to fruition, and what it means for the profession.

March 23, 2016 by | Pharmacy News

A law was passed in 2013 to allow pharmacists at locations like CVS and Rite Aid to initiate therapy and dispense birth control medications WITHOUT patients first seeing a physician or other healthcare provider. The law aims to make it easier for women to get hormonal contraceptives. That 2013 law was supposed to have been