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Women in Leadership: Dr. Emmanuelle Schwartzman

March 21, 2023 by | Pharmacy School

If there’s anyone who can give Wonder Woman a run for her money, it’s Dr. Emmanuelle Schwartzman. While serving as the Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP), Dr. Shwartzman also serves as Immediate-Past President for the Rho Chi National Honor Society and is an active member in

Walgreens Donates Thousands in Support of CUSP Diversity Initiatives

March 1, 2023 by | Pharmacy

Chapman University School of Pharmacy is thrilled to share that we have been awarded the Walgreens Diversity Donation for the upcoming academic year. The award is a testament to both CUSP’s and Walgreens’ commitment to advancing diversity and inclusivity. The donation, totaling $8,000, will allow CUSP to enhance the diversity initiatives for our student pharmacists

Dr. Enrique Seoane-Vazquez Contributes to JAMA Internal Medicine Journal, Finds US Pays High Cost for Drugs Not Recommended in Other Countries

February 14, 2023 by | Pharmacy News

Dr. Enrique Seoane-Vazquez has published a new study in JAMA Internal Medicine that examined why some new drugs approved in the US have not been approved or recommended for reimbursement in other countries, and how costly these drugs are, alongside Dr. Catherine Pham, former Chapman University School of Pharmacy/Kaiser Permanente Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy Fellow,

National Eye Institute Awards Dr. Ajay Sharma for Ocular Research

February 14, 2023 by | Pharmacy News

Dr. Ajay Sharma has been awarded a $1.71 million grant from the National Eye Institute (NEI) for a five-year research project to investigate the pathology of ocular Graft versus Host Disease (oGVHD). Dr. Sharma’s research will investigate the role of a specific type of immune cells called “macrophages” in oGVHD. About half of the oGVHD patients

“Healthcare Collaboration of the Year” Awarded to Chapman Program

January 27, 2023 by | Pharmacy

The Greater Irvine Chamber has awarded Chapman/SCAN/Providence PGY-1 Managed Care Residency program the Healthcare Collaboration of the Year Award at the Excellence in Healthcare Gala on January 26, 2023. Dr. Jelena Lewis, Director of Residency and Fellowship Programs at CUSP, accepted the award alongside Dr. Tri Tran from SCAN Health Plan and Dr. Caroline Vovan

On the CUSP: December 2022

January 6, 2023 by | Pharmacy News

The last month of 2022 brought on significant accomplishments to an already remarkable year for the Chapman University School of Pharmacy. In December, both students and faculty represented at the largest gathering of pharmacy professionals in the world, Dr. Amy Kang was named an ACCP Junior Investigator, and CUSP researchers authored articles on diverse topics

ASHP 2022: What happened in Vegas isn’t staying in Vegas

December 13, 2022 by | Pharmacy News

Every year, pharmacy schools from across the nation gather at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition for educational programming, national posters, and presentations, and to be a part of one of the largest pharmaceutical conferences in the world. Chapman Pharmacy faculty and students triumphed (yet again) in all aspects

R03 Grant Recipient Dr. Sherif Elshahawi

December 7, 2022 by | Pharmacy News

Dr. Sherif Elshahawi has been declared a recipient of the R03 grant from NIH (National Institutes of Health) to continue his work inventing antibiotics that inhibit resistant bacteria to “last resort” antibiotics. Dr. Elshahawi received $138,000 from the NIAID (Award # 1R03AI168826-01A1) for his proposal titled “Mechanisms and In Vivo Activity of a Next Generation

On the CUSP: November 2022

December 1, 2022 by | Pharmacy News

That’s a wrap on November 2022! Chapman Pharmacy had an exceptionally busy month, including receiving the NIH R03 Grant and extensive participation in the California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP) 2022 Seminar. Grants Dr. Sherif Elshahawi became the recipient of the NIH R03 Grant (Award # 1R03AI168826-01A1) with a total amount of $138,000 from the

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