October closed with several excellent publications of Chapman Pharmacists concluding their research findings. Global Cancer Statistics 2022: The Trends Projection Analysis Dr. Keykavous Parang published in the Chemical Biology Letters on the life-saving practice of the theranostic approach to cancer treatments. Medical practitioners utilization of both a therapeutical development approach as well as diagnostic treatments
Five faculty of Chapman University School of Pharmacy have been named as the world’s top 2% of most important scientists across all fields of research. Congratulations to those named! Results have been broken into two separate categories, with some faculty being named to both categories: Chapman Authors Career Impact: Dr. Rennolds S. Ostrom Dr.
Introduction My name is David Salehi. I graduated in 2021 from Chapman University School of Pharmacy in Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences. My undergraduate level was completed at University of California, Davis and I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Chemistry major and Neuroscience minor. I am fortunate to be hired as
Introduction My name is Ryley Hall, and I am from Tacoma, Washington. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Chapman University in 2019 as well as my Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2020. I am currently a Research Associate at Bristol Myers Squibb in Seattle, WA. I work in the Cell
Introduction My name is Kamron Lotfi, and I am from Corona, CA. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from California State University, Fullerton, and Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences degree at Chapman University School of Pharmacy. I am currently an In-House Clinical Research Associate at LabCorp Drug Development. My clinical interest is in oncology.
Azam Saghaeidehkordi, Ph.D. candidate in Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy, is the recipient of Chapman University’s 2021 James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award in the doctoral category. Azam will defend her dissertation entitled “Synthesis, in vitro and in vivo evaluation of two Peptide-Doxorubicin conjugates for Targeting Triple Negative Breast Cancer” and her Ph.D. degree
Left to right: Dr. Nicole Benipayo (’20), Dr. Michael Phan, (’18), and Courntey Wong (PharmD, ’21) In a retrospective cohort study, Dr. Sun Yang (PhD/BPharm), Dr. Michael Phan (PharmD ’18) and Dr. Nicole Benipayo (PharmD ’20) collaborated with a team of oncologists (Rishikesh Chavan, MD amd David Buchbinder, MD) at CHOC Children’s Hospital to evaluate
A recent work by Dr. Ashraf Mohieldin and other investigators at Dr. Surya Nauli’s laboratory from Chapman University School of Pharmacy was recently published in Advanced Science (2020:1903140; https://doi.org/10.1002/advs.201903140) (Impact Factor 15.2) and was featured on the front cover of the issue. Primary cilia (PC) are ubiquitous mechanosensory organelles that protrude from the apical surface of almost all
A project involving Dr. Jelena Lewis, Dr. Albert Bach, alumnus and current CUSP fellow Dr. Tiffany Nguyen (’18), alumni Dr. Hieu Nguyen (’20) and Dr. Michael Tran (’20) was one of the seven winners of the 2020 American Pharmacists Association (APhA) – Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management Presentation Merit (APPM ) Award. The award,
Last April, Chapman University held a virtual Community Impact Forum to share some of its endeavors in supporting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Facilitated by Vice President of Campus Planning and Design Collette Creppell, the forum featured panelists including President Daniele C. Struppa, City of Orange Mayor Mark Murphy, Vice President for Research Tom