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Dean Ron Jordan speaks with Chapman News

May 12, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Founding Dean Ron Jordan sat down with Chapman News to share insights and information about the new School of Pharmacy. “Students will finish in under three years,” Dean Jordan said in explaining the unique benefits of the accelerated 3-year Pharm.D. program.  He also spotlighted the Pre-Pharmacy program which allows students to take prerequisite courses in

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Flipping Pharmacy Education

May 12, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

The Flip It team (Focus on your Learners by Involving them in the Process) of Dr. Rebecca Kammer and Dr. Barbi Honeycutt have been working closely with faculty at Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy (CUSP) to develop a comprehensive flipped curriculum for incoming students this fall. The curriculum is intentionally designed to strategically integrate an

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BIOSIMILARS: Free PharmD CPE Credits

May 12, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) and SafeBiologics are teaming together to offer a FREE PharmD CPE credit program entitled BIOSIMILARS: What Every Pharmacist Needs to Know. Biologic medicines are among the most powerful therapies in use today for patients suffering from cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and other serious conditions. Attempts to mimic the

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Pharmacy School Possibilities in Sunny O.C.

February 5, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Rather than being known for its established pharmacy schools, Orange County has instead captured the hearts of people with its tourist destinations and celebrity sightings. Although this may be what was known in the past, the booming bio-tech industry and growth towards health care professions has  changed the game for sunny Southern California. Orange County is

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Chapman Professor Reports New Treatment Options for Hepatitis C

January 9, 2015 by | Pharmacy News

Chapman University’s Dr. Jerika Lam, Assistant Professor and Clinical Faculty of the School of Pharmacy reports new hope for Hepatitis C patients. The chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is transmitted when blood from an infected person enters the blood of anther person who is not infected.  HCV is a serious major public health problem estimated currently

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How to Become a Pharmacist

January 6, 2015 by Laura Cook | Pharmacy News

If you have never thought about a job in the pharmacy field, it may be about time. But before we start, it may help to ask yourself some key questions about the things you like to do and your personal goals. For example, are you interested in science and math? Do you enjoy working with and

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Chapman Faculty receives funding for Cancer Research

December 23, 2014 by | Pharmacy News

Dr. Marco Bisoffi,  associate professor at the  Chapman University School of Pharmacy  receives funding from DOD ($103,500) to determine whether prostate cancer exosomes generate a field effect leading to tumor multifocality. Results emerging from this work will justify more extended and mechanistic/functional studies in mouse models of prostate cancer in which we will attempt

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CUSP Dean of Research is Co-Author on prestigious “SCIENCE” Journal Paper

December 22, 2014 by | Pharmacy News

  Dr. Keykavous Parang , Professor and Associate Dean of Research at Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) is an internationally respected anti-HIV, anti-Cancer medicinal chemist and biochemist researcher leading CUSP’s research programs. He is now co-author on a paper just published in ” Science ,” one of the most prestigious scientific journal publications in

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Professor Surya Nauli Receives a three-year grant ($983,000) from Department of Defense

September 29, 2014 by | Pharmacy News

A new Chapman University School of Pharmacy (CUSP) professor has been a leader in the study of Cardiovascular disorders that are a prevalent problem in our society. Dr. Nauli’s research studies are designed to provide exciting and original concepts to examine the etiologies of hypertension and vascular disorder (such as aneurysm) with regard to mechanosensory