Self-described as someone with a passionate mind, Adaeze “Ada” Anthony-Wise didn’t foresee herself pursuing pharmacy in high school. Even though she had fantastic grades, high levels of extracurricular involvement, and was well-liked by her teachers, she was “quite disillusioned by the idea of having to sort out my career at the age of 17.” In
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
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 coordinator-elect.
Dean Ron Jordan says Chapman University’s work in planning Orange County’s first school of pharmacy was based on a number of optimistic views about future opportunities for pharmacists that came from operating a program in Rhode Island and seeing what was happening with those grads. “We never had a problem with
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
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