While the holiday season is a selfless time of year, individuals are encouraged to keep in-tune with their bodies as the festive shopping, baking and cleaning often triggers bodily aches and pains, said Lisa Hoglund, PT, PhD, assistant professor physical therapy at University of the Sciences.
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Princy John PharmD’17 touts a laundry list of accomplishments at University of the Sciences, both as a pharmacy student and leader on campus.
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There are several preventative measures people can take to ensure that gifts are the only thing they are giving—or receiving—in the weeks ahead.
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Two PCP graduates are currently completing pharmacy residencies with the John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
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In just his third-year at University of the Sciences, Bilal Khan BMS’17 is taking graduate and doctorate-level courses, preparing to present his research this spring, and planning to be a co-author on a study that will be published in a science journal.
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Student physical therapists Tara Farnitano DPT’16 and Christine Kettle DPT’16 were selected as the recipients of this year’s Patricia Leahy scholarships based off their impressive academic performance and passion for helping patients in neurological rehabilitation clinical settings.
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With more than a year to go until she completes her doctor of pharmacy degree, Naiya Patel PharmD’17 has already got a dose of various aspects of the pharmaceutical industry.
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As recently as 5 years ago, the cost of Daraprim was about $1 a tablet. The US marketing rights to the drug in the United States were sold by GlaxoSmithKline in 2010, and the rights to the drug have been sold several additional times during the last five years. In the period preceding August 2015 Daraprim was marketed by Impax Laboratories at a cost of $13.50 a tablet.
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Left to right: Moriah Weissman PharmD’09, Dipal Patel PharmD’17, Kaitlyn Harper PharmD’17, Alexander Micale PharmD’16, Joe Roselli PharmD’16, Michael Barnett PharmD’07, and Edward Curtin P’83, RPh. Atlantic City is known for its game of chance. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy was represented by four doctor of pharmacy students who tried their luck in the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA) Self-Care Championship. Kaitlyn Harper PharmD’17, Dipal Patel PharmD’17, Alexander Micale PharmD’16, and Joe Roselli PharmD’16 competed against teams from Temple University, Long Island University, and Fairleigh Dickinson University. Harper is also the student liaison for the PCP NJPhA student group...
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Pharmaceutical scientist Stephanie Chillas PhSci'11 encourages undergraduate students at USciences to use their training and education to make advances in science and healthcare research.
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