12/16/2016

Bucks County Local: Bucks County Community College, University of the Sciences sign program-to-program transfer agreement

Officials from Bucks County Community College and the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia have signed a program-to-program agreement to make it easier for community college students who earn an associate degree to complete their bachelor’s degree at USciences, Bucks County Local reported. “This is an important relationship for us,...

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12/15/2016

The News Journal: Got dry skin? Here's how to choose the best lotion

Pharmaceutics instructor Jeff Moore was interviewed by The News Journal for a story about how to protect skin in the cold weather. People typically don't need medicated products to treat dry skin unless it's severe and accompanied by an infection, said Moore. But it does you no good to just...

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12/13/2016

A Q&A on ‘Frank’ Presentations of Autism

USciences’ Ashley de Marchena was interviewed for a Q&A on ‘frank’ presentations of autism posted on the Cornerstone blog from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. De Marchena, a former researcher at the Center for Autism Research(CAR) at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, co-authored a paper published in the October issue of Autism...

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12/12/2016

The Bennington Banner: Paige Gage hired as SVC softball coach

Paige Gage hired as Southern Vermont College softball coach. Gage comes to Southern Vermont from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where she was an assistant coach for the Devils for a short stint. Prior to that, she was a volunteer assistant for her alma mater, Siena College, for...

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12/07/2016

Reading Eagle: A Conversation with Marty Kendra, owner of Bridsboro Pharmacy

Marty Kendra P’78, owner of Bridsboro Pharmacy, was profiled in the Reading Eagle’s Business Weekly, speaking about the changes to the pharmacy profession that he has experienced over the years. Kendra founded ther pharmacy in 1995, which is housed inside Boyer's Food Markets. Kendram has been interested in pharmacy since...

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12/06/2016

Progressive Grocer: Wakefern Names Chris Lane EVP

Chris Lane, a Philadelphia College of Pharmacy alumni, was recently named Executive Vice President of Wakefern Food Corp. Lane came to Wakefern in 2003 as VP of pharmacy and two years later added health and beauty care to his responsibilities. By 2008, he had become VP, grocery, direct store delivery...

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12/05/2016

AOTA: Dr. Paula Kramer named to list of 100 Influential People in Occupational Therapy

Dr. Paula Kramer was named to the American of Occupational Therapy Association's list of 100 Influential People in Occupational Therapy. Dr. Kramer, director of the post professional doctor of occupational therapy program and professor of occupational therapy at USciences, was included on the list because of her role as an...

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12/01/2016

Bucks County Courier Times: State grants will fund sexual assault prevention programs

University of the Sciences was among 36 institutions to receive grant funding as part of Gov. Tom Wolf’s Its on Us PA campaign, which aims to raise awareness, prevention and reporting of sexual violence at schools, colleges and universities, the Bucks County Courier Times reported. "Sexual assault has a corrosive...

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11/29/2016

MercerSpace: West Trenton Pharmacy specializes in personal and professional service

West Trenton Pharmacy owner Joe Schoen with employees Amanda Arlt, left, and Wendy Bausch.(Photo from Mercerspace) Opened in 1958, West Trenton Pharmacy on Bear Tavern Road is a classic neighborhood pharmacy. Pharmacist Joe Schoen, a graduate of USciences, and his staff offer personal and professional service to their customer. Schoen...

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Staten Island Advance: Pharmacists react to Narcan backlash: They're 'on the front line'

Mayank Parikh PharmD’13 was interviewed by the Staten Island Advance about how he and other pharmacists are fighting back against a Narcan backlash. "Pharmacists are on the front line," said Parikh, owner and operator of Super Health Pharmacy, Tottenville, noting that pharmacies all over the country are taking this initiative....

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