USciences Dr. Steve Metraux, who studies homelessness and related topics in the department of Health Policy and Public Health, shared his research into the founding and evolution of Philly’s Skid Row, the area along Vine Street between 6th and 11th streets, in an article for Hidden City Philadelphia.
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USciences Alumna Megan Keglovits MOT’05 was recognized as Outstanding Occupational Therapist of the Year by Peninsula Home Care, Sussex Living reported.
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USciences pharmacy students are hitting the streets to talk to pharmacists about naloxone, the life-saving drug that helps revive users who overdose. The groups of students are answering questions to try to break down barriers to pharmacies stocking and distributing the drug. WHYY followed one of the groups as they...
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USciences was once again named among CEO Magazine's Tier One North American MBA programs. See the full listing from CEO Magazine.
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USciences named among the 20 Best Online Colleges Near New York City by OnlineCollegePlan. From the article: Located just under 100 miles away from New York City is University of the Sciences in the historic city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The university was founded in 1821 as Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,...
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio tabbed USciences alum Mayank Parikh PharmD’13 to speak about the negative health impacts of cigarettes and tobacco products at the City Hall announcement of a bill to increase the tax on cigarettes and other, according to the Staten Island Advance. See Dr. Parikh...
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USciences Alumna Stephanie Noblit was interviewed for a Philly.com article about why she is participating in this weekend’s March For Science. "I just want to go to the march to raise awareness of science," Noblit said. "I’m concerned about the current political climate, that it's become almost a war on...
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USciences Dr. Stephen Metraux was interviewed in a WHYY story about the correlation between HIV and homelessness. "There have been studies in city after city that say that stable housing is more predictive or as predictive as being on medication in determining your health outcomes will be," he said, Homelessness...
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Assistant Professor Madeline King PharmD was also named to the editorial board of Contagion, Yahoo News reported Dr. King was also featured in the magazine's most recent issue, discussing the significance of the findings of her research on Ceftazidime-Avibactam.
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USciences’ Philadelphia College of Pharmacy participated in the Sayre Health Center’s health fair at Sayre High School in West Philadelphia last weekend, the Philadelphia Tribune reported.
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