USciences Professor Stephen Metraux PhD, director of health policy, penned a blog post for Philly.com about the proposed American Health Care Act and how lawmakers and observers will have to make compromises on both sides of the aisle.
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Dr. Matt Farber was interviewed for the Hagley Museum’s oral history about brewing and the brewing industry in the region. Listen to the full interview or read the outline here.
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T-John Casiello PhB’16 led the Letterkenney Institute of Technology men’s basketball team to Ireland’s Division II college championship and earned MVP honors along the way, South Jersey Sports Digest reported. Casiello, who applied for the Victory Scholarship after playing his senior year at USciences, is studying for his master’s degree...
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Christopher J. Smalley P’76 penned an article for Life Science Leader about the United States Pharmacopeial Convention’s new chapter on hazardous drug handling in healthcare, which will become effective on July 1, 2018
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An innovator who has pushed the evolution of the pharmacy profession, Edgardo A. Mercadante P’79, returned to University of the Sciences in Philadelphia to accept an honorary doctor of science degree during the University’s 196th Founders’ Day Ceremony on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, The Unionville Patch reported.
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USciences women’s basketball beat the team from Bentley in the first round of the NCAA DII Tournament on Friday, Wicked Local Waltham reported. Sophomore guard Alex Thomas and junior guard Sarah Abbonizio combined for 42 points to lead USciences while junior guard Macchi Smith paced Bentley with 21 points, nine...
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On March 11, Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown is working with Steppingstone Scholars Inc. and USciences for the fourth annual Step into College Pre-College Conference on campus, The Philadelphia Tribune reported. The Councilwoman also discussed the event during a live interview on Fox29’s Good Day Philadelphia and again on NBC10. Councilwoman...
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The USciences Women’s Basketball Team won the CACC championship title and will head to the NCAA DII tourney. Women’s Basketball Coach Jackie Hartzell was interviewed on KYW Newsradio this morning as they featured the team’s win in the CACC championship game and the bid to play in the NCAA tournament....
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The Wistar Institute, USciences and many regional academic institutions driving life sciences discoveries, have launched the Philadelphia Research Consortium – a preclinical research network for facilitating easy access to our region’s robust research enterprise. Read the full story in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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USciences Brewing Science Program was profiled in an article in Keystone Edge about brewing programs in Pennsylvania. The article details the success of Brewing Science programs as the craft beer movement has expanded and breweries are looking for an educated and experienced workforce. Read the full story in Keystone Edge.
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