Joint Pharmacy School Alumni Reception at the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA) Meeting

Saturday, March 29, 2014, Orlando, FL

USciences’ Philadelphia College of Pharmacy joined six other Pennsylvania schools of pharmacy in hosting a reception for PPA member alumni. The event, which took place during the American Pharmacists Association meeting at the Hyatt Regency, attracted alumni, faculty, and students who had the opportunity to connect and network while meeting their counterparts from other institutions.

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Left to right: Matt Forman PharmD’16; Terry Pak PharmD’16; Jenny Jin PharmD’14; assistant professor of communication Ken Leibowitz, MA; Deanna Bauerlein PharmD’16; Chintan Patel PharmD’17; Jonny Feathers PharmD’15; Jaydip Patel PharmD’15; Toral Patel PharmD’16; Breanne Meier PharmD’18; Amanda Yu PharmD’16; Princy John PharmD’16; Ashley Krumenacker PharmD’15; Viha Dave PharmD’16; assistant professor of clinical pharmacy Karleen Melody, PharmD; former associate professor of pharmacy Vince Willey P’92, PharmD’99; and assistant professor of pharmacy Brandon Patterson, PhD.  Former American Pharmacists Association—Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) president Mark Angeles PharmD’11 (left) with Daniel Hussar P’62, MS’64, PhD’67.

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