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Fawzy Elbarbry
The National Institute of Health has awarded Pharmacy Professor Fawzy Elbarbry $365,966 for a three-year study as part of its “Support for Research Excellence” program. His study, which will involve student researchers, will examine alternate ways to treat hypertension.
Congratulations to all of School of Pharmacy faculty and staff for their July 2022 accomplishments.  
Pacific students in the Pharmacy Lab
Optometry and pharmacy — two of Pacific's specialties — are among the Top Jobs for 2022.
Marketa Marvanova
Dr. Marvanova previously served as dean and professor of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the University of Montana. Between July 2020 and September 2021, she also served as acting dean of the College of Health, overseeing five other accredited health profession schools.
The School of Pharmacy recognized the Class of 2022 at the Graduation and Awards Ceremony on Thursday, May 16th.  The official hooding took place on Saturday, May 18th at the Forest Grove Campus.  We wish our grads all the best and couldn’t be prouder! 
School of Pharmacy faculty and students at the OSHP annual meeting
Many of School of Pharmacy faculty had promotions during this academic year. Several of our students were successful in presenting posters at annual meetings, with some winning scholarships. Congratulations to all of our faculty and students for a very successful year! 
For the Class of 2024, gone are the days of block exams and pass/fail grading. The fall 2021 semester launched the start of the new curriculum at Pacific University School of Pharmacy. With the new curriculum students are enrolled in 6-7 individual classes that are coordinated among faculty to integrate concepts. 
School of Pharmacy students at APhA annual meeting
In March 2022, Pacific University School of Pharmacy had great student representation at this year’s American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Annual Meeting and Exposition in San Antonio, Texas. It was the first in-person professional pharmacy conference many students had been able to attend since starting pharmacy school.
For Pacific University School of Pharmacy preceptors and those who might consider themselves a potential preceptor, this academic year our Experiential Office went through a complete technology update. We are no longer using E*Value and have switched over to CORE-Experiential Learning Management System.
As an Alumni or friend of Pacific University School of Pharmacy are you looking for a way to be involved with our program? One of the positive outcomes from the Pandemic was virtual offerings for volunteer events.  This means you can still get involved even if you are not located in Hillsboro or the surrounding area!  

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