I am pleased to share with you that new Pharmacy faculty member Andrew Bzowyckyj has generated a new peer-reviewed article, Public perception of pharmacist-prescribed self-administered non-emergency hormonal contraception: An analysis of online social discourse, published in Research in Social Administrative Pharmacy. This work is in collaboration with associates at Oregon State University.
It is my pleasure to share that Fawzy has struck again! His newest published article, Animal Pharmacokinetic/Pharmacodynamic Studies (APPS) Reporting Guidelines, is an international collaboration on creating guidelines for conducting and publishing PK/PD studies, including animals. Fawzy and Dr. Singh are co-first authors. Please join me in congratulating Fawzy on this accomplishment!
Congratulations to School of Pharmacy faculty member Amber Buhler on the recent publication of three manuscripts.
Congratulations to recent Pharmacy alumna Hayley Heers ('18), Academic and Ambulatory Care Fellow Jennifer Stanislaw ('18), Pharmacy faculty member John Harrelson, and Mike Lee of the University of Texas at Austin.
On Friday, August 10th, 205 pharmacy students and 16 faculty and staff provided more than 600 community service hours in 12 different locations in Hillsboro, Beaverton, and Portland.
Congratulations to School of Pharmacy faculty member Marina Suzuki for her new publication, Genetic Variants Influencing Plasma Renin Activity in Hypertensive Patients From the PEAR Study (Pharmacogenomic Evaluation of Antihypertensive Responses), in Circ Genom Precis Med.
Congratulations to School of Pharmacy faculty member Greg Tallman for his recent publication, Clinical Outcomes of the Oral Suspension versus Delayed-release Tablet Formulations of Posaconazole for Prophylaxis of Invasive Fungal Infections, in the June 2018 issue of Antimicrob Agents Chemother.
The School of Pharmacy was able to generate a one-year Research Fellowship in Pharmaceutical Sciences. This position has been posted to the University's job board, and we will begin the search immediately.
The annual American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy conference in Boston was a successful event for all of us at Pacific University School of Pharmacy. Fifteen faculty and staff attended the conference, and for the first time in our School's history, five students attended.
Congratulations to School of Pharmacy faculty members Dr. Brigg Turner and Dr. Fawzy Elbarbry for their new publication "Prospective evaluation of vancomycin pharmacokinetics in a heterogeneous critically ill population" in Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease.