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Andrew Bzowyckyj
Andrew Bzowyckyj, a new member of the Pacific University School of Pharmacy faculty, is hitting the ground running, literally.
Bzowyckyj has been selected by the American Pharmacists Association to receive its Distinguished Achievement Award in Service.
It is my pleasure to share that our Research Fellow, Mehrdad Alavi (PharmD '18, MS '18), received an ASPET Mentoring Network award. Every year, the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) grants the ASPET Mentoring Network award to a select number of postdoctoral scientists/trainees to join the ASPET Mentoring Network program.
One way the School of Pharmacy aims to build interest in its programs is to invite high school students to the Hillsboro Campus for a day. Recently, a science class from Portland's Cleveland High School paid a visit.
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Pacific students and alumni say personal faculty support is what sets Pacific apart. "The opportunities the professors are willing to create for you, and connect with you, are phenomenal," says recent alumna Erin Wilson '05, PharmD '18.
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After earning his doctor of pharmacy from Pacific, Peter Agbo PharmD '09 went on to receive a master of public health and a doctor of medicine degree. Today, he spends most of his time at the hospital where he works. But he's also founded a nonprofit organization and takes fellow healthcare providers back home to West Africa annually to serve those without access to healthcare.
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Celeste Rizzo PharmD ’15 and her husband Mark welcomed their first son, Simeon Baldwin Rizzo, in May 2018.
Please join me in congratulating School of Pharmacy faculty members Fawzy Elbarbry, PhD, RPh, BCPS and Deepa Rao, PhD, on their recent publications of new work.
The Pacific University School of Pharmacy welcomes new members to its faculty, along with post-graduate residents and instructors, in 2017-2018
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Roman completed her undergrad and doctor of pharmacy degrees at the University of Pittsburgh, then worked for five years as a staff hospital pharmacist. She eventually became interested in emergency medicine and went back to complete a residency at Cleveland Clinic Akron General before completing a two-year clinical toxicology fellowship at the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center in Tucson.

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