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Pharmacy Students
School of Pharmacy faculty and students had a great experience at the Experimental Biology 2018 Meeting, which brought together several societies, among them the American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) and the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB).
Five-course series prepares pharmacy students for organizational and professional leadership.
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The School of Pharmacy made its inaugural foray into the Academic of Managed Care Pharmacy P&T Competition with eight students, comprising two teams, participating in a the local level competition.
Brendan Stamper Portrait
The role of pharmacists is evolving, and the Pacific University School of Pharmacy is evolving with it. The school has launched a joint PharmD/MS program focusing on helping students develop their research skills alongside their inter professional clinical care.
Student in Belize
Pacific School of Pharmacy students gain unique skills during international rotation in Belize.
Blake Larson PharmD '14 and colleagues
Blake Larson PharmD ’14 is working his dream job as a clinical pediatric emergency medicine pharmacists at Randall Children’s Hospital in Portland.
Congratulations to School of Pharmacy faculty member Marina Suzuki on her recently published book chapter on dyslipidemia in Dyslipidemia: A Clinical Approach from Wolters Kluwer Publications.
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School of Pharmacy faculty member Brendan Stamper and undergraduate student Storm Lotomau have received an American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Theraputics Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (ASPET SURF) individual award for the summer of 2018.
Civic Engagement Seminar
The School of Pharmacy hosted our first live continuing education seminar on campus on Saturday, April 7. About 30 of our preceptors, including alumni, attended and received six hours of Oregon Board of Pharmacy-approved continuing education.
The School of Pharmacy congratulates second-year student Tahmeena Raheel for receiving the prestigious 2018 United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award. Tahmeena’s community services and her dedication to public health is outstanding.

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