Touro University California College of Pharmacy
News & Events
- TAKE A STUDY BREAK and CELEBRATE CHANUKAH in the Lander Hall gym.
- WELCOME to Amy Castro, our new librarian, supporting COP.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Monica Donnelley, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, who passed the HIV pharmacist certification exam from the American Association of HIV Pharmacists (AAHIVP).
- TAKE A STUDY BREAK and CELEBRATE CHANUKAH on campus.
- THANK YOU to all who participated in Giving Tuesday, which raised $4400 for the university's Student Emergency Fund.
- College of Pharmacy staff with Provost Marilyn Hopkins celebrating her many accomplishments and support of TUC COP.
- Doctor of Pharmacy students partnering with Walgreens and representing Touro University California at the Jelly Belly Palooza.
- KUDOS to Dr. Gordon McCarter and colleague for their paper, "Similar adverse events from two disparate agents implicate lipid inflammatory mediators for a role in anxiety states," which was published in Oxford Medical Case Reports.
- HELP SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS: We are looking for alumni who would be willing to serve as adjunct faculty to precept our student events. As adjunct faculty, you will also have access to our online library resources! For more information, please contact Dr. Neelou Fakourfar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Congratulations to Dr. Nathalie Bergeron. Professor and Chair of Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and her colleagues from Children’s Hospital Oakland Reseach Institute for their inaugural edition of "Nutrition and Cardiometabolic Health" which was published by the CRC Press.
- Vietnamese and Korean Student Pharmacist Associations team up for a Multicultural Day event
- Doctor of Pharmacy students providing services at the Vu Lan Immunization Festival
- Student-Run-Free-Clinic providing services at the Napa Health Fair
- SERVING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES: TUC Doctor of Pharmacy students providing education and services at the Berkeley Youth and LGBTQ Clinic.
- TUC Doctor of Pharmacy students putting their immunization skills to work through a SNPhA-Walgreens collaboration to provide a flu shot clinic at St. Catherine's Church.
- NATIONAL LATINO AIDS AWARENESS: TUC Doctor of Pharmacy students providing education and services in our community.
- CONGRATULATIONS to the following pharmacy students who were inducted into the Rho Chi Honor Society:
- Brienna Andrews, Helen Berhane, Jason Chao, Kevin Cheung, Christina Doan, Danielle Fox, Ryan Hoh, Jovana Mercado, George Mikhail, Cindy Nguyen, Andrew Robello, Babandeep Singh, Uyen Thai, Trang Tran, Thao Tran, Tony Vu, Nicholas Wong, and Gabriela Young.
- As the academic honor society in pharmacy, the mission of Rho Chi is to: encourage and recognize intellectual achievement, stimulate critical inquiry to advance pharmacy, contribute to the development of intellectual leaders, promote the highest ethical standards, and foster collaboration.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Diana DeVore (Class of 2018) who was awarded a National Hispanic Health Foundation Scholarship. This highly competitive scholarship recognizes the most talented Hispanic health professional students nationwide who represent future leaders in health care. Diana received this award for her longstanding advocacy and efforts in diabetes prevention and care in the Latino community, which has gained recognition at the local, state, and national level.
- DIABLO HEALTH FAIR: Our Doctor of Pharmacy students providing health screenings in our community.
- Have you been to the Vallejo Farmer's Market lately? Look for our Doctor of Pharmacy students who provide free education and health screenings.
- KUDOS to Dr. Eric Ip, Chair of Clinical Sciences, who was quoted in Pharmacy Today regarding Advanced Practice Pharmacists. (http://pharmacytoday.org/article/S1042-0991(17)31661-4/pdf)
- WORLD DIABETES DAY: Touro students taking on diabetes.
- DIO DE LOS MUERTOS: TUC COP students supporting our community and promoting healthy lives.
- TUC COP students providing services at the Pet Fair.
- TUC COP SPREADING THEIR EXPERTISE: Our students presented to and trained over 50 students in the UC Davis Global Medical Training club on how to properly measure blood pressure. This club goes overseas and provides healthcare services to the underprivileged. So proud of our students!
- TUC TAKES HOME THE TROPHY in the second annual Golden Spike Volleyball Game against Touro University Nevada. Kudos to Edward Wang (P4) who ably represented COP on the team!
- DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY: It was great to have the opportunity to meet with Dr. Ken Frost at Dominican University to discuss our 2+2 PharmD program.
- Veterans Day at the Mare Island Preserve
- The second annual GOLDEN SPIKE Volleyball Tournament is upon us! Come out and support OUR TUC student athletes as we take on TUN in volleyball!! The game will be held this Thursday, November 9, in Lander Hall Gymnasium. The pregame festivities will begin at 5 PM which include FOOD and materials to make posters. Our very own DANCE SQUAD will be performing prior to the game!! The game will begin at 7 PM. Our volleyball team has been practicing really hard for this day, let's come out and show them our gratitude!!
- GO TUC!! GO BULLS!! Whoaaa!!
- UC SANTA CRUZ: Had a great time meeting with the Univeristy of California Santa Cruz Pre-Pharmacy Society.
- APhA/NCPA SIKH TEMPLE FLU CLINIC EVENT: TUC COP students using their immunization skills.
- TUC COP alumni and faculty member, Dr. Kristen Herzik, is the director.
- LUNCHTIME TALK: SNPhA is hosting Rite Aid "Climbing Up the Corporate Ladder" tomorrow (November 9) at lunch.
- ACCP/SNPhA Blood Glucose Monitoring Workshop: We are grateful for the collaborative, interprofessional training effort to use our pharmacy skills to battle diabetes.
- TUC COP CLASS OF 2022: It was great to have a chance to reconnect while at the University of California Irvine with Yalda Sanaa, a newly admitted member of the Touro University California College of Pharmacy Class of 2022!
- GOOD MORNING from the University of California Irvine Grad Fair!
- ISPOR Health Economics and Outcomes Research: Thank you to our guest speakers for sharing their expertise and knowledge with us!
- COP VETERANS: As Veteran's Day approaches, we thank all of our veterans for their service to our country, including Dr. Keith Yoshizuka, Chair of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences, and Mr. Tony Williams, COP Recruiter and Outreach Specialist.
- SAVE THE DATE: The annual Touro Turkey Bowl is back. Come and see our P1 and P2 teams battle it out in flag football. When & Where: Sunday November 19th from 7 PM - 8 PM at Dan Foley Regional Park 1461 N Camino Alto, Vallejo CA 94589 on the all season turf field.
- UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE: Stop by and visit us today (Tuesday, November 7) at the UCI Graduate Health Fair - A chance to say hi and get to know more about our signature 2+2 Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program, featuring two years of advanced pharmacy practice rotations!
- MARE ISLAND ZOMBIE RUN: Pharmacy students working their health fair on campus during the Mare Island 5K Zombie run.
- SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY: Great visit to San Diego State University, including a chance to reconnect with Simon Talasazan who was recently admitted into the Class of 2022.
- RESIDENCY OPEN HOUSE: Sutter Eden is having an Open House on Thursday, November 16, at 6:30 pm in Castro Valley. TUC alumni Dr. Vincent Largo is currently a resident there. If you'd like to attend, please RSVP him by Thursday, November 9.
- CSHP QUATRA ON THE BAY: Touro University California pharmacy students contributing to the effort.
- CHINATOWN HEALTH FAIR: Touro University California pharmacy students and resident providing services to our community.
- Featuring Touro University California College of Pharmacy alumni, Dr. Joseph Galanto
- CSU LONG BEACH: Tony Williams from the Touro University California College of Pharmacy visiting CSU Long Beach to share information about our 2+2 PharmD program.
- FLU CLINIC: Touro students partnering with Walgreens to provide immunizations at Holy Family Catholic Church.
- CONTRA COSTA FARMERS MARKET: Touro University California College of Pharmacy students performing blood pressure screenings in the community.
- CSU NORTHRIDGE: It was great for Touro University California College of Pharmacy to have the opportunity to visit CSU Northridge!
- UC RIVERSIDE: Stop by and visit the Touro University California table if you are in the area!
- UC RIVERSIDE: Looking forward to sharing information about the Touro University California 2+2 Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program today.
- CSHP HIGHLIGHTS: More pictures of Touro University California pharmacy students sharing their research.
- KUDOS to Dr. Shankar Chinta, Assistant Professor of Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and his colleagues for their paper, "Sembragiline: a novel, selective monoamine oxidase type B inhibitor for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease," which was published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
- INTERVIEW DAY: COP Interview Day is coming up on Friday, November 10, 2017, from 10 am – 3 pm. Representatives from CVS Health, Rite Aid, Albertsons/Safeway, and Walgreens will be here, along with TUC COP faculty for CV reviews for residency preparation.
- KUDOs to Dr. David Evans, Professor of Biological Sciences, and his colleagues, for their paper, "Contributions of MyD88-dependent receptors and CD11c-positive cells to epithelial barrier function against Pseudomonas aeruginosa," which was published in Scientific Reports.
- Support Touro University California's SNPhA chapter by liking their video
- CONGRATULATIONS:Touro University California College of Pharmacy brings the CSHP Quiz Bowl Trophy home again!
- 2CSHP POSTER SESSION: Touro University California College of Pharmacy alumni, student and faculty presenting their collaborative research and networking at the annual meeting.
- CSHP TALK: Dr. Melissa Kirkpatrick, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, will be presenting on, "New Medications in ESRD" in Champagne 4 at 9:15 AM.
- KUDOS to the many pharmacy students from Touro University California College of Pharmacy who shared their research results today at the annual meeting of CSHP!
- UC IRVINE: Great meetings between Touro University California College of Pharmacy and the Pharmaceutical Sciences officers and students today!
- POSTER PRESENTATIONS AT CSHP: Visit with Touro students and faculty presenting their research projects on Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28!
- UC IRVINE: Touro University California is looking forward to meeting with the Pharmaceutical Sciences Club to share information about our 2+2 PharmD and MS programs tomorrow - Friday, October 27!
- CSHP RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP SHOWCASE: Learn more about post-graduate programs affiliated with the Touro University California College of Pharmacy on Friday, October 27 from 2:00-5:00 PM at the CSHP meeting.
- MORE TUC COP EXPERTISE AT CSHP: Stop by to hear Dr. Monica Donnelley, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, talk about, "Mama Mia! Infections and Immunizations in Pregnant Patients: What's Appropriate, What's Not, and Everything In-Between" on Friday, October 27 from 1:30 - 2:30 PM.
- TUC COP FACULTY SHARING THEIR EXPERTISE AT CSHP: Drs. Emily Chan and Melissa Kirkpatrick, Assisant Professors of Clinical Sciences, will be presenting their talk, "Tech Tips for Efficient Precepting: Streamlining the Process of New Practitioners" on Friday, October 27 from 8:30 - 9:30 AM.
- BEST WISHES to Annie Xu and Kalvin Lam (Class of 2018) who will be representing the Touro University California College of Pharmacy in the Clinical Skills Competition at CSHP.
- CSHP-Touro Advanced Practice Pharmacist Chronic Disease State Management Certificate Program: Drs. Eric Ip, Shadi Doroudgar, Melissa Kirkpatrick, and Emily Chan are looking forward to leading tomorrow's class in Las Vegas.
- SANTA CRUZ: Representatives from TUC COP are looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow (Thursday, October 25) at the University of California Santa Cruz Graduate and Professional School Fair!
- KUDOS to Dr. Nathalie Bergeron, Chair of Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr. Sebastian Al-Saiegh (Class of 2016), and Dr. Eric Ip, Chair of Clinical Sciences, for their paper, "Do California pharmacy and medical students practice what they preach? An analysis of dietary and lifestyle practices," which was published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
- KUDOS to Dr. Shengquan Liu and Dr. Maggie Louie, Associate Professors of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and their co-authors for their paper, "Novel flexible heteroarotinoid, SL-1-18, promotes ERa degradation to inhibit breast cancer growth," which was published in Cancer Letters.
- JOIN COP IN CELEBRATING AMERICAN PHARMACISTS MONTH: Stop by the COP building for cookies and brief presentations by Adrian Wong and Erin Hanigan in recognition of pharmacists. COP students who recently received major awards will be featured, along with raffle prizes. Join the celebration to Know Your Pharmacist and Know Your Meds.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Mylien Hoang (P3) who received a Student Leadership Award from CSHP.
- TOURO UNIVERSITY CALIFORNIA RECEPTION AT CSHP: Hope to see you there.
- COMING SOON TO A UC NEAR YOU: Touro University California College of Pharmacy looks forward to meeting with you
at Santa Cruz and Irvine this week:
- UC Santa Cruz Graduate & Professional School Fair (Thursday, October 26), and
- UC Irvine Pharmaceutical Sciences Club (Friday, October 27)
- INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN INDUSTRY: IPhO (Industry Pharmacists Organization) is hosting Dr. Kfir from Teva Pharmaceuticals at noon in LH 160 today (Monday, October 23).
- KUDOS to Dr. Kelan Thomas, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his colleagues for their paper, "Curriculum in Psychiatry and Neurology for Pharmacy Programs," which was published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
- TAKING A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE: Had a chance to work in a visit to the Chicago neighborhoods where I lived and worked while in town on a recent business trip.
- COP OPEN HOUSE: Great start to our Open House today! An opportunity to learn more about our 2+2 PharmD program and participate in mock interviews.
- Thanks to the UC Davis Pre-pharmacy Society for hosting a productive session last night with Touro University California College of Pharmacy!
- COP OPEN HOUSE: Welcome visitors to campus!
- UC DAVIS PRE-PHARMACY SOCIETY: Dr. Neelou Fakourfar and Mr. Tony Williams from the Touro University California College of Pharmacy are looking forward to seeing everyone this evening.
- STUDY BREAK: Touro Idol tonight
- Presidents of TUC COP professional organizations: Working hard for pharmacy and looking good for American Pharmacists Month!
- TPA CAMPUSWIDE FLU CLINIC was held on Monday, October 16. Thank you to all of our student and preceptor volunteers. We vaccinated over 175 students and faculty!
- SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY FUTURE PHARMACISTS: A great evening sharing information about our programs (PharmD and MS) and clinical pharmacist roles!
- FDA APPLICATION REMINDER: TUC will need to submit our ranked list to the FDA by November 1, 2017 for their Pharmacy Student Experiential Program (PSEP). Please contact Dr. Lucinda Chan, Director of Experiential Education, for application submission details for the 2018-2019 academic year.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Diana De Vore (Class of 2018) who was awarded Quatra CSHP's first annual scholarship!
- TUC COP will be meeting with the Sacramento State Future Pharmacy Society on Thursday, October 19. Hope to see you there.
- PHI LAMBDA SIGMA RESIDENCY PANEL: scheduled for October 18. Contact Cindy Duong for additional information.
- Check out COP’s new digital viewbook which features photos of campus and videos of students and alumni: http://touro.university-tour.com/ . Thank you to everyone who participated, and to Tony Williams who coordinated the effort along with Alisa Danyeur and Dr. Susan Heimer. Stay safe, stay well.
- MESSAGE FROM ASSOCIATE DEAN TARA JENKINS, who was recruited to TUC from the University of Houston: You might have noticed a box outside the door of my office collecting school supplies for the county that lost all of its schools to Hurricane Harvey. One of my former students at the University of Houston is from that county so she worked with the College and the APhA-ASP chapter to arrange the school supply drive prior to Harvey hitting Houston. When Harvey produced so much flooding, it became nearly impossible for them to continue the drive until the waters receded. The officers of our Touro California chapter of APhA-ASP stepped up to the plate and helped collect school supplies for them. Attached are pictures of over 50 backpacks filled with school supplies and snacks the chapter collected for UH’s drive. I was overwhelmed with the generosity of our students and their families and pharmacies that contributed to make this happen. Many thanks as well to the various faculty and staff who have contributed to the school supplies collected or who contributed money that I have used to buy more supplies for them. I will be shipping off all of the supplies on Friday afternoon if anyone has been thinking about dropping in some supplies and hasn’t had a chance yet.
- CAREER AND RESIDENCY DAY at Touro University California College of Pharmacy: We look forward to seeing you on Friday, September 15 from 10 am to 1 pm. You will have the opportunity to meet with over 12 companies and residency programs, including Alameda Health System, Sutter Health, Santa Clara Valley, NorthBay, Touro University California, CVS, Safeway, Rite Aid, Walgreens, PharMerica, RxRelief, Kaiser Permanente.
- KUDOS to Dr. Rae Matsumoto, Dean, and her colleagues for their paper, "Deuterated (d6)-dextromethorphan elicits antidepressant-like effects in mice," which was accepted for publication in Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior.
MESSAGE FROM THE PROVOST: Today marks the 16th anniversary of 9/11, a date that will forever be etched into our collective memories. On this solemn day, we honor the memory of those who died and reflect upon the sacrifices of survivors, first responders and volunteers who responded to this tragedy in a spirit of great unity and service.
- As you reflect on this national tragedy, I invite you to stand together in unity to defy the ignorance and hatred that brought us September 11, and reach out to those from different cultures and backgrounds to help us create a stronger and more compassionate nation. As a learning community, we have shown how people from diverse backgrounds can work together, learn together, and play together without giving up our ethnic or religious heritage or identity. I am proud to be a part of this community and join you in this day of remembrance.
- Check out alumni Andy Do featured in The Record: http://tu.edu/aboutus/tuclife/therecord/170905-record.html…
- CSHP-Touro APP: First live program this Sunday, September 10, 2017 on campus.
- Article - Pharmacists Are Now Poised To Ease Physician Shortage - If Only They Could Get Paid For It (KVPR.org - Valley Public Radio)
- KUDOS to Dr. Shane Desselle, Professor of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences, and students Brienna Andrews, Julia Lui, and Leela Raja for acceptance of their paper, "The Scholarly Productivity and Work Environments of Academic Pharmacists," for publication in Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.
- KUDOS to Dr. Emily Chan, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, who was appointed to the AACP Pharmacy Practice Section - Resident and Student Engagement Task Force.
- Leadership development and networking opportunity for student pharmacists.
- KUDOS to TUC COP faculty, students, and colleagues (R Ignoffo, L Chan, K Knapp, E Chan, E Ip, J Bandy, K Besinque, J Colbert, JJ Duby, JS Galanto, M Gloudeman, P Havard, G LackeyE , Lozano, J Scott, TL Stewart) for their paper, "Efficient and effective precepting of pharmacy students in acute and ambulatory care rotations: A Delphi expert panel study," which was published in the American Journal of Health System Pharmacy.
- KUDOS to Dr. Kevin Ita, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, for his review, "Dissolving microneedles for transdermal drug delivery: Advances and challenges," which was published in Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy.
- KUDOS to Dr. Mohamed Jalloh, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, who was quoted in a Healthline article about skin infections.
- WHITE COAT CEREMONY: The College of Pharmacy welcomes our P1 future pharmacists and their guests to campus today! Looking forward to celebrating with the pharmily.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Eric Ip, Chair of Clinical Sciences, who was recognized as one of twelve clinical researchers in the nation as a Medscape Rising Stars of Healthcare Research.
- Diversity in Action at Touro University California – September 18, 2017 – Multicultural Night @Lander Hall Auditorium, 5:30-7:30pm. All colleges welcome.
- APP TRAINING: Touro COP Alumni, see below regarding the 2017 Seminar Registration discount if you sign up for the CSHP-Touro Advanced Practice Pharmacist Certificate Program to be held on October 26, 2017 at Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. We also have other live sessions on campus at Touro University (September 10, 2017) and Sharp San Diego (January 28, 2018). http://www.cshp.org/page/CP_APP_Touro
- Congratulations to Drs. Tristan Lindfelt, Mitch Barnett, Eric Ip, Emily Chan, and Shadi Doroudgar for receiving an IRAP award for their project, "Survey of US Pharmacy Faculty Members Regarding Work-Life Balance, Job Satisfaction, and Stress."
- KUDOS to Dr. Shane Desselle, Professor of Social Behavioral and Adminstrative Sciences, who was the keynote speaker at the Nordic Social Pharmacy Conference in Kuopio, Finland.
- KUDOS to Dr. Kelan Thomas, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his colleagues for their paper, "Substance use education in US schools of pharmacy: A systematic review of the literature," which was accepted for publication in Substance Abuse.
- WHITE COAT CEREMONY: We are looking forward to welcoming the Class of 2021 to the profession of pharmacy at their White Coat Ceremony this Sunday at 1:00. Dr. Monica Donnelley, Class of 2010 and Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, will be our keynote speaker this year!
- KUDOS to Dr. Shane Desselle, Professor of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences, and his colleague, for their paper, "Results of the 2015 National Certified Pharmacy Technician Workforce Survey," which was published in the American Journal of Health System Pharmacy.
- KUDOS to Dr. Bill Dager, Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his colleague for their paper, "Bridging with Tirofiban During Oral Antiplatelet Interruption: A Single-Center Case Series Analysis Including Patients on Hemodialysis," which was published in Pharmacotherapy.
- CONGRATULATIONS to our ACCP Clinical Pharmacy Challenge finalists. Representing Touro University California at the national ACCP competition will be
Jason Chao, Ryan Hoh, and Truc Huynh. Kudos also to our other finalist teams from our local competition -
- 2nd place: Danielle Fox, Eric Lau, Jonathan Trinh
- 3rd place: Thao Tran, Uyen Thai, Emmeline Chan.
- Dr. Laura Baumgartner, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, serves as the faculty advisor for the TUC chapter of ACCP.
- KUDOS to Dr. Shona Mookerjee, Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and her colleagues for their paper, "Positive Feedback Amplifies the Response of Mitochondrial Membrane Potential to Glucose Concentration in Clonal Pancreatic Beta Cells," which was published in Biochimica et Biophysica Acta.
IN THE NEWS: Dr. Kelan Thomas, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his psilocybin article... https://www.sciencealert.com/therapy-for-depression-gets-a-significant-boost-when-combined-with-psilocybin
CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Eric Ip, Chair of Clinical Sciences, for being nominated for Medscape Up and Coming Clinical Researcher.
- KUDOS to Dr. Shane Desselle, Professor of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences, for his presentation "Organizational Culture and Citizenship Behaviors to Facilitate Planning, Faculty Quality of Worklife and Institutional Effectiveness" at the AACP annual meeting in Nashville, TN.
- KUDOS to Dr. Emily Chan, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, and Adrian Wong, Assistant Professor of Experiential Education, for their presentation "Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE): Planning Pearls, " at the AACP annual meeting in Nashville, TN.
- KUDOS to Dr. Tara Jenkins, Associate Dean for Assessment and Curricular Innovation, for serving as the moderator for "Preparing Your Self-Study for Standards 2016: What We Learned from ACPE Accreditation Visits During 2016-17, " at the AACP annual meeting in Nashville, TN.
- KUDOs to Dr. Mohamed Jalloh, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, who was invited to present, "Prescribing Medication and Other Health Related Apps," at the 2018 CPhA Western Pharmacy Exchange.
- SAVE THE DATE for Community Day: August 17 - an opportunity to interact with members of our community and showcase the College of Pharmacy.
- KUDOS to Danielle Thanh, who is being recognized for her patient safety effort at Stanford Health Care ValleyCare.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Lauren Roller, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, who was appointed the new Residency Program Director at Highland Hospital.
- APP: The CSHP-Touro APP Program went live on July 24, 2017. The first live session will take place on campus on September 10.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Yewande Samuel (P3) for receiving a Walgreens Diversity Scholarship at the recent SNPhA annual meeting.
- CONGRATULATIONS to alumna Dr. Yvonne Ding (Class of 2016) who was elected as Membership Chair of Quatra CSHP. She just completed a PGY1 residency with Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System.
- KUDOS to Dr. Bill Dager, Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his colleagues for their paper, "Incomplete dabigatran reversal with idarucizumab," which was published in Clinical Toxicology.
- KUDOS to Dr. Kelan Thomas, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, and Dr. Priscilla Van Dyke (PGY1 resident 2014-2015) for acceptance of their paper, "Concomitant calcium channel block and antipsychotic therapy in patients with schizophrenia: efficacy analysis of the CATIE Phase 1 data," in the Annals of Clinical Psychiatry.
CONGRATULATIONS to alumna Dr. Jackie Ho (Class of 2015) who was elected as Newsletter Editor-in-Chief of Quatra CSHP. She just completed a PGY2 residency with the VA Palo Alto Health Care System.
START OFF THE SCHOOL YEAR STRONG: On Tuesday, Dr. Jill Alban will have a group of student panelists talk about their successful study strategies Please join us on August 8, from 12:10-12:50 PM for a brown bag conversation in Library Annex 118.
Touro University California College of Pharmacy Class of 2009 – Dr. R. Duenas.
CONGRATULATIONS to alumnus Dr. Vincent Cheng (Class of 2013) who was elected to Continuing Education Chair of Quatra CSHP. He is currently working at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara.
KUDOS to Dr. Shadi Doroudgar, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences and Dr. Vani Rajagopalan, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, for their poster presentation at the AACP annual meeting in Nashville, TN, "Effect of Personal Background on Perceptions of Professionalism on Pharmacy Student Didactic Years," along with co-authors TUC COP CAPSLEAD team and Dr. Margaret Schulte, Assistant Professor of Experiential Education.
CONGRATULATIONS to Touro University California's SNPhA teams: All three teams that were sent to the 2017 Kroger/SNPhA National Clinical Skills Competition made it to the final round and placed! Uyen Thai and Jonathan Trinh, and Anna San and Michelle Huang placed First and Second in Division I respectively. In addition, Tony Vu and Khin Htwe placed Third in Division II.
CONGRATULATIONS to Diana DeVore (Class of 2018) who was elected to Legislative Chair for the Quatra California Society of Health System Pharmacists (CSHP).
CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Kristen Herzik, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, for earning her Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS).
Kudos to Dr. Deanna Gee for her poster presentation at the AACP meeting in Nashville, "Individual Development Plans: A Tool to Address the Accreditation Standard for Personal and Professional Development," with co-authors Drs. Margaret Schulte and Rae Matsumoto.
Kudos to Dr. Emily Chan, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, for her poster presentation at the AACP meeting in Nashville, TN, "Assessing Pharmacy Educators' Ability to Reliably Assign Bloom's Taxonomy Categories to Their Exam Questions," with co-authors Drs. Eric Ip and Mitch Barnett.
- SCRIPT YOUR FUTURE: Touro University California College of Pharmacy was named both a National Challenge Award Finalist and Communication and Media Outreach Award Finalist. TUC, which has received recognition in all six annual Challenges, produced an excellent animated video about the importance of medication adherence and tips to improve adherence.
- Script Your Future Team: Ashley Saclolo (P1), Diana Nguyen (P1), Christina Doan (P2), Jimin Lee (P2), Stefanie Navarro (P3), Timothy Phan (P4).
- Commencement 2017: Thank you to the faculty, staff and administrators of Touro University California.
- GRADUATION RECEPTION: Class of 2017 getting ready to become new PharmDs.
- Touro University California End of Year Celebration Awards
- 2017 PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR:
- Dr. Adrian Palisoc (COP 2019)
- Dr. Mike Ellerby (COP 2020)
- T5 (PHARMACY PRACTICE) PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR:
- Dr. Margaret Schulte (COP 2019)
- Dr. Terri Wong (COP 2020)
- T4 (CLINICAL SCIENCES) PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR:
- Dr. Laura Baumgartner (COP 2019)
- Dr. Eric Ip (COP 2020)
- T3 (SOCIAL BEHAVIORAL ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES) PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR:
- Dr. Keith Yoshizuka (COP 2019)
- Dr. Shane Desselle (COP 2020)
- T2 (PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES) PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR:
- Dr. Alison McCormick (COP 2019)
- Dr. Mike Ellerby (COP 2020)
- T1 (BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR:
- Dr. Shankar Chinta (COP 2019) and Dr. Susan Heimer (COP 2020)
- BEST DRESSED PROFESSOR:
- Dr. Monica Donnelley, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences (COP 2019)
- Dr. Nathalie Bergeron, Professor of Biological Sciences (COP 2020)
- TOO SMART FOR EVERYONE:
- Dr. Jeremiah Duby, Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences (COP 2019 and COP 2020)
- BEST PERSONALITY:
- Dr. Shadi Doroudgar, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences (COP 2019)
- Dr. David Evans, Professor of Biological Sciences (COP 2020)
- MOST ENTERTAINING PROFESSOR: Dr. David Madden, Associate Professor of Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences (COP 2019 and COP 2020)
- COP 2020 STUDENT OF THE YEAR: Julia Nguyen
- COP 2019 STUDENT OF THE YEAR: Andrew Robello
- COP 2020 UNSUNG HERO: Jimmy Ly
- COP 2019 UNSUNG HERO: Christine Duong
- COP 2020 MOST LIKELY TO BE YOUR BOSS: Tony Lotte
- COP 2019 MOST LIKELY TO BE YOUR BOSS: Mylien Hoang
- COP 2020 MOST ENTERTAINING: Robert Saykhu
- COP 2019 MOST ENTERTAINING: Kimberly Bohnert
- COP 2020 WALKING ENCYCLOPEDIA: Jimmy Ly
- COP 2019 WALKING ENCYCLOPEDIA: Tony Vu
- COP 2020 MOST ATHLETIC: Bryan Okereke
- COP 2019 MOST ATHLETIC: Tony Abuyagi
- COP 2020 BEST DRESSED: Denise Yeung
- COP 2019 BEST DRESSED: Wande Samuel
- COP 2020 BEST PERSONALITY: Jacob Long
- COP 2019 BEST PERSONALITY: Ava Mahan
- 2017 PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR:
KUDOS to Dr. Emily Chan, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, and Adrian Wong, Assistant Professor of Experiential Education, who will be presenting at the 2017 AACP Annual “Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE): Planning Pearls.”
CONGRATULATIONS to the 19 new members of Phi Lamba Sigma, the national honor society for pharmacy leadership:
Brienna Andrews, Candice Manabat, Cindy Duong, Danielle Fox, Gabriela Young, Hannah Mae Chuang, Helen Berhane, Jason Xie, Jimin Lee, Joseph L. Lee, Joseph Y. Lee, Jovana Mercado, Kevin Cheung, Michelle England, Mylien Hoang, Naziha Hussain, Tran Nguyen, Trang Tran, and Tony Vu.
Also, Dr. Shadi Doroudgar, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, was inducted as an honorary member and Xuan Falah as recognized as the member of the year.
KUDOS to the CAPSLEAD team for presenting their poster, "Effect of Personal Background on the Perceptions of Professionalism in Pharmacy School Didactic Years," at the Touro University California Research Day. The team was comprised of Tran Nguyen, Christopher Yee, Danielle Fox, Helen Berhane, Pamela Lekhter, Brienna Andrews, Gabriela Young, and Caroline Farr. Mentoring the group were Dr. Shadi Doroudgar, Dr. Vani Rajagopalan, and Dr. Margaret Schulte.
- SAVE THE DATE: Pinning ceremony to celebrate the transition of the P2s from the didactic portion of the curriculum to rotations will be held on Wednesday, May 17 in the Grove.
KUDOS to Aaron Newman, master's student in the College of Pharmacy, for being a student shark tank competition finalist at the Touro University California Research Day. The title of his study was, "Investigating latent membrane protein antigens as potential vaccines against Epstein-Barr virus diseases." His mentor is Dr. Alison McCormick, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
KUDOS to Dr. Shadi Doroudgar, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, for serving as a panelist for the CPNP Annual Meeting 2017 Resident Programming Panel: "What I wish I knew" Roundtables.
CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Adrian Palisoc, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, for earning his certification as an Advanced Practice Pharmacist.
CONGRATULATIONS to Julia Lui for being awarded a $2500 Walgreens Multilingual Scholarship!
CONGRATULATIONS to Ivy Yu for being awarded a $2500 Walgreens Diversity Scholarship!
KUDOS to Helen Berhane for being awarded the 2017 College of Pharmacy Diversity Scholarship for her outstanding achievements and commitment to underserved populations.
KUDOS to Anu Adebayo for being selected for an experiential clerkship at the FDA – Office of Generic Drugs during the 2017-2018 academic year.
CONGRATULATIONS to Fu Sang Luk for being awarded a Dymaxium Managed Care Research Internship.
KUDOS to Drs. Tristan Lindfelt, Eric Ip, Mitch Barnett M and P4 student Alejandra Gomez (Class of 2017) for their paper, "The impact of work-life balance on intention to stay in academia: Results from a national survey of pharmacy faculty," which was published in Research in Social and Admistrative Pharmacy.
KUDOS to TUC COP students, alumni and faculty Lucy Phan, JoAnna Souksavong, Annie Tran, Janet Chang and Kajua Lor for their paper, "Impact of the Act FAST stroke campaign delivered by student pharmacists on the primary prevention of stroke," which was published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
KUDOS to Dr. Bob Ignoffo, Dr. Tristan Lindfelt, and Eric Lozano for their paper, "Novel Systemic Therapies for Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer," which was published in the Journal of Hematology Oncology Pharmacy.
KUDOs to Dr. Bill Dager, Professor of Clinical Sciences, for his paper, "Filtering Out Use of DOACs in Hemodialysis," which was published in Annals of Pharmacotherapy.
KUDOS to Drs. Eric Ip, Bijal Shah, Shadi Doroudgar, Paul Perry, former MS student Michael Yadao, and colleagues for their paper "Polypharmacy, Infectious Diseases, Sexual Behavior, and Psychophysical Health Among Anabolic Steroid-Using Homosexual and Heterosexual Gym Patrons in San Francisco's Castro District," which was published in Substance Use & Misuse.
CONGRATULATIONS to Anu Adebayo who was selected for a rotation with the US Food and Drug Administration in the Office of Generic Drugs.
TUC COP LEGISLATIVE DAY: Wednesday, April 19, 2017. See you in Sacramento.
LATE BREAKING SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY WITH GENENTECH: Genentech, Inc. in partnership with the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy Foundation is supporting the AMCP Foundation/Genentech, Inc. Evidence for Access Summer Internship Program for two student pharmacists. Ideal candidates will be currently enrolled as a full-time Doctor of Pharmacy and/or a joint MBA, MPP (Master of Public Policy), or MPH (Master of Public Health) degree program. DEADLINE: APRIL 21, 2017
This program will provide a unique opportunity for interns to contribute to meaningful projects and interact with industry experts within the Evidence for Access Team US Medical Affairs at Genentech, while gaining knowledge of the biotechnology industry. Following a competitive selection process, two student pharmacists will spend 10-12 consecutive weeks at the Genentech campus in South San Francisco, Calif., under the supervision of a preceptor/manager. Complete program details and access to the online application is available at apply.amcpfoundation.org or www.amcpfoundation.org.
KUDOS to Dr. Bill Dager, Professor of Clinical Sciences, and Dr. Linda Banares, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, for their paper, "Reversing the Anticoagulation Effects of Dabigatran," which was published in Hospital Practice.
VALOR PROGRAM MARTINEZ: Deadline coming up April 14, 2017. Check your email for details.
PASSOVER GREETING FROM THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
KUDOS to Drs. Eric Ip, Bijal Shah, Shadi Doroudgar, Monica Bidwal, and Ms. Kathy Nguyen for the publication of their paper, "Motivations and Predictors of Cheating in Pharmacy School," which was published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
KUDOS to Dr. Kelan Thomas, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his colleagues for their paper, "Curriculum in Psychiatry and Neurology for Pharmacy Programs," which was accepted for publication in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
UC Berkeley Pills Conference: It was great to see everyone this past Saturday. Representing Touro University California College of Pharmacy were Mr. Anthony Williams, Dr. Kevin Ita, and P3 student Danielle Thanh.
2017 TOURO UNIVERSITY CALIFORNIA SCRIPT YOUR FUTURE VIDEO - https://youtu.be/N58o4_kiEUU
KUDOS to Dr. Jeremiah Duby, Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his colleagues for their paper, "Dexmedetomidine for Refractory Intracranial Hypertension," which was published in the Journal of Intensive Care Medicine.
CONGRATULATIONS to Helen Berhane for being awarded a $10,000 COP Diversity Scholarship from Touro University California. She will be recognized for her achievements during the upcoming campus Mosaic Celebration on April 5.
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: CVS Health and National Medical Fellowships (NMF) are offering a new CVS Health/NMF Pharm.D. Scholarship to support African American students who are in financial need and display a commitment to practicing in a community setting. This award provides $2,500 to one student pursuing a doctoral degree in pharmacy and applications open on April 24: www.nmf.fluidreview.com. Information about additional scholarship opportunities and instructions can be found by visiting: https://www.nmfonline.org/about-our-scholarships-and-awards/general-scholarships-awards/
CONGRATULATIONS to Maria Arella (Class of 2017) for earning the United States Public Health Service Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award. This award recognizes pharmacy students who make significant contributions to public health.
TOURO RESIDENCY PROGRAMS: We look forward to welcoming the following individuals who will be joining us next year for our Touro University California affiliated residency programs:
Joyce Ho (TU) - LifeLong Primary Care
Andrew Ray (TU) - LifeLong Psychiatry
Disnay Castrejon (UOP) - OLE Health
Terry Pang (TU) - Highland Hospital
Mark Mendiola (U of Arizona) - Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Vivian Li (TU) - Sutter Health
Gina Novak (UOP) - Northbay
CONGRATULATIONS to the 37 students from Touro University California who matched during Phase I with ASHP residency programs in California, Illinois, Michigan, Oregon, Texas, and Washington! Looking forward to more matches during Phase II.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: The deadline for applications for the VALOR Program in Martinez is April 14, 2017. The VA Northern California Health Care System (VANCHCS) will be hosting ONE VALOR student in 2017. Please check your email for details.
VALOR is a paid internship program that enables pharmacy students to experience clinical and administrative leadership through participation in pharmacy projects and other activities under the direct supervision of the Chief of the Pharmacy Service. The Martinez campus houses outpatient clinics, a Pharmacy Call Center, a Community Living Center (CLC), a pharmacoeconomics program, and pharmacy administrative offices.
Huffington Post contribution from Dr. Alan Kadish, President of the Touro College and University System, which includes Touro University California
Representing TUC and pharmacy with pride – SNPhA regional conference, Sacramento, California
CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Margaret Schulte, Assistant Professor of Experiential Education, for passing the Geriatrics Certification Exam.
ASHP SPOKESPERSON: Dr. Mohamed Jalloh, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences and ASHP spokesperson, was recently quoted in Lifezette.com regarding insurance co-pays.
CONGRATULATIONS to PharmD (P3)/MPH student Diana DeVore for being honored with the 2017 Touro University California Public Health Hero (Student) Award. This award highlights her significant contributions and commitment to public health service during her academic tenure in the Master's of Public Health Program.
KUDOS to Dr. Jeremiah Duby, Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, and his colleagues for their paper, "Prevalence and Course of Atrial Fibrillation in Critically Ill Trauma Patients," which was published in the Journal of Intensive Care Medicine.
CONGRATULATIONS: The California Pharmacists Association (CPhA) granted Touro University California its 2017 Chapter of Excellence Award. This is the second year in a row that our students received this award, which was announced at the Westcoast Pharmacy Exchange last week in Palm Springs.
BIG GAME: It was a fierce competition last night! I was so proud of the COP members of TUC's team: Tony Abuyaghi, Bryan Okereke, Edward Wang, and Nathaniel Calloway. Their hard work, discipline, team spirit, quiet leadership, sportsmanship, and professionalism were on display for all to see. Kudos also to Dr. Gordon McCarter, Assistant Dean of Pharmacy Student Services, who travelled with the team as a chaperone.
KUDOs to Tony Williams and Dr. Susan Heimer, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, who represented Touro University California College of Pharmacy at the University of California Irvine's 4th Annual Pre-Pharmacy Day. The event was highly successful and we received great commentary from the attendees about TUC COP after the event. We are proud of the achievements of our UCI alumni and look forward to continued collaborations with UCI's outstanding pre-pharmacy organizations and programs.
CONGRATULATIONS to the following students in the College of Pharmacy who were awarded Student Government Association (SGA) Travel Funds Scholarship (TFS) for Spring 2017:
Brienna Andrews, Helen Berhane, Michelle England, Ampreet Gill, Ryan Hoh, Julia Lui, Yewande Samuel, and Jason Xie.
BIG GAME: Tonight in Las Vegas. Cheer on TUC at Coronado High School or live stream the event: http://tu.edu/biggame/. Representing the College of Pharmacy are: Nathaniel Calloway, Edward Wang, Bryan Okereke, and Tony Abuyaghi.
FACULTY AND STAFF TOWN HALL: Shelley Berkley, CEO & Senior Provost and Dr. Marilyn Hopkins, Provost & COO invite all faculty and staff to a Town Hall today: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at Noon in the Lander Hall Auditorium.
FREE CE: Bi-annual AHS CE day will offer 4 hours of CE credit.
Date: Saturday, April 1, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Place: Highland Hospital (1411 E. 31st Street, Oakland) - Highland Care Pavilion Conference Room A, B, C
VALOR PROGRAM: The VA Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) Pharmacy Service is now accepting applications for its Pharmacy VA Learning Opportunities Residency (VALOR). The program gives well qualified, P3 students an opportunity to get an “insider’s view” of VA Pharmacy, with 400 hours of experience in many aspects of VA pharmacy practice including Inpatient and Outpatient Pharmacy, IV Room experience, and Ambulatory Care. The deadline for applications is March 17, 2017.
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY FROM CSHP: Two scholarships are available for California Pharmacy Students - Application deadlines are June 30, 2017. Scholarships will be awarded at Seminar 2017 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.
Joseph H. Beckerman Memorial Scholarship - Joseph H. Beckerman was devoted to health-system pharmacy as a profession. He was recognized as a mentor to hundreds of students and young pharmacists. The scholarship fund's purpose is to continue his vision of health-system pharmacy as an integral component to the delivery of health care in this country.
John J. Carbone Memorial Scholarship - John J. Carbone was a founding member of the CSHP Research and Education Foundation and committed to education, leadership and the pharmacy profession. This scholarship will provide academic scholarships to future pharmacy leaders who demonstrate characteristics of ethical behavior, professionalism, leadership, caring and compassion. If you have any questions regarding these applications please email email@example.com or call the office at 916-447-1033.
AMCP P&T COMPETITION FINALISTS: The Touro University California College of Pharmacy Team, comprised of Jinjing Cheng, Kevin Cheung, Jason Xie, and Tony Vu will be competing in Denver against teams from the following schools: Mercer University, Ohio Northeastern University, UNC Eschelman, University of Iowa, University of Minnesota, University of the Pacific, and University of Washington.
ALUMNI SOCIAL: All alumni (plus a guest) who live or work in Solano County are invited to attend on Monday, February 27 at the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce. The deadline to RSVP has been extended to this Friday, February 24.
SUPPORT YOUR AMCP P&T TEAM: On Wednesday, February 22, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Farragut Inn, the members of Touro University California's Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Pharmacy and Therapeutic (P&T) Competition team will be presenting their winning project for the school. Jason Xie, Kevin Cheung, Jinjing Cheng, and Tony Vu will be representing TUC COP at the national competition in Denver, CO this March.
NEW IPhO CHAPTER: Congratulations to the leadership team of Danielle Thanh and Dr. Mohamed Jalloh, who spearheaded the effort to get approval for a new Industry Pharmacists Organization (IPhO) chapter at Touro University California.17
FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY: in Health Economics, Outcomes Research and Pharmacogenomics.
KUDOS to Brienna Andrews, Pamela Lekhter, Helen Berhane, and Caroline Farr who are representing Touro University California's CAPSLEAD team in presenting their research, "Effect of personal background on the perceptions of professionalism in pharmacy school didactic years," as a poster presentation at the upcoming CPhA meeting in Palm Springs.
KUDOS to Diana Devore (P3/Class of 2018) who was invited as a CSHP representative at the Califonia Department of Public Health (CDHP) Diabetes Program meeting in Sacramento.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Diablo Society of Health-System Pharmacists for receiving the maximum $1000 award from the CSHP Regional Chapter Grant Program to support their Annual Diabetes Community Outreach Program.
KUDOS to Dr. Emily Chan, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, who will be giving the following talk, "Patient-Centered Hepatitis C Management and Practice: Connecting the Dots from the Primary Care Clinic to the Pharmacy" at the upcoming CPhA meeting in Palm Springs, CA.
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: The Touro University California College of Pharmacy is offering a $10,000 Diversity Scholarship to one student for this 2016/2017 academic year. The College of Pharmacy Diversity Scholarship recognizes an exemplary student from an underrepresented or disadvantaged background who is committed to serving people from all backgrounds with respect, compassion, and distinction. Deadline: Friday, March 17. Check your email for additional information.
CONGRATULATIONS to the following members of the Class of 2020 who were selected to represent Touro University California in this year's CAPSLEAD (California Pharmacy Student Leadership) program: Manpreet Kaur, Jacob Long, Fu Sang Luk, Jordan Mar, Diana Nguyen, Tatiana Ouabo, Jasmeet Singh, and Bobby Wu.
KUDOS to Dr. Shane Desselle, Professor of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences, for getting his special session proposal, "Organizational Culture and Citizenship Behaviors to Facilitate Planning, Faculty Quality of Worklife, and Institutional Effectiveness" for presentation at the 2017 AACP Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN.
STUDY APPS: Come and learn about different study apps that may help enhance your studies. Firecracker, Osmosis, Anki, Quizlet,and Mind mapping will be discussed. February 16 from 12:10 –12:50, in the Library Annex 118.
KUDOs to Jenny Nguyen who was accepted for a rotation in the Office of Bioequivalence, Office of Generic Drugs at the Food and Drug Administration.
Invitation to our Spring 2017 Open House - Friday, February 24, 2017
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- College of Pharmacy students elected to the Student Government Association (2017-2018), effective 2/1/2017:
- President: Catherine Weir
- VP of Student Affairs: Katherine Farley
- VP of Archives: Christina Choy-Sanchez (COP, Class of 2020)
- VP of Finance: Justin Nguyen
- VP of Alumni Affairs: Jesse Nguyen (COP, Class of 2020)
- VP of Academics: Samantha Antonio (COP, Class of 2020)
- VP of Communications: Michelle Huang (COP, Class of 2020)
- VP of Social: Mohammad Habib
- VP of Information Technology: Kshma Kulkami
- VP of Insurance/Student Health: Katelyn Dang (COP. Class of 2020)
- VP of Community Outreach: Diana Nguyen (COP, Class of 2020)
- VP of Athletics: Nathaniel Calloway (COP, Class of 2020)
- KUDOS to Dr. Nathalie Bergeron, Professor of Biological Sciences, Dr. Sebastian Al-Saiegh (Class of 2016), and Dr. Eric Ip, Chair of Clinical Sciences, for acceptance of their paper, "Do California Pharmacy and Medical Students Practice What They Preach? An Analysis of Dietary and Lifestyle Practices, " in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
- KUDOS to Dr. Rae Matsumoto, Dean, and her colleagues for publication of their paper, "Benzylideneoxymorphone: A new lead for development of bifunctional mu/delta opioid receptor ligands" in Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters.
- KUDOS to Dr. Kevin Ita, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, for acceptance of his paper, "Dermal/transdermal delivery of small interfering RNA and antisense oligonucleotides- advances and hurdles," in the journal Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Adrian Palisoc, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, on recently passing the Board Certified Critical Care Pharmacist (BCCCP) Exam! This is his second board certification, previously earning a BCPS.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Anh "Andy" Do, TUC COP Class of 2014, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, and Pharmacy Supervisor - Oncology/Infusion Center Services for Kaiser Permanente Napa Solano service area, who has been elected to the DSHP (Diablo chapter of CSHP) position of New Practitioner Director.
- CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Keith Yoshizuka, Associate Professor and Chair of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences and Assistant Dean for Administration, who has been elected to the DSHP (Diablo chapter of California Society of Health-System Pharmacists) position of President Elect!
- CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Alison McCormick, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, who was awarded a two-year, $413,125 R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for her project: “Virus-DNA-Virus Hybrid Vaccines for the Prevention of Influenza.”
- SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: The 2017 AMCP Foundation/ Allergan Plc Specialized Summer Internship Program in Health Outcomes deadline is coming up: January 20, 2017. PharmD students enrolled full-time in an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy during the 2016-2017 school year with anticipated graduation in 2018 or 2019 are eligible: apply.amcpfoundation.org.
- SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: The 2017 AMCP Foundation Pfizer Summer Internship application deadline has been extended to January 27, 2017. PharmD students enrolled full-time in an ACPE-accredited school or college of pharmacy during the 2016-2017 school year with anticipated graduation in 2018 or 2019 are eligible to apply: apply.amcpfoundation.org.
- During a time when Americans’ confidence in many U.S. institutions has declined, the public rated pharmacists as the second most honest and ethical profession in America, with an 67 percent rating of high/very high, according to a recently released Gallup survey.
- KUDOS to Yewande Samuel, Helen Berhane, Jonathan Khakshooy, and Trang Tran for acceptance of their presentation at the upcoming APhA meeting in San Francisco: "Health Care Providers’ Perspectives on Effective Written Communication for Clinical Practice." The project was conducted under the mentorship of Dr. Shane Desselle and Dr. Patricia Shane of Touro University California and Dr. David Latif at the University of Charleston.
- KUDOS to Leela Raja, Brienna Andrews, and Julia Lui for acceptance of their presentation at the upcoming APhA meeting in San Francisco: "A Measure of Organizational Culture in Academic Pharmacy Derived from a Panel of Experts." The project was conducted under the mentorship of Dr. Shane Desselle, Professor of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences.
- KUDOS to Ryan Hoh, Amanpreet Gill, and Lemuel Zamora for acceptance of their presentation at the upcoming APhA meeting in San Francisco: "Characterizing the Commitment of CPhTs: A Nationwide Study." The project was conducted under the mentorship of Dr. Shane Desselle, Professor of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences, along with collaborators Meagen Rosenthal and Erin Holmes at the University of Mississippi.
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