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  • Ades writes feature for state pharmacists’ journal

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Congratulations to Ryan Ades, assistant director of experiential education and assistant professor of pharmacy practice, for his article featured in the Summer 2019 IN Pharmacist –The Official Journal of the Indiana Pharmacists Association. In his role as president of the Indiana Academy of Community Pharmacists (IACP), Ryan wrote “The Value of IPA Membership.”

     

  • Smith, Dabaja and Farhat publish their research

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Tom Smith, associate professor of pharmacy practice and pharmacogenomics, and fourth-year pharmacy students Marwah Dabaja and Marwa Farhat have published their research article titled ““Possible Varenicline Withdrawal-Induced Akathisia: A Case Report” in the Mental Health Clinician.

  • Mohan, Kheir publish article on Parkinson’s disease

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Shekher Mohan, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Engy Kheir ’19 Pharm.D. have published an article in Pharmacy Times titled “Management and Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.” Shekher noted that Engy worked hard during her time as an APPE student with him last year and demonstrated excellent writing skills. He has encouraged her to continue pursuing writing even as she begins her career as a pharmacist. You can read their article here.

     

  • Abdelmageed, Amin, Farhat publish in Journal of Religion and Health

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Congratulations to Ahmed Abdelmageed, assistant dean of alumni and community engagement; Mohamed Amin; and fourth-year pharmacy student Marwa Farhat on the publication of “Communicating with Clinicians on Fasting during Ramadan: The Patients’ Perspective” in The Journal of Religion and Health, September 2019. You can read the article here

     

  • Tommy Smith elected to Embassy Theatre board

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Congratulations to Tommy Smith on his election to the Embassy Theatre Board of Directors. Tommy is dean of pharmacy programs and professor of pharmaceutical sciences. 

     

  • Lauck earns highest honor dean’s list

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Kudos to Sarah Lauck, administrative assistant at the Fort Wayne campus, who is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in business from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. Sarah was named to the Dean’s Highest Honor List last semester with a GPA of 3.9-4.0. 

     

  • Cogley-Pifko serves on panel about graduate school

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Congratulations to Julie Cogley-Pifko, assistant director of admissions and enrollment, for being selected to serve on a panel at Purdue University’s Grad Expo Sept. 22 and 23. The discussion topic is “How to Make Yourself Stand Out When Applying to Grad School.”

     

  • Ades will serve on AACP committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Congratulations to Ryan Ades, assistant director of experiential education and assistant professor of pharmacy practice. Ryan has been appointed to the Self-Care Therapeutics/Nonprescription Medicine SIG’s Programming Committee of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Ryan will help provide programming in the form of webinars and the AACP Annual Meeting. 

     

  • Hetrick named to advisory committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Greg Hetrick, director of admissions and enrollment management, has been appointed to a one-year term on a new Admissions Workshop Advisory Committee of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.  The new committee will counsel on programming with a goal of providing relevant content to enhance the annual admissions workshop. 

     

  • Faculty represent Manchester at IPTeC Conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2019

    Posted Sept. 17 - Several faculty members represented Manchester at the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program (IPTeC) Conference Aug. 15-16, 2019, at Butler University. The conference provided pharmacy residents, fellows, graduate students, and pharmacists with an opportunity to enhance their teaching skills.

    Topic leaders at the conference included:

    Rob Beckett, Designing an Effective Educational Section; Sarah Gordon, Panel Discussion on Precepting Experiences; Dusty Linn, Effectively Integrating Experiential Students into Clinical Practice; Sara Trovinger, Experiential Advice from Above: Directors of Experiential Education; and Andrea Wilhite, Establishing Classroom Rapport.

    Brian Skinner also contributed to a panel discussion on life as a young faculty member.