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  • Marwitz presents at a meeting and virtual roundtable

    by Melinda Lantz | Oct 18, 2021

    Posted Oct. 18 - Kathryn Marwitz, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, presented on “Battling Misinformation for Clinicians and Patients” at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Meeting in October. She also presented in a virtual roundtable on the “Impact of Nitrosamine Medication Recalls on Community Pharmacy Practice: A Descriptive Survey-based Analysis” at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in October. 

  • Chambers publishes work, presents poster

    by Melinda Lantz | Oct 18, 2021

    Posted Oct. 18 - Joseph Chambers, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacogenomics, has co-published an article, “Genetic variation in alcoholism and opioid addiction susceptibility and treatment: a pharmacogenomic approach,” in AIMS Molecular Science. 2021, Vol. 8, Issue 4. Read the article here. He also presented a poster, “Developing an In Vivo Model to Study Pharmacogenomics Using Zebrafish,” at the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute Annual Meeting in September and The Zebrafish Disease Modeling Society International Conference in October. 

     

  • DeLellis will present to American Geriatrics Society

    by Melinda Lantz | Oct 18, 2021

    Posted Oct. 18 - Teresa DeLellis, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has been selected to present the 2022 Pharmacotherapy Update for the American Geriatrics Society at its 2022 annual meeting. 

  • Gould teaching first-year course

    by Melinda Lantz | Oct 18, 2021

    Posted Oct. 18 - McKenzie Gould, graduate admissions advisor, is teaching a My Manchester Experience course, which includes more than 20 first-year students with an interest in health sciences. The course coordinator, Gould is introducing the students to career options, discussing financial literacy, and helping them prepare for graduate and professional programs. 

  • ACCP recognizes Beckett’s work

    by Melinda Lantz | Oct 18, 2021

    Posted Oct. 18 - The American College of Clinical Pharmacists (ACCP) have recognized Rob Beckett, associate professor of pharmacy practice, for his outstanding work as a reviewer of the Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program (PSAP). PSAP reviewers ensure the accuracy and relevance of the material, gauge how well the items assess mastery of the learning objectives, and offer suggestions for improvement to the authors.  

     

  • Dargo co-presents at CAATE conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Oct 18, 2021

    Oct. 18 - Lucas Dargo, director of the Master of Athletic Training Program, co-presented at the recent Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) Accreditation Conference in Orlando, Fla. Dargo was part of the panel and group discussion on Cultural Competency in AT Education: Advocating for the Health Needs of All Patients, Communities and Populations. 

     

  • DeLellis appointed chair of Geriatric SIG Webinar Committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2021

    Posted Sept. 17 – Teresa DeLellis, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has been appointed chair of the Geriatric SIG Webinar Committee of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.

     

  • Cogley-Pifko earns professional management certificate

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 17, 2021

    Posted Sept. 17 – Julie Cogley-Pifko, assistant director of admissions and enrollment management, has completed her completion professional certificate in supervisory management from Michigan State University.


  • Stetzel, Schilling, Potts to present at national conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Sep 14, 2021

    Posted Sept. 14 - Members of the Henney Department of Education faculty have been accepted to present at the annual conference of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. It is the discipline’s national organization. They are Stacy Stetzel, associate professor and chair; Heather Schilling, director of teacher education and professor of education; and Mistie Potts, assistant professor of education.

    They will present about the rubric validation process they have conducted over the past two years.  The conference will be March 4-6 in New Orleans.

     

  • Marwitz co-authors in Journal of Public Health

    by Melinda Lantz | Aug 19, 2021

    Posted Aug. 19 – Kathryn Marwitz, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, is a co-author of “Support pharmacy infrastructure to strengthen US COVID-19 vaccination efforts and beyond” which appears in the Journal of Public Health 2021. She also co-presented “Building Bridges with APHA Colleagues” in a virtual panel discussion of the American Public Health Association Occupational Health and Safety Section Midyear Meeting in July.