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  • PGx master’s student publishes research

    by User Not Found | May 10, 2021

    Posted May 10 – A Manchester student pursuing a master’s degree in pharmacogenomics, Amy J. Turner, has co-published research on “Identification of CYP2D6 Haplotypes that Interfere with Commonly Used Assays for Copy Number Variation Characterization” in the May 2021 edition of The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics.

  • Singh publishes research in Clinical Biomechanics

    by User Not Found | May 10, 2021

    Posted May 10 - Bhupinder Singh, director of physical therapy, has co-published research on “The effects of adiposity, muscular strength, cardiorespiratory fitness, and fatigue on gait biomechanics in overweight and obese children” in the April 2021 edition of Clinical Biomechanics.


  • Reed’s composition accepted for NYC music festival

    by User Not Found | May 03, 2021

    Posted May 3 - A composition by Tim Reed, associate professor of music, will be presented at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival. “Rafah Crossing” is a composition for cello and electroacoustic fixed media. The conference will be virtual because of COVID-19.

     

  • Williams chosen for Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana

    by User Not Found | Apr 16, 2021

    Posted April 16 - Tayshia Williams, human resources generalist and facilities coordinator, has been chosen for Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) Leadership Institute Class of 2021. In its 16th year, YLNI’s Leadership Institute connects young professionals with their peers and their community as they advance in their career skills. 

     

     

  • Rospond elected to statewide pharmacy board

    by User Not Found | Apr 16, 2021

    Posted April 16 - Raylene Rospond, associate dean of clinical affairs and outreach, has been elected board member at-large for the Indiana Academy of Non-Traditional Pharmacists. 

     

  • McCafferty to lead pharmacy ethics interest group

    by User Not Found | Apr 16, 2021

    Posted April 16 - Renee McCafferty, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has been elected to serve as chair-elect of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Ethics Special Interest Group.

     

  • Kim represents MU in state student pharmacist group

    by User Not Found | Apr 16, 2021

    Posted April 16 - First-year pharmacy student Jason Kim was elected as Manchester’s representative to the Indiana Academy of Student Pharmacists (IASP). 

     

     

  • Seven pharmacy faculty accept Spring #RxWritingChallenge

    by User Not Found | Apr 16, 2021

    Posted April 16 - Seven Pharmacy Program faculty members accepted the 14-day Spring #RxWritingChallenge. Between March 22 and April 4, they collectively logged more than 40 hours of time writing on outlines, literature searches, IRB applications, grants, continuing education, manuscripts, reference lists, peer reviews, data analysis and other projects that moved their writing forward. Congratulations to Laura Bollinger, Diane Calinski, Jennifer Campbell, Teresa DeLellis, Kathryn Marwitz, Marwa Noureldin and Tom Smith.

     

     

  • Campbell, Calinski interviewed on WFFT Fox 55 News

    by User Not Found | Apr 16, 2021

    Posted April 16 - Jennifer Campbell, associate dean of academic programs and professor of pharmacy practice, and Diane Calinski, vice chair of pharmaceutical sciences and associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacogenomics, talked with WFFT Fox 55 News reporter Nico Pennisi about Manchester’s plan to resume in-person instruction for Fall 2021. Learn more

     

     

  • Gohn presents research at professional symposium

    by User Not Found | Apr 12, 2021

    Posted April 12 - Cassie Gohn, assistant professor of biology, presented her research April 9 at the Beyond Boundaries Indiana Academies Symposium.  Her project, The effect of maternal cannabidiol oil use on murine prenatal development, is a compilation of data collected by her student researchers in BIOL-108L (2020 Spring cohort) and MU seniors Kendra Davis and Hallie Sorg.