EMSOP Students Receive Proclamation
The first Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference was held on September 21-22, 2019 at the University of Maryland
Philanthropy creates a space for meditation, reflection, and pause at EMSOP
DMHAS Opioid Summit September 20, 2019 in Atlantic City
Innovations in Dermatological Sciences Young Scientist Mentor Program September 8-10, 2019
This is the 2nd year in a row that SNPhA has received this award/recognition!
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (July 16, 2019) — The National Community Pharmacists Association announced the top teams of pharmacy students who are finalists in the 2019 Good Neighbor Pharmacy NCPA Pruitt-Schutte Student Business Plan Competition and our Ernest Mario School of...
Congratulations to Julia Zhang, Ph.D., winner of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Best Abstract Award!
Joyce Lam, EMSOP Class of 2020, APhA-ASP/IPSF, has won the 2019 Inter-Regional Online International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation Patient Counseling Competition.
Congratulations to Gian King (2020), Jason Dorr ( 2021), Andy Ji (2021), and Prince-Harry Mangondato (2020)!
Pharmacy Research Day 2019 was a huge success! This event, was open to the public and highlighted research of our PharmD students, graduate students, postdoctoral and industry fellows, and PharmD residents.
Congratulations to: Mansi Modi, Reena Ketkar, Cathi Choi, Minsu Kim, Jason Dorr, Dan Chen, Yoonsun Choi, Helena Zhang, Rax Wang, Jill Desai Not pictured: William Chen Read more.
Rachel Meyers, PharmD, FPPAG has been inducted as a Fellow of the Pediatric Pharmacy Association,. She has been recognized for this honor because she Has distinguished herself in the profession and demonstrated sustained practice excellence and professionalism in...
2019 Award Winners It is our honor to announce this distinguished group of 2019 Scientific Achievement Award winners who are being recognized for their excellence in the pharmacology field. Richard Okita Early Career Award in Drug Metabolism and Disposition Lauren...
Dr. Lauren Aleksunes – Uses her expertise in toxicology to help solve the problem of rapid, animal-free testing for chemical toxicity
Using animals to test the toxicity of chemicals may eventually become outdated thanks to a low-cost, high-speed algorithm developed by researchers at Rutgers and other universities. Read more.
The Ciclovia Health Fair was a collaboration with multiple student organizations: AMCP, ACCP, APhA, PPAG, SNPhA, NHPA, NJSHP, and XAE. We were able to provide free diabetes and blood pressure screenings for a total of 86 patients while providing free educational...
The first thing students saw as they filtered into Shivani Gupta’s classroom was one word—pharmily—written on the chalkboard. Gupta, a third-year PharmD candidate at the School of Pharmacy, was there to share her passion for pharmacy with first-year Rutgers students...
Congratulations to our AMCP team: we won 2nd place in the tough nationwide AMCP P&T Competition for 2019: Our team: Eric Zhu, Sonia Kim, Cassidy Treanor, Jessica Xiao And special thanks to Professor Saira Jan, faculty advisor and Rutgers judges, Drs. Saira Jan,...