Members of the Class of the 2018 Touro College of Pharmacy received their Doctor of Pharmacy degrees.
Research at the Touro College of Pharmacy in New York revealed cannabis may also slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease. Touro cited laboratory evidence that the antioxidant properties prevented neuron damage.
Slowing the decline in loss of physical function for patients suffering with of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Community-Acquired Pneumonia or CAP is one of the most common causes of severe sepsis and infectious causes of death in adults in the United States
Students from Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) in New York City visited the United Nations recently as part of a special Global Health class taught at the Harlem campus.
Touro College of Pharmacy's Career Fair and Residency Showcase prepares students for postgraduate opportunities
New York Medical College and Touro College of Pharmacy Team to Offer Pharmacogenomics CME Course Sponsored by Admera Health
Touro College of Pharmacy advances healthcare education to include pharmacogenomics
Touro College of Pharmacy and Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine launch course in cultural competency.
As part of the 'Say No to Drugs' campaign at the Hyde Leadership Charter School in the Bronx, Touro College of Pharmacy APhA and PPH students educate middle school students on the dangers of prescription drug abuse and how to practice safe medication use. Video courtesy of Bronx News 12.
Could a treatment for Parkinson’s symptoms already be available? Listen to Dr. Zvi Loewy as he shares a somewhat unlikely source of relief.
Christine Nguyen, TCOP Pharm.D. 2017, candidate shares her pharmacy journey
The World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health estimate that nearly half of Americans do not consume the recommended daily amount of magnesium in their diet.
As the recipient of the 2016 ASHP and Association of Black Health-System Pharmacists (ABHP) Leadership Award, Dr. Mary Choy was acknowledged for her efforts and dedication in promoting cultural awareness and improving health literacy.
Findings from a new review suggest symptoms of Parkinson's disease could be improved with the use of marijuana.
Touro College of Pharmacy's Dr. Mary Choy acknowledged at the 2016 ASHP conference.
Class of 2016 graduates, Hoang Hguyen and Peter Hoang on the importance of mentorship.
As useful as opioids are, not every patient responds to opioids the same way, some patients simply do not get the same pain relief from typical doses.
Adverse drug reactions have been estimated to be the third leading cause of death in the United States
Dr. Zvi Loewy of Fair Lawn helped develop the first one-step glucose tester for diabetics. It recently won FDA approval and will soon go on the market.
Mayer Goldberg, Pharm.D., Touro College of Pharmacy class of 2016 to join Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center as a pharmacy resident.