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.
Dr. Emil Joseph,Touro College of Pharmacy class of 2016, wins prestigious award
Asst. Surgeon General USPH RADM Pamela M. Schweitzer Tells Touro Graduates To “Build a Culture of Prevention"
Members of the Touro College of Pharmacy Class of 2016 received their doctor of pharmacy degrees last week and heard words of inspiration from keynote speaker – Rear Admiral Pamela M. Schweitzer, Pharm.D., United States Public Health Service, assistant surgeon general 10th chief professional officer, pharmacy and first woman appointed to this post.
Rapper and CEO of Pendulum Records, Transcript, completes his PharmD degree at Touro College of Pharmacy as a member of the class of 2016
The ASHP-SSHP chapter at Touro College of Pharmacy is finishing up a great year of community outreach, national presentations, and residency preparation. It has been an active and successful year!
Touro College of Pharmacy's Dr. Rebecca Cope on barriers for HCV treatment
Dr. Zvi Loewy has been involved in pharmacogenomics for several decades, and is enthusiastic that the topic is required learning for pharmacy students today.
Touro College of Pharmacy places among the 9 schools in 2015 with a 100% passing rate for the exam, which tests students on both federal and state-specific legal topics.
Touro College of Pharmacy's 2+2 curriculum is paying big dividends for students and their future employers
Dean Henry Cohen assumed his new role in January 2016, and shared his vision for the Touro College of Pharmacy with Pharmacy Careers. He expressed a desire to promote interprofessional education and grow research and scholarship opportunities opening the door for students to find residencies and fellowships.
Dr. Martha Rumore, a Fellow of the American Pharmacists Association and TCOP Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Law and Drug Information, was appointed to the ACPE Board of Directors. Members of the ACPE Board are responsible for implementing ACPE’s mission and purpose and ensuring effective organizational planning. Board members make all accreditation and certification decisions, establish, prioritize and evaluate ACPE programs and promote the organization’s public image.
Severe life-threatening anaphylactoid reaction due to indigotindisulfonate following intravenous administration
Touro College of Pharmacy students recently participated in the school’s third annual “Operation Immunization,” a public health initiative organized by the approximately 70-member student chapter of the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP).
Touro College of Pharmacy student leaders walked away with numerous top awards and scholarships at the 2015 Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) national conference. Olawonuola Abiona (P4), Basirat Adeyemi (P4), Sefa Kploanyi (P3) and Justice Kwansa (P2) proudly represented Touro College of Pharmacy and acknowledged their advisor, Dr. Joyce Addo-Atuah, for her tireless efforts and very caring mentorship
Rebecca Salbu, Pharm.D., CGP, an associate professor at Touro College of Pharmacy, lead a new study about the connection between falls in older patients and the medications they take . According to research presented at Touro College Research Day, a simple change to a hospital’s drug ordering system reduces the risk that older people will receive dangerously high doses of medication. Some drugs are not recommended for older people at all because they can increase the risk of falls, while others need to be given at lower doses in order to be safe.