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Dr. Martha Rumore named to ACPE Board of Directors

February 16, 2016

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.

ACPE Update

Small Fix Could Yield Big Benefits by Reducing Falls in Hospitalized Seniors

June 24, 2015

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.

5 Towns Jewish Times

Touro College of Pharmacy in Harlem Graduates 4th Class

June 09, 2015

92 graduating students of the fourth class of the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) received their PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy) degrees

Harlem World Magazine

Dr. Mary Choy Recipient of Immunization Champion Award

June 01, 2015

Dr. Mary Choy is recognized for her dedication to eliminating health disparities among minority groups and low-income families. 


American Pharmacists Association APhA

A look at coagulation assays for target-specific oral anticoagulants

May 19, 2015

Dr. Shreya Patel, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the Touro College of Pharmacy, writes about how specific oral anticoagulants have emerged as alternative therapeutic options for the management of thrombembolic disorders.

Healio-Cardiology Today

Marijuana Compounds: A Non-Conventional Therapeutic Approach to Epilepsy in Children

April 21, 2015

Dr. Mariana Babayeva and Dr. Paramita Basu of the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences along with two students, Malka Fuzailov and Paulina Rozenfeld, write about the use of marijuana in the treatment of pediatric epilepsy.

Herald Scholarly Open Access