Featured Stories tagged with "TCOP"

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Donning their white coats for the first time was an emotional experience for the eighty-five students of Touro College of Pharmacy’s (TCOP) Class of 2020. 
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The scene: hundreds of P1-P4 white-coated pharmacy students. The venue: The Hart Lounge and Auditorium at the EGG in Albany, New York. The speakers: New York State assemblymen, and presidents of pharmaceutical societies. 
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On the eve of commencement, outstanding Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) graduates, as well as the top students and faculty of the 2014-2015 academic year, were honored at the annual awards ceremony and banquet held at the Alhambra Ballroom in Harlem, New York.
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During the event, Dr. Alexander and Mr. Silverman spoke about the progression of their career paths, challenges that industry-pharmacists may be facing in the future, and the soft skills necessary to succeed in the profession…that industry-based pharmacists aren’t taught in school. Here are the seven strategies Mr. Silverman promised will help pharmacists pursue and advance their industry careers:
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On Nov. 16, 68 first-year TCOP students donned their white coats for the first time, symbolically marking the start of a new chapter in their lives.
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Students in TCOP’s Global Health class received a closer look at the issues facing global health with a guided tour of the United Nations building on November 14.
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Touro College of Pharmacy’s Student College of Clinical Pharmacy (SCCP) chapter, under the guidance of faculty advisor Dr. Nataliya Shinkazh, hosted two alumni last month. Dr. Priya Somnarain, Clinical Pharmacist at Harlem Hospital, and Dr. Charrai Byrd, Clinical/Operations Pharmacy Manager for New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Director at Large for New York City Society of Health System Pharmacists, shared their respective journeys to becoming successful hospital pharmacists. 
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At sixteen, Mehranian immigrated to the United States with her family from Tehran, Iran. With a limited grasp of English, her teachers told her it was almost impossible for her to graduate high school at the age of eighteen. Mehranian didn’t agree. She enrolled in night school to learn English while completing her high school curriculum.
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When the financial collapse happened in 2008, Sybil Goday-Pena decided to make an investment in herself.
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TCOP students welcomed a group of sixty Harlem seniors for an informative day dedicated to health and wellness on April 27.