Featured Stories tagged with "tcop"

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For one Touro College of Pharmacy student, a personal tragedy led to a life’s calling
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Approximately sixty pharmacy preceptors arrived at the Touro College of Pharmacy this past week for an Evening of Appreciation and Preceptor Development Workshop. After some light dinner, student volunteers—under the leadership of the SGA (Student Government Association)—met with their preceptors and thanked them for all their dedication in a short appreciation video. 
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Take just his third academic year at the Touro College of Pharmacy as a snapshot of Steven Elrod\'s commitment to improving people\'s lives. Now completing a pharmacy residency in ambulatory care at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, Elrod’s pharmacy school days included traveling to the slums of India to counsel residents on medication use; educating children in Harlem about healthy eating; and spreading the word to high school students about the dangers of popping pills. 
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Last year, Assistant Clinical Professor in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice Dr. Nataliya Shinkazh organized the ADA-StepOut Walk, which raised $3,000 dollars for the ADA. This year, she was one of the faculty supervisors for the 2015 ADA-SNPhA Diabetes Expo at the Javitz Convention Center. We spoke to Dr. Shinkazh about her expertise in diabetes, passion for teaching, and love of Kung-Fu.
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Use your units: be careful with those calculations. Keep up with guidelines. Remember that you\'re never treating just one patient: your treatment has ripple effects on patients\' families and communities. Be a lifelong learner.
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“This evening, we validate and recognize our brightest and our best students--who excel as members of societies and communities locally, regionally, and nationally--for their exemplary work,” began Dean of the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP), Dr. Henry Cohen, in his welcoming remarks at the commencement banquet held on Tuesday, May 24, 2016.
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Ever since I was a child, I dreamed of one day serving on a medical mission overseas and making a global impact. 
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When Emmanuel Knight used to think about the job he might one day hold, his mind always went to computer science: since he was a child, he was always playing with the newest tech gadgets on the market, and he was the go-to guy in his family when a computer issue needed to be solved. But the 28-year old current academic fellow at the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP), originally from Buffalo, NY, says it was a chance encounter at the grocery store in which he worked during college that changed the course of his future career.
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Before he was a graduate of Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) and a PGY-1 resident at Brooklyn Hospital Center—a coveted and highly-competitive slot for graduating pharmacy students seeking work in academia—Victor Chen, 32, was toiling away doing research in a lab as an employee of Pall Corporation, which supplies high-tech filtration, separation and purification products. It was a natural fit for someone who had majored in biochemistry at Stony Brook University but, Chen quickly realized, it lacked a vital component for him.
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Just several weeks after registering for classes, orienting themselves to campus and settling into classes, the one hundred newest members of the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) found themselves standing on line in front of family, friends, and faculty as they waited to be robed into the white coats they had draped across their arms.