Featured Stories tagged with "touro"

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The women who had come to the makeshift “health camps” to see the student pharmacists from Harlem had ongoing pain in their bones. Some were so thin that their gaunt arms would not hold a blood pressure cuff. One man had collected so many medications that he stuffed them into two shopping bags and brought them to the camp to be sorted, identified and ultimately thrown away.
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Chris Mendoza, who will receive his Doctor of Pharmacy in May 2016, dreamed of becoming a federal pharmacist--and he is now officially a federal pharmacy resident of the United States Department of Health and Human Services! Chris will be stationed in Gallup, New Mexico, one of the top clinical sites within the Indian Health Service.  
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Nevada-native Chris Mendoza won first place in Touro College of Pharmacy (TouroCOP)’s Patient Counseling Competition  hosted by the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP).
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It’s that time of year again where the good weather brings out good causes to walk for. For the second year in a row, the College of Pharmacy, led by our SNPhA organization, fundraised to support programs in our community that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies.
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As a child, Saera Murtaza was used to having unusual family vacations. Instead of Disneyland or the trips to Europe her Long Island friends took, Murtaza, with her parents and siblings, visited her extended family in a rural village outside of Peshawar in Pakistan.
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If you’re thinking about pharmacy as a career, read on to learn the basics. Here are some answers to key questions you may have regarding the necessary training, starting salary, a typical day in the workplace and more.
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As the 2013 graduates of Touro College of Pharmacy head out to their new careers, they leave behind some advice for the incoming class.
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Attaining his Pharm.D. is only the first step for Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) P2 Alexander Agyei Marfo. Once he finishes his Pharm.D., Agyei Marfo intends to work in the pharmaceutical world for several years while earning an MBA. After that, he hopes to start a hedge fund with a focus on the pharmaceutical industry.
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India, Nigeria, Philippines, Vietnam, China, Korea, Jamaica, Ghana, Hawaii, Cameroon, Bangladesh and Israel were just a few of the countries represented at the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) fourth annual Multicultural Day. 
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"I walked into CVS one day because I wanted to get inside of the job," says Valerie Atong, a P1 student at the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) who worked as a pharmacy technician for ten years in Atlanta, Georgia. "It was something I always wanted to do...and the rest is history."