American Pharmacist Association/APhA

APhA, founded in 1852, was the first national professional society of pharmacists. It remains the largest association of pharmacists in the U.S., with more than 60,000 practicing pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, student pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and others interested in advancing the profession. Through information, education, and advocacy, APhA empowers its members to improve medication use and advance patient care by providing timely and accurate information; raising of the role of pharmacists as essential in patient care; providing state-of-the-art resources to enhance members' continuing professional development; educating and influencing legislators, policymakers, regulators, and the public; and creating unique opportunities for members to connect and share with their peers across practice settings. 

 

Faculty Advisers: Dr. Dipan RayDr. Rebecca Kavanagh
apha@touro.edu.

  • President: Martina Jacob
  • Vice President: Alison Ip
  • Communications Vice President: Arlene Fontanilla
  • International Vice President: Yoola Kim
  • Membership Vice President: Kaitlyn Infante
  • Patient Care Vice President: Yangchen Tunden
  • Policy Vice President: Dana Darwish
  • NJPhA Vice President: Kristie Abdelmalak