P3 student Kaitlin Ganley (right) accepts award from Marilyn Morris, Pharmaceutical Science.
To earn recognition, students must exhibit academic excellence in a variety of courses including PHM 311, PHM 312, PHC 517, PHC 531, PHC 532, PHC 533.
Recognized students are:
Samuel Aitken, Rezarta Ajazi, Brian Ames, Danielle Baldwin, Stephen Bernard, Pulkit Bhuptari, Christopher Chan, Christopher Daly, Christopher Diehl, Thao Doan, Kate Fifield, Carolyn Hempel, Na Rae Kwon, Ji Hye Lee, Susan Lee, Susan Lo, Hoi Man Ma, Jackson Maina, Allison Pitman, Gauri Rao, Stacy Reger, Gabrielle Riorden, Erik Rogers, Anand Shah, Grace Shyh, Rebekah Yate, Amy Telesz, Laura Vespi, Benjamin Wee, Kristen Zeitler, Kofi, Adeji, Julie Davis, Madlin Faria, Kaitlin Ganley, Peggy Lee, Kristen Lim, Alina Eisen, Jessica Fedele, Brent Footer, Michael Guskey, Yu-Ching Hsia, Jessica Jones, Naga Kalidoss, Kristie Kowalski, Cherae Mangus, Debra Morris-Allen, Caitlin Nelson, Michael Quermback, Christina Ramsey, Kelly Smith and Andrew Wohlrab.
Gauri Rao, P2 student, educates patients in India about diabetes management
During the summer of 2008, Gauri Rao, Class of 2011, worked in a clinic in Karnataka, India, where she assisted in monitoring the glucose levels of patients with uncontrolled diabetes. Diabetes management is not adequately screened in Karnataka, so Gauri has begun working with others practitioners in the local health care system to enhance patient education information regarding diabetes and hypertension and to encourage low cost interventional techniques such as diet management and the use of glucose monitors.
Elizabeth Sanders, P2 student, presents at ACCP
Elizabeth Sanders, Class of 2011, presented her poster "Clinical and Translational Pharmacogenomics: Integrating a Seminar Program with Undergraduate Pharmacogenomics Research" at the American College of Clinical Pharmacy 37th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.