2012 June eNotes


University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
June 2012
Dean's e-Notes
Welcome to our June eNotes.

I am pleased to announce that we have begun our move to John and Editha Kapoor Hall. About half of our faculty and staff are now in Kapoor Hall, with the remainder transitioning by the end of June. After many years of planning, it is my sincere pleasure to tell you that Kapoor Hall truly is the best home the UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences could have. The impressive design gives our school a modern "look-to-the-future" feel, while integrating our rich history. The many classrooms, lecture halls and student spaces will have all the "finishing touches" in place in time for the start of classes in August.

Our June eNotes is always a very rich edition, as it showcases our many end-of-the-year activities, including commencement. I hope you enjoy the following articles showcasing the outstanding accomplishments of our students, faculty and staff. Our next eNotes will come to you in July, when I will be proud to report that our entire SoPPS family will be in Kapoor Hall.

Please stay in touch. Send updates on your personal and professional accomplishments by email to phm-alumni@buffalo.edu.

With warm regards,
Wayne K. Anderson, PhD, professor and dean
Wayne Anderson, Ph.D., professor and dean
Illustration of Kapoor Hall
Grand opening for Kapoor Hall set for Sept. 27-28
Kapoor Hall Grand Opening
Please "save the dates" of Sept. 27-28 for the dedication and grand opening of John and Editha Kapoor Hall. Programming on Thursday, Sept. 27, will include our Gerhard Levy Distinguished Lecture in the afternoon, followed by the lectureship dinner banquet. Events on Friday, Sept. 28, will include late-morning and early-afternoon dedication ceremonies, tours and other celebratory activities. A gala dinner celebration in the historic Statler City also will take place on Friday.

Activities for classes celebrating milestone reunions—55th (1957), 50th (1962), 25th (1987) and 10th (2002)—will take place as well on Friday in Statler City. If you are interested in finding out more about special reunion activities and/or reaching out to your classmates regarding attendance at the reunion, please contact the Office of External Affairs.

"Save-the-date" postcards have been mailed. If you did not receive one, please contact us. Formal invitations and web registration will be available in July. Questions should be directed to the Office of External Affairs at phm-alumni@buffalo.edu or 716-645-3340. We hope many of our alumni, friends and supporters can attend this historic event!

In Memoriam, Thomas Bardos 1915-2012
In Memoriam, Thomas Bardos 1915-2012
In Memoriam, Thomas Bardos 1915-2012
Thomas J. Bardos, emeritus professor of medicinal chemistry at the school who was involved in cancer chemotherapy research for more than 50 years, died on May 15. Dr. Bardos was a committed scientist, a pioneer and innovator in his field, and a true educator of scientists to help insure the continued progress of cancer research.

During his tenure at UB, he directed the thesis research of 32 PhD candidates and the research projects of 38 postdoctoral associates. In 1995, he initiated and partially sponsored an annual national awards program with the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) for the selection of 10 advanced, undergraduate students to encourage their interest and training in cancer research. This successful program more recently was renamed the AACR-Thomas J. Bardos Science Education Awards. He also established an award here in SoPPS in memory of former dean Daniel H. Murray to recognize a graduating PharmD student involved in research.

Dr. Bardos retired from the university in 1993.

He is survived by his wife of 10 years, Maria; his brother; sister-in-law; and two nieces. A memorial service will take place at University Presbyterian Church of Buffalo at a date to be announced later.

Members of the school were deeply saddened to learn of Dr. Bardos' passing and will remember him fondly.

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On May 12, the school recognized the achievements of 134 PhD, PharmD, BS and MS students at our annual commencement ceremony. Michael Cain, vice president for health sciences, conferred degrees to all graduates and PharmD class president Matthew Schnupp delivered remarks to his colleagues and classmates.

We wish all members of the class good luck and our best wishes as they begin new careers paths and future opportunities!

AACP Recognizes Faculty and Alumni for Contributions to Research and Education
The school is proud to announce the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy has awarded UB faculty member Gene Morse, '80 & '83, professor of pharmacy practice and associate director of the core research group in translational pharmocology at UB's New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, the prestigious Volwiler Research Achievement Award. The school is very proud to have Gene's pioneering, lifelong, work in HIV/AIDS recognized. This is only the second time the Volwiler award has been given to a clinical scientist.

The school also is proud to announce that alumna Jean Nappi, '73, is the recipient of the Robert K. Chalmers Distinguished Pharmacy Educator Award. Jean was recognized by AACP for her role in establishing PharmD programs at many institutions across the country, as well as her leadership in postgraduate education and the creation of specialty residencies.

Both Drs. Morse and Nappi will be recognized on July 17 during the 2012 AACP Annual Meeting. We hope many of you attending the meeting will have the opportunity to attend the awards ceremony.

Read more: see Volwiler and Chalmers links

Annual Awards Ceremony
Annual Awards Ceremony
Annual Awards Ceremony
The school was proud to recognize many alumni, faculty, staff and students with honors and awards at our annual Awards Ceremony, held on April 4 in the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center. With more than 100 guests looking on, our award winners were honored for their contributions to the SoPPS and the profession of pharmacy.

The following awards were presented:

Willis G. Gregory Memorial Alumni Award
Robert Miller, BS '59

Orville C. Baxter Memorial Professional Practice Alumni Award
Bharati Bhardwaja, PharmD '01

Daniel H. Murray Memorial Professional Development Award
Meaghan Rowcliffe, '12

SoPPS Teacher of the Year Award Finalists
Jack Brown and Gina Prescott

SoPPS Staff Member of the Year
Christine Stumm

Respect, Excellence and Service in Pharmacy Student Award
Chris Daly, '12

NCPA Pruitt-Schutte Student Business Plan Competition Awards
Clare Carroll, '14;
Christopher Daly, '12;
and Christopher Diehl, '12

MEDISCA Student Pharmacist Compounding Competition
Georgia DiFiore, '14;
Amanda Paxton, '13;
Andrew Rumpf, '13;
and Amy Wojciechowski, '12

The school's student leaders, Gregory Society members, preceptors and dean's ambassadors also were recognized. The SoPPS congratulates all our award recipients and special recognition attendees.

David Chu Inaugural Lecture
David Chu Inaugural Lecture
David Chu Inaugural Lecture
Christopher A. Lipinski, an internationally renowned scientist in the field of drug discovery, presented the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences' inaugural David Chu Lecture on April 10.

The lecture honors David C.K. Chu, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus in the Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, University of Georgia, who received a PhD in medicinal chemistry in 1975 from the UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

A PhD in physical organic chemistry, Lipinski worked at Pfizer for more than 20 years, contributing to the discovery of numerous drug candidates. His primary interests are in the design of bioisosteres, drug physical chemical properties and quantitative structure activity relationships.

Chu and his wife, Jane, who received her MS in medicinal chemistry from the UB pharmacy school, established the David Chu Lectureship in 2011 to give back to their alma mater. It is one of several initiatives the couple and their daughters, Susan and Jackie, hope to fund through the recently created Chu Family Foundation.

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Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education's HIV Online Education Center Partnership with Walgreens featured in UB Reporter
L-R: Edward Bednarczyk, Linda Catanzaro, Marsha Nelson and Walgreens pharmacist Scott Williamson, '09
Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education's HIV Online Education Center Partnership with Walgreens featured in UB Reporter
In a follow-up to our March 2012 eNotes article on the success of the UB HIV/AIDS training programs, the UB Reporter also has showcased the achievements of our center in a recent article.

The center would like to recognize the program faculty—all of whom are alumni of the school's HIV residency and/or fellowship programs—for their service as faculty case reviewers and workshop facilitators:

Rustin Crutchley,'08 residency graduate, PharmD, AAHIVE
Clinical Assistant Professor in HIV/ID, University of Houston

Cara Felton,'06, PharmD, AAHIVE
HIV Pharmaceutical Care Specialist, Erie County Medical Center Immunodeficiency Clinic, Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo

Naomi Redd, PharmD, AAHIVE
Medication Support Team Coordinator, Chase Brexton Health Services

Joshua Sawyer, '06, PharmD, AAHIVE
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; HIV Pharmaceutical Care Specialist, Erie County Medical Center Immunodeficiency Clinic

CE Office
CE Office: front row, L-R: Julie Kopfer-Marranca, Marsha Nelson, Juliet Warrick. Back row, L-R: Edward Bednarczyk and Derek Sardina
ACPE/NABP Launches CPE Monitor
The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) recently announced a new electronic-tracking service for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians called CPE Monitor. The purpose of CPE Monitor is to authenticate and store data for completed CPE units received by pharmacists and pharmacy technicians from ACPE-accredited providers. The UB Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has created and transitioned databases and IT systems in compliance with this new requirement, and continues to work with program participants to ensure a smooth transition.

Additional information on this collaborative service, including a link to the recently launched CE program online registration tool, can be found on the new SoPPS Continuing Pharmacy Education webpage at www.pharmacy.buffalo.edu/ce.

Recovered Pharmaceuticals
Recovered Pharmaceuticals
Spring 2012 WNY Drug Disposal Program A Huge Success
More than 4,600 Western New York residents disposed of more than 12,000 pounds of unwanted pharmaceuticals during the fourth annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. More than 40 locations participated in this program via the oversight of the Drug Enforcement Agency and various local health care agencies. The school, led by Associate Dean Karl Fiebelkorn and many of our students, gave primary oversight and assistance at many of the 40 local sites.

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Spaghetti Dinner A Success
The second annual Rho Chi Spaghetti Competition and Dinner was held on April 17 in Cooke Hall. A panel of judges tasted a variety of sauces and meatballs prepared by faculty, staff and students. After careful deliberation, judges selected first-, second- and third-place winners. The event was well-attended by faculty, staff, students, family and friends, who enjoyed great food and great conversation, with the sounds of Italian music setting the mood.

Sauce Winners
First Place: Jean Costanzo, staff member
Second Place: Sarah Mastrolia, '13
Third Place: Rose Mary Madejski, '59

Meatball Winners
First place (corporate entry): Tony Rome's Globe Restaurant, E. Aurora, N.Y.
First Place: Kathleen Tornatore-Morse, '81, faculty member
2nd Place: Marsha Nelson, staff member
3rd Place: Tina Fiebelkorn, '79

Lisa Benincosa, '93
Lisa Benincosa, '93
Lisa Benincosa, '93, received the 2012 Tribute to Women in Industry (TWIN) Award from the YWCA of Bergen County, N.J. The TWIN Award is an international program that pays tribute to women in professional positions who have made noteworthy contributions to industry. Lisa is vice president for drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics in non-clinical safety at Roche.

Victoria Adams, '10, recently accepted a position at Mount Sinai Medical Center as an infectious disease clinical pharmacist.

Keith Wagner, '99 & '00, was promoted to director of trade specialty accounts at Eli Lilly

In Memoriam:
Richard Dunning, '53
Edward Abrams, '45
Wilfred (Val) Chodorow, '43

Leung Fung
Leung Fung Named University at Buffalo Distinguished Professor
Leung Fung Named University at Buffalo Distinguished Professor
The University at Buffalo has chosen Leung Fung, longstanding faculty member in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, to receive the designation of University at Buffalo Distinguished Professor. Dr. Leung's scholarly accomplishments in the area of vasodilator kinetics, his 40 years of leadership in American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists and his mentorship of hundreds of students are just a few of the reasons for this recognition.

He and other newly named UB Distinguished Professors will be recognized this fall at the university's Annual Celebration of Faculty/Staff Excellence.

Javier Blanco
Kalabus, J., Cheng, Q., Jamil, R., Schuetz, E., & Blanco, J. Induction of carbonyl reductase 1 (CBR1) expression in human lung tissues and lung cancer cells by the cigarette smoke constituent benzo[a]pyrene. Toxicology Letters (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.toxlet.2012.04.006)


Blanco, J.G., Sun, C.L., Landier, W., Chen, L., Esparza-Duran, D., Mays, A., Friedman, D., Ginsberg, J., Hudson, M., Neglia, J., Oeffinger, K., Ritchey, A., Villaluna, D., Relling, M., & Bhatia, S. (2012). Anthracycline-related Cardiomyopathy after Childhood Cancer: Role of Polymorphisms in Carbonyl-Reductase Genes--A report from the Children's Oncology Group. Journal of Clinical Oncology.

William Jusko
Landersdorfer, C.B., He, Y.L., & Jusko, W.J. (2012). Mechanism-Based Population Modeling of the Effects of Vildagliptin on GLP-1, Glucose and Insulin in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 73, 373-390.

Landersdorfer, C.B., He, Y.L., & Jusko, W.J. (2012). Mechanism-Based Population Pharmacokinetic Modeling in Diabetes: Vildagliptin as a Tight Binding Inhibitor and Substrate of Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 73, 391-401.

Cao, Y., & Jusko, W.J. (2012). Pharmacokinetic/Pharmacodynamic Modeling of GLP-1 in Healthy Rats. Pharmaceutical Research, 29, 1078-1086.

Donald Mager
Katrissios, H., Walker, J.R., Carrothers, T.J., Kshirsagar, S., Khariton, T., Habtemariam, B., Mager, D.E., & Rohatagi, S. (2012). Population Pharmacokinetic Model for a Novel Oral Hypoglycemic Formed In Vivo: Comparing the Use of Active Metabolite Data Alone Versus Using Data of Upstream and Downstream Metabolites. J Clin Pharmacol, 52, 404-415.

Murali Ramanathan
Kim, T., Li, K., Zhang, A., Sen, S., & Ramanathan, M. (2012). International Journal of Artificial Life Research, 2(2), 77-94.

Javier Blanco
Pharmacogenetics of Pediatric Cancers. Genetic Determinants of Efficacy and Late Toxicity (Farmacogenetica de Canceres Pediatricos. Determinantes Geneticos de Eficacia y Toxicidad Tardia). Extraordinary Athenaeum, Catamarca's Province Central Children's Hospital, Catamarca, Argentina.


Alice Ceacareanu and Alan Forrest
Ceacareanu, A., Hong, C., Jackowiak, C., Zhang, Y., Khoury, T., Nimako, G., Ekonomidis, D., Wintrob, Z., Kossoff, E., Kublas, T., & Forrest, A. Use of insulin sensitizers is associated with better hormone-receptor pattern and improved breast cancer outcomes. 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research.

Robin Difrancesco and Gene Morse
Difrancesco, R., Felton, C.M., & Morse, G.D. Anticipating Research Capacity for HCV Drug-Drug Interactions. Second International Conference on Viral Hepatitis (ICVH 2012). New York, N.Y.

Robin Difrancesco, Kelly Tooley and Gene Morse
Difrancesco, R., Tooley, K., Taylor, C., & Morse, G.D. Using Quality-Driven Phased Assessments to Build Pharmacology Laboratory Capacity for HIV Clinical Research in Resource Limited Countries. 28th Society for Quality Assurance Annual Meeting and Quality College (SQA), Miami, Fla.

Robin Difrancesco, Kelly Tooley, Charlene Taylor and Gene Morse
Difrancesco, R., Tooley, K., Taylor, C., & Morse, G.D. Using Quality-Driven Phased Assessments to Build Pharmacology Laboratory Capacity for HIV Clinical Research in Resource Limited Countries (RLC). 28th SQA Annual Meeting and Quality College, Miami, Fla.

Charles Maponga, Robin Difrancesco and Gene Morse
Gavi, S., Sayidine, F., Mudzviti, T., Hakim, J., Maponga, C.C., Difrancesco, R., & Morse, G.D. Novel Translational Approach to HIV Medication Management Utilizing Task Shifting and Healthcare Informatics. Translational Science 2012, Washington, D.C.

Gene Morse
Martina, C., Pearson, T., Goodman, S., Morse, G.D, & Lewis, V. Researcher Resilience Through Multidimensional Mentoring. Translational Science 2012, Washington, D.C.

Ribaudo, H., Daar, E.S., Tierney, C., Morse, G.D., Mollan, K., Sax, P., Fischl, M.A., Collier, A.C., Haas, D.W., & ACTG 5202 Protocol Team. Premature Discontinuation of Atazanavir/Ritonavir (ATV/R) and UGT1A1 Variants in ACTG Protocol A5202. 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), Seattle, Wash.

Grady, B.J., Ritchie, M.D., Acosta, E.P., Morse, G.D., Daar, E.S., Gulick, R.M., Robbins, G.K., McLaren, P., & Haas, D.W. Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS) of Plasma Efavirenz Pharmacokinetics in AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG) Protocols. 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), Seattle, Wash.

Charles Venuto, Qing Ma, Robin Difrancesco, Jill Hochreiter and Gene Morse
Venuto, C.S., Ma, Q., Difrancesco, R., Hochreiter, J., & Morse, G.D. Comparison of Modeled and Non-modeled Clearance Values for Efavirenz. Translational Science 2012, Washington, D.C.

Javier Blanco
Blanco, J.G. (principal), O'Connor, T. (co-principal), & Iyer, V. (co-principal), "Anthracycline-related cardiomyopathy in breast cancer patients: Impact of Carbonyl Reductase 3 Genotype Status on Echocardiographic Measurements of Cardiomyopathy," Sponsored by Buffalo Clinical and Translational Research Center, University at Buffalo, $21,507. (March 1, 2012–Feb. 28, 2013).


Gina Prescott
Recipient of the 2012 UB SoPPS Teacher of the Year Award


William Prescott
Ad hoc reviewer, Pediatric Pulmonology.

New Hire
Mary Wurm-Schaar
Assistant Dean, Curricular Assessment and Outcomes Management


Rebecca Brierley
Assistant Dean, External Affairs


Diane Fisher
Assistant Dean, Research Administration

Candise Morris
Associate Dean, Resource Management

PharmD Class of 2012 Farewell Celebration
PharmD Class of 2012 Farewell Celebration
PharmD Class of 2012 Farewell Celebration
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Alumni Association was pleased to welcome more than 80 P4 students and guests to the association's farewell celebration. The event welcomes students to the Alumni Association and gives them the opportunity to reminisce and say goodbye one last time before graduation day.

Associate Dean Karl Fiebelkorn delivered remarks and recognized students who were recipients of the 2012 "Who's Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges." The Alumni Association wishes all our graduates much success!

Pharmaceutical Sciences Students Showcase Research Work At UB Celebration of Academic Excellence
Six pharmaceutical sciences students participated in UB's 2012 Celebration of Student Academic Excellence event. Peter Bloomingdale, Daniel Ferguson, Weilin Jin and Jigar Patel presented posters from the pharmaceutical sciences; Almedina Djesevic presented a poster from chemistry; and Yun Zheng presented a poster from the McNair Scholars Program.


Of the 120 posters presented from various areas of study at the university, three SoPPS students were recognized with the 2012 Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Award of Distinction. They are:

Daniel Ferguson: "DNA Sequence Variants in the Carbonyl Reductase 1 Gene (cbr1) in 7 Breeds of Canis Lupus Familiaris"

Weilin Jin: "Prediction of Biliary Excretion in Dogs Using Quantitative Structure-Pharmacokinetic Relationship"

Yun Zheng: "Analysis of Anions in Local Water Bodies"

APhA-ASP Recognized as UB's Student Organization of the Year
The American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) was the recipient of the 2012 UB Student Organization Award for Excellence in Academics and Service. This award recognizes clubs that take what members learn in the classroom and apply it to assist others. APhA-ASP received a plaque and a group photo, which are being displayed in the Student Union during the next academic year. Additionally, the group received a $1,000 stipend to be used in continuing service to others while utilizing its unique academic talents.

Co-presidents Ali Mohamedali and Scott Coon presented a poster during the Celebration of Student Academic Excellence, highlighting the work of APhA-ASP. They accepted the award honoring the club from President Satish K. Tripathi and Interim Provost Bruce McCombe as part of the celebration's awards ceremony.

Make a wish
Phi Delta Chi Raises $5,500 for Make a Wish
Phi Delta Chi Raises $5,500 for Make a Wish
Members of Phi Delta Chi organized a fundraising event on behalf of the Make a Wish Foundation Metro New York/Western New York chapters. The theme of the fundraiser, held on April 15 in the Polish Falcons Club, was "Wish upon a Basket." The event raised $5,500 for the Make a Wish Foundation through a raffle of more than 100 baskets and gift cards, supported by the 200 people in attendance. Phi Delta would like to thank the businesses who donated to this very successful event! The third annual charity fundraiser will take place in 2013.
SSHP Holds Cholesterol Screening Clinic
The Student Society of Health-systems Pharmacists (SSHP) held its first-ever cholesterol screening clinic in April in the hallway area between Cooke and Hochstetter halls. SSHP Treasurer Emily Krecko set up the event with the help of many SSHP officers and members. Special thanks to Dr. Norgard, SSHP faculty adviser, for supervising, and to Arthur Fyles, registered nurse and P2 student. More than 70 people attended this very successful event. SSHP members would like to thank UB's Sub-Board I for providing grant funding that allowed them to buy all the supplies for the clinic, including a point-of-care cholesterol meter.
British Exchange Student Reflects on Time in Buffalo
The school's chapter of the International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation (IPSF) hosted British exchange student Vilius Savickas, who wrote about his experiences here in Buffalo via an online post to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society's website.

Michael Bui, '13, was SoPPS liaison for Savickas while he was visiting.

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PharmD Students Host First UB Inter-Professional Health Fair
Phi Lambda Sigma, APhA-ASP and CPFI teamed up to host UB's first Inter-professional Health Fair at Gloria J. Parks Community Center. Student health care professionals, along with a pharmacist and faculty preceptors, reached out to more than 25 senior citizens through a health-and-wellness trivia game, followed by a seniors health fair featuring APhA-ASP's patient care projects. More than 45 grade school students were involved in the kid's health fair, as well as the kid's field day.
Jamie Chin, '13, Selected as AACP Walmart Scholar
Congratulations to Jamie Chin, who was selected to participate in the 2012 AACP Walmart Scholars Program.

The program provides $1,000 travel scholarships to 75 student/faculty pairs from AACP member institutions to attend the AACP annual meeting and the AACP teachers' seminar, being held July 14-18 in Kissimmee, Fla. This program continues to grow each year with Walmart's support and dedication. Jamie's faculty mentor is Dr. Nicole P. Albanese.

Read more (see 2012 Walmart Scholars list)

Kristen Mazurkiewicz, '13, Selected as a Genentech Summer Intern
Congratulations to Kristen Mazurkiewicz, who has accepted a summer internship at Genentech Pharmaceuticals in the General Training and Development Department. This internship is in conjunction with the Foundation for Managed Care Pharmacy (FMCP) and the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP).

Kristen will be responsible for developing pharmacist training programs and will present her projects at AMCP headquarters at the end of the summer. Only two intern positions were available nationally.

Samantha Reiss, '13, Presents Poster and Publishes
Congratulations to Samantha Reiss on her scholarly project, "Application of Novel Handwriting Recognition Technology in an Oncology Specialty Pharmacy," which was accepted as a poster presentation at the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy's 24th Annual Meeting & Expo. Her abstract was published in the show issue for the Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy (JMCP) in March.


Angela Borton, '13, and Michelle Ingalsbe, '13, Selected as VALOR Students
Congratulations to Angela and Michelle on their selection into the Veterans Administration VALOR (internship) program here at the Buffalo VA Medical Center. The VALOR program is an honors program that provides outstanding students a chance to develop competencies in pharmacy practice while working at a VA health facility.
Kapoor Hall Grand Opening and Dedication:
Thursday, Sept. 27 through Friday, Sept. 28


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