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Career Expo Achieves Virtual Success

As with most in-person meetings and events over the past year, the third annual Gamecock Pharmacy Career Expo had to make major adjustments.

Almogaber Selected for Inaugural Class of Executive Residency Program

The UofSC College of Pharmacy is pleased to share that fourth-year student Aiya Almogaber has been named to the 2021-2022 class of executive residencies for the American Pharmacists Association.

Q & A with: Krishnan Larkin Brown

Clinical pharmacist Krishnan Larkin Brown shares the serendipitous moment that led her to pharmacy school and some advice for students in our latest alumni Q&A.

Rios Schad Awarded APhA Foundation Scholarship

UofSC pharmacy student Thayra Rios Schad is the recipient of the 2021 Mary Munson Runge Scholarship by the American Pharmacists Association Foundation.

Pharmacy Graduate Students Earn SPARC Grants

Three doctoral students in the College of Pharmacy are recipients of the university's Support to Promote Advancement of Research and Creativity, or SPARC, Graduate Research Grant program.

Virtual Continuing Education Activities Scheduled

To support the training requirements of pharmacists in South Carolina, the College of Pharmacy announces its annual CE activities which will be held as virtual events during March and April.

UofSC, industry partners develop pharmacy manufacturing technology

Researchers and students from the College of Pharmacy are collaborating with industry partners to develop an innovative system that will greatly improve pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Q & A with: Caitlin Musgrave Mardis

Assistant Professor Caitlin Musgrave Mardis shares her path to pharmacy and how she brings a little "magic" to the classroom in our latest alumni Q&A.

College of Pharmacy professor researching ways to expand access to HPV vaccination

While early detection is key to successfully treating cervical cancer, the ability to prevent it from ever developing would improve women’s health and save more lives.

Support the Annual Career Expo

As our students prepare for their future role as pharmacists, a significant part of their professional development includes the opportunity to network with professionals and explore the many possible careers available to them.

Pharmacy Faculty, Staff and Students Share Resolutions for 2021

For many of us, the beginning of a new year brings with it many opportunities - the chance to reflect on the previous year and pronounce goals for self-improvement in the coming year.

Joyner Chosen as Student Intern of Leadership Society

University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy student Leigh Joyner, Class of 2022, has been named as the new student intern for the national office of Phi Lambda Sigma, the Pharmacy Leadership Society.

Creek, associate dean for research, retires after 33 years at UofSC

Kim Creek arrived at the University of South Carolina in 1987 as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He later moved to the School of Medicine Columbia and then spent the last 10 years with the College of Pharmacy.

Pharmacy in the Time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges across the health care profession. The pandemic has also brought the role of the pharmacist to the forefront, as they work side by side with physicians and allied health professionals.

Researching the Virus

When the COVID-19 pandemic was declared in March, testing was not readily available due to a shortage of equipment and expertise. Associate Professor Michael Shtutman at the UofSC College of Pharmacy volunteered his team's services to help.

Tracking COVID-19 Outcomes

Not long after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, Brandon Bookstaver recognized that not only did researchers need to find a treatment, they would also need to learn about the treatment's effectiveness and the long-term impact of the disease.

Finding a Calling

Julie Ann Justo always knew her professional career would involve working in the sciences. That interest has grown into an impactful career at UofSC on a national and statewide scale, heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lessons from an Entrepreneurial Alumnus

We sat down with Gibran Ameer, '02, to learn more about how his experiences with the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy shaped his career.

Remembering a Legacy

The Leon and Betty George Endowed Scholarship Fund honors a faithful alumnus and a parents' love of family and Columbia.

Stepping Up Against COVID-19

From the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders from across the University of South Carolina campus came together to determine the best methods to keep students, faculty and staff safe while continuing to provide the best educational experiences.

Walker Leadership Scholars Names Newest Members

The Walker Leadership Scholars program has named its two newest scholars, Jordan A. Jones and Shannon Leighton, both with the Class of 2023.

Forever to Thee: Ph.D. Grads Share Future Plans

Some milestones are more than memories. A new chapter of tradition begins when you become an alumni of the University of South Carolina.

Grier Recognized as Student Pharmacist of the Year

University of South Carolina student Morgan Grier has been named the 2020 Student Pharmacist of the Year by the South Carolina Pharmacy Association.

Fabel Named 2021 American Pharmacists Association Fellow

Associate Professor Patti Fabel, Executive Director of the Kennedy Pharmacy Innovation Center at UofSC, has been named an American Pharmacists Association 2021 fellow.

Q & A with: Everett B. McAllister

Retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Everett B. McAllister knows that his career and experiences have equipped him for a deeper calling. Learn more in our latest alumni Q&A.

 

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