Adam Asbill, from Clinton, S.C., is on track to earn his PharmD.
Here’s more about Adam–
Why did you decide to become a pharmacist?
I decided to become a pharmacist so that I can work with patients who have an addiction. I hope to one day work at a methadone clinic or in a psychiatric hospital.
What has been your favorite part of PC School of Pharmacy?
My favorite part of PC School of Pharmacy is the group of friends that I have made throughout my time at PC.
What makes PC School of Pharmacy unique?
I love the fact that the faculty and staff are readily available to help in any way they can. Because PC School of Pharmacy is a smaller school, the one-on-one contact with the professors is second to none.