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Students earn certification, conduct cancer research

PC School of Pharmacy students can earn more than a PharmD. They can also earn pharmacogenomic certification, putting them on the forefront of an emerging field of medicine. “(Pharmacogenomics) is being used in multiple fields, especially cancer therapy, as a targeted approach to killing tumor cells,” Dr. Chris Farrell, director of the Pharmacogenomics Certification Program....

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Alumnus named Pharmacist of the Year

When Jimmy Pruitt ’17 earned an honor during his residency, he thought of finding his calling in pharmacy during a rotation a few years before. This past summer, Pruitt’s physician and nursing colleagues at Grady Health System Emergency Medicine Department in Atlanta named him the Grady Pharmacist of The Year. It is the first time...

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Professors and students help serve uninsured residents

Nearly 1,000 residents in the local community find the medical treatment and care they need at the Good Shepherd Free Medical Clinic. The clinic has been providing medical care to uninsured residents for the past 25 years. The PC School of Pharmacy has been partnering with Good Shepherd for the past nine of those years....

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New Pharmacy Students Show Their Care for the Community

A day before receiving their white coats, first-year PC School of Pharmacy students helped the needy at 12 locations across Laurens County. The student volunteer effort was part of the annual PC School of Pharmacy Service Day. Bobby Azevedo, of Simpsonville, S.C., was one of five students to volunteer at a mission station for Christ...

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New Pharmacy Students Receive Their White Coats

Fifty-six students officially began their academic careers at the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy on Aug. 23. These first-year pharmacy students received their white coats during the White Coat Ceremony in Belk Auditorium. “The white coat is symbolic of the professionalism, caring and trust which these students must earn from the patients they care for,”...

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LOCAL RESIDENTS LEARN ABOUT HEALTHY EATING, THANKS TO PHARMACY PROFESSOR

Dr. Tiffaney Threatt, director of the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy Wellness Center, was volunteering at the United Ministries food bank when saw a need to help others be healthier. “They had all of these fresh fruits and vegetables,” Threatt said. “I commented about how wonderful it is that people can go through there and...

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Professor, students win award at MIT competition

Dr. Serge Afeli, assistant professor of pharmacology and director of pharmacy innovation and entrepreneurship, and students Sarah Lankford and Destiny Prinski received an award at the 2019 MIT Hacking Medicine competition. The three-day event took place on the MIT campus in Boston from May 3 to 5. Afeli, Lankford and Prinski competed against professors and...

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Graduates Earn Their Pharm.D. Degrees, Hoods

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy graduated its sixth class of doctors of pharmacy during the School’s hooding ceremony on Friday, May 10. The event took place at 10 a.m. in Belk Auditorium on the main PC campus. Seventy-four students earned their degrees and doctoral hoods.

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