The Heart Walk is the American Heart Association’s premier fundraising campaign that welcomes more than 1 million people in over 300 cities across the United States to take a stand against heart diseases and stroke.
Hanley Abramson is something of an institution at Wayne State. Born and raised in Detroit, he entered the WSU pharmacy program – then a four-year bachelor’s degree – as a student in 1958, was hired as an assistant professor in 1967, and spent the next 51 years on the faculty.
Teresa Willard was among the preceptors who were in the original APPE CAPP track the college began more than 10 years ago. In addition to her precepting and CAPP coordination, she was a course lecturer at WSU Applebaum and a participant in other program activities.
Moszczynska will combine the Career Development Chair Award, which provides $16,500 in research support and a $2,500 honorarium, with her Sabbatical Leave Award to acquire and apply new cutting-edge technologies to her addiction research, including ATAC sequencing and associated bioinformatic analyses, RNA-seq and L1 location analyses using TEtranscripts software, and an expanded range of other bioinformatic tools.
David and Rochelle Fontana will return to their alma mater, the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, on Friday, April 19, and each will give a brief talk about their career paths since their time at Wayne State. Their talks will begin at 2:30 p.m. in the WSU Applebaum auditorium, 259 Mack Avenue, Detroit.
Founded in 2018 by impassioned student pharmacist Mona Mawari, the Student Pharmacists Inclusion Network (SPIN) is making big strides to ensure that the Wayne State PharmD degree program reflects and supports a diverse student body, with a long-range goal of reducing health care disparities in Detroit.
Dust off your sneakers and walk around Detroit with WSU Applebaum Dean Cathy Lysack! A series of spring walking sessions will give you the opportunity to chat with the dean and other EACPHS students, faculty and staff in a relaxed environment, with the added bonus of boosting your health.
On April 1, Wayne State's Alpha Chi chapter of the national Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society will present Robert A. Blouin, PharmD, Executive Vice Chancellor, Provost and Bryson Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, with the 2019 Roland T. Lakey Award. All are welcome to attend his keynote lecture from 5 to 6 p.m. in the WSU Applebaum auditorium.
Academic services officers from the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences presented "Who is Allen Apple? Using a Dynamic Case Study Model as a Major Exploration Tool" at the NACADA Region V Conference, held at the Detroit Renaissance Center on March 14.
This April, all 10 students in Wayne State’s Radiation Therapy Technology (RTT) program are headed to the Chicago Area Radiation Therapists Annual Conference and Student Seminar, which draws industry professionals and trainees from across the country.
A series of spring walking sessions will give you the opportunity to chat with the dean and other EACPHS students, faculty and staff in a relaxed environment, with the added bonus of boosting your health.
Professor Emerita Geralynn Smith was selected to receive the Ruth Davies Flaherty Service Award for the Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS) Omicron alumni chapter for her outstanding service and loyalty to the professional fraternity.
Two Ph.D. students in the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences have been supported by the training grant, including Dulmini Bharupala, who is currently director of the WSU MedDirect program, and Brianne Lewis, a senior graduate student within Professor Timothy Stemmler's lab who will graduate in May 2019.
Now working on her PhD in kinesiology with a specialization in motor control and a minor in neuroscience, Alicia Jones (MOT '12) is seeking participants for her dissertation research study, “The Effects of Yoga on Motor Control Processing in Individuals with Parkinson's Disease.” Current OT student Cassandra Viselli is the yoga instructor for the program.
The Wayne State University chapter of Timmy Global Health, a medical mission organization, is working to recruit the necessary medical professionals and volunteers to support a trip to the Dominican Republic in August. The group needs practitioners with MD, DO, PA, NP, RN and RPh credentials.
Each year, the LKS Omicron alumni chapter awards this scholarship to a member of LKS Omicron Collegiate Chapter who demonstrates service and leadership within LKS, as well as academic achievement, community service involvement and participation in extracurricular activities.
Sally Rafie, PharmD, was instrumental in establishing legislation and protocols for pharmacists to prescribe birth control in California, and she has a long record of research and advocacy in the field of reproductive health.
Arun Iyer, Ph.D., assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences in Wayne State University’s Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, has received a three-year, $611,475 Idea Development Award as an Early Career Investigator from the Department of Defense Kidney Cancer Research Program to research the cancer and look for new treatment strategies.