Warrior women make headlines in pharmacy

Each October 12, we join the pharmacy industry to celebrate the impact women have on the field during National Women Pharmacist Day.#WomenPharmacistDay  But at the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, we celebrate women pharmacy professionals, educators and students every day — and share their news whenever they make headlines. 

Take a look back at just a few of the stories we've published throughout the past year, then help us show today's face of pharmacy by posting your own pics and tagging @wsuapplebaum or sending them to us to share through our quick-and-easy submission form.

Be sure not to miss our growing collection of photos sent in by students, faculty, preceptors and alumni in our #WomenPharmacistDay Flickr album.

Insaf Mohammed, Candice Garwood, Helen Berlie, Melissa Lipari and Amber Lanae Martirosov

LKS chapter of the year

Pharmacy Practice faculty members Insaf Mohammad, Candice Garwood, Helen Berlie, Melissa Lipari and Amber Lanae Martirosov honored by American College of Clinical Pharmacy

Chapter of the Year! Wayne State's Lambda Kappa Sigma chapter and advisor Dr. Mary Beth O'Connell earn accolades in Indy

Dr. Christine Rabinak

ARL lab

State of Michigan awards WSU researchers including Dr. Christine Rabinak additional $12.5 million to study risk and benefits of cannabis in veterans behavioral health care

Postdoctoral scholar Sara Alosaimy wins Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists Paper of the Year

Aline Saad, Brittany Stewart, Merriman Drugs owner


Francine Salinitri

WSU Applebaum spotlights community pharmacy rotation site Merriman Drugs on national stage

Dr. Francine Salinitri receives AACP Award of Excellence in Experiential Education

Dr. Susan Davis

Tiara Hinton

Dr. Susan L. Davis appointed permanent associate dean for pharmacy

Chemist by training, artist by choice: Tiara Hinton finds balance while pursuing her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences




Aline Saad

Faculty Spotlight: Professor of Pharmacy Practice Mary Beth O'Connell

Dr. Aline Saad collaborates with SOM on IPE Musical Symposium to teach pharmacy and med students the nuances of nonverbal communication


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