A look back at a year's worth of women making pharmacy headlines

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 in just 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.

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

Zoha Siddiqua

Dr. Brittany Stewart

PharmSci-Urban Sustainability PhD candidate Zoha Siddiqua turns to nature for answers

Dr. Brittany Stewart to serve as pharmacist core administrator for WSU's new Center for Multiple Chronic Diseases Associated with Health Disparities

Dr. Christine Rabinak

Dr. Linda Jaber

Dr. Christine Rabinak’s PTSD research persists through the pandemic

Dr. Linda Jaber to speak on ACCESS Arab Health Summit panel on Oct. 21

Dr. Amanda Bryant-Friedrich


Dr. Mary Beth O'Connell with a PharmD student

Today@Wayne podcast: Graduate School Dean and PharmSci Prof. Amanda Bryant-Friedrich

Dr. Mary Beth O’Connell presented with MPA’s Fred W. Arnold Public Relations Award

Dr. Susan Davis

Dr. Justine Gortney

Board of Governors recognizes Dr. Susan Davis for contributions to national COVID-19 treatment guidelines

Dr. Justine Gortney's P4 workshop: Helping Student Pharmacists Build Their Brand


Ulyana Kucherepa

LKSWayne State's Lambda Kappa Sigma chapter earns three awards during national convention

Ulyana KucherepaUlyana Kucherepa, PharmD '21, named AACP Walmart Scholar

Dr. Aline Saad

Dr. Insaf Mohammad and Dr. Victoria Tutag Lehr

Stronger together: Dr. Aline Saad deepens WSU Applebaum’s commitment to interprofessional education

 Dr. Insaf Mohammed and Dr. Victoria Tutag Lehr address opioid epidemic intensified by the coronavirus

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