Archive for the ‘Faculty news’ Category


Sep
05

Congressional fellow heads for Capitol Hill

  Today, Nilofar “Nellie” Jafari begins a new and important phase in her tenure as 2017-18 ACCP/ASHP/VCU Congressional Healthcare Policy … more →

Aug
26

CPPI awards its first Feasibility Grants as part of new program

    Four VCU School of Pharmacy faculty members have been named the first recipients in the Center for Pharmacy Practice … more →

Aug
16

‘Handshake meeting’ kicks off SOP collaboration with FDA

  Leadership from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Clinical Pharmacology and VCU School of Pharmacy recently met … more →

Jul
12

Second VCU RDD Peter R. Byron Graduate Student Award recipient named

  Cordula Weiss, a graduate student at the Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland, is the second recipient of the … more →

Jul
10

SOP Summer Research Fellows will present throughout July

VCU School of Pharmacy launched its 2017 Summer Research Pizza Lunch series July 7 with … what else? … a … more →

Jun
05

Advice to class of ’17: “You have the tools to succeed!”

  “Wherever you go, you will be part of the School of Pharmacy family.” With those words, Dean Joseph T. … more →

Jun
04

Office of Experiential Education announces SOP’s 2016-17 outstanding preceptors

  Neil Davis of Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital has been named VCU School of Pharmacy’s Preceptor of the Year. … more →

May
31

With Dixon at helm, CPPI working to empower tomorrow’s pharmacists

  By Lisa Crutchfield Dave L. Dixon, the new director of the VCU School of Pharmacy Center for Pharmacy Practice … more →

May
23

‘Medicinal chemistry and John Andrako prepared us well for the real world of pharmacy’

  Thanks to Keith Kittinger for sharing news of his recent visit, along with fellow classmate Bill Nicholson, to see … more →

May
07

School of Pharmacy to graduate more than 140 students in May

  More than 140 Pharm.D. and graduate (M.S. and Ph.D.) students will graduate from VCU School of Pharmacy in May. … more →