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Category: Global Health

Dean Natalie Eddington Stands to the Left of Dr. Anthony Wutoh

SOP's Annual Pumpian Lecture Offers Global Perspective on Pharmacy Education

April 20, 2017

Alumnus Dr. Anthony K. Wutoh discusses challenges facing pharmacy education around the world and offers insight on how universities can prepare students for today’s increasingly global environment.

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Julie Zito, BSPharm, PhD

Multinational Study Shows Increase in Youth Antidepressant Use

March 10, 2016

International research team, including the School of Pharmacy’s Dr. Julie Zito, publishes new study examining antidepressant prescription rates for individuals ages 0-19 years.

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SOP’s Feemster Receives University Interprofessional Global Health Grant

SOP’s Feemster Receives University Interprofessional Global Health Grant

January 13, 2016

Grant will fund an educational needs assessment to help improve medication safety at the Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt in Cairo.

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SOP Hosts Ninth Pan American Conference on Pharmaceutical Education

June 19, 2014

Conference brings together delegates from 35 countries across the Americas to share experiences and promote cooperation among pharmacy schools in the region.

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US-Thai Consortium Hosts 20th Anniversary Conference at School of Pharmacy

June 12, 2014

Three-day conference offers opportunity for faculty, staff, and students from schools of pharmacy across the United States and Thailand to reflect on Consortium’s past achievements and plan future initiatives.

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SOP Hosts Third International Conference on Microneedles

June 11, 2014

Event brings together researchers from academia, industry, and government to network and share the latest developments in microneedle technology and applications.

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SOP Hosts Representatives from the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission

April 3, 2014

Representatives meet with faculty and students to learn more about the School’s top ranked academic programs and opportunities for future education and research collaborations.

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