School of Pharmacy News Archive

First-year pharmacy students receive white coats, scholarship awards
August 25, 2021 · News Release, School of Pharmacy
The Marshall University School of Pharmacy formally welcomed its first-year pharmacy students at its 10th annual White Coat Ceremony, Friday, August 20, in the Don Morris Room at the Memorial Student Center. “This tradition, which dates back to the late 1800s, welcomes pharmacy students beginning their path to one of the most trusted professions,” said
School of Pharmacy recognizes first graduates from master’s program in pharmaceutical and health sciences
Denise Dawley and Samuel Tetteh-Quarshie are the first graduates of the Marshall University School of Pharmacy’s  master’s degree program in pharmaceutical and health sciences (M.S.P.S.).
Marshall Pharmacy and Cabell Huntington Hospital now offer a drug take-back program
Marshall Health and Cabell Huntington Hospital, a member of Mountain Health Network, have partnered to offer a prescription medication disposal service at the Marshall Pharmacy located at 1600 Medical Center Drive in Huntington, West Virginia.
Local pharmacists receive awards for teaching
Marshall University School of Pharmacy recently presented its annual Preceptor of the Year awards to 14 local pharmacists. Preceptors are experienced pharmacists who provide on-site supervision of pharmacy students during their clinical practice in local pharmacies.
School of Pharmacy adds 59 new pharmacists to the profession
April 30, 2021 · News Release, School of Pharmacy
“Graduation feels bittersweet. It’s a day symbolizing all of our hard work throughout the years, but it’s also a day we say goodbye to classmates who feel like family and a program that feels like home. But it’s incredibly exciting, because it’s a day to celebrate the excitement of the future possibilities we’ve created for ourselves,” said Sheshadri “Deea” Hoque, Class of 2021 President.
School of Pharmacy initiates new honor society members
April 12, 2021 · News Release, School of Pharmacy
Eight Marshall University School of Pharmacy students joined the Rho Chi Society during a small, socially-distanced event at Kopp Hall Thursday, April 8, 2021. The event was also livestreamed so family and friends could watch. The following students, who represent the top 20% of the Class of 2023, received their pins and certificates: Alexandra Brown,
School of Pharmacy presents annual lecture in honor of founding dean
April 12, 2021 · News Release, School of Pharmacy
Marshall University School of Pharmacy will host its 2021 MUSOP-Yingling Lecture at 6 pm Tuesday, April 13, via Zoom. Jan Rader, chief of the Huntington Fire Department, and Michael Kilkenny, MD, executive director of the Cabell-Huntington Health Department, will speak about substance use disorder, harm reduction, compassion fatigue and how COVID has affected efforts to combat addiction.
Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine faculty appointed executive editor of scientific journal
March 19, 2021 · News Release, School of Pharmacy
Marshall University School of Pharmacy assistant professor and Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine adjunct assistant professor Ruhul Amin, Ph.D., has been appointed as an associate editor of Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology: Cell Death and Survival. “It is an honor to be recognized for my contribution to science and be a part of
Academic agreements with Glenville State College pave path to advanced degrees for students
The path to advanced degrees, including a doctorate in pharmacy and a master’s in accountancy, just became a little easier for students at Glenville State College, thanks to an agreement with Marshall University.
School of Pharmacy dean receives prestigious award from alma mater
The University at Buffalo (UB) School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has awarded its 2021 Willis G. Gregory Memorial Award to Gayle Brazeau, Ph.D., dean of the Marshall University School of Pharmacy. The award is the most prestigious given by the school. It honors an outstanding alumnus who personifies the ideals of service, integrity and the profession of pharmacy in the eyes of colleagues.