The Marshall School of Pharmacy is once again hosting a drive-thru food collection for the Facing Hunger Food Bank Friday, Sept. 18, between 1 and 4 pm. Donors may enter the Charleston Avenue side of Stephen J. Kopp Hall and exit via 11th Street. Non-perishable food items and cash will be accepted.
Marshall University School of Pharmacy assistant professor Velvet Journigan, Ph.D., has received a Young Investigators Award from the American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Medicinal Chemistry (MEDI). This award recognizes young investigators within 10 years of the start of their independent careers who have made significant contributions to the field of medicinal chemistry.
School of Pharmacy assistant professor Blair (Velvet) Journigan, Ph.D., has received a research award from the West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute. The two-year grant of more than $150,000 will fund Journigan’s research on neuropathic pain.
The Marshall University School of Pharmacy announced this month its student scholarship awards for the 2020-2021 academic year. Recipients of the School of Pharmacy’s new employee award program were also announced in May. Nineteen students received the following scholarships; Four of the students received two scholarships. CVS Bilingual Scholarship: Desmond Besong CVS Pharmacy Scholarship: Melba
Marshall University School of Pharmacy earned top ten status in a new college ranking system grouped by major and degree level that weighs earning potential, tuition and debt. GradReports.com, which used U.S. Department of Education data published in 2019, ranked Marshall’s School of Pharmacy the sixth best pharmacy school overall and for median salary ($122,000), 13th for median tuition ($19,522) and eighth for median debt ($86,145).
Information technology staff at Marshall University School of Pharmacy and Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine are lending their expertise to personal protection equipment (PPE) production. More than 100 face shields have been produced using 3-D printers, including one personally owned by staff and one at the School of Medicine usually dedicated to 3-D printing of anatomy for student training. The face shields have been provided to St. Mary’s Medical Center.
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