School of Pharmacy News Archive

Marshall University professors Daniel Brazeau, Ph.D., and Gayle Brazeau, Ph.D., participated in an American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) delegation to Havana, Cuba, this month as part of a pharmacy education exchange program. “This was a wonderful opportunity to learn about health care, drug formulation and development including natural products, and pharmacy practices and

Marshall University School of Pharmacy students took second place this weekend in an Over-The Counter (OTC) Challenge Competition during the 116th annual West Virginia Pharmacist Association meeting in Roanoke, West Virginia. Second-year pharmacy students Justin Ritchie, Dakota Parnell, Emily Elkins and Monis Ali (pictured left to right) competed as a team to distinguish key facts

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University, Marshall Health and Mountain Health Network announced today the official formation of Marshall Health Network Inc., an integrated academic health system with Marshall University’s Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. Mountain Health Network has been renamed Marshall Health Network which comprises four hospitals: Cabell Huntington Hospital, St. Mary’s Medical Center,

The Marshall University School of Pharmacy has launched a student wellness program in partnership with Walgreens. The initiative will include resources to support physical, mental and financial health. “This comprehensive program, generously sponsored by Walgreens, underscores our commitment to educate and ensure the well-being of the next generation of pharmacists,” said Eric Blough, Ph.D., dean

The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) has extended the accreditation term for the Marshall University School of Pharmacy doctoral program through June 30, 2030. Program accreditation provides a national basis for quality assurance. Marshall University’s pharmacy doctorate is one of three ACPE-accredited programs in West Virginia. The program first earned accreditation status in 2016

Associate Professor Daniel Brazeau, Ph.D., at the Marshall University Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy, was awarded the George R. Spratto Biological Sciences Distinguished Achievement Award by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP). He received a plaque presented in July during the 2023 AACP meeting in Denver, Colorado.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded the Marshall University School of Pharmacy a $444,000 research enhancement grant to explore possible preventive treatments for oral cancer.

The Marshall University School of Pharmacy is now offering a Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (B.S.P.S.). The new undergraduate program will prepare students for entry-level positions in industrial, academic or research environments and continued pursuit of advanced degrees in medicine, pharmacy or research.

The Marshall University School of Pharmacy celebrated its eighth graduating class Thursday, April 27, at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center in Huntington.

Marshall University School of Pharmacy and Rite Aid are collaborating to provide a Community Practice Rural Health Scholars program for third-year pharmacy students interested in rural community pharmacy practice and future employment with Rite Aid.  Eligible scholars will receive up to $10,000 over the 15-week program.