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  • Pharmacy Student Heading for Belize Takes Packing to a New Level
    Erin Frazee won't be traveling lightly when she journeys to Belize in January as one of Drake's first pharmacy students to do a clinical rotation at the Hillside Health Care International Clinic. Read More>>

  • Iowa Reception at ASHP will be Held in Orlando, Florida
    The Iowa Reception at ASHP will be held at the Peabody Orlando, Orlando, Florida,  Tuesday, December 9, 2008, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM.

  • Drake Welcomes Future Pharmacists of the 2012 Class
    Drake University recently cloaked 108 students in white lab coats to welcome them into the Pharmacy Program. Read More>>

  • Drake Offers Smoking Cessation Programs for Students, Faculty and Staff
    Drake University student who started classes on Monday, Aug.25, found a non-smoking campus and new programs to help smokers who want to quit. Read More>>

  • Phi Delta Chi Chapter Receives 4th Place Honors
    Drake University's Psi Chapter of Phi Delta Chi placed fourth overall nationally in the 2008 Thurston Cup, as announced at the organization's Leadership Development Seminar, held in Austin Texas, August 6-10, 2008.  Read More >>

  • Miesner PH'07, Allen, Koenigsfeld, Wall are Recipients of Iowa Pharmacy Association (IPA) Annual Meeting Poster Presentation Award
    Drake faculty, alumni and students have been recognized by the Iowa Pharmacy Association.  Read More>>

  • Morrow, Fornoff, and Nufer Recognized by Iowa Pharmacy Association (IPA) Koenigsfeld and Stessman Elected to IPA Board
    Drake faculty, alumni and students have been recognized by the Iowa Pharmacy Association.  Read More>>

  • Granberg Pharmacy Alumni Reception - May 16, 2008
    The Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences celebrated the establishment of the Granberg Professional Leadership Fund with a Pharmacy Alumni Reception on Friday May 16, 2008.  Read More>>

  • Wrenn and Students Publish Results of their Research
    Assistant Professor Craige Wrenn, CPHS students  Bainbridge and Koselke report M2 receptor play an important role in cognitive abilities.  Read More>>
  • Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Chapter in San Francisco
    Congratulations to the Drake team, one of eight finalists that will be competing this week in the national Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee Competition at the annual meeting of AMCP in San Francisco. Read More>>
  • Koenigsfeld and Stessman Elected to Iowa Pharmacy Association Board for 2008-2009
    In an electronic ballot, the membership of the Iowa Pharmacy Association elected seven pharmacists to serve as officers and trustees for the 2008-2009 administrative year.  Read More>>
  • Barker (PH'10) awarded ASHP Student Leadership Award
    The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Pharmacy Student Forum and the ASHP Research and Education have announced the recipients of the 2007-2008 ASHP Student Leadership Award Program.  Read More>>
  • Health questions about ... Prescription safety
    John Rovers is an associate professor and director of the Community Pharmacy Residency Program at Drake University. He answered questions about drug safety, for the Des Moines Register.  Read More>>
  • Teacher, Mentor and Preceptor of the Year awarded at 2008 Pharmacy & Health Sciences Day
    Each year the college awards faculty nominated by students for the prestigious awards of Teacher, Mentor and Preceptor of the year.  Read More>>
  • Student Chapter of ASP wins award at APhA Annual Meeting
    The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Student Chapter of ASP received an award and plaque at the recent APhA meeting.  Read More>>
  • Drake pharmacy students compete in health care entrepreneur competition
    Drake students recently participated in Drake's Next Top Entrepreneur Competition, a challenge allowing them the opportunity to showcase their creativity skills and health care related innovations. The event was part of Entrepreneurship Week USA and was hosted by Drake's DELTA Rx Institute.  Read More>>
  • Drake professor honored by American Pharmacists Association
    Drake University Professor John Rovers has been selected as a 2007-08 Fellow of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science (APhA-APRS).  Read More>>
  • Walgreens Supports Drake Pharmacy Lab Renovation
    Walgreen Co. has donated  $50,000 to Drake University's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences to assist in the renovation the Donald F. Davidson Pharmacy Practice Laboratory in Fitch Hall.  Read More>>
  • Pharmacy Students To Gain State-of-the-Art Davidson Practice Lab
    Drake University Trustee Don Davidson is making a $300,000 gift to renovate the Donald F. Davidson Pharmacy Practice Laboratory in Fitch Hall.  Read More>>
  • Nicholas J. Lynn (PH'75) Named Vice Chair of Health Law Practice at Duane Morris LLP
    Duane Morris LLP, one of the world's 100 largest law firms, has named Nicholas Lynn, a partner in the firm's Chicago office, vice chair of its national Health Law Practice Group.  Read More>>
  • Drake Alumni To Be Honored At Annual Pharmacy And Health Sciences Day
    Three outstanding pharmacy alumni will be honored at the Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences’ 21st student-organized Pharmacy and Health Sciences Day on Tuesday, Feb. 26.  Read More>>
  • Weber elected to a Province VIII position for Kappa Psi
    Drake Pharmacy P3 student, Amanda Weber was elected to a Province VIII Historian position for Kappa Psi this past October in Iowa City, Iowa at the biannual Conclave (Province Assembly).  Read More>>
  • Pharmacy students to offer screenings during Legislative Day
    Pharmacy students from Drake University and the University of Iowa will team up to offer glucose, bone density, heartburn and blood pressure screenings targeted for Iowa legislators during Legislative Day on Wednesday, Feb. 13.  Read More>>
  • Pharmacy students gain reinstated professional pharmacy fraternity
    After its closing in the early '90s, the Drake chapter of the Lambda Kappa Sigma pharmacy fraternity, was reinstated recently, thanks to Drake students.  Read More>>
  • Rovers selected as a 2008 Fellow of APhA
    Congratulations to John Rovers upon his selection as a 2008 Fellow of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) by the APhA Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science.  Read More>>
  • Hartig, P3 and Tischer, P2 receive NACDS Scholarships
    The National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation has awarded Drake University's College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences a $20,000 grant to provide students with internships at community pharmacies.  Read More>>
  • Wedemeyer-Oleson Receives Distinguished Service Award
    DeeAnn Wedemeyer-Oleson was one of the inaugural winners of the Section of Inpatient Care Practitioners Distinguished Service Award.  Read More>>
  • Drake Grad Awarded Clinical Lipid Specialist Credentials
    Melissa Mead Hull, a 2000 graduate of Drake University, is one of the first pharmacists in the nation to be awarded clinical lipid specialist credentials by the Accreditation Council for Clinical Lipidology.  Read More>>
  • Morrow to Receive 2008 Weaver Medal of Honor
    2008 Weaver Medal of Honor will be awarded to Richard Morrow, GR'83, the Ellis and Nelle Levitt distinguished professor of pharmacology.  Read More>>
  • 2008 Bill Burke Pharmacy Student Leadership Conference Participants Announced
    DES MOINES (January 22, 2008) The Iowa Pharmacy Association (IPA) is pleased to announced the 30 student pharmacists who were selected for the 2008 Bill Burke Pharmacy Student Leadership Conference held in Iowa City on February 2-3, 2008.  Read More>>
  • Finn to be honored at the Iowa Reception
    Drake University's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics will be honored at the Iowa Reception of the APhA Annual Meeting.  Read More>>
  • Wal-Mart Partnership Sparks Student Leadership and Entrepreneur Programs
    Students in Drake's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences will gain leadership and entrepreneurial skills through a two-prong program funded through a new three-year pledge and partnership with Wal-Mart.  Read More>>
  • NACDS Foundation awards $20,000 to Drake's College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
    The National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation has awarded Drake University's College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences a $20,000 grant to provide students with internships at community pharmacies.  Read More>>
  • Wrenn Receives New Investigator Grant from AFPE
    Board of Directors and Board of Grants of the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education will disburse $750,000 in awards to 15 PharmD degree students, 59 PhD degree students, 1 Clinical Pharmacy Post-PharmD researcher, and 14 pharmacy college faculty researchers to support their pharmaceutical science studies and research during the 2007-2008 academic year. Read More>>
 

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