Class of 2021 physicians, pharmacists and physical therapists graduated from the Ameris Bank Amphitheatre in Alpharetta on May 27.
Kinjal Shah, PharmD ’21, has accepted an analyst position in the market research division of MMIT, a firm that helps to simplify patient access to therapies.
Vivian Flores, PharmD '21, considers pharmacy intellectually challenging and believes pharmacists are an essential element in ensuring the health of patients.
PCOM Georgia students, faculty and other community members received COVID-19 shots at the vaccination events.
Gwinnett County entrepreneurs Clyde and Sandra Strickland recently established endowed scholarships for PCOM Georgia doctoral students.
PCOM Georgia medical, pharmacy and physician assistant students are working to meet the need for COVID vaccinators in Georgia.
Students in the osteopathic medicine, pharmacy and physician assistant studies programs are trained to deliver vaccinations.
The free summer program allows Atlanta area youth to explore healthcare careers while being mentored by PCOM Georgia students and faculty.
The Fall 2020 edition of PharmDigest features the latest PCOM School of Pharmacy student council news.
Joseph Monplaisir, Class of 2021, describes his ambulatory care pharmacy experience as a 4th-year pharmacy student.
Brent Rollins, PhD, RPh, associate professor of pharmacy practice, shares encouraging and uplifting advice for pharmacy students.
A four part virtual series will teach medical students and faculty members using online lectures, group practice and tutors.
The Early Assurance Program grants GSW students early entry into PCOM Georgia's PharmD program.
Jeffrey Clark, Diana Tran and Maya Watford will serve on committees that support PharmD student benefits and address diversity issues.
Founded in 2010, the four-year program allows students to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree as well as pursue a concentration or dual degree.