Osteopathic medicine and Pharmacy students donned the traditional garb during ceremonies in front of family and friends.
Assistant professor Dr. Ling offers guidance for potential medical students, encouraging them to explore what pharmacy means to them.
The nuclear pharmacist compounds radiopharmaceuticals for nuclear medicine departments and outpatient diagnostic clinics for the diagnosis and staging of cancer or metabolic function of target organs.
Dr. Samuel shares why she chose a career as an educator and offers advice for those considering careers in pharmacy.
In partnership with WellStar North Fulton, Drs. Megan Boudouin and Bradley McCoul will serve as clinical instructors and be exposed to patient care.
Aspiring pharmacists who are students at Valdosta State University will be eligible to earn doctoral degrees one year earlier.
PCOM School of Pharmacy highlights recent faculty accomplishments including publications and presentations.
PharmDigest is published by the PCOM School of Pharmacy Student Council. Featured in the Spring 2019 issue: dinner with a pharmacist, standout residency candidate panel and more.
Dr. Holaway explains how he chose a career in pharmacy education to help create health equity.
Dr. Desuo Wang has taught PharmD programs for more than 15 years and offers advice for students considering careers in pharmacy.
Interested in a rewarding career with the potential for six-figure earnings? With median annual wages topping $120,000, a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from PCOM can be a pathway to a lucrative job.
Dr. Edo-Abasi McGee explains how pharmacists work in a variety of settings and positively impact health outcomes.
Dean Spencer's goal is for PCOM School of Pharmacy to become a nationally recognized leader in innovation, entrepreneurship, education and research in the advancement of the pharmacy profession.
The articulation agreement will allow aspiring pharmacists at Middle Georgia State University (MGA) to enter pharmacy school after completing their junior year at MGA.