Katie Bozman (PharmD '15) knew PCOM School of Pharmacy was the school she had been looking for after attending
an open house.
”I felt confident that the program’s structure would help me to be the well-rounded
pharmacist I wanted to be, but more importantly, I was so impressed with the culture
of the program. It was obvious even then how invested the program was into its students’
successes,” she explained.
As a student, Bozman had the opportunity to work as a research assistant—an experience
she feels will be valuable in her career.
“Because of the research experiences I was able to develop during my time at [PCOM
School of Pharmacy], I strongly believe that I will be able to cultivate and complete
a research project that will improve medication safety and patients’ quality of life.”