Faculty Are Making a Difference Through Research

July 15, 2022

School of Pharmacy faculty members are actively engaged in research that is advancing the field of pharmacy. From rodent behavior to researching vaccine hesitancy, our faculty are making a difference! Our faculty at CUSOP published an article on utilizing an academic success tool for pharmacy students. Dr. Aleda Chen, Associate... View Article

2022 Spring and Summer Break Missions Trip

July 15, 2022

Faculty and students traveled across the globe during summer and spring breaks, using healthcare as a tool to share the hope of the Gospel. Hundreds of people had their lives changed, both physically and spiritually. Caring Partners Guatemala Trip Three P3 students and Dr. Bethany Sibbitt, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy... View Article

Pharmacy’s Response to COVID-19

October 20, 2021

Pharmacy’s Response to COVID-19 Renee Allison, Pharm.D. ’22, is making a difference as an AphA APPE student. She recently posted an article she wrote on the American Pharmacists Association message board. In it, she shared resources surrounding vaccine confidence and patient outreach, and you can read it below.   During the... View Article

Alumni Updates Fall 2021

October 20, 2021

Alumni Updates Fall 2021 We are excited for what is happening in the lives of our alumni. Be sure to let us know of any changes in YOUR life! Awards Vineeta Rao, Pharm.D. ’19 received outstanding awards in 2021. They include Society of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacists Top Trainee Poster for research... View Article

2021-22 Pharmacy Advisory Council

October 19, 2021

2021-22 Pharmacy Advisory Council We would like to thank the Alumni Advisory Council for their input on homecoming weekend and welcome some of our newest advisory board members. We enjoyed meeting with several of the council members virtually and in person on October 1. This was the first meeting for... View Article

Making Inroads in Precision Medicine Through Interprofessional Collaboration

April 5, 2019

Ryley Uber, Pharm.D. ’18 works collaboratively within a new Pharmacogenomics (PGx) Center of Excellence at University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy that combines expertise and technology in genomics, bioinformatics, implementation science, medication response phenotyping and education. The Center aims to discover and validate medication response predictors in patients, overcome clinical implementation... View Article

Alumnus Long Part of Healthcare Innovation

April 4, 2019

  Over the past two years, Jordan Long, Pharm.D. ’17 served at Cleveland Clinic, a world renowned leading hospital in healthcare. Its pharmacy prides itself in being a leader in pharmacy practice and healthcare innovation. Health-System Integration As Cleveland Clinic continues to grow, now with twelve hospitals in Northeast Ohio, five in... View Article

Center for Pharmacy Innovation – First-Year Review

January 9, 2019

The first year of the Center for Pharmacy Innovation has been a great success. The Center seeks to identify creative solutions, provide educational initiatives, and promote patient advocacy that positively impact patients and expand the pharmacist’s role as part of a collaborative healthcare team. In order to accomplish this mission,... View Article

Realigning Our Mission, Vision, and Goals

January 8, 2019

“If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.” – Yogi Berra All organizations must have a clear vision and plan to accomplish the goals before them. This is no different for the School of Pharmacy. In 2018, the faculty and staff took time to reevaluate... View Article

Cedarville Professional Pharmacy Student Beats Cancer

September 13, 2018

Third-year professional pharmacy student Julia Gardner was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) on August 15, 2015, just six weeks after her wedding. After two 1/2 years of treatment, Gardner is in remission and anticipating a 2020 graduation from Cedarville University. ALL is a cancer that causes bone marrow to... View Article