Archive for January, 2014

Office of Graduate Programs
January 30, 2014

The USF College of Pharmacy (COP) is pleased to announce the establishment of its Office of Graduate Programs. COP was established in 2010 to offer the  PharmD program. The vision for Research & Graduate education at COP included developing cutting-edge research in two areas: Nanomedicine and Pharmacogenomics, creating a diverse learning environment for students and faculty […]

Provider Status: Pharmacists
January 26, 2014

By Philip Bonet, Class of 2015 During my summer vacation I took a weeklong trip to our nation’s capital. Standing on the steps of the Capitol and facing the National Mall inspired me to become just a bit more actively involved in our nation’s political events. As a third year pharmacy student one of my concerns […]

Pharmacogenomics: Why Pharmacists?
January 11, 2014

By: Nathan Seligson, Class of 2015 Pharmacists have a unique perspective on medication therapies. Commonly referred to as “drug experts”, no other health professional has a deeper, more encompassing understanding of pharmaceuticals. Much like the clinical study of pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenomics is destined to be implemented by qualified pharmacists1. Pharmacogenomics concerns itself with the effect of genetic […]