For Palm Beach Atlantic University pharmacy student Abel Carranza, the journey to pharmacy began many years ago with staring into his parents’ medicine cabinet. “I was fascinated,” Carranza said. “You took a pill, and you felt better. I wanted to know how that worked.” During the Lloyd L.
Thirty-eight pharmacy students from around the country gathered for the annual Cardinal Health Student Leadership Conference in Houston, Texas, May 18-20, includining Ashley Hiltunen of the PBA Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy. “The conference focused on the opportunities that pharmacy has
Four faculty members in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy were promoted to leadership positions during the spring semester, Dean Jeff Lewis announced. Dr. Dana Brown Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Dr. Dana Brown was promoted to Associate Dean
Gregory Outstanding Graduate Award recipient Abel Carranza is applauded by his classmates as he steps up to accept his award. One could almost feel the glow Friday night from the Rubin Arena in the Greene Athletic Complex, filled as it was with 62 beaming
The Office of Accreditation, Assessment and Research at Palm Beach Atlantic University has announced the recipients of the University’s 2017-2018 Quality Initiative (QI) Faculty and Student Research Grants. The grant cycle runs from July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018. Kevin Boyle, graduate student,
Viviane Caya-Vandenbroek, a fourth-year Pharm.D./MBA student at Palm Beach Atlantic University, hopes to make a positive difference in the world, starting with her time at PBA. The summer after her first year in pharmacy school, the Montreal, Canada, native joined a group of students and
The Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University has named Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Dr. Adwoa Nornoo as chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. “Dr. Nornoo has been an influential, effective and dedicated member of the pharmaceutical
The Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County has announced the addition of Dr. Jacintha S. Cauffield, associate professor of pharmacy practice in Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy, to its Board of Directors. Serving on the Mental
Seventy first-year students in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University recently participated in the school’s professional covenant ceremony, during which the students officially received their white coats and fully committed themselves to the profession.
Aisha Shokoya, a third-year student in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University, is one of 40 students nationwide chosen to receive the Tylenol Future Care Scholarship. The recipients have displayed academic excellence, exemplary leadership, community