Dr. Mariette Sourial and Dr. Erin Dorval Dr. Mariette Sourial was recognized by the Florida Pharmacy Association (FPA) as the recipient of the organization's highest honor, the James H. Beal - Pharmacist of the Year - Award during the Association's annual meeting held recently in Bonita Springs,
PBA pharmacy students serve on medical mission Last month, a PBA-led medical mission team ministered to residents of a region plagued by poverty, joblessness and hunger. They didn’t need to leave Palm Beach County to do it. For the eighth consecutive year, graduate students from the Lloyd L.
Two highly educated and motivated health care pioneers have just joined the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University, as post-graduate residents. Jennifer Wick is the very first Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident in Palm Beach Atlantic University’s brand new PGY-2
Dr. E. Randolph Richards, provost and chief academic officer for Palm Beach Atlantic University, announced the promotion of 12 faculty members. ; Associate Professor Mark Aliapoulios was promoted to Professor of Voice. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Miami and Master
; Pharmacy graduate David Thomas John "TJ" Stimson does it all. He has worked as a pharmacy tech and as a teacher in a Christian high school. He plays several musical instruments at church and adds his guitar to the Pharmonics, the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy's in-house praise band.
Over 50 first-year students in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University participated in the school’s professional covenant ceremony, during which the students received their white coats symbolizing their public commitment to the profession of pharmacy. Family
The Gregory School of Pharmacy recently welcomed two new professors, Dr. John A. Dougherty and Dr. Catherine A. Harrington. Dougherty, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, earned his bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from Purdue University, his Masters of Business Administration from Eastern
From left:; Dr. Mariette Sourial, Dr. Christine Yocum,Winston Johnson, Luis Galvin, Kerline Lajoie, Ariel Richardson,;Amaarah Peck Ortiz, Dr. Carlos Torrado. “The sessions allowed us to not only acknowledge that we all have to work together to help the patient, but also allowed each professional
For Jessica Hernandez, a third year pharmacy student, a career in pharmacy means a career advocating for patients and people. “The reason we keep doing this (hosting the health fair) is because we love being a part of the community, and knowing there is a need in the community,” Hernandez said.
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy will present its 10th Community Health Fair, a free event to assist and educate the Lake Worth community, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Armory Annex, 1121 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth. Pharmacists, healthcare