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Kerchia Asia Lee Wins Inaugural Mary Jane Shanks Trailblazer Award
April 18, 2022
MCW pharmacy student Kerchia Asia Lee receives award that recognizes non-traditional students who thrive despite barriers to success.
Two Years Later, MCW Reflects on COVID-19: Dr. Karen MacKinnon
April 4, 2022
Karen J. MacKinnon, BPharm, RPh, assistant professor and director praises a sense of purpose within the first 2 years of the COVID pandemic.
MCW School of Pharmacy ASHP Residency Match Rate Surpasses National Average
March 17, 2022
Eighty-one percent of residency applicants from the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) School of Pharmacy Class of 2022 matched during Phase I of the annual post-graduate pharmacy match program on March 16, surpassing the 2022 national average.
Teaching to Teach: Pharmacy School Certificate Program Helps Clinician Impart Research
February 1, 2022
New MCW program expands skills needed to educate healthcare professionals and students.
New Laws Help Pharmacists Care for Underserved Communities
January 5, 2022
Hear more about how the new laws help pharmacists care for underserved communities from Dr. MacKinnon and first year pharmacy student, Keegan Norris on Spectrum News 1.
Expanding the Skills and Abilities of Pharmacy Professionals
September 2, 2021
MCW School of Pharmacy's new residency program prepares residents to be community-based primary care pharmacists and academic leaders.
Industry Partnership on EMERPHED™ (Ephedrine Sulfate) Study Bolsters Opportunity for Research and Education
June 21, 2021
The School of Pharmacy partnered with Nexus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. for a pharmaceutical clinical-use study to compare a ready-to-use ephedrine sulfate product, to the commercially-used concentrated ephedrine sulfate in a simulated operating room setting using MCW’s Standardized Teaching Assessment...
Pharmacy Students Administer Vaccines During 'Important Time in History'
May 6, 2021
In less than four months, more than 500 community and MCW volunteers, including 56 supervised pharmacy students, served more than 8,000 hours to administer nearly 20,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine during an on-site vaccination clinic hosted by the MCW Office of Research.
Medical Student Vaccinator Training
April 27, 2021
MCW’s Hub Clinic administered 19,300 vaccine shots during its tenure. The 10,000th shot was administered by M1 medical student Natalie Yass, a reality that would not have been possible without the hard work and coordination of a team involving Academic Affairs, the Kern Institute, the Office of...
MCW Vaccine Clinic Highlights the Expanded Role of the Pharmacist
April 10, 2021
MCW School of Pharmacy assisted in providing more than 17,000 vaccines to healthcare personnel and other eligible populations.
Bridging the Gap
March 15, 2021
Pharmacy student Kong Choua Thao hopes to use his education to serve the Hmong community.
Study of EMERPHED™ (Ephedrine Sulfate) Ready-to-Use Injection Results Reinforce Patient Safety
February 11, 2021
The Pharmacy School and Nexus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. have partnered to compare the use of EMERPHED™, a ready-to-use ephedrine sulfate product, to the commercially used concentrated ephedrine sulfate in a clinical setting.
The Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy Program Receives Full Accreditation Status
January 27, 2021
Upon receiving full Accreditation status, MCW School of Pharmacy has demonstrated, to the satisfaction of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), that its PharmD program complies with stringent accreditation standards.
Career Preparation in the School of Pharmacy
October 8, 2020
The residency pathway for School of Pharmacy students encompasses a three-year process of planning and career development.
MCW Pharmacy School Dean, George E. MacKinnon, III, Honored as a Distinguished Fellow of the National Academies of Practice
September 17, 2020
The National Academies of Practice (NAP) has elected George E. MacKinnon III, PhD, MS, RPh, FASHP as a new Distinguished Fellow of NAP in Pharmacy.
Paving a New Way While Following Family Footsteps
May 30, 2020
When Christopher Tran was young, his parents, both pharmacists, joked that he shouldn’t follow in their footsteps. And at first, he didn’t.