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Pharmacy Course Addresses Specific Challenges of Transgender Community

A course at Shenandoah University aims to increase pharmacists’ knowledge about gender identity and the unique health care challenges of transgender patients. According to Jonn Bailey, assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the university’s Inova Center for Personalized Health in Fairfax, Virginia, an unmet need led him to introduce a focus on transgender care into […]

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Winchester Professor Studies Soothing Sounds

Are there certain sounds like calm voices or magazine pages turning slowly that you find deeply relaxing?  If so, you may be experiencing autonomous sensory meridian response or ASMR for short.  Dr. Craig Richard, professor in the department of biopharmaceutical sciences at Shenandoah University in Winchester and creator of ASMR University, has been studying this phenomenon for years – […]

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The Go-To Guy For “Brain Tingles”

Have you seen videos where people whisper, cut hair, or unwrap candy bars slowly to help other people relax? If you have, you’ve potentially experienced Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or ASMR, and Shenandoah University Professor of Biopharmaceutical Sciences Craig A. H. Richard, Ph.D., has become an expert in the field, through both his research and […]

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Alumnus Purchases Local Pharmacy

Anthony “Tony” Fields ’04 is the new owner of Lantz’s Pharmacy & Gifts in Stephens City, Virginia. Fields, who worked at Lantz’s for a decade before buying the business, said he considers the staff and customers of Lantz’s to be like family – in one case, quite literally: one of the staffers became his wife. […]

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10 Tips To Get The Most Out of Pharmacy School

By Katherine Cobb Practicing pharmacists Renee Bogdan ’09, Han Feng ’13, Kevin Morgan ’01 and Lisa Shelton-Strucko ’03 offer professional advice for pharmacy students. These career tips originated from panel discussions at the Sixth Annual Alumni Roundtable sponsored by Shenandoah University’s Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy and the Alumni Association on Oct. 19, 2017. […]

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Shenandoah pharmacy alumna Tiffany Chen '14, '17 in motorcycle helmet as she participates in the Ride for Kids for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Pharmacy Alumna Rides For Pediatric Cancer Research & Cure

Tiffany Chan ’17, Pharm.D., is taking to the roads this weekend to raise money to assist children dealing with pediatric brain tumors. She, along with her boyfriend, will travel by motorcycle on Sunday, Sept. 24, as part of the Baltimore/Washington D.C. Ride for Kids, benefiting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF). It’s the third time Chan […]

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