March is Women's History Month, and we proudly honor alumna Helen Eddy, director of the Polk County Health Department -- one of Iowa’s largest health departments. It is a post that she relishes even in a pandemic.
Eddy Airiohuodion, '17 PharmD and Genesis Board member, is passionate about many things: helping the clients who frequent the Walmart pharmacy he manages, providing life-saving medications to his home country of Nigeria, and supporting his wife, Olabimpe, and daughter, I
Maurice Shaw, '13 R (community resident), has been inundated lately with job opportunities. Pharmacies and public health institutions are frantically searching for trained professionals to administer and document COVID-19 vaccinations and monitor patients for side effects. Shaw is a clinical pharmacist at the University of Illinois at Chicago
When Yury Kim started college in Seoul, South Korea, she enrolled in classes to become an English teacher, eventually completing a bachelor’s degree in language instruction. But when she married an American and moved to Iowa, she decided to take a very different direction and go back to school to become a pharmacist.
UI Pharmaceuticals, provider of contract pharmaceutical product development and manufacturing services, and a division of the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy has been awarded two new drug supply contracts.