Articles from July 2012

College of Pharmacy Creates Teaching Cases

The University of Iowa College of Pharmacy recently entered into an agreement with the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) to produce “The University of Iowa Teaching Cases.
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Osterhaus Voted APhA President-Elect

The American Pharmacists Association members recently elected Matthew Osterhaus, '80 BSPh, FASCP, FAPhA, as President-elect. Osterhaus co-owns and operates Osterhaus Pharmacy in Maquoketa, Iowa. He is an APhA Trustee, serving on the Finance and Government Affairs Committees.

College of Pharmacy Welcomes New Faculty

In July, the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy welcomed two new faculty members. Dr. M.

College of Pharmacy Plans Homecoming Events

Homecoming 2012 marks the 100th anniversary for homecoming celebrations on the University of Iowa campus.

Elementary Students Receive Introduction to Careers in Science

The week of July 16, several fifth and sixth grade girls attended the University of Iowa’s PharmCamp, a program jointly sponsored by the colleges of pharmacy, engineering, and medicine.

Doucette Named to Veale Professorship

William Doucette, PhD, College of Pharmacy professor and head of the division of health services research has been named the recipient of the Deborah K. Veale Professorship in Healthcare Policy. This professorship aims to “actively involve the pharmacy profession in the creation of health care policies that will benefit our practice settings as well as our patients,” according to Debbie Veale.

College of Pharmacy Celebrates Residents

On June 27, College of Pharmacy faculty, administrators, and friends gathered at the Iowa Memorial Union to celebrate 23 students who completed residencies in the 2011-2012 academic year.

Pharmacy Class of 2012: By the Numbers

College of Pharmacy administrators have been compiling data about graduating student placement, and this year’s data highlights a growing trend in pharmacy education.

Dean Takes College’s Message Statewide

College of Pharmacy Dean Donald E. Letendre spent much of June travelling the state, sharing accomplishments, research, and plans of the college with legislators and supporters.