Sohail Samet
Alum

Sohail Samet

Helping Patients in Need

Alum, NDMU Class of 2021
Doctor of Pharmacy
Patient care is my number one priority. Before I came to pharmacy school, I wanted to help patients in need. Notre Dame was the right choice for me because they offer various community outreach opportunities. We went to communities in downtown Baltimore and helped patients in need at women’s health centers. Our instructors were always right there with us, advising us to do better.
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Student
Juston Summerville

Great experience and Opportunity

Student, NDMU Class of 2024
Doctor of Pharmacy
Notre Dame of Maryland University’s School of Pharmacy has been a great experience and opportunity for me. I started my pharmacy career in 2019 as a Pharmacy Technician at Johns Hopkins Hospital where I met a young pharmacy intern that was in his third year at NDMU. I was impressed with his work ethic, his excitement, and the enthusiasm he had about his future was contagious. He told me all about the resources and opportunities that he enjoyed as a pharmacy student at NDMU, and how excited he was about his future. I applied immediately.

The faculty at NDMU inspire me and give me the tools I need to be the best version of myself. I enjoy the unique classes that allow for hands-on experiences while learning the craft. And at the same time we are afforded the opportunity to serve our community, expand our knowledge, and improve upon our professionalism and confidence. Not only has the NDMU Pharmacy program helped my career grow as a healthcare provider, but as a person as well. The only regret I have is not doing it sooner.
Reem Abdullah
Alum
Reem Abdullah

Prepared to Serve

Alum, NDMU Class of 2016
Doctor of Pharmacy
“My main focus is public health, and I saw firsthand the innovative ways that Notre Dame was giving back to the local community. They don’t just prepare you to become a successful pharmacist: they are setting you up to use those skills to benefit society.”
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Alum
Paola Rivera Mudafort

A Pharmacist Helping Immigrant Communities

Alum, NDMU Class of 2022
Doctor of Pharmacy
"What attracted me to go here is the open-door policy of all the professors. These professors not only teach for the School of Pharmacy, but they also have their own practices. Despite their busy schedules, every time I had a question they would make me feel comfortable."

Originally from Puerto Rico, Paola Rivera Mudafort D’22 first came to Maryland 10 years ago. As a pharmacist, she wants to use her medical knowledge and ability to speak Spanish to help the immigrant community.