School of Arts, Sciences & Business
Jessica Davis, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, will participate in the Philosophy of Education Society (PES) conference March 12-13, where she will present on the “Challenges to Educational Authority Posed by Philosophy for/with Children” panel. Jessica was also recently appointed to the PES Committee on the Status of Women and will attend that meeting during the conference.
Dr. Jeana DelRosso, Department of English, was invited to give a talk on March 3 via zoom in the public lecture series, Women Who Changed the Church, at the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology in Cambridge, UK. Her talk was titled, "On Unruly Catholic Nuns: Creative Responses to Catholicism."
School of Pharmacy
Dr. Jazmin Black (Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences) published “Color lines: disparities in pharmacy treatment, education, and practice” in Pharmacy Today. 2022;2:52-62.
Dr. James Culhane (Assistant Dean & Professor) – his book “Evidenced Based Learning Strategies for Pharmacy Students” will be published this spring/summer by APhA.
Dr. Ka Hong (Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences) and colleagues published “An update of nucleic acids aptamers theranostic integration with CRISPR/Cas Technology” Molecules 2022;27(3):1114.
Dr. Ka Hong (Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences) was a guest editor for a special issue of the journal, Bioengineering. The issue is “Aptamers against bacterial origins and their diagnostic and biosensing applications”
Dr. Jane Ho (Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences) and colleagues published “Preservation of Cardiac Reserve and Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Patients With Acute De Novo Versus Acute on Chronic Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction” in the American Journal of Cardiology in August of 2021
Dr. Jane Ho (Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences) and colleagues published “Meta-analysis of clinical outcomes of PCSK9 modulators in patients with established ASCVD” in Pharmacotherapy in October of 2021
Dr. James Culhane (Assistant Dean & Professor) spoke on the following Podcasts:
- “Strategies & techniques to optimize your time in a study group”. STATMED podcast. January 2022
- “Setting up a study group for success”. STATMED podcast. January 2022
- “Pros and cons of group studying in med school”. STATMED podcast. December 2022.
Dr. Matthew Shimoda (Associate Dean & Associate Professor) moderated the session “COVID-19 Innovations and lessons learned for patient safety” at the Maryland Pharmacists Association Midyear Meeting. February 27, 2022
Dr. Lauren Haggerty (Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences) moderated the session “Legislative Updates: State and Federal” at the Maryland Pharmacists Association Midyear Meeting on February 27, 2022.
Dr. Anne Lin (Dean & Professor) presented “The Profession of Pharmacy” to Women in Science club at Notre Dame Preparatory High School on February 4, 2022.
Prof. Sherry Moore (Assistant Director of Experiential Education & Instructor) presented the session “Wellness and the Brain” at the Maryland Pharmacists Association Midyear Meeting on February 27, 2022.
Dr. Simone Weiner(Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences) and students “Presence of Implicit Racial Bias in Student Pharmacists and Impact on Perception of Pain Sensitivity” – poster presentation at the American Pharmacist Association Annual Conference March 2022.
Dr. Lauren Haggerty (Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences) was appointed to 2021-2022 Maryland Pharmacists Association Co-Chair of Advocacy Committee and Journal Committee.
Dr. Lauren Haggerty (Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences) was appointed to the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Lab SIG’s Professional Identity Formation subcommittee
Dr. Anne Lin (Dean & Professor) was elected as Vice-Chair of the Board of The LEADERship.
Sabari Surendran, Pharm.D. ’20 Manager Safety Analysis Scientist, Global Safety Strategy and Risk Management, Janssen Pharmaceuticals
Darshita Amin, Pharm.D. ’20 – Co-Owner, Reading Community Pharmacy, Reading, PA
Chibuike Nduanya, PharmD. ’18 Lieutenant, Commissioned Corps, The U.S. Public Health Service