Penny Prime originally wanted to study medicine. Charlotte Hambly initially started in dentistry.
“I was interested in the health care/patient care aspect, so I did an experience (job shadow) in pharmacy and liked it,” Hambly said.
“I did a work experience in pharmacy and really liked it. Prior to that I had no idea about what the job was,” Prime said.
Having found the pharmacy profession, both girls are attending the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Cardiff University in Wales, one of the top-rated pharmacy programs in the UK. The two student pharmacists came to Spokane this summer to participate in specialty … » More …
The Association for Women in Science (AWIS) Inland Northwest-Washington State University affiliated student organization was recognized for its activity in STEM advocacy this past year in Spokane.
AWIS is a global network with 80 grassroots chapters and affiliates connecting more than 100,000 professionals in STEM worldwide. The WSU group, based on the WSU Health Sciences campus in Spokane, was selected as one of 10 affiliates nationwide for the AWIS STAR Award.
The AWIS Star Award, announced in April, honors the affiliates and chapters that have accomplished key objectives outlined in the group’s strategic plan. According to AWIS, the WSU-affiliated activities over the past year have … » More …
Ruby Siegel is searching for a better way to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
According to Siegel, this painful auto-immune disease affects one percent of the population worldwide and currently there is no cure. Siegel recently received a Graduate Student Fellowship from the Rheumatology Research Foundation (RRF). The fellowship includes $1,000 to Washington State University and $3,000 directly to Siegel to fund her research.
Siegel is a Ph.D. student in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduate Program at the WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS). … » More …
Two of the WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences’ (CPPS) post-graduate pharmacy fellows will join the college as faculty this August.
Taylor Bertsch and Jennifer (Czapinski) Miller move from fellows to clinical assistant professors, and will teach in the college’s Doctor of Pharmacy program. Both completed two-year fellowship programs this summer.
Bertsch is from Auburn, Washington. He chose WSU because he believes it promotes a progressive mindset. Bertsch completed his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2016 at WSU before going into the Academic Fellowship Program under faculty advisor Kim McKeirnan.
“I have grown more confident in changing environments and comfortable with promoting … » More …