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FAMU CoPPS, IPH RECEIVES $700,000 GRANT TO INCREASE AWARENESS AND PARTICIPATION OF MINORITIES IN COVID-19 VARIANT CLINICAL RESEARCH TRIALS

3/30/2022
The College has received a $707,000 research project cooperative agreement grant (U01) from the Food and Drug Administration. A U01 grant supports discrete, specified, circumscribed projects performed by investigators in an area representing their specific interests and competencies.. ... Read More

FAMU DRS Valedictorian Becomes Pharmacist then Completes Medical School

3/10/2022
Terrell Coring, PharmD., M.D., is pursuing his passion to improve lives as a resident physician at Medstar Washington Health Center in Washington, D.C. ... Read More

FAMU Professor Secures $3.5M to Support Wellness of Florida's First Responders

3/3/2022
Faculty member secured an estimated $2.5 million from the Florida Department of Children and Families to continue collaborative efforts to support the wellness of the state’s first responders. .... Read More

FAMU/BMS Welcomes the 2022 Resident Cohort

2/17/2022
FAMU CoPPS, IPH, welcomes two new residents who will further their postgraduate pharmacy training with the FAMU/Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) partnership. .....  Read More

Celebrating African American Chemists

2/14/2022
ACS Axial Interviews CoPPS, IPH Professor Dr. Seth Ablordeppey. Read more about his life, his research, and his work getting underrepresented minorities (URMs) interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers.....  Read More

NFPPC P4 Learners Assist With the Shots at the Shop White House Initiative

9/28/2021
The Biden Administration invited student pharmacists at the Northeast  Florida Pharmacy Practice Center (NFPPC) to participate in its most recent COVID-19, health initiative, “Shots at the Shop.” Shots at the Shop is a program to engage 1,000 Black-owned barbershops and hair salons nationwide to act as health advocates. Participants assist their clients in making informed COVID-related decisions, dispelling...  Read More

Apothecary Board of Advisors Hold Fall 2021 Meeting

9/22/2021
The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Institute of Public Health recently held its 3rd Apothecary Board of Advisors meeting. This biannual two-day meeting took place on September 9th and 10th.   The mission of the Apothecary Board of Advisors is to provide developmental support for the College. The Board also assists the Dean and...  Read More

New Chair Blazing a Clear Path Toward Reaccreditation

9/22/2021
The American Council for Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE) ensures that professional degree programs adequately meet a national basis for quality assurance. Accreditation also improves the professional services available to the public, as accredited programs are expected to modify their requirements consistently to reflect advances in knowledge and practice.[1] Additionally, ACPE Standards 2016 and the corresponding rubric ...  Read More

FAMU/BMS Welcomes the 2021 Resident Cohort

9/22/2021

Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Science, Institute of Public Health (FAMU CoPPS, IPH), welcomes two new residents.  Nabil Sukar, PharmD, from Lawton, Oklahoma, and Candice Arline, PharmD from Donalsonville, Georgia, will be furthering their postgraduate pharmacy training with the FAMU/Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) partnership.  This pharmaceutical industry residency program was founded in 2009...  Read More

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