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Dr. Rebecca Gryka teaching students in the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy.

Gift Continues Legacy of Service

Dr. Rebecca Gryka continues to support the school’s work of preparing the next generation of Christian pharmacists.
Erin Ballentine and Sam Treinish

Pharmacy Students in National Leadership Roles

Two students in Cedarville University’s Doctor of Pharmacy program were recently chosen for key leadership roles in the national pharmacy society Phi Lambda Sigma, also known as the Pharmacy Leadership Society.
Zach Krauss helping a patient at Gem City Market.

Students Serve Patients at Community Grocery Store

The Cedarville chapter of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association has been providing free healthcare screenings to customers at Dayton’s Gem City Market.
students learning in cyber security and environmental science and a pharmacy student serving at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

Six New Majors Eligible for Choose Ohio First Grants

In addition to six new majors being eligible, work-based learning experiences will be made available to every Choose Ohio First scholar.
A wood frog, a type of frog that survives being completely frozen during winter hibernation.

"Ribbiting" Research: Frozen Frogs and Nerve Degeneration

Can frogs help scientists better understand how to delay nerve degeneration? Three professors from Cedarville University’s school of pharmacy and department of science and mathematics are coming together to try to answer that question.
Dr. Brenda Pahl

NIH Study to Reduce Opioid Deaths in Greene County

Cedarville University professor Dr. Brenda Pahl has been working as part of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program studying the opioid crisis.
Ankit Pandav from his time in the National Guard.

Afghanistan Veteran Serves as Dayton VA Pharmacist

Ankit Pandav served the United States at home and in Afghanistan. Pandav, a 2019 Cedarville University graduate, will begin his career as an outpatient pharmacist on November 15 at the Dayton VA Medical Center.
Dr. Justin Coby during the Cedar Care meet and greet

Cedarville Stories Podcast: The Right Chemistry

For Dr. Justin Coby, chemistry is a big reason he currently serves as Director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy.
Dr. Justin Coby, director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy, holding a box of monoclonal antibodies

Cedar Care Village Pharmacy Offering Monoclonal Antibodies

Cedar Care has already begun to administer the antibodies by appointment at its downtown Cedarville location on 63 N. Main Street, which is open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.
Dr. Rocco Rotello working in the pharmacy lab

Pharmacy Professor Conducts COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Research

Dr. Rocco Rotello, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences, is conducting research regarding the longevity of protein production from the synthetic mRNA injected during vaccination.
Dr. Katie Perry serving a patient at Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

Independent Pharmacy Connects Family and Community

With help from her family, Dr. Katie Perry hopes to bring a personal touch to healthcare in Germantown, Ohio, near where she grew up.
Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

New Director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy

After nearly two decades of experience in pharmacies and clinics, Dr. Justin Coby will start as director of Cedar Care Village Pharmacy, the teaching pharmacy associated with Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy.