Pharmacy in the News
Cedar Care Offers COVID-19 Antivirals
Both medications require a prescription and should be started as early as possible within five days of symptoms appearing.
Seeking Healthcare Solutions in a Hurry
Grace Hong, a first-year Doctor of Pharmacy student at Cedarville University, will participate in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Hacking Medicine Grand Hack from April 15-17, 2022.
Changing Perceptions: Pharmacist to Address National Audience
Dr. Emmanuel Ayanjoke, the pain management and palliative care fellow in the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy, will serve as a keynote speaker for the annual meeting of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA).
International Pharmacy Student Serves Refugees
ND Nguyen, a second-year pharmacy student from Vietnam, will lead a medical mission trip for Cedarville University Global Outreach to serve the refugee population in Clarkston, Georgia, during spring break 2022.
Textbook Tackles Moral Challenges
Pharmacists now have increased opportunities and responsibilities beyond dispensing drugs, which means they also have new ethical challenges to consider.
Gift Continues Legacy of Service
Dr. Rebecca Gryka continues to support the school’s work of preparing the next generation of Christian pharmacists.
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.
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.
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.
"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.
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.
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.