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A group of St. Louis College of Pharmacy alumnae were selected to spearhead rapid COVID-19 testing at a Walgreens location in the St. Louis metro east area, bringing free COVID-19 testing to the community.

Following a 41-year career in academic pharmacy and a decade serving as president of St. Louis College of Pharmacy, John A. Pieper, Pharm.D., FCCP, FAPhA, recently announced that he will retire at the end of the 2020-21 academic year.

Abigail Yancey, Pharm.D. ‘03, FCCP, BCPS, professor of pharmacy practice, and Brenda Walter, Ph.D., professor of history, received this year’s Outstanding Educator Awards.

P4 student Darrick Emery shares his experience working as an intern at a local hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The professional class of 2020 celebrated their personal and professional accomplishments virtually during the College’s annual Doctor of Pharmacy Recognition Ceremony on Friday, May 8.

The College is offering a one-hour CE webinar for pharmacists that explores the options being investigated for the treatment of COVID-19.

Faculty and staff are calling students to check in on their well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.

With his trumpet in hand, Walter Beckham, admissions representative at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and his six bandmates, set out on a mission to raise the spirits of St. Louis residents through music during the stay-at-home orders that were in place over the past two months.

Bahaa Elgendy, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicinal chemistry at the College, has received more than $426,000 in grant funds from the National Institute on Aging to support research focused on the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.

 

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