Faculty and Student Publications, Awards, and Honors


Published on October 23, 2018

Miranda Ginder MB '19, a Humanities minor, has successfully published her essay, "The Societal and Intellectual Barriers to a Unified Microbial Theory in Greece and Rome," in the Sunoikisis Undergraduate Research Journal.


 Tracey Recigno, assistant professor of occupational therapy, and students Agnes Lawrence, Alicia Rojas, and Harlie Taylor wrote an article about their service learning trip to Costa Rica published to OT Practice this month (pages 25-27).


Mikayla Measey PHB’18 was recently awarded a National Delta Mu Delta Board Award as an outstanding student of business.   


 Kelsey Tallmadge PHB'19 has been selected as a fellow to participate in the Science Center’s QED Proof-of-Concept Program to aid in the development of an R&D proposal by supporting the development of a research plan and commercialization strategy for an early-stage proof-of-concept project.  The QED Program helps demonstrate the commercial feasibility of early-stage life science technologies for projects that are designed to eliminate business risk. QED stands for quod erat demonstrandum, or “proven as demonstrated.”


Cristina Hanganu-Bresch authored an article entitled “What Should I Not Eat? Cleansing Foods” for Remedia.


Islam Ghazi and Laura Pontiggia presented in IDWeek 2018 (Infectious Diseases Society of America annual meeting) in San Francisco "Exploring bacterial resistance patterns in Northern Oman, a stewardship initiative" This project is an international collaboration with Ministry of Health, Sultanate of Oman.


Angela Bingham served as an author for an ACCP White Paper on Interprofessional Education that was recently published in the first issue of the Journal of the American Collee of Clinical Pharmacy. The article is entitled “Interprofessional Education: Principles and Application. An Update from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy.”


Eric Simpson PharmD’20 a representative from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy student chapter of APhA-ASP organized a visit to Philadelphia City Hall to commemorate American Pharmacist Month with students from chapters at Temple and Jefferson universities.


Grace Earl was elected Vice President of the New Jersey Pharmacist Association. She will be installed to the post on November 11 at the annual meeting in Atlantic City, NJ.


Aakash Gandhi PharmD’17 is receiving the Pharmacists Mutual Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award at the New Jersey Pharmacists Association annual convention and conference. He has been active in the organization and representing it nationally.


Diane Hadley, Cathy Poon, and Lora Packel co-authored with others an article entitled” Evaluation of interprofessional health care team communication simulation in geriatric palliative care” published in Gerontology & Geriatircs Education.

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