Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Hosts Symposium


Published on September 13, 2017

The 8th Annual Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Symposium focused on research of faculty at PCP on Thursday, August 31, 2017. The research presented was as follows:

Jessica Adams PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP, assistant professor of clinical pharmacy presented on “Optimizing treatment strategies for HIV infected patients initiating antiretroviral therapy with high baseline HIV viral loads.”

Grace Earl PharmD, BCACP, associate professor of clinical pharmacy presented on “Health Literacy Strategies to Improve Usability of Print Materials”

Isabelle Mercier PhD, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences presented on “Novel Small Molecule That Selectively Targets Aggressive Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells While Sparing Normal Surrounding Healthy Cells.”

Clyde M. Ofner III, PhD, professor of pharmaceutics presented on “Intracellular Trafficking of a Targeting Doxorubicin Delivery System in Breast Cancer Cells.”

Asha Suryanarayanan PhD, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences presented on “Neuroimmune Regulation of GABA Type A Receptors.”

Daniel J. Ventricelli PharmD, MPH, assistant professor of clinical pharmacy presented on “Combating the Opioid Epidemic in Philadelphia through Interdisciplinary Research.”

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