Success, acacemic research, and practical experience prepared Jennifer Roberts Phys'15 for both NASA and graduate studies.
Watch how Fatima Ali PharmD'18 makes the most of having 197 hospitals in the Philadelphia Metro area.
Philip Masaitis PharmD’17, Who Was Named Leader of Tomorrow by the Drug Information Association, Calls USciences Experience Transformative.
Christine Huntzinger MPT’02 and Anastasiya "Stacy" Ruiz MPT’07 created an innovative program to get ICU patients moving.
Janna Manjelievskaia PhD’17 takes her passion for health policy into a career in policy research with the Department of Defense.
Bryan Heyer ES’18 gains real-world experience studying in the field with distinguished geoscientists.
USciences grads volunteer to help those who have lost everything during a medical mission trip to Haiti.
From Dancer to Doctor: Chynna Dulac DPT’16 found her dream job working as a physical therapist for a touring Broadway show.
Kayla Askey PharmD’20 won first prize for research into plant extract’s toxicity to breast cancer cells.
Student-pharmacist Dorela Priftanji PharmD’17 has gained clinical practice experience while playing a key role in a pharmacology research.
Future healthcare provider Patrick Coppler PA’17 has distinguished himself through his extensive research in the treatment of cardiac arrest.
Delaila Aryee DPT'11 and Lyndsay Brown DPT'11 opened the doors to a new physical therapy business in West Philly.
Courtney Montepara PharmD'15 published her children's book to help kids understand the hurt of bullying.
Lauren Kaminski PharmD'21 is following in her sister's footsteps to become a pharmacist in the U.S. Army.
Princy John PharmD'17 touts a laundry list of accomplishments as a pharmacy student and leader on campus.
Stephanie Chillas PhSci'11 says USciences prepared her for a successful career in pharmaceutical sciences.
Deanna Bauerlein PharmD'16 witnessed the value of pharmacists playing a greater role in direct patient care.
Joseen Chundamala PharmD'15 had a pharmacy job lined up with Penn Medicine shortly after graduating in May.
Aspiring doctor Daniel Pineda BI'18 has a passion for helping people others in third-world countries.
Kaitlyn Schmid Psy'15 just landed her dream job as a graduate assistant coach at Southern Mississippi.
Daniel Fichter DrOT'15 gained practical job experience through an internship with the Ralston House.
Julianne Soby DrOT'16 helped young students with intellectual disabilities learn important life skills.
Aisha Malik PA'17 and Emily Kobayashi PA'17 traveled to Honduras with Global Medical Brigades chapter.