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Ashley Bill '20

Ashley Bill ’17, Pharm.D.’20

Reading Time: 1 minute Degree: B.S., Biochemistry; Pharm.D. Candidate Career Goal: Pharmacist Pharm.D. candidate Ashley Bill ’20 won the 2018 Gateway to Research Reward from the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education (AFPE). This award is designed to help pharmacy students understand the importance of research by having them participate in a faculty-mentored research project that improves their clinical skills.Read More

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Kristen Storer

Kristen Storer

Reading Time: 1 minute When she graduated from UConn in 2008 with a degree in molecular and cell biology, Kristen Storer wasn’t sure about her career path. “I wanted time off to figure out what I wanted to do,” she said. But as she continued working as a technician in a family-owned pharmacy, where she had started as aRead More

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Melissa Patten

Melissa Patten ’10

Reading Time: 1 minute “I came from a university setting where I was just a number,” said Melissa Patten. “But here at University of Saint Joseph, the professors call me by my first name. I felt so comfortable asking for help.” Once, when a class was closed to new registration, the students told their professor. “And she said, ‘Let’sRead More

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Michele Kervick

Michele Kervick

Reading Time: 1 minute As the youngest of her three children went off to college, Michele Kervick was beginning classes of her own as a member of the inaugural Doctor of Pharmacy class at University of Saint Joseph’s School of Pharmacy. “The kids were at a point where they were doing their thing,” Kervick said. Now it was timeRead More

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Sabrina Caico

Sabrina Caico

Reading Time: 1 minute Sabrina Caico tried a traditional pharmacy program – and hated it. Her one semester in the traditional program convinced her that it was far too stressful to juggle several graduate courses with competing demands. So she cheerfully abandoned her credits there to begin the USJ program in the fall of 2011, where she and herRead More

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