Tag - Chapman University School of Pharmacy

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) awarded Chapman University associate professor Rakesh Tiwari a nearly $600,000 grant to aid his research in developing antibiotics effective against drug-resistant bacteria.

Chapman University Researcher Poised to Combat Drug-Resistant Bacteria with a Nearly $600,000 Grant Chapman University researcher says drug-resistant bacteria mortality rates could reach 10 million per year by 2050

Vivian Ly

First-Year Pharmacy Student is Runner-Up in National Contest Vivian Ly uses her communication skills in the APhA-ASP National Patient Counseling Competition.

Vivian Ly

First-Year Pharmacy Student is Runner-Up in National Contest Vivian Ly uses her communication skills in APhA-ASP National Patient Counseling Competition.

Professor

PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY: Do generics producers have what it takes to tackle complex and specialty drugs?

Jeff Goad

PHARMACY TIMES: Influenza Activity and Vaccine Effectiveness During the 2021-2022 Season

School of Pharmacy Professors Advocate Precision Medicine

Chapman Pharmacy Professors Lead Way in Precision Medicine School of Pharmacy faculty advocate for cutting-edge testing, prescription tool.

Jeff Goad

VENTURA COUNTY STAR: COVID-19 Vaccines for Kids Younger Than Five Approved in California

CUSP matches

Matches Made in Heaven 74% of School of Pharmacy Class of ’22 residency applicants match with accredited programs.