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MCPHS is offering a fully-online mammography review class to help those studying for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) mammography exam. The class is open to the public.

MCPHS Counselors

For Mental Health Awareness Month, our Counseling Services team answered students’ questions via Instagram stories.

MCPHS Student Lina Hasan,

Lina Hasan, PharmD ’22, works more than 50 hours a week as a pharmacist based in Houston, TX. She was attracted to the online 24-month Non-Traditional Doctor of Pharmacy Program because it allows practicing pharmacists the ability to obtain a PharmD while still working their full-time jobs.

MCPHS Students in the IPE Book club

The IPE Book Club Experience is just one of many curricular and extracurricular activities emphasizing interprofessional practice and education at MCPHS.

MCPHS Alumna Bisni Narayanan

Bisni Narayanan, PharmD '15, MS, full-time pharmacist and mother of two young children needed a flexible schedule to fulfill her PharmD degree, which is why she was attracted to Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

MCPHS Student Caleb Heaslip

Chemistry Major Caleb Heaslip, BS ’24, was recently awarded a position in the highly-competitive University of Michigan Cancer Research Summer Internship Program.

MCPHS Student Scholarship Showcase

The Interprofessional Student Scholarship Showcase was held on April 19, 2022, in the Lincoln Ballroom on the Worcester campus of MCPHS.

MCPHS Student Victoria Stillwell

Victoria Southwell, OT ’22, is working with the American Occupational Therapy Association to translate research into handouts that practitioners can use.