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Nicole LaBrecque
Though she only graduated recently, Nicole LaBrecque, CNMT, RT(N), NMTCB(CT) has already completed three nuclear medicine technology certifications.
Terrick Andey
The research proposal of faculty member Terrick Andey, PhD, “Nanoparticle Delivery Platform for Dual Targeting of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer,” won him the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s New Investigator Award in 2018. Now, his research is ready to be published.
MCPHS Adjunct Professor Erin Beloin
Professor Beloin details her professional experience in Computed Tomography, the future of this discipline, the type of professional that would benefit most from obtaining this certificate, and what makes the MCPHS certificate unique.
Boston Hope Medical Center building.
As Assistant Director of Pharmacy at Massachusetts General Hospital, MCPHS alum Erasmo (Ray) Mitrano, BSP ‘80, MS ’85, played a key role in setting up the pharmacy services of Boston Hope at a critical point in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maria Hinojosa
On March 18th, 2021, Emmy-winning journalist and author Maria Hinojosa joined the MCPHS Community for a Q&A and discussion on life as a Latinx American.
MCPHS faculty member David Gilmore
MCPHS Director and Associate Professor of Nuclear Medicine Technology David Gilmore spearheads the restructuring of the nuclear medicine technology curriculum for the country.
Illustration of kidneys
In 2018, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Greg Landry, PhD, DABT received the New Investigator Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy for his research on the correlation between lead exposure and kidney stone formation. His research continues.
Volunteer at a Food Bank.
A discussion led by Dr. Mary Potorti on how breakdowns within the United States food system have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.