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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.

Dr. Nii Addy and MCPHS student

MCPHS Center for Campus Life invited Dr. Nii Addy, a neuroscientist and professor at Yale University, to speak about the importance of mental health and wellness in 2022.

MCPHS Alumni

With more than 2,300 applications competing for 58 coveted spots, the MCPHS Biopharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program is very competitive.

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The School of Pharmacy Worcester/Manchester's Mindfulness Team and IPE Working Group hosts an introductory mindfulness session on February 17, 2022.

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Chan Harjivan, BSP ’95, on how big data and telehealth have arrived in the world of healthcare.
Swati Betharia
Chair Swati Betharia, PhD, has a continual stream of students involved in her research. Her exciting, new publication features the work of undergraduate- and graduate-level co-authors.