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18 from '18: Oh, the Places They’ll Go!

The MUSC College of Pharmacy Class of 2018 came from everywhere....Read more...

Whitney Simerlein: MUHA Community Residency

[18 from ’18] As recently as the fall of her P4 year, she didn’t plan to do a residency....Read more...

Whitney Graham: Residency at Fla./Ga. Vet

[18 from ’18] The daughter of a war veteran, Whitney Graham ’18  will serve the diverse patient population at the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System in Gainesville, Florida. ...Read more...

Ubers' Keynote Address at 2018 Convocation

Many thanks to The Dean and The College of Pharmacy Alumni Association for this award. We are eternally grateful and humbled to say the least!...Read more...

Ubers Honored as Alumni of the Year

Lynn and Walt Uber ’88 ’89 Give Keynote for Class of 2018...Read more...

Kaitlyn Kowalski: UF Health Shands Hospital

[18 from ’18] A 13-year-old Kaitlyn Kowalski watched her mom suffering from the side effects of breast cancer chemotherapy and recognized the importance of medication management. The Anderson, S.C. native went on to earn a bachelor’s in pre-professional studies at Clemson University, where the lure of MUSC’s reputation inspired her to investigate it as a possible pharmacy school. The family environment sealed her choice....Read more...

Justin Wilson: Residency at UNC Rex Hospital

[18 from ’18] Hailing from Cary, North Carolina, Justin Wilson ’18 was born in India and lived in the Middle East as a child. He plans to apply his first-hand knowledge of other cultures and walks of life to increasingly diverse patient populations, starting with a PGY1 (post-graduate year one) residency at the University of North Carolina Rex Hospital....Read more...

Hannah Vining: MUSC Health System

[18 from ’18] Maybe it was the tetracaine lollipop. Charleston native Hannah Vining ’18 knew she wanted to go into healthcare and had worked in dentistry and nursing, but it was while volunteering in the pharmacy compounding lab that she realized a) how much more there is to pharmacy than most people think and b) that she had found her passion....Read more...

Coleman Swanson: Publix, Palmetto Pharmacy Network

[18 from '18] Coleman Swanson ’18 knew he wanted to work for Publix since he started pharmacy school. The North Augusta native served as an intern there after his first year and received the Publix Super Markets Charities Scholarship after his second. He will serve Publix as a floater pharmacist with the hope of becoming a staff pharmacist at a store....Read more...