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For 150 years, St. Louis College of Pharmacy has been committed to educating great pharmacists. The vibrant STLCOP community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni are making an impact locally, regionally, and around the world. Browse the latest news and stories to stay connected to campus and learn more about the College.

 

First-year student Jasmine Adams shares how St. Louis College of Pharmacy has supported her desire to give back to the local community.

As the field of geriatric medicine continues to grow so does the demand for consultant pharmacists like Curt Wood, B.S. '90, BCGP, FASCP, founder of Elder Care Pharmacy Consultants LLC.

The Missouri Opioid State Targeted Response Grant was implemented in May 2017. Two faculty from St. Louis College of Pharmacy were assigned to one of the grant objectives to increase access to naloxone in community pharmacies.

Isaac Butler, Pharm.D., MBA, vice president for diversity and inclusion at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, has been recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal as one of its Diverse Business Leaders honorees for 2019.

Amy Tiemeier is the associate professor of pharmacy practice, director of community partnerships and associate director of experiential education at St. Louis College of Pharmacy. In these roles, she is committed to engaging her students in the community and exposing them to the many possible applications of pharmacy.

Inspired to address the mental health crisis that effects more than 43 million Americans, the College is using performing arts to create a culture of empathy.

This fall, St. Louis College of Pharmacy will welcome a 2019 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete to campus, as incoming freshman Samantha Kasting begins her journey in pharmacy school.

A career path in pharmacy was not always clear to Danielle Moses, Pharm.D. '14, but when an emotionally traumatic event struck, it instilled in her a passion that has been the driving force for her success ever since.

With more and more states taking steps to legalize medical marijuana, increasing numbers of individuals are utilizing the substance to treat a variety of health issues, yet health care providers and patients still have much to learn regarding its health benefits and risks, and the issues surrounding its legality.

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