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CHSU Joins Fresno Diabetes Collaborative for Walk with a Doc Event

CHSU Joins Fresno Diabetes Collaborative for Walk with a Doc Event

CHSU is pleased to participate in the “Walk with a Doc: Stop Diabetes” event at Vang Pao Elementary (4100 E. Heaton Ave., Fresno, CA 93702) on November 4th, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., in recognition of National Diabetes Month. The event is hosted by Fresno Diabetes Collaborative and includes a […]

 
College of Pharmacy Program Welcomes the Class of 2021

College of Pharmacy Program Welcomes the Class of 2021

Eighty seven students officially became Doctor of Pharmacy candidates during the annual CHSU White Coat Ceremony on which was held on Saturday, September 30 at the Paul Shaghoian Memorial Concert Hall at Clovis North High School. The newest cohort, representing the class of 2021 have already begun their journey to […]

 
CHSU Hosts a Special Event to Honor Preceptors

CHSU Hosts a Special Event to Honor Preceptors

The CHSU College of Pharmacy, Office of Experiential Education hosted their 3rd annual Preceptor Appreciation Night on Friday, September 29th, 2017.  The event was held at The Falls Event Center to honor their dedicated preceptors who provide a phenomenal hands-on learning experience for CHSU students. Dr. Dan Brown, Assistant Dean […]

 
CHSU Professor and Student Co-Author Hepatitis C Review Article Published in MedCrave

CHSU Professor and Student Co-Author Hepatitis C Review Article Published in MedCrave

Alireza FakhriRavari, PharmD, AAHIVP, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences at CHSU, and Lauren Park, a 4th year College of Pharmacy student at CHSU, co-authored a review article which was published in MedCrave’s Gastroenterology & Hepatology: Open Access titled, “Sofosbuvir-Velpatasvir-Voxilaprevir for Chronic Hepatitis C – A Review”. Dr. FakhriRavari Lauren Park […]

 
Stomp It Out PDA 5K Run & Family Carnival Sponsored by CHSU

Stomp It Out PDA 5K Run & Family Carnival Sponsored by CHSU

We are pleased to sponsor the Stomp It Out PDA 5K Run & Family Carnival event to “STOMP OUT” prescription drug abuse in our community! The event will bring awareness to our local community about prescription drug abuse and teach attendees to how safeguard their own families and homes. Guest speakers […]

 
Join CHSU’s Pharmily in the Fight Against Heart Disease

Join CHSU’s Pharmily in the Fight Against Heart Disease

CHSU is teaming up with American Heart Association for their annual Heart and Stroke Walk on Saturday, October 21st. The Heart Walk brings together people from all walks of life to raise awareness and funds to build healthier lives and hearts in our community.  CHSU has a team this year, […]

 
CHSU VP of Operations is Appointed to Board of Directors of the Foundation for Clovis Schools

CHSU VP of Operations is Appointed to Board of Directors of the Foundation for Clovis Schools

James “Jimmy” Dunn, Vice President of Operations at CHSU, was recently inducted into the Board of Directors at the Foundation for Clovis Schools. Jimmy is also a member of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce, Copper River County Club, and Clovis Unified School District Foundation. On top of overlooking CHSU’s Facilities […]

 
CHSU Student, Kenya Covarrubias Receives $1,000 Adelante Mujer Scholarship

CHSU Student, Kenya Covarrubias Receives $1,000 Adelante Mujer Scholarship

Kenya Covarrubias, a second year College of Pharmacy student at CHSU, was awarded an Adelante Mujer scholarship valued at $1,000 this week due to her hard work and involvement in the community. Kenya has proudly achieved a 4.0 GPA and has enjoyed being involved in research programs regarding drug discovery […]

 
CHSU Faculty Member Co-Authored Research Article Published in the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology

CHSU Faculty Member Co-Authored Research Article Published in the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology

California Health Sciences University’s own Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Vinayak Shenoy, PhD; co-authored a research article titled, “Myeloid-Derived Suppressor Cells are Necessary for Development of Pulmonary Hypertension” that was recently accepted for publication in the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology. Pulmonary hypertension (PH) refers to high blood pressure in […]

 
Pharmacists Are Now Poised To Ease Physician Shortage—If Only They Could Get Paid For It

Pharmacists Are Now Poised To Ease Physician Shortage—If Only They Could Get Paid For It

http://kvpr.org/post/pharmacists-are-now-poised-ease-physician-shortage-if-only-they-could-get-paid-it Article written by Kerry Klein. This story was produced as a project for the USC Center for Health Journalism’s California Fellowship. Credit for the image goes to Kerry Klein, KVPR