NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS

Albany Biopharma Training Center Hires New Executive Director
ACPHS President shares why Dr. Michelle Lewis is well suited to advance the strategic development of CBET as its new Executive Director in this Times Union article...

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NEWS

ACPHS Hires New Executive Director for CBET
ALBANY, NY – Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (ACPHS) is pleased to announce the new Executive Director of the Stack Family Center for Biopharmaceutical Education and Training (CBET)...

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EVENTS

Jan 25
HOME BASKETBALL GAME. PANTHERS VS WORD OF LIFE BIBLE INSTITUTE
Men's game. Panthers vs USCAA DII Word of Life Bible Institute ACPHS Gym, 106 New Scotland Ave Albany, NY 5:00 pm Live Video Women's  game...

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EVENTS

Jan 27
HOME BASKETBALL GAME. PANTHERS VS PAUL SMITH'S COLLEGE (NY)
Men's game. Panthers vs USCAA DII Paul Smith's College (NY) ACPHS Gym, 106 New Scotland Ave Albany, NY 5:00 pm Live Video Women's  game...

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Matt Higgs
Discovery Spotlight
“Proper teamwork is really what makes a pharmaceutical company run smoothly.”
Matt Higgs '20, BS Microbiology/MS Molecular Biosciences
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ACPHS Graduate Victoria Ostrovskiy
Discovery Spotlight
"If I wanted to become a pharmacist, this was the time to do it."
Victoria Ostrovskiy '18, Doctor of Pharmacy
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Dr. Ray Chandrasekara
Discovery Spotlight
"You earn respect one person at a time."
Ray Chandrasekara, Ph.D., Associate Professor
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Bear Berenback
Discovery Spotlight
"Helping those in need is essential for a community to function effectively."
Bear Berenback '20, Doctor of Pharmacy
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Facts
&
Statistics

#1
Value-Added College in the Nation
#2
National ranking for salary on College Scorecard
40
in the Class of 2021 entered a residency or graduate program
Pill
Home to New York's only two student operated pharmacies
88%
of the 2021 Pharm.D. Class graduated on time
22
States represented in the Class of 2018
PiggyBank
The ACPHS Relay for Life event raised nearly $27,000 in 2018
100%
of ACPHS first-year students receive financial assistance