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June 17, 2024
Joy Mwangangye attends college and works as a high school teaching assistant in the Boston area. But it took a trip to Albany to see inside the wonders of multinational pharmaceutical companies. Indeed, a Boston-based Takeda facility was Mwangangye’s favorite stop in the NIIMBL eXperience, a weeklong exploration of the biopharmaceutical industry hosted by ACPHS’ Stack Family Center for Biopharmaceutical Education and Training (CBET) from June 3-7
June 6, 2024
Pharmacy residents and fellows were feted at a graduation luncheon at the Hilton Garden Inn on June 5, celebrating the completion of prestigious post-graduate programs at ACPHS and other institutions.   Residencies and fellowships are considered career accelerators, sometimes said to be worth three to five years of work experience
May 31, 2024
Former emergency room nurse Hilario Castillo, who has patented a two-needle syringe to make administration of injections safer and faster, has been traveling from his home in Westchester County to Albany on Thursday evenings to learn how to get his device to market
May 31, 2024
Toby, a one-year-old New York City-based diagnostic startup named after Sherlock Holmes’ canine tracker, is at a critical juncture. Toby co-founder Matthew Laskowski is hopeful the fledgling firm is climbing out of what he referred to as the “valley of death” – the torturous loop where a biotech startup needs more funds to gather clinical data, but venture capitalists want the clinical data before they invest more funds
May 30, 2024
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences’ Collaboratory, serving Albany’s South End community to improve population health, has been named the June 2024 beneficiary for Hannaford’s reusable bag program. ACPHS’ Collaboratory will receive $1 from the purchase of every $2
May 20, 2024
When Kaylee Stewart ’24 was looking for a job she could do after graduation, she had a checklist in her head:   __ Stay in the Albany area (see the next item)   __ Be able to continue working on research with Associate Professor Dr
May 20, 2024
Campus is different in the summer. The sun warms the lush, green landscape. There's fewer inhabitants and the pace is slower -- but it's far from sleepy. In fact, there are weeks when the "off season" is absolutely hopping.  Summer residents are often focused on a singular purpose, some opportunity to add to their experience and resumes
May 13, 2024
The annual lead-up to Commencement 2024 included all manner of ways to rejoice, rest and re-set. Graduating students enjoyed food trucks, bouncy houses, a brunch, a trip to alumni-owned Active Ingredient Brewing Co. in Malta and a boat cruise.&n
May 10, 2024
Research presentations at national conferences and articles in peer-reviewed publications.   Work that set the foundation to improve Albany’s schools, as well as health access on the ACPHS campus.   Acceptance into a coveted, competitive eight-year, expenses-paid MD-PhD program
May 7, 2024
The 144th Commencement ceremony will feature all kinds of symbols of students’ academic and professional success during their time at ACPHS. While all caps and gowns are black, uniting the class and graduates of the past, different aspects of gowns, caps, and cords hold specific meaning to everyone crossing the stage
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Kristin Marshall
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Email: kristin.marshall@acphs.edu