Welcome to The Dose. This is the alumni blog for Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. You can find updates on your classmates and friends, news from campus, information on upcoming events and more. It’s for you, about you and designed with you in mind. You can submit information to be posted here (no promotions or pitches, please). We’ll post here about once a week, so check back often!
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The Stack Family Center for Biopharmaceutical Education and Training is shaping hope into reality. We are training and educating the next generation of health care leaders with the next generation of drug manufacturing.
Edward J Enos ’84 started a new position as Clinical Practice Performance Analyst at UnitedHealth Group.
Seth DePasquale ’02 started a new position as Senior Director at Visante®.
Salah El-Saheb ’06 was promoted to Executive Director, Evidence Generation Leader at Genentech.
Recently we launched a print version of the Dose. The newsletter will be delivered to your mailbox three to four times a year. We hope you enjoy it! Below is a link to the inaugural issue.
Interested in transitioning to an industry career? Looking to expand your knowledge of biopharmaceutical product development and manufacturing? Or just seeking more knowledge relevant to your work with patients?
Our students are at the heart of our institution. With your gift to the Students First Fund at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences you help them to transform into pharmacists, researchers, advocates, and health science leaders of tomorrow.
Edward Ullmann '73 and his team have spent the last year helping their community through the pandemic. Ullmann says, "1,000 shots a day or 230 shots a day, it's about the volunteers and spirit. it's a story that the community will remember about the covid years."