Proceeds benefited several charities and scholarship funds. Nancy Rodriguez-Weller was the guest expert pharmacist from UMES, who visited a Step On group sop for research project Hurlock last week.
Participants were able to talk to her about their specific medications and get recommendations. Peter Wang recently had a manuscript accepted for publication in Nature Communications. Alternative Splicing Promotes Tumor Aggressiveness and Drug Resistance in African American Prostate Cancer. Wang, along with faculty at The George Washington University, received a patent for their research in prostate cancer. Their invention relates to novel splicing variants of a number of genes associated with prostate cancer risk and survival, and also the risk assessment, detection, diagnosis, or prognosis of prostate cancer.
The research for their invention was supported in part by the American Cancer Society. Adel Karara, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences was the keynote speaker at Drug Discovery and Development Colloquium on June 15 , 2017. Purnell recently published an article on the “Frequency of Phone App Use for Drug Information AMong Pharmacy Students. Gladwell recently published an article on “Ten Pitfalls to avoid when Evaluating the Primary Literature. Innovations in Pharmacy on “Interprofessional approach to Increase Billable Care-Events in Rural Community. Freeman published an Op-ed in the Baltimore Sun on Medicare Privatization.
Click here to read the article. Kharel had an article published in The Atlantic. Click here for a brief synopsis of the article. Think of the statement of purpose as a composition with four different parts.
Part 1: Introduce yourself, your interests and motivations Tell them what you’re interested in, and perhaps, what sparked your desire for graduate study. Indicate with whom, the title of the project, what your responsibilities were, and the outcome. Write technically, or in the style of your discipline. Professors are the people who read these statements. Important paper or thesis project you completed, as well as anything scholarly beyond your curricular requirements.
Work experience, especially if you had any kind of responsibility for testing, designing, researching or interning in an area similar to what you wish to study in graduate school. You can also indicate here how this helped you focus your graduate studies. Part 4: Elaborate on your academic interests Here you indicate what you would like to study in graduate school in enough detail to convince the faculty that you understand the scope of research in their discipline, and are engaged with current research themes. Indicate the area of your interests. Ideally, pose a question, define a problem, or indicate a theme that you would like to address, and questions that arise from contemporary research.
This should be an ample paragraph! Look on the web for information about departments you’re interested in, including professors and their research. Are there professors whose research interests parallel yours? End your statement in a positive manner, indicating your excitement and readiness for the challenges ahead of you.