Waterloo Pharmacy is excited to launch a new Master of Pharmacy in Advanced Pharmacy Practice program. Applicants can now apply for the two-year program which will have its first students start class in September 2020.
When he was a young boy growing up in Burkina Faso, Yannick Traore’s dad didn’t like to buy him toys. Yannick had a habit of taking things apart just to figure out how to put them back together. Even as a child, he needed to understand how things worked.
Today, Yannick’s putting that curiosity to good use as a PhD candidate in Prof. Emmanuel Ho’s lab.
Last summer Rx2020 student Katie Flynn travelled to Tanzania, a country in east Africa, for co-op work term at Haydom Lutheran Hospital. Hear how the experience challenged Katie and altered her career path:
Missed last week’s public lecture, Let’s Talk Edibles? Here’s a recap of facts from speakers Prof. Michael Beazely, School of Pharmacy, and Research Scientist Samantha Goodman, School of Public Health and Health Systems (SPHHS).
Your support sends our students to conferences and rewards excellence through awards. You help us develop the pharmacy leaders of tomorrow. You empower our students to dream beyond boundaries and push the limits of pharmacy practice. Today, on National Philanthropy Day, we say thank you.
Yellow Thrive t-shirts. Fresh fruit courtesy of Marten’s Apples. Conversations and events about mental health and wellness. Thrive Week is a new staple of the University of Waterloo, a week long event in the fall term that seeks to raise awareness about mental health.