Rahima Shokoya (Rx2025) has faced many challenges and has overcome racial barriers throughout her life. The challenges she faces as a Black woman will not stop her from becoming the best pharmacist she can be.
Waterloo Pharmacy opened its doors for the Ray of Hope Community Centre to host their Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) walk to raise funds and awareness for people experiencing homelessness, hurt and hunger.
The St. Joseph’s Health Care London pharmacy department, with Denise Kreutzwiser (Rx2011) leading development, created their novel year one pharmacy residency program to fulfill this educational gap.
University of Waterloo pharmacy associate professor Emmanuel Ho has developed a novel nanomedicine loaded with genetic material called small interfering RNAs (siRNA) to fight human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) using gene therapy. These siRNAs regulate which genes or proteins are turned on or off in our cells and showed a 73 per cent reduction in HIV replication.
Joy Bethel (Rx2027) always had a love for chemistry and caring for others, read more about her pharmacy journey.
Miranda So and Minh-Thu Nguyen (Rx2017) were one of six mentor and mentee pairs who participated in the 2023 alumni mentorship program.
Waterloo Pharmacy PhD student receives graduate student scholarship from Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario
Mathew Demarco is a transport medicine pharmacist, academic detailer and a PhD student at Waterloo Pharmacy.
This past January, the Ontario Pharmacists Association (OPA) held their annual conference with exciting talks and an award ceremony. Three winners from Waterloo Pharmacy were recognized for their achievements in the pharmacy profession.
The Waterloo School of Pharmacy’s Women in Pharmacy Leadership (WIPL) program curated an event on why you should consider serving on a Board.