“At work, I have been spat on, splattered with hot coffee, had death threats, and called every horrible insult you can think of. In my line of work, I cannot take these things personally. My patients lead a hard life, and on the street that is how things are dealt with.”
Suncayr co-founders Andrew Martinko, Chad Sweeting, and Derek Jouppi.
Suncayr is on a mission to help people safely enjoy time in the sun. Their SPOT sticker indicators change colour with UV light, letting you know when your sunscreen is no longer protecting you, so you know when to re-apply. Suncayr co-founders Andrew Martinko, Chad Sweeting and Derek Jouppi want to share what they’ve learned along the way.
Owning your own pharmacy is a hefty responsibility, but for Angela the hard work and long hours are both familiar and rewarding. Angela and her sister Gina grew up in and out of Preston Medical Pharmacy in Cambridge.
“Cancer is a scary diagnosis,” says alumnus Michael Collins. “Not only do oncology pharmacists require complex therapeutic knowledge, we also require the soft skills needed to empathize in such a difficult part of a cancer patient’s life.”
Michael, a graduate of School of Pharmacy’s first class, knew he wanted to work in a hospital before he’d even begun pharmacy school.