Over the past several years, the UMES School of Pharmacy has been deliberate in providing patient-centered care, continuing outreach in the community about health issues, and creating an environment that fosters research as well as medical discoveries. Host Dr. Joshua K. Wright speaks with UMES School of Pharmacy faculty, a graduate of the program, and a 4th year student. (ORIGINAL AIR DATE 5/12/2019)
ByBill Robinson & UMES Office of Public Relations•Apr 25, 2019
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. –– Construction of a new building for UMES’ School of Pharmacy and Health Professions is slated to begin this fall, triggered by a $10 million allocation from the 2019 Maryland General Assembly.
The project enables the university to consolidate its pharmacy programs into a single building and fulfill a long-standing goal tied to accreditation. Pharmacy classes, laboratories and faculty offices currently are spread among six buildings.
PRINCESS ANNE, Md.--The University of Maryland Eastern Shore and a medical university in Taiwan have an agreement in place that both anticipate will lead to academic exchange opportunities for students in their respective institutions.
A delegation from UMES’ School of Pharmacy and Health Professions met recently with counterparts from Chung Shan Medical University to begin laying the groundwork for Chinese students to earn a doctorate of pharmacy degree in Princess Anne.