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Malloy is a graduate of St. John’s College High School of Washington and grew up in Silver Spring. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and earned three advanced degrees, including a Master of Health Sciences in Emergency and Disaster Management from Touro University in California.
“Touro University is an incredible institution,” said Rico. “They were very helpful in the COVID response and partnered with Kaiser a lot. They are one of three institutions that educate on osteopathy and the only one in Northern California. They have Masters programs in public health and nursing. The student population is very diverse and most of them stay. That is critical because nationally we are going to face a massive shortage of healthcare providers. If we can get diverse talent that is educated here to stay here, we will have a huge competitive advantage.”
Valley Children’s Pediatric Residency Program, Affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, announced its newest residency class on Friday, March 17, on National Match Day, when medical students around the country find out where they will train for at least the next three years.
On this month's episode, we spoke with Shane Desselle, RPh, PhD, FAPhA, associate dean for Research and Professional Affairs at the Touro University California College of Pharmacy, discussed what the Granada Statements are and why they are important for student pharmacists.
It has taken many years for Claudia Ossa, 41, to find her way to where she is today – looking at graduating with an associate degree and heading toward the next stage of her quest to become a midwife.
To celebrate Women's History Month, the Women's Leadership Council (WLC) invites you to a presentation by guest speaker Colonel Natalie Nevins.
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“The statements will promote the visibility of pharmacy and peer reviewed journals, the visibility of pharmacy practice, the impact of the of the research that we had, and its exposure, to lay press to other professions and to improve the research that was ultimately published in pharmacy practice,” said Shane Desselle, RPh, PhD, FAPhA, professor of social and behavioral pharmacy at the Touro University California College of Pharmacy, in an interview with Pharmacy Times.
Touro University California is restarting its free online “Get Cooking” classes. The first class, starting Feb. 26, is inspired by the Mediterranean diet.
Solano County agriculture officials have placed 200 yellow sticky traps and released 4,300 non-stinging wasps in their battle with the glassy-winged sharpshooter. In other action, the board approved a $460,347 contract with Touro University California to plan and administer community-based vaccine clinics with an equity focus through June 30, 2024.
This study was approved by Touro University Institutional Review Board (PH-0220). All methods were performed in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki.