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Journey of a First-Generation Pharmacy Student

January 20, 2023

By: Chandani Khana

As a first-generation student, Chandani had quite an adventurous journey ahead of herself. Although she had an older sister, Dr. Puja Khana, whom attended college and graduate school, times were very different between them two as an age gap of 18 years was present. Therefore, she writes this to explain her journey and inform others to follow their passion.


Malone Earns Welch Scholar Grant

January 12, 2023

Earning an educational grant is more than just a gold star on a resume.

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Mother & Daughter Show Pharmacy Is A Family Affair

January 12, 2023

Many parents send their children off to college or off to graduate school and hope for the best. For Touro University California College of Pharmacy Program Coordinator Iris Dreu, she doesn’t have to hope – she can check in on and support her daughter, Joey, every day.


Dr. Andrea Taylor Named Lasker Award Honoree

January 10, 2023

Touro University California Professor of Basic Science, Dr. Andrea Taylor, is the recipient of The Gabriel W. Lasker Service Award for 2022.

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Kundan Malik Named Student-Doctor Of The Year

December 29, 2022

As a child, it’s probably unlikely that Student-Doctor Kundan Malik thought about what it would be like to be chosen Touro University California’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUCOM) Student-Doctor of the Year.

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Osteopathic Medicine Announces Class Size Expansion For 2024

December 22, 2022

One of Touro University California’s central charges is to meet the growing demand for healthcare providers – particularly in the realm of primary care.


Education Grad Co-Authors Book To Aid Teachers, Students

December 14, 2022

Touro’s Graduate School of Education alumni Kelley Miller recently co-authored a book, The Project Habit, along with Michael McDowell, which is meant to help students and teachers engage better in meaningful collaboration. 

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State’s Insulin Production Remains To Be Seen

December 07, 2022

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced in July the state’s plan to begin producing its own insulin in an effort to drive down the cost of the life-saving agent. According to reporting from the Associated Press, the state has committed $100 million to the cause and hopes to produce three different types of commonly used insulin products for as close to the “cost” as possible for consumers.

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Researchers Cast Doubt On Remote Learning Mental Health Strains

December 02, 2022

The question that arose in the midst of COVID education shutdowns was if remote learning was contributing to poor mental health of students.

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Social Justice Resource Center Opens To Further TUC's Equity Mission

November 23, 2022

Touro University California further strengthened its commitment to equity and inclusion with the opening of the Social Justice Resource Center (SJRC), November 7, inside the school’s library.