My Butler University academic training and intern experience has positioned me to recognize and appreciate the essential role performed by the clinical pharmacist. Although sometimes transparent, it is the clinical pharmacist that is central to a patient’s ultimate successful recovery. This was evident during my clinical rotations, where I directly participated in the optimization of medication therapy to achieve patient-specific outcomes; it is for this reason I am impassioned and compelled to pursue a residency. As a PGY-1 resident, I plan to apply my clinical knowledge in the acute and ambulatory care settings to identify medication-related problems and make therapeutic recommendations in collaboration with other practitioners. Upon completion
My childhood unleashed a desire to know how things worked and why things happened; this soon flourished into a more specific interest in the field of Pharmacy. Medicine fascinated me, driving my obsession to understand all of the dynamics of pharmaceutical drugs. My studies in Biology at New Jersey City University, and my current occupation as a Certified Pharmacy Technician, led my desire to go further with my education in pursing an advanced degree as a Doctor of Pharmacy. My undergraduate career has prepared me extensively, such as requiring that I take on a wide range of science-based courses including Biochemistry, Genetics, and Microbiology. My hard work and dedication led to me being on the Dean's List for a number of semesters. I was also honored to be part of The National Honor Society of Leadership and Success and The Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society.
My name is MD. Helal Uddin, a Bangladeshi by nationality. I have completed my graduation in the field of Chemistry from University of Chittagong (CU), Bangladesh. I obtained a CGPA 3.20 out of 4.00. I am interested to apply for a master's Degree program in Materials chemistry and minerolagy for the winter semester 2016.
I hope you are liking your transition into the pharmacy technician program! It definitely provides a good amount of challenge which you may already be accustomed to having already been to university, but if you take the time to enjoy this program and are able to keep your long-term objective in mind, it will prove to be very rewarding.
I also received the Dr. Harry Harden, Jr., Student Academic Excellence Award in May 18, 2015, and received the Silver Medal for the Prince George’s Community College 6th Annual Mathematic Tournament, Maryland, on April 5, 2014. Armed with confidence that I would succeed academically, it occurred to me that my learning process would be even more effective and enjoyable if I could find a hands-on job in the field of my major. So, I started working as a pharmacy
Pharmaceutical medicine is an ever changing industry with endless opportunities. This profession provides proper education on individual health and medications while striving to achieve positive outcomes for the patient. From the discovery and development of evolving medicine to the global discipline and gratification of helping others, I want to be apart of something bigger than I ever expected.
My interest in pharmacy began at an early age. Growing up, both of my parents had numerous health issues requiring medication. My mother was diagnosed with type I diabetes during her pregnancy. Relying on insulin numerous times per day, I grew up helping her dose and even administer insulin. Quickly I began to respect medication and appreciate its importance. She later developed other autoimmune processes including thyroid and celiac disease. I realized then, that patient education was another important role of pharmacists; taking the time to explain when she should take her medications as well as the ingredients within each medication. My father also had his share of health concerns including cardiac disease, and has required cardiac
Throughout my academic journey in the Pre-Pharmacy curriculum, I have prepared myself for the challenges Pharmacy School will present me. I have learned many different things through this, but most importantly I have learned that my determination and dedication are what has kept me centered in this degree path. I believe that Harding's College of Pharmacy will provide me the challenges I need to promote learning and growth in regards to becoming a student of pharmacy.
I would like to pursue in a PhD to continue to position myself throughout my career after I graduate from the UNT System College of Pharmacy. As working as a pharmacist technician for 4 months, I have witnessed that many pharmacists are getting replaced by other pharmacists. I used to believe that pharmacists are very stable, but I realized that there are no stable jobs in a dog-eat-dog world. I know the importance of keep improving myself to stand out from the same groups of people. Pursing another 3 to 5 years at school after getting PharmD could give even broader perspectives in my field by having both degrees. Pursuing PhD will differentiate me form others by allowing me to become a good technical and real thinker.
My mission is to be happy in life and enjoy the little things. I wanna graduate high school with honors and a 4.0 gpa. Even if it means staying up late studying for a quiz the next day or doing hw. Something my Dad would tell me when I was young is "If you have your mindset to something your gonna get it done". The word mindset has been with me since I take it as if you have a positive mindset you'll get positive results. After high school I plan to attend UCSD or UCSF those been my dream schools since 8th grade. In the future I'd like to be a pharmacist which is why I'm in bio-med this year, we will be learning about the human body , the power , the movement , the protection and how to prevent , diagnose, and treat disease.
This project allowed for a more realistic experience of research and further emphasis of collaboration, as my partner and I’s project was a continuation of work that was done in the lab, which let work with and consult a larger team of experts. Collaboration on this project not only benefited me in completing this project, but it also allowed me to further develop the cell culture skills I gained in my molecular biology project because I was able to collaborate with my partner on her project. The research I conducted in the Gato lab was extremely interesting to me because it allowed me to explore an immunodeficiency that I previously had little knowledge of, it introduced me to the field of toxicology, and allowed me to conduct animal and invitro studies in clinical chemistry-based projects. This research experience introduced me to biomedical research and led to my interest in attaining an MD-PhD because it combined the genetic analysis that interested me from my genetic course and clinical diagnostic tests that are used to identify if an individual suffers from diabetic kidney
It is very much evident that the field of pharmacy has been expanding its dimensions at a tremendous rate and contributing a major role in health care. However, my focus has primarily been in understanding the economic aspects of healthcare complementing the safety and efficacy of the therapy. Pharmacoeconomics has been one of the intriguing modules ever since I started learning about it. As a student of a developing country, I perceived several concerns in the healthcare sector esp. in relation to health care cost, which indeed prompted me to develop passion on the subject of Pharmacoeconomics. My long-term objective is to see myself as a significant contributor of health care domain through Pharmacoeconomics research. Hence, I am interested in learning and excelling in this field through the graduate program in pharmacoeconomics & health outcome research at your university.
To venture into the realm of science and medicine is to pursue a path of boundless discovery. I am amazed by how much humanity has been shaped by medical advances, paving the way for new therapies and better anatomical understanding. The past century has thrown open the doors for unabated technological advancement and has created opportunities of growth in newer dimensions which we never thought existed even a short time ago. Civilization itself relies solely upon such advances, thus the desire to contribute to an ever-changing profession has long since ignited my interest in a biotechnology course. To excel in the futuristic workplace of tomorrow, one will need to possess a perfect combination of theoretical study and practical experience.
I first felt thrilled in pursuing scientific research, when I learned about critical aspect of materials chemistry in the elucidation of nanoparticles for drug delivery systems in organic chemistry with Prof. Sunasee. Since then, I host a passion for academic and research traing designed to prepare me for graduate studies in the development of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies for healthcare. My primary research interests are in the fields of nanotechnology and materials chemistry for drug therapy and cancer biology (of the p53 and pro-apoptotic signal transduction pathways).
I, Khushboo Rajnikant Mistry, would like to introduce myself as a sincere, determined, disciplined, focused and a hard-working individual with a burning desire to pursue my career in Pharmaceutical Sciences. It was always my ambition to pursue Pharmacy as my career and a goal to serve for public welfare with the use of knowledge and research in Pharmaceutical Sciences.