New York, N.Y. – Dr. Muriel Petioni, affectionately known as “The Mother of Medicine in Harlem,” will deliver the Inaugural Black History Month Lecture at Touro College of Pharmacy on Monday, February 7.
New York, N.Y. - Dr. Rabia Tahir, center, assistant professor, department of pharmacy and health outcomes at the Touro College of Pharmacy, recently discussed “The History of Pharmacy in Harlem,” in honor of Black History Month, at the Touro College of Pharmacy in Harlem. With her, from left, are Ed Davila, director of development at the College, and Dr. Stuart Feldman, dean of the College.
New York, N.Y. - David Yoo, left, a second-year Doctor of Pharmacy student at Touro College of Pharmacy, recently received the 2011 “Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Practice Award” from the United States Public Health Service (USPHS).
New York, N.Y. – A Touro College of Pharmacy study published in the November 2010 issue of the international scientific journal Toxicology has found that black tea reduces the levels of two key indicators of cardiovascular disease, and could lead to promising supplemental dietary management of heart disease in high-risk patients.