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In this issue Dr. Curtis Black, Emeritus 1 Howard C. Ansel, PhD 2 Valedictorians Galore! 3 Upcoming Events 4 WHITE COAT MENTORS Dr. Black, center Dr. Curtis D. Black DISTINGUISHED UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR EMERITUS At the Spring Commencement, The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences had the opportunity to recognize a faculty member who has touched the lives many students over the past two and a half decades. This summer, Dr. Curtis D. Black retires, but the impact he has made on the college and on pharmacy practice in the state of Ohio continues to resonate. Dr. Black has held the Merck Professorship of Clinical Pharmacy at The University of Toledo since 1990. He was recruited in 1991 to establish the Doctor of Pharmacy program at The University of Toledo. Having completed his PhD, which focused on the effects of dextrose, amino acids and electrolytes on the stability of intravenous lipid emulsions, at Purdue University School of Pharmacy and Pharmacal Sciences, he joined the faculty at Purdue and served as the associate department chair and associate professor. Dr. Black’s research has focused on developing pharmaceutical preparations for various systemic and dermatological disorders, and more recently on engaging pharmacists to provide medication therapy management (MTM) services to their patients. Continue reading Each year, the College invites alumni and friends to participate in the White Coat Mentor program, which allows students and alumni to connect meaningfully through philanthropy and interaction. White Coat Mentors, for both the Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Doctor of Pharmacy programs, sponsor the purchase of a student’s white coat. The coat, which is presented to P1 students at the Professional Advancement Ceremony in the fall, welcomes students to the professional division with a note from the sponsor to encourage the student and invite them to communicate with the mentor. Learn more

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