USC Pharmacy Student Receives Boiron Award

Last updated on July 21st, 2022 at 03:38 pm

Congratulations to Janet Hakopian! She recently received the Boiron Award from the University of Southern California at Los Angeles, School of Pharmacy. The Boiron Award is given to a student for “demonstrating excellence in appropriately using integrative medicine in pharmacy practice.” The ceremony was held in May during the 2015 Alumni/Senior Awards event at the university’s campus. Janet was part of the Class of 2015 receiving her Doctor of Pharmacy.

Boiron's Richard Mudd with Janet Hakopian
Boiron’s Richard Mudd with Janet Hakopian

The USC School of Pharmacy established the nation’s first Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program in 1950, and remains a pioneer in the innovative education and preparation of tomorrow’s practicing pharmacists. The largest degree program within the School of Pharmacy, the four-year, full-time PharmD program provides students with a unique pharmacy practice experience program beginning the first year of study that gives students immediate and progressively challenging clinical experience; an extensive offering of dual degree, joint degree and certificate programs; and, the largest alumni network of pharmacists in the region, which can provide valuable career support to graduates entering the pharmaceutical profession.

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  1. Please make a vegen version of OSCILLOCOCCINUM. Lactose is listed as an “Inactive ingredient” You are cutting out a large population of users for an inactive ingredient.

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