School of Pharmacy Presents Annual Awards

The School of Pharmacy held its annual Celebration of Achievement April 29 to recognize faculty, staff and students who excelled during the 2015-2016 academic year. The list of honorees includes:

P1 Teacher of the Year - Nikita Mirajkar, Ph.D.

P2 Teacher of the Year - Luca Cucullo, Ph.D.

P3 Teacher of the Year - Charles Seifert, Pharm.D.

P1 Teaching Team of the Year: Anatomy and Physiology - Russell Snyder, Ph.D.; Nikita Mirajkar, Ph.D.; Margaret Weis, Ph.D.; Pratip Mitra, Ph.D.

P2 Teaching Team of the Year: Infectious Disease - Jennifer Grelle, Pharm.D.; Young Lee, Pharm.D.; Krystal Haase, Pharm.D.; Nadezhda German, Ph.D.; Xinli Liu, Ph.D.; Harold Miller, Ph.D.

P3 Teaching Team of the Year: Neurosensory-Psychiatry Team - James Stoll, Ph.D.; Anna Kochanowska-Karamyan, Ph.D.; Paul Trippier, Ph.D.; Rebecca Sleeper, Pharm.D.; Monica Mathys, Pharm.D.

Graduate Students’ Association at Amarillo (GSAA) Teaching Team of the Year: Psychology–based Pharmacology Team - Ulrich Bickel, Ph.D.; Luca Cucullo, Ph.D.; Vardan Karamyan, Ph.D.; Ramakrishna Samala, Ph.D.; Kalkunte Srivenugopal, Ph.D.; and Margaret Weis, Ph.D. as members of the Graduate

GSAA Teacher of the Year - Margaret Weis, Ph.D.

GSAA Mentor of the Year - Luca Cucullo, Ph.D.

GSAA Dean’s Scholar Award - Ms. Shika and Nihar Kinarivala, Ph.D. candidates, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

GSAA Graduate Student of the Year - Jee Hyun Park, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Award of Excellence in Staff Services (Amarillo) - Jeri Brown, Executive Associate, Dean’s Office

Award of Excellence in Staff Services (Regional) - Beverly Johnson, Dallas

 

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The School of Pharmacy was established in 1996 and now has campuses in Amarillo, Lubbock, Dallas and Abilene. Since its inception, the school has played a significant role in addressing the state's pharmacist shortage. Today, more than 90 percent of its graduates remain in Texas.

The school requires its students to complete more clinical training hours than any other pharmacy program in the country, making its students some of the most sought after graduates.