Please join us Thursday, 04/09/2020 for POP Research seminar of the Spring 2020, held from 1:00pm-2:30 pm via Zoom only (see below). We will be welcoming our graduate students Ikenna Francis Unigwe, B.S., Pharm.D., Aimalohi Okpeku, B.S.Pharm., and Shailina Keshwani, B.S.Pharm as our seminar speakers.
Ikenna Unigwe is currently a master’s student in the Dept of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy. He is transitioning to the Ph.D. program this fall under the tutelage of Dr. Park. He went to the University of Mississippi where he obtained a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, and has been practicing in Atlanta Georgia before beginning this graduate program in the fall of 2019. His practice experience includes consulting and community pharmacy practice. His research interests include safety and efficacy research in HIV and Hepatitis-C. His seminar title is: “Creation of a validated tool to investigate the knowledge, practice patterns, and attitudes of community pharmacists towards medication therapy management.”
Aimalohi Okpeku is a first year masters student in Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy, received her Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife , Nigeria . Worked as a program officer in Institute of Human Virology, a technical implementing partner of the US Center for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDC ) in Nigeria. Her seminar title is: “A Review of Medical Marijuana Use in HIV/AIDS:”
Shailina Keshwani has received her BS in Pharmacy from Mumbai University, India in 2012 and worked as a research analyst at WNS Global Services for 1.5 years. Later, she received her BAS in Healthcare management from College of Central Florida, Ocala, Florida in 2017. Shalina is a licensed pharmacy technician in Florida and I has worked at Wells Pharmacy Network for 9 months. Her seminar title is: “Treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia- A Literature Review”
To join the meeting: Please contact Katherine Morris or Sebastian Jugl for the Zoom password. Link: https://uflphi.zoom.us/j/861582648