College of Pharmacy

Class of '67

Pharmacy Class of 67

On Friday, Sept. 29, the Pharmacy Class of 1967 returned to Ferris to accept their Golden Eagle Award and participate in the Homecoming festivities. The group reconnected over several meals, cheered on classmate Tom Cook in the Homecoming parade, who was honored with his wife Janice as Grand Marshals, and enjoyed many laughs sharing Ferris memories.

Drs Ding and Shiltz New Publication

Cover of the Annals of Pharmacotherapy

Dr. Qian Ding and Dr. Dane Shiltz co-authored A Multicenter Retrospective Analysis of Factors Associated with Apixaban-Related Bleeding in Hospitalized Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease on Hemodialysis in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy. 

Susan DeVuyst-Miller's Opioid Book Featured on MLive

Dr. Miller's book, Prescription Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Education was featured in an article on MLive. She described the book as an educational tool for healthcare professionals, providing important information about opioids, overdoses, and naloxone - the opioid overdose reversal agent.

Dr. Lindsey Westerhof Earns 1st Place in 2017 ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium

Congratulations to Dr. Lindsey Westerhof for achieving first place in the 2017 ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium Ambulatory Care PRN Awards! Her research poster entitled "Current knowledge, attitudes, and barriers to implementation of expedited partner therapy (EPT): A survey of West Michigan community pharmacists" was a part of the Doctoral Project course. 

Jeff Rowe Receives Honorary Doctorate

Jeff Rowe

Pharmacy alumnus Jeff Rowe received an Honorary Doctorate of Health Services during Spring 2017 Commencement. Jeff and his wife, Annette, a graduate of Ferris' College of Health Professions, provided leadership support for the renovation of the Hagerman Pharmacy Building and annual scholarships for students.

Jennifer Lamberts Receives New Investigator Award

Dr. Jennifer Lamberts

Congratulations to Dr. Jenny Lamberts for the receipt of the 2017 AACP New Investigator Award! Dr. Lamberts is one of 16 recipients of the AACP's award. She will receive $10,000 to support her research on Parkinson's disease.