Pharmacy Focus: Student Edition - Episode 13
Pharmacy Focus: Student Edition - Sanofi and Howard University Announce New Partnership, Fellowship Program
By supporting pharmacy students at Howard University, the fellowship hopes to expand the number of pharmacists of color in industry.
This month, we spoke with Earl Ettienne, BScPharm, MBA, from Howard University, and Dietmar Berger, MD, PhD, of Sanofi, about their recently-announced partnership and fellowship program. By supporting pharmacy students at Howard University, Ettienne said the fellowship hopes to expand the number of pharmacists of color in industry.
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