Elizabeth Travers: Mylan School of Pharmacy Student Diplomats
Name: Elizabeth Travers
Hometown: Niagara Falls, New York
Graduation Year: 2017
Organizations: Academy Of Managed Care Pharmacy (President)
American College Of Clinical Pharmacy (Acting President, Founding Member)
American Pharmacists Association - Academy Of Student Pharmacists
Lambda Kappa Sigma
Pennsylvania Society Of Health System Pharmacists
Phi Lambda Sigma
I've always known that I wanted to go into the healthcare field. The more I learned about pharmacy, the more I knew this was the profession for me. While there are several pharmacy schools in Buffalo, none of them had what I was looking for in a university. As soon as I set foot on Duquesne's campus, I knew this was where I wanted to go to school. The biggest thing for me was the personal attention you get here at Duquesne. The professors and the Dean all know me on a first name basis, and that's not something that you get at every school. I'm extremely passionate about clinical pharmacy and hope to work as a clinical specialist at a large academic medical center after completing a residency. I'd ideally like to work somewhere warm and near the ocean, so I can go scuba diving on my days off. I currently work as a pharmacy intern at Allegheny General Hospital and have found that I enjoy working in a hospital pharmacy much more than in community pharmacy. When I'm not at school or work, I'm back home in Niagara Falls playing with my dog and helping run our local 4-H club as an adult leader. Over the summer, I often travel to Canada and spend time on the lake swimming, hiking, waterskiing and fishing.
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