Funds totaling $2,590 were recently received by the Mylan School of Pharmacy.
The School of Pharmacy, $2,590, from the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists to support the fifth annual Student Research Symposium. Rahual Roopwani will direct the symposium and Dr. James Drennen is the student advisor.
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