Dean Bricker Signs Exchange/Collaboration Agreement With Bombay College Of Pharmacy In India
Dean J. Douglas Bricker and Dr. Khalid Kamal, professor of pharmaceutical administration, traveled to Mumbai, India to sign an Agreement for Collaboration and Exchange with the Bombay College of Pharmacy on September 17, 2019.
Dr. Krishnapriya Mohanraj, principal of Bombay College of Pharmacy and Mr. Nitin Maniar, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bombay College of Pharmacy were present for the signing.
This agreement includes student and faculty exchanges and research collaboration.
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