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Opal Bacon welcomed a baby boy on December 16, 2020.

Nathaniel M. Rickles, PharmD, PhD, BCPP, FAPhA, was promoted to Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Affairs at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy.

Jennifer Zacher Martin welcomed a baby girl on January 23, 2021.

Ruth Nemire, PharmD, EdD, FCCP, FNAP, CRQM, was recently appointed the new Dean of Larkin University’s College of Pharmacy.

Monica Mathys, PharmD, BCPP, BCGP, was promoted to full professor at Texas Tech.

CPNP student member and CPNP-USC student chapter president, Brooke Pigneri was awarded a USPHS Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award for her efforts to distribute Naloxone kits to those at risk. The award recognizes pharmacy students who have made significant contributions to public health by promoting wellness and healthy communities.

Andrea Winterswyk welcomed a baby girl on March 20.

Jessa Koch welcomed a baby girl on March 22.

Michelle Geier, PharmD, BCPP, is presenting “Access Is Crucial for Patients With Opioid Use Disorder: Expanding Pharmacists’ Role in MAT” on May 13 for the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy’s 117th Annual Meeting.

Mark Schneiderhan, PharmD, BCPP, recently published "Observed Sex Differences in Cardiometabolic Indices in Patients on Antipsychotics: Secondary Analyses of a 12-Month Multicenter, Randomized, Controlled Trial" in The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders. 

CPNP joins the Salt Lake City VA in mourning the passing of their colleague and CPNP member Christopher Wilming, PharmD, BCPP. Co-worker and friend Zach Hill, PharmD, BCPP, MA, shared the following: "Chris was a valued person, colleague, and friend to the people around him. Always a person who could light up the room with a joke or approach a problem in a unique and fresh way. Beyond any words that could be used to describe him, his memory will resonate with those who loved and cared about him to where he will never truly be lost in our hearts and minds."

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