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Dr. Katie Anderson
APhA Foundation 2020 Incentive Grant Recipient for Practitioner Innovation in Pharmaceutical Care
From The Post and Courier:
Meet the pharmaceutical chief shaking up Columbia:
'There is nothing passive about Lou'
Heads up to our Business & Entrepreneurship track participants! Please make sure to update your #B&E activity infor… https://t.co/RyVvYqvpP2
ANNOUNCEMENT! Our Management Level Training Course on May 14-15 has been cancelled due to COVID-19. We will post a… https://t.co/jXhPECMuVD
Our final #WomensHistoryMonth post is dedicated to Lou Kennedy, a #UofSCalumnus! Lou is the President, #CEO, and Ow… https://t.co/ehlAPcMbGq
#Congrats to #travelscholarship recipient, Chloé LeBegue! Chloé is a P4 student at @UofSCPharm who was able to trav… https://t.co/vnAeqN1PR5
Next for #WomensHistoryMonth, Dr. Carla Julian, a pharmacist for THE Pharmacy in Florence, SC! A graduate of… https://t.co/7yzSU2SuLm
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