Kudos to URI College of Pharmacy alumni John Grossomanides, Erica Estus, and Linda Carver, who were honored this spring by the College of Pharmacy.
John Grossomanides ’84, Pharm.D. ’00, senior clinical pharmacist with with Advanced Pharmacy Concepts, was awarded the Dr. Norman A. Campbell Award for Ethics and Excellence. The Campbell Award was created to honor individuals in the health care profession who have shown a profound dedication to the well-being of society and serve as role models for future generations of health care professionals. Pictured from left: Dean of Pharmacy Ron Jordan, Grossomanides, and Professor Emeritus Norman Campbell.
URI Clinical Professor Erica Estus ’96, Pharm.D.’00 was named the Advanced Pharmacy Practice Preceptor of the Year for her work as outstanding mentor and clinical supervisor for advanced pharmacy students. Estus, who teaches sixth year pharmacy students performing internships in their final year at the College, works with students at three sites specializing in geriatrics. Pictured from left: Advanced Pharmacy Practice Preceptor of the Year Erica Estus and Kathleen Fisher, director of Experiential Learning at URI’s College of Pharmacy.
Linda Carver ’86 was named the Introductory Pharmacy Preceptor of the Year for her work as outstanding mentor and clinical supervisor for introductory pharmacy students. Carver works as a pharmacist at Rite Aid in Narragansett and also serves as president of the Rhode Island Pharmacist Association. Pictured from left: Introductory Pharmacy Preceptor of the Year Linda Carver and Brett Feret, clinical associate professor at URI’s College of Pharmacy.