February 23, 2011
Pharmacy Students from Singapore Doing Clinical Work at Samford
Jonathan Seah and Melissa Ngai, pharmacy students from National University of Singapore, will perform clinical rotations at Samford University's McWhorter School of Pharmacy (MSOP) during March.
The first international students accepted for clinical course work at MSOP, they are completing a two-year non-traditional Doctor of Pharmacy program offered through National University of Singapore.
Seah and Ngai will spend time on a drug information rotation with pharmacy practice professor P. J.Hughes for the month of March. Ngai will study for an additional month at St. Vincent’s Hospital with Dr. Emily Warren.
“This will hopefully be the beginning of a very fruitful relationship between National University of Singapore and Samford University,” said Dr. Hughes.