The University of Charleston School of Pharmacy Faculty Member Selected as American College of Clinical Pharmacology Fellow

6/15/2018

Charleston, WV – University of Charleston School of Pharmacy (UCSOP) associate professor Dr. Tamer Fandy has earned Fellowship through the American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP).   

ACCP’s objective is to advance the science of clinical pharmacology and to engage in appropriate educational efforts in the public interest (www.accp1.org). ACCP Fellowship is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional performance in clinical pharmacy practice and/or research. Requirements to be considered as an ACCP Fellow include at least 5 years of experience (beyond post-doctoral training) in basic or clinical pharmacology, a minimum of 5 publications in peer-reviewed journals, national or international recognition or awards in clinical pharmacology, and letters of recommendation.  

“Dr. Fandy’s Fellow membership in the ACCP is a great honor because it is one of the most prestigious societies in pharmacology,” stated Dr. David Latif, Department Chair, Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences. “In addition to Dr. Fandy’s accomplishments for this honor, he is a great teacher and a team player.  He is a pleasure to work with.  I am very proud of him.”

Dean of UCSOP, Dr. Michelle Easton stated, “Dr. Fandy’s designation as a Fellow of ACCP is a testament to his sustained professional achievements. He joins the ranks of several of our pharmacy faculty who are Fellows to national professional organizations. This seal of approval should inspire the students Dr. Fandy guides to reach for more and follow his actions.  The University of Charleston School of Pharmacy congratulates Dr. Fandy and rejoices in this quality distinction.”

Fandy joined the UCSOP’s department of pharmaceutical and administrative sciences (DPAS) faculty in January of 2017. He earned his pharmacy degree at the College of Pharmacy, Cairo University. Fandy received a Master of Science degree from the University of Southern California, and a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.  In addition, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Johns Hopkins University.  Prior to joining UCSOP, Fandy was an Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Albany College of Pharmacy-Vermont Campus.