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A female pharmacist in a white coat poses with the WVU Mountaineer Mascot (a female) and a white dog for a photo promoting flu vaccination.

Dr. Garofoli urges flu shot with help from friends

Dr. Gretchen Garofoli, associate professor of clinical pharmacy, administered a flu shot to Mountaineer Mascot Mary Roush. Members of the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists arranged for the vaccination. The SoP's Visitation Therapy Dog Titan was on hand to supervise.

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"After receiving the Dr. Art Jacknowitz AMEN (Advise, Mentor, Empower, Nurture) Award, I became part of a long legacy started by The Jacknowitz's. I am thankful to Mrs. Jacknowitz and other donors for the opportunities they provide students like me. The AMEN award has allowed me to focus less on the financial aspect of pharmacy school and more on making the most of my rotations, preparing for my future endeavors and sharing time with the people I love."
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