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Emily Ann Bellebaum, PharmD.
MUSC College of
Family: Dad, mom, older sister,
younger brother, and our cocker spaniel, Maggie.
Community service: Harvest Free
Medical Clinic, Special Olympics and Hope Lodge.
When you were younger, what did you
want to be: A television news anchor.
What attracted you to pharmacy and
MUSC: Pharmacy—diverse opportunities and direct patient care.
MUSC—nationally recognized professors, good reputation and Charleston.
Favorite class: Geriatric
Plans after graduation: Community
practice residency at South Carolina College of Pharmacy- MUSC.
An unforgettable moment as an MUSC
student: Taking my final therapeutics test as a third year;
knowing that the next test I will take will be my boards.
Three things as a pharmacy student that
you couldn’t live without: My calculator, Dr. Weart and my
Who inspires you: My older
Toughest challenge you have had to face
this year: Deciding what type of residency I wanted to complete
and where to apply.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years: Conducting
clinical services in a community pharmacy, focusing on patient
relationships and improved medication selection.
Words of advice for other MUSC students:
Stay focused, remain involved and have fun!
Friday, May 16, 2008
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