Pharmacy today is exciting and fast moving. Today, more than ever, success as a pharmacist is largely influenced by your professional training. Communication, faculty-student mentorship and depth and breadth of basic and clinical pharmacy knowledge are key professional success factors. Communication in healthcare in the 21st century focuses on delivering effective patient centered care. Inter-professional relationships are key to effective patient management.The Touro College of Pharmacy provides a very strong inter-professional learning environment with direct access to Touro healthcare professional programs in medicine and the allied health sciences.

At Touro, we are all mentors and teachers. Our administrators and faculty are active educators. Members of the administration remain engaged as faculty members, actively teaching in the didactic and clinical programs. Many faculty work side by side with students, advancing cutting edge translational research. The broad experience of our faculty in retail, hospital and pharmaceutical-biotechnology, enables our program to prepare students for exciting careers in retail, hospital and industry.

I invite you to explore our College of Pharmacy. We believe our offering is unique.

 

With best wishes for success,

Zvi Loewy, Ph.D.

Interim Dean

Zvi Loewy, Ph.D.

Dr. Zvi Loewy leverages a diversified background in academia, big-pharma senior management as well as biotech startup creation and management.

Dr. Loewy is a true biotech visionary. He has demonstrated creativity in the development and application of novel technologies including: DNA fingerprinting, PCR and alternative nucleic acid amplification systems, microfluidics and microarrays, proteomic systems and drug delivery systems. Dr. Loewy’s international experience has included championing the penetration and commercial launch of healthcare products in China and developing markets, and leading open innovation in the Mid-East.

Dr. Loewy received his education at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Loewy is on the faculty of the New York Medical College (Microbiology and Immunology) and Drexel University (Engineering); is on the board of the Jerusalem College of Technology, the New Jersey Technology Incubator, a member of the scientific advisory board of C3 Jian, Inc.; is a member of the steering committee of the Pennsylvania Translational Research Partnership Institute and the Coulter advisory council; and is an Editor of the Journal of Prosthodontics. Dr. Loewy has published broadly and has over 25 issued patents.