Sandown, N.H. | Calvary Christian School
Adam was part of the first group of UNH Manchester students to participate in an accelerated path to pharmacy school through an articulation agreement with MCPHS University. He spent his first three years at UNH Manchester completing requirements for general education and pre-pharmacy through the biological sciences program, then he completed the final requirements for his bachelor’s degree while in his first year of professional school at MCPHS University in Manchester.
While at UNH Manchester, Adam was also involved in student activities on campus, serving as a Peer Assistant Leader, Orientation Leader and as a member of Brick and Mortar theatre club.
I got the best education I think I could have possibly gotten, but also with the added benefit of having connections in this urban setting.
A year after graduating from UNH Manchester, Adam was at MCPHS University pursuing his Doctor of Pharmacy. Upon receiving his degree in 2014, he accepted a year-long residency at Concord Hospital where he was able to experience the different opportunities at a hospital pharmacy, from the emergency department to infectious disease to intensive care.
In 2016, Adam completed a year-long oncology residency at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, consistently ranked the best cancer hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. He is now a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in the Leukemia department at MD Anderson, and plans to become a Board Certified Oncology Pharmacist by the Board of Pharmacy Specialties.
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