Introducing the American Pharmacy Students-3

September 15, 2016

Michael Brabander

125339-486695-michael-brabander-aug-30-2016-1018-pm-attach0_120Hi everyone! My name is Michael and I am in my last year of pharmacy school at Wilkes University. I live in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania and I have worked as an inpatient pharmacy technician for ten years at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania. After graduation I would like to find a job as a hospital pharmacist. I have previously traveled abroad to Spain and France as a part of the study abroad program through Wilkes. On my own, I have traveled to China, Germany, Israel, Japan, Italy, and some Caribbean islands. In my spare time I enjoy spending time at home with my girlfriend, playing with Thea (our puppy), bicycling (over 7000km this year!), playing board games with friends, and reading. My girlfriend is a radiation therapist at Geisinger where she treats cancer patients. My parents live in Danville where my father is a pharmacist and works for Geisinger as well. My brother lives in China where he teaches English to elementary school students. I am very excited to have this opportunity to visit Uganda and meet everyone. I’m interested to see how pharmacy is practiced in other countries.


About kbohan

Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Binghamton, NY USA
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2 Responses to Introducing the American Pharmacy Students-3


    Hi micheal, my name is Lumanyika, am also in my last year of pharmacy school. I hope to share with you, and learn what I can. Welcome to Uganda.

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