Deer Valley High grad earns doctorate from Midwestern

Posted 6/21/21

Lara Nouri, Pharm.D., of Glendale, has completed the Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the College of Pharmacy, Glendale Campus  of Midwestern University, 19555 N. 59th Ave.

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Deer Valley High grad earns doctorate from Midwestern

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Lara Nouri, Pharm.D., of Glendale, has completed the Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the College of Pharmacy, Glendale Campus  of Midwestern University, 19555 N. 59th Ave.

Nouri graduated from Deer Valley High School, 18424 N. 51st Ave., Glendale, and received a degree in science from Glendale Community College in 2017.

While at Midwestern, she served as the vice president of the Industry Pharmacists Organization; ASHP-SSHP Chapter Treasurer; the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists Fundraising Committee Chair; the Philanthropy Chair of P.O.W.E.R.; and the Secretary of the Nuclear Club.

After graduation from Midwestern, she plans to work for Fry’s Pharmacy as a staff pharmacist where she plans to become involved in blood pressure education and immunization administration.

The College of Pharmacy, Glendale Campus was founded in 1998 to address the need for qualified primary care pharmacists in Arizona and the Southwest.

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