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With the expansion of our health sciences and pharmacy programs , we are very pleased to welcome our newest faculty who joined Manchester Pharmacy family last summer . They will be instrumental in helping to grow our programs in many new arenas .
MOLLY CORDER , Pharm . D ., BCPS , an assistant professor of pharmacy practice , is a returning Spartan , who ran cross country as an undergraduate student . She continued at Manchester to earn her Pharm . D . degree in 2020 . After graduation , she completed two years of residency training at Saint Joseph Health System specializing in ambulatory care . Corder is passionate about teaching and inspiring students , taking care of her patients and advocating for her profession .
“ It ’ s incredible to work alongside so many colleagues that I consider dear mentors . Manchester is always on the verge of innovation . Its steadfast vision of diversity , equity , and inclusion , and preparing graduates to change the world , makes me feel honored to call this institution home .”
Favorite things : Spending time with family and friends , traveling and training for a half marathon
NORM FENN , Pharm . D ., BCPS , BCPPS , an assistant professor of pharmacy practice , holds a pediatric clinical pharmacist appointment with Parkview Women ’ s and Children ’ s Hospital . He earned his Pharm . D . degree with Honors from the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2014 and completed a PGY-1 residency at Children ’ s National Medical Center where he continued as a clinical pharmacist . He moved to Indiana in 2016 to complete a two-year Academia & Ambulatory Care Fellowship at the Purdue University College of Pharmacy . Most recently , he was a pediatric clinical pharmacist at the Penn State Health Children ’ s Hospital .
“ What drew me to Manchester is its strong leadership with a progressive direction and focus on quality education . It also offers an established practice site with positive interorganizational relationship dynamics and a smaller student : faculty ratio .”
Favorite things : Sharing his unbridled enthusiasm for pediatric pharmacotherapy with his students and colleagues and spending time with his growing family
MOLLY GRASBERGER , Pharm . D ., an assistant professor of pharmacy practice , also serves as an infectious diseases clinical pharmacy specialist at Parkview Regional Medical Center . An alumna of Manchester Pharmacy ’ s first graduating Class of ’ 16 , she went on to complete a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice and PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy residency at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa , Okla . Most recently , she practiced as an infectious diseases and antimicrobial stewardship clinical pharmacy specialist at Mercy Hospital South in St . Louis .
“ It ’ s a great feeling to start a career with an organization that mirrors my own beliefs and values and work alongside a diverse group of individuals . I ’ m excited about sharing my experiences and helping young professionals grow in their knowledge as pharmacists and as individuals .”
Favorite things : Nurturing houseplants and building LEGOs
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