Dr. Milap Nahata

Dr. Milap Nahata, a distinguished member of The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy faculty, recently received multiple awards for his contributions to pharmacy. In February, Dr. Nahata was presented the John Piecoro Pioneer in Pediatric Pharmacy Award from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy for his pioneering contributions to pediatric pharmacy. In April, he was given the Julius W. Sturmer Memorial Lecture Award for Commitment to Innovative Pharmacy Practice and Pediatric Pharmacotherapy from Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Dr. Nahata is an emeritus professor of pharmacy and pediatrics and internal medicine with the Colleges of Pharmacy and Medicine. He is also the direc

Dr. Nahata awarded AACP Pharmacy Practice Section Distinguished Service Award

Dr. Milap C. Nahata, emeritus professor at the College of Pharmacy, recently received the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Pharmacy Practice Section’s first Distinguished Service Award. The AACP Pharmacy Practice Section Distinguished Service Award is presented to a nominee with 20+ years of experience in academia who holds a faculty position within an AACP member college or school of pharmacy, and who continues to make positive contributions within the pharmacy profession through pharmacy practice, research, leadership and service. Dr. Nahata has had an incredibly accomplished career to date. He was the first pharmacist to develop clinical practice in pediatric pharmacy a

September Birthstone

September’s birthstone is the sapphire—a precious gem of wisdom, loyalty and nobility. This stone is said to focus the mind, encourage self-discipline and channel higher powers. When people say “sapphire,” they’re usually referring to the royal blue variety of this gem, although it can occur in all colors of the rainbow (except red, which is classified as ruby instead). This lovely gem gives September-born babies a full spectrum of options when choosing the shade of birthstone that best represents them. SAPPHIRE OVERVIEW Although sapphire typically refers to the rich blue gemstone variety of the mineral corundum, this royal gem actually occurs in a rainbow of hues. Sapphires come in ever

This Day in History - September 14

September 14, 1741 - Composer George Frederick Handel finished Messiah after working on it nonstop for 23 days. September 14, 1812 - Napoleon and his troops first entered Moscow as the retreating Russians set the city on fire. Napoleon found it was impossible to stay through the winter in the ruined city. He then began a retreat from Moscow which became one of the great disasters of military history. Fewer than 20,000 of the original 500,000 men with him survived the Russian campaign. September 14, 1901 - Eight days after being shot, President William McKinley died from wounds suffered during an assassination attempt in Buffalo, New York. He was succeeded by Theodore Roosevelt. September 14,

This day in history-September 12th

The T.V. Western Bonanza Premiered Bonanza was one of the longest running and most popular of all TV Westerns. For 14 seasons, audiences enthusiastically tuned in to see the High Sierra adventures of the Cartwright clan. Nestled above the shores of Lake Tahoe is the Ponderosa Ranch, home of Ben Cartwright and his sons Adam, Hoss and Joe (a.k.a. "Little Joe"). Each of the young men was born to a different deceased mother, making poor Ben a three-time widower. Strong characters and intriguing plots helped to set Bonanza apart from the usual gun-slinging formula shows of its heyday. One reason for Bonanza's success was the show's attention to script development. The characters were allowed to

9 Ways 9/11 Sparked Good In The World

Families who lost loved ones during 9/11 have, over the years, turned tragedy into triumphs of human spirit. They’ve started nonprofits, initiatives and campaigns dedicated to improving lives in a variety of small and big ways. We’ve put together a list of the incredible people who paid it forward when just moving forward was hard enough. 1. The Carl V. Bini Memorial Fund Every year the Bikers For Bini charity event honors firefighter Carl V. Bini whose crew headed straight for the Trade Center towers as they fell. The Carl V. Bini Memorial Fund collects donations to help those in times of need. Last year the organization donated more than $100,000 to the victims of Hurricane Sandy. 2. The

September Chinese Moon Festival

Originally named the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Moon Festival is one of the most important traditional events for the Chinese. It takes place on the 15th moon day of 8th Chinese lunar month (Chicken month). Please note the date of this festival changes each year. 2013 - 19 September 2014 - 8 September 2015 - 2 September In Chinese culture, the full moon is a symbol of peace and prosperity for the whole family. Its roundness symbolizes wholeness and togetherness. The Moon Festival is a time for family reunion. The traditional food for the moon Festival is the moon cake which is round and symbolizes reunion. A Moon Festival Legend Many years ago, there were ten suns in the sky. The 10 suns th