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Scholarly Activity

Excellence in teaching, research and clinical care is achieved through continual assessment and discovery. WesternU faculty members are expected to participate in scholarly activities consistent with their career goals. Scholarship includes research, publications and other endeavors that are peer-reviewed and non-peer reviewed, and which lead to significant advances in new information and knowledge. These endeavors may be conducted in many different environments, including the research laboratory, the classroom, and the patient care setting. Special emphasis is placed upon publication of the results of faculty scholarship in the accepted literature of the field.

Photo of College of Pharmacy faculty, Dan Roosan and Anandi Law.

Artificial Intelligence Detects Adverse Drug Events College of Pharmacy Faculty Report Findings

College of Pharmacy faculty Dan Roosan, PHARMD, PHD, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, and Anandi Law, B.PHARM, MS, PHD, FAPHA, Associate Dean, Assessment, author article on their research in Journal of Medical Toxicology, the official journal of the American College of Medical Toxicology.
Photo of Dominique Griffon, Assoc. Dean for Research Professor Small Animal Surgery in College of Veterinary Medicine

3D Printing Used in Small-Animal Surgery Dr. Dominique Griffon Reviews Current Practices

Dominique Griffon, DVM, MS, PHD, DECVS, DACVS, Associate Dean for Research, Professor Small Animal Surgery in the College of Veterinary Medicine, authors article in Veterinary Surgery, the official journal of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.