I’m a 2nd year pharmacy student starting school in Fall of 2013. A little about me is that I’m a Minnesota native and while I enjoy it here I’m not a huge fan of the 2 most prevalent seasons: Winter and Road Construction. Aside from that I enjoy playing with computers and technology (new techno-gadgets gets my skin tingling). I have been a pharmacy technician for nearly 13 years which has spanned both retail and inpatient hospital settings.

I’m eagerly looking forward to my pharmacy education and actually learning about what all these drugs do and how they interact with the body. A few miscellaneous facts about me: my favorite color is blue, I’m a fan of sushi, I have 3 sisters and 2 brothers, and I graduated from the U of MN majoring in Biochemistry with a minor in Anthropology.

You’ll want to read my blog if you enjoy a good laugh (if humor is the best medicine I hope we have a full class on it) and if you like technology. I plan on going into Pharmacy Informatics so I’ll be looking into that aspect of pharmacy. Expect a few posts about informatics as I learn more about it.

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  1. Katie

     /  August 14, 2013

    AWESOME post Dustin!!

  2. Cody Thompson

     /  February 5, 2014


    Ms. Lofstrom pointed me here for a question. I’ve been wondering if there is a graphing calculator requirement/expectation for the CoP. Since you seem to be a tech kind of person, what computer suggestions could you give as well? All she said was a current Mac OS, Windows or tablet. Is there anything in particular I could keep my eye on?

    Thanks Much


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