The American College of Veterinary Pharmacists recently inducted 4 pharmacists into Fellowship at its annual Educational Conference in Coronado, California. Pharmacists awarded Full Fellow status are eligible to use the credentials FACVP after their name.

“The American College of Veterinary Pharmacists is proud to receive our new Fellows into membership,” said ACVP President Calvin Freeman, RPh, FACVP, FACA. “Being an ACVP Fellow shows a pharmacist’s commitment to education, innovation, and advancements in veterinary pharmacy. Fellowship in ACVP also offers the opportunity to share knowledge, information and formulations between fellows.”

Present at the induction ceremony in California was Roland Lopez, Seattle, Washington. The following pharmacists were inducted in absentia: David Bagot, Petersburg, Illinois; Randy Carr, Gretna, Louisiana; Henry Dunklau, Nashville, Tennessee; and Alexander Matsikas, Flushing, New York.

Founded in 1999, the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists is a professional pharmacy organization dedicated to helping veterinarians provide high quality therapies and services for their animal patients.