MPH, Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate
Role: Student Ambassador
Emily Schwab is a Doctor of Pharmacy candidate (Class of 2025) at the UC San Francisco School of Pharmacy. She holds a bachelor’s degree in public health from UC Berkeley and a Master of Public Health degree from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Prior to attending UCSF, Emily was a Clinical Research Coordinator at the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center and Alpha Stem Cell Clinic. At UC Davis, she worked on early phase clinical trials investigating therapies for hematologic malignancies and bone marrow transplant. She then transitioned to a Clinical Trial Associate role at a Clinical Research Organization, a position which she maintains while in pharmacy school.
Emily’s professional interests include Investigational Drug Service (IDS), oncology clinical research, pharmaceutical industry research, and pharmacovigilance. She is actively involved in several pharmaceutical industry research projects. Emily is also passionate about community health and participates in multiple community health and health advocacy projects with UCSF. She is the first student ambassador of the Society of Research Clinicians (SRC).
Role: Resident Ambassador
Applications being accepted through 12/1/2023.