After spending years in the lab, Abhijit Kulkarni, PharmD ’16, used his talent for explaining complex science to land an unusual job with one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies.
Two Bouvé professors, both from the School of Pharmacy, rank among the top 1 percent of researchers worldwide based on citations to their work in scholarly publications. Mansoor Amiji made the list for his research on novel drug delivery systems for treating cancer, while Vladimir Torchilin was named for his work on precision drug delivery that reduces side effects of chemotherapy. Six professors from Northeastern made the list.
What kind of a person gets to lead a high-profile project at an international corporation just one month out of college? Answer: A graduate who has landed a Northeastern pharmacy fellowship. “I was only here for a month when I took the lead on an important international project,” said Margaret Chuang, PharmD’19.