These last four years have flown by so quickly that we already find ourselves in the midst of a new episode of the World Cup, filled with the same football fanatics, sideline entertainment and the palpable amount of glory. Here is a brief analysis created by yours truly, Sherif El Refai.
A regularly asked question is what are the career options after graduating with a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Here is a compilation by Sherif El Refai to address just that.
Ever since Game of Thrones Season one shocker of the death of the main protagonist, I have noticed a trend among all showrunners in hollywood to add some shock treatment to their series but does this come at the cost of the integrity of the show. What I mean is, does the sudden nature of any event fit the world within the series or did the writers just include to get a bump in media and social media coverage?
Here is a list of the most recent examples (assembled by Sherif El Refai) and you can judge for yourself:
– Game of Thrones – Execution of Ned Stark
– House of Cards – Subway Train Jump of Zoe Barnes
– The Walking Dead – Death of Lizzie & Mika
– Family Guy – Brian’s car accident
– Downton Abbey – Lady Sybil
– Game of Thrones – “Red Wedding” & “Purple Wedding”
The Center for Pharmacogenomics and Individualized Therapy (CPIT) strives to achieve the optimal efficacy and safety of a multitude of treatments based on each individual patient’s genetic information. Here is their website for more information:
Sherif El-Refai is currently working on a master’s of business administration degree at the University of Florida. His previous educational experience includes two years in an undergraduate pre-pharmacy program, followed by a bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ultimately, Sherif El-Refai received a doctorate in pharmacy from the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Between 2008 and 2011, he completed 10 pharmaceutical clerkships.
A master’s degree in business administration is one of the most useful collegiate degrees a person can work toward. A recent study conducted by BusinessWeek revealed that Harvard Business School graduates had an average starting salary of $134,000 per year. While the average was lower at less prestigious business schools ($72,000 at Arizona State), the salaries are considerably higher than the national average (about $43,000) and they are only entry-level wages. Careers that can be pursued with a master of business administration include advertising executive, business manager, corporate recruiter, financial analyst, and much more.