Florida A&M University doctoral student Terrick Andey placed first in a Statewide Graduate Research Symposium hosted by the University of South Florida. The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences student won in the Health Sciences category for his research in cancer resistant treatments, with emphasis on chemotherapy relapse.
Andey attributed his success to healthy relationships with FAMU faculty.
Andey attributes his success to the consistent research environment he has been immersed in under FAMU Pharmacy Professor Mandip S. Sachdeva.
“I appreciate the support of the faculty and staff of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, as well as Dr. Verian Thomas, for putting their bet on me,” a humbled Andey said. “I am more than what I could have hoped to be because of their investments in me.”