Ruth Madievsky, Future Pharmacist/Poet · USC School of Pharmacy Student and the future of Expert Compounding Pharmacy!
Growing up the daughter of a physician and a pharmacist, Ruth Madievsky always saw herself going into a health care profession.
“In my household, helping people was part of my family life,” said Madievsky, a native of Moldova who moved to the United States when she was 2 years old. “My parents were very big influences, and health care seemed like a very natural direction for me.”
Now a PharmD candidate at the USC School of Pharmacy, Madievsky first got involved in pharmaceutical studies as an undergraduate in the USC Trojan Admission Pre-Pharmacy student. The TAP program provides talented USC undergraduates with priority admission to the School of Pharmacy’s four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program
“I’m specifically interested in ambulatory care pharmacy possibly specializing in HIV or oncology,” she says. “I want to work directly with patients.”