Congratulations Felix Luisi
The Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is proud to recognize Mr. Felix Luisi as our 2018 Preceptor of the Year! Mr. Luisi is one of our exemplary preceptors voted our third “Preceptor of the Year “ by the class of 2018 for his commitment and dedication precepting them during their experiential rotations to enter the practice of pharmacy.
Felix graduated with a B.S. Degree in Pharmacy from Rutgers University in 1997 and in 2006 received his MBA in finance from Montclair State University. He has been employed by Stop & Shop in Teaneck NJ for the past 21 years and is currently at Stop & Shop in Bloomfield, NJ. Mr. Luisi became a Certified Consultant Pharmacist in 2014. From 2014-2017, Mr. Luisi also worked part-time for Pharmacare at Greystone Psychiatric Hospital.
Mr. Luisi was nominated by the Class of 2018 and presented this award at our school’s annual White Coat Ceremony in August 2018. He has been commended by our students for his demonstrated passion for the profession of pharmacy. His exceptional teaching techniques serve to foster pharmacy practice confidence for his students presented during the completion of Community Pharmacy Practice projects and presentations.
The FDU School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences extends our sincerest thanks to all of our valued partners who have precepted students over the past year.
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