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RCSI School of Pharmacy success at Helix Health Awards

05 February 2015

Professor Sally-Ann Cryan from the RCSI School of Pharmacy and RCSI alumnus, Jonathon Morrissey were among those who were honoured at the 10th annual Helix Health Pharmacist Awards which took place recently in the Mansion House, Dublin.

The awards recognise Ireland's most accomplished pharmacists and celebrate excellence across all disciplines of the pharmacy profession.

Professor Sally-Ann Cryan, Research Convenor and Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmacy, received the Professional Excellence Award, sponsored by KrKa, for her work in RCSI in pharmacy education and her contribution to drug delivery research.


Pictured (l-r) are Mr Rory O'Donnell, President of The Pharmacy Benevolent Fund; Professor Sally-Ann Cryan, Professional Excellence Award Winner; Mr Paul Neill,  KrKa; Ms Jennifer Hughes, Director of Marketing, Helix Health

Jonathon Morrissey, a graduate of RCSI School of Pharmacy (Class of 2009) won the Patient-Nominated Award, sponsored by TEVA, for his work in community practice in Marron's Pharmacy, Clane, Co. Kildare.

Pictured (l-r) are Mr Rory O'Donnell, President of The Pharmacy Benevolent Fund; Ms Sarah Corry, TEVA; Mr Jonathan Morrissey, Patient Nominated Award Winner; Ms Jennifer Hughes, Director of Marketing, Helix Health

All money raised from the event went towards The Pharmacy Benevolent Fund, Trust of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland which supports those who have been associated with pharmacy and who are now in need of assistance.