Congratulations Dr. Michael Chu!
The Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is proud to recognize
Dr. Michael Chu as our 2019 Preceptor of the Year! Dr. Chu is one of our exemplary preceptors
voted our fourth “Preceptor of the Year “ by the class of 2019 for his commitment and
dedication precepting them during their experiential rotations to enter the practice of
Dr. Chu with Barbara Rossi, Assistant Dean of Experiential Education
Michael graduated with a PharmD degree from University of Illinois at Chicago in 1990. Upon
graduating, he went to University Hospital in Newark, NJ and became the first clinical
pharmacist hired. In 2003, he became the Clinical Pharmacy Manager and his position includes
overseeing and evaluating the different units (Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Intensive Care Unit,
Liver transplant clinic, Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, Heart Failure outpatient clinic,
Emergency Department, and Oncology).
Dr. Chu was nominated by the Class of 2019 and presented this award at our school’s annual
White Coat Ceremony in August 2019. He has been commended by our students for his ongoing
dedication and guidance during various experiential institutional based rotations .
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.
To become an FDU preceptor, please call us at (973) 443-8204 and join our team!
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