Albany College of Pharmacy names new president following search

Howard University dean Toyin Tofade to be first Black woman to head school Rachel Silberstein/ Times Union ALBANY — The Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences has selected a new president following a nationwide search. Dr. Toyin Tofade, a dean and professor at the Howard University College of Pharmacy in Washington, D.C., will begin her term as the pharmacy school’s 10th president on July 1. Tofade will be the first Black woman to serve as president in the college’s 141-year history. “It is an honor to be selected for…

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