Yale Mendelson is an eminent medical professional acknowledged for his special emphasis on drugs, adverse effects and all the uses of the pills. Yale Mendelson earned PharmD: Doctor of Pharmacy, Magna Cum Laude & Rho Chi honors in December 2015 from West Virginia University.
Yale Mendelson is trained Pharmacist and is known for his experience in terms of pharmaceutical sales. He is a 27 years old pharmacist who was born and raised in Morgantown, WV which is the home of the West Virginia University Mountaineers. He is living in Hoboken, NJ at the moment since January 2018.
Yale Mendelson worked at Mega Aid Compounding Pharmacy as a Pharmaceutical Liaison. He outperformed in this role and was considered to be a high potential representative capable of executing a breakthrough framework for DME products, firming clinical relationship between physician offices and the largest compounding pharmacy in the tri-state area.
Yale Mendelson is appreciated for his work for West Virginia University Alumni Association Loyalty Permanent Endowment Scholarship, Gerald L Sprowls Pharmacy scholarship for academic excellence and West Virginia Promise Scholarship.
Yale Mendelson worked at Pocahontas Pharmacy for a year from July 2016 till January 2017. He managed the development and working of the pharmacy comprising patient counseling, budget management, customer experience, and inventory control for a volume of 1,300 weekly prescriptions.
He is honored to have WVU Alumni Association Loyalty Permanent Endowment Scholarship, Gerald L Sprowls Pharmacy scholarship for academic excellence, West Virginia Promise Scholarship. He is a proud member of the American Pharmacist’s Association (APhA) and the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS).
Yale Mendelson possesses great leadership skills and he has outperformed in a number of leadership roles. He served as the chapter treasurer at Phi Kappa Psi for an entire year.
From January 2017 to April 2017, he served as a staff pharmacist at Rite Aid Pharmacy. He circulated 1,400- 1,500 medications weekly and supervised drug interactions, penned side effects for every case.