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Keith Iams Phones & Addresses

  • 5850 Meridian Rd, Gibsonia, PA 15044 (724) 443-4541
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Zelienople, PA
  • 120 Skylark Cir, Pittsburgh, PA 15234

Work

Company: Rphonthego May 2012 Position: Pharmacist

Education

School / High School: Duquesne University- Pittsburgh, PA 1996 Specialities: Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Professional Records

License Records

Keith L Iams

Address:
Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
License #:
PI095438L - Expired
Category:
Pharmacy
Type:
Pharmacy Intern

Resumes

Resumes

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Keith Iams Washington, DC

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Work:
Rphonthego

May 2012 to 2000
Pharmacist

mirixa
Reston, VA
Feb 2013 to Jul 2014
mtm consultant pharmacist

Harris Teeter
Arlington, VA
Aug 2008 to Jan 2010
Pharmacist

Rph on the Go

May 2007 to Jun 2008
Per Diem Pharmacist

Rite Aid Pharmacy
Alexandria, VA
Feb 2004 to Nov 2006
Floater/Staff Pharmacist

Safeway
Falls Church, VA
Apr 2002 to Aug 2004
Pharmacy manager

Eckerd Pharmacy
Arlington, VA
Aug 1999 to Feb 2001
Pharmacy manager

Education:
Duquesne University
Pittsburgh, PA
1996
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Publications

Us Patents

Vaccines For The Protection Of Animals Against Theileria Infection

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US Patent:
5273744, Dec 28, 1993
Filed:
Feb 11, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/835043
Inventors:
Anthony J. Musoke - Kampala,
Vish Nene - Cambridge,
Keith Iams - Pittsburgh PA
Vinand M. Nantulya - Mbale,
Assignee:
International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases - Nairobi
International Classification:
A61K 3900
US Classification:
424 88
Abstract:
This invention relates to the development of a vaccine against Theileria parva, which is a protozoan parasite infecting cattle in Africa. The invention specifically relates to the use of the 67 kDa glycoprotein from the surface of the T. parva sporozoite as an immunogen for inducing immunoprotection against T. parva in bovine species. This 67 kDa antigen is produced using recombinant genetics. Plasmids containing nucleic acid segments encoding the antigen, host cells containing the nucleic acid segments and recombinant methods for producing the antigen are part of this invention.
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