Governor Schwarzenegger names LLU pharmacy professor to board
On Thursday, November 1, California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger released a list of his latest appointees.
Among the appointees was Stanley Weisser, associate clinical professor of pharmacotherapy and outcomes sciences at Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy (LLUSP).
The California State Board of Pharmacy, founded in 1891, oversees all aspects of pharmacy in the state, including the practitioner (pharmacists), the practice site (pharmacies), and the product (drugs and devices).
Mr. Weisser has been serving on the LLUSP clinical faculty since March of this year.
From 1969 to 2000, he served as president and chief executive officer of Network Pharmaceuticals Incorporated.
He is currently a member of the boards of trustees for Redlands Community Hospital and the University of Redlands—both located in the city of Redlands.
He is also a member and past chair of the Grove Charter High School board of trustees. In 2005, Redlands Community Hospital named its newest building the Weisser Education Pavilion in recognition of the generosity of Mr. Weisser and his wife, Ellen.
By Larry Kidder, MA