Winners announced for 2010 BioRx Educational Scholarships

News Release                       
June 21, 2010 (Cincinnati, Ohio)   BioRx, a specialty pharmacy, and Hemophilia of North Carolina, a non-profit organization that assists and educates persons affected by bleeding disorders, announce the winners of the 2010 BioRx Educational Scholarships.  Each of the winners receives a $2,000 scholarship.  The scholarships are funded by BioRx through an educational grant, which is administered by Hemophilia of NC, a chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation. 
 The recipients of the 2010 BioRx Educational Scholarship Awards are:

  • Catherine Barton, Virginia Beach, VA
  • Kelsey Kuehner, Grove City, OH
  • Ethan Maurice, Phoenix, AZ
  • Marwa Soliman, Buffalo, NY

 Established in 2004, the BioRx Educational Scholarships are intended for anyone in the country living with a bleeding disorder, including caregivers of children affected with bleeding disorders, a person who has been diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, or a sibling of a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder.  Each year, four individuals are selected to receive a $2,000 scholarship toward their education.  While the scholarships are available to anyone with a bleeding disorder, preference is given to applicants who are working toward completing coursework in a healthcare related field at accredited colleges or certified training programs.
Catherine will attend Christopher Newport University, majoring in Pre-Pharmacy, and Kelsey is pursuing a Nursing degree at Wright State University.  Ethan is a student at Northern Arizona University, majoring in Exercise Science or Geology, and Marwa is studying Nursing at Trocare College.
For more information on the BioRx Educational Scholarships or to obtain an application for the 2011 scholarships, please contact Chris Barnes at Biorx, or 919.749.3196, or visit the BioRx website at
About BioRx
Based in Cincinnati Ohio, BioRx is a national pharmacy specializing in highly customized care for the bleeding disorders community.  As one of the nation’s fastest growing providers of hemophilia clotting factors and other specialty pharmaceuticals the company’s clinical staff reaches patients and physicians in 50 states.  To learn more about BioRx and its products and services visit
About Hemophilia of North Carolina
Hemophilia of North Carolina is a non-profit organization whose goal is to assist, involve and educate persons affected by bleeding disorders and to educate the medical community and the public about bleeding disorders.  Hemophilia of North Carolina was formed in the 1970s by a diverse group of parents, patients, spouses, health care professionals and others with an interest in promoting awareness, providing support and disseminating information to the community. Today HNC has over 400 members and provides services and support to all persons with bleeding disorders.
Press Contact:  Judith Cline, 513/382-5409; email