UCSF

Tagged: Students, Pharmacy

Marilyn Stebbins, PharmD

Stebbins
Professor

My clinical work has focused on developing innovative pharmacy practice models in the physician group practice setting, primarily for underserved populations. My teaching has been in the areas of Medicare Part D, innovative practice models, health policy and leadership development. Since moving back to UCSF as the Vice Chair of Clinical Innovation my goal is to extend my clinical work to develop innovative team-based practice models in other ambulatory and community pharmacy settings. Presently, my research focus is in transitions of pharmacy care from the acute and post-acute setting back into the community with an emphasis on an accurate and portable medication list through these transitions of care.

Conan MacDougall, PharmD

MacDougall
Professor

I teach health profession trainees and practitioners about how to best use antibiotics, and I consult in the care of patients with complex infections. I study how clinicians and hospitals use antibiotics to help identify ways that antibiotics can be used most effectively while preserving their value for future generations.

Eleanor Vogt, PhD, RPh

Vogt
Professor

My focus is on evolving health policy issues affecting patient safety and pharmacy practice. I am particularly interested in introducing more humanistic elements in health professional education, such as compassion and empathy via affective learning and reflection.

Robin Corelli, PharmD

Corelli
Professor

I am a Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and a licensed practicing pharmacist. My research and practice efforts have been focused on the community pharmacist’s role as an advocate for positive health outcomes through disease prevention and treatment. This includes work in the areas of asthma, COPD, tobacco cessation, immunization delivery, and medication therapy management.

Mitra Assemi, PharmD

Assemi
Associate Dean and Professor

I am the Associate Dean for Assessment and Quality Improvement. In this role, I focus on quality assurance and quality improvement for the Doctor of Pharmacy degree program. I am also an Experiential Program Director for the School’s Fresno program, one of six sites in California where Doctor of Pharmacy students complete their experiential requirements. In this role, I am responsible for developing and delivering the courses and experiences students complete during their time in Fresno.

Cynthia Watchmaker, MBA, MEd

Watchmaker
Associate Dean

I lead the development and implementation of comprehensive student affairs programs and services for School of Pharmacy doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) students aimed at creating an environment that promotes student success. Through the Office of Student & Curricular Affairs, I provide leadership and management of student affairs and PharmD program administrative operations in the areas of outreach and recruitment, admissions, academic advising, student services, career and professional development, student wellbeing, and co-curricular activities. I serve as a resource on PharmD student issues for the faculty, and for campus and external partners. I lead the integration of professional success content into the PharmD curriculum, and I collaborate with students, faculty, and staff members to foster a positive learning environment for PharmD students.