Dean’s Apple Teaching Awards for spring 2021

Faculty and student instructors in the UCSF School of Pharmacy have shown remarkable adaptability, creativity, and commitment to training the next generation of doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) graduates. During an ongoing pandemic, instruction within the PharmD program continued uninterrupted, with students continuing to perform at the highest level thanks to these educators.

We are proud to announce the Dean’s Apple Teaching Awards for the spring 2021 academic quarter, given to instructors who earned an average of 4.5 out of 5 or higher from student evaluations.

  • Amiee Alden
  • Dorie Apollonio
  • Francesca Aweeka
  • Mandy Brown
  • Eugene Burbige
  • Tram Cat
  • Mari A. Cayabyab
  • James Chan
  • Matthew Chang
  • Xin Chen
  • Aileen Chi
  • Valerie Clinard
  • Jennifer Cocohoba
  • Robin Corelli
  • Cathi Dennehy
  • Taylor Devens
  • Adele Feng
  • John Flaherty
  • Leslie Floren
  • Tiffany K. Glocke
  • Allyson Gross
  • Adam Hamad
  • Zachary Hearns
  • Stephanie Hsia
  • Nancy Hung
  • Donald Kishi
  • Marieke Kruidering
  • Robyn Kurland
  • Jose Lazo
  • Thu Le
  • Allison Lee
  • Kirby Lee
  • Andrew Leeds
  • Thomas H. Leung
  • Fanny Li
  • Conan MacDougall
  • Kathryn Meier
  • Kyle R. Merchant
  • Susan Miller
  • Ashley Mishoe
  • Kathryn Musumeci
  • Neda Noori Nassr
  • Nicole Nguyen
  • Tran Nguyen
  • Madeleine Norris
  • Damian Peterson
  • Johnny Rau
  • Jon Rey
  • Jaekyu Shin
  • Stephanie Sin
  • Marilyn Stebbins
  • Tristan Storm
  • Michael Tozzi
  • Judie Tran
  • Trang Trinh
  • Candy Tsourounis
  • Rupa Tuan
  • Cynthia Valle-Oseguera
  • Meghan Whalen
  • Joanne Whitney
  • Shirley Wong
  • Katherine Yep
  • Gabriela Young
  • Jina Yun
  • Evan J. Zasowski
  • Crystal Zhou


School of Pharmacy, PharmD Degree Program

About the School: The UCSF School of Pharmacy aims to solve the most pressing health care problems and strives to ensure that each patient receives the safest, most effective treatments. Our discoveries seed the development of novel therapies, and our researchers consistently lead the nation in NIH funding. The School’s doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) degree program, with its unique emphasis on scientific thinking, prepares students to be critical thinkers and leaders in their field.