Tagged: Department of Clinical Pharmacy

COSA Winter Auction

Wed Feb 20, 2019 - 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Stacy Polos, MPH

Clinical Research Coordinator

As a Clinical Research Coordinator for the Women’s Interagency HIV Study, I interview participants and collect data for the WIHS Core study. I also coordinate associated sub-studies including: FibroScan, Lung Function studies, Tissue collection to explore HIV viral reservoir, and an HCV treatment study.

Jennifer Quinonez

Clinical Research Coordinator

As a Clinical Research Coordinator for the Women's Interagency HIV Study, I conduct interviews and collect data for the Core research study. I am also the Community Advisory Board Coordinator where I organize participant meetings and the annual participant appreciation party.

Shanthi Noriega Minichiello, MPH, MBA

Program Manager

My role as Program Manager is to assure the effective administration of the Medication Outcomes Center (MOC). This includes strategic planning and implementation, identifying viable options for financial sustainability and monitoring these, as well as overall management and coordination of the Center’s portfolio of projects and initiatives to support the Center’s strategic goals, mission, and vision.

Mark Bridge, MS

Informatics Analyst

As the Informatics Analyst at the Medication Outcomes Center, my primary duties are to integrate, manage, and make data safely available for evidence-based medication decision support work. This involves the application of advanced computational and statistical methods to operate on, map and prepare pharmaceutical utilization, cost and outcomes, drug safety and health services data, to inform decisions and validate those decisions effectively and efficiently to advance health care delivery.

Clinard, Tran, and Thompson-Quan discuss beneficial collaboration between School of Pharmacy and Medical Center

Valerie Clinard, PharmD, Judie Tran, PharmD, and Ashley Thompson-Quan, PharmD, recently collaborated in writing an article for the Journal of Pharmacy Practice about the implementation of a large-scale coordinated introductory pharmacy practice experience (IPPE) program at UCSF.

Vogt discusses patient safety efforts

Eleanor Vogt, PhD, RPh, is interviewed in the Journal of Health Affairs about the role of the pharmacist in patient safety efforts.

Julia Thomas, BS

Nurse Practitioner

As a Nurse Practitioner, I perform physical and gynecological exams including colposcopy for the Women's Interagency HIV Study.

School of Pharmacy emeriti Kollman, Kuntz, and Langridge honored with UCSF Medal

Drug discovery today begins with computation rather than test tube experimentation. Three School of Pharmacy faculty emeriti, Robert Langridge, Irwin “Tack” Kuntz, and the late Peter Kollman, were awarded the UCSF Medal for creating computational tools for drug discovery that are now used worldwide.

Marisol Guerra

Program Assistant

As the Program Assistant for the APPE (Advance Pharmacy Practice Experiences) program for the Los Angeles/Orange County area, my primary responsibilities are to coordinate APPE availability for our sites, track rotations and schedules for students, liaise with hospitals, ensure all APPE materials are updated in our Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE) webpage, and track evaluations in E*Value. In addition, I support the Volunteer Faculty program in processing new appointments, renewals, and promotions.