UCSF

Trang Trinh, PharmD, MPH

Assistant Professor
Trinh
Phone: +1 415 885-3817
Fax: +1 415 476-6632
533 Parnassus Avenue, Rm 12D
UCSF Box 0622
San Francisco, CA 94143
United States

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Faculty Member, Medication Outcomes Center

What I do

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy's Medication Outcomes Center. Currently, my research focuses on comparative pharmacoepidemiology of treating multidrug-resistant bacterial infections. My interests are infectious disease study methodologies and leadership/change management to innovate effective antimicrobial stewardship and prescribing strategies in the outpatient setting.

In addition to research focus, I teach epidemiology, study design, and infectious disease pharmacotherapy in the School of Pharmacy curriculum. I precept and mentor pharmacy students and residents on infectious diseases research and quality improvement projects.

Departmental research area

My research expertise

infectious disease epidemiology, risk factors and outcomes of drug-resistant bacterial infections, comparative effectiveness research

Clinical expertise

infectious diseases, antimicrobial stewardship

Degrees

MPH, Wayne State University
Infectious Diseases Outcomes Research Fellowship, Wayne State University
PGY2, Infectious Diseases, University of Florida Health – Shands Hospital
PGY1, Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Florida Health – Shands Hospital
PharmD, University of Maryland
BS, Biology, University of Florida

Biography

Trang Trinh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy's Medication Outcomes Center. Currently, her research focuses on comparative pharmacoepidemiology of treating multidrug-resistant bacterial infections. Dr. Trinh is especially interested in infectious disease study methodologies and leadership/change management to innovate effective antimicrobial stewardship and prescribing strategies in the outpatient setting.

In addition to her research focus, Dr. Trinh also teaches epidemiology, study design, and infectious disease pharmacotherapy in the School of Pharmacy curriculum. She precepts and mentors pharmacy students and residents on infectious diseases research and quality improvement projects.