Her research focuses on topological applications of Heegaard Floer homology and Khovanov homology. Rochon’s long list of academic presentations covers topics including community health screenings and payment for pharmacy care services. I have seen the young faculty members become seasoned mentors to many. He and his wife, Caryl, recently created a fund that supports graduate students in medicinal chemistry, and his former graduate students and friends created the Drug Metabolism Endowed Graduate Fellowship in his honor. When Dean Charles Johnson stepped down in 1939, Dean Goodrich inherited the School, which at the time was well regarded and administratively stable. Doug’s true passion is teaching and in 2007, Doug was the recipient of the UW School of Pharmacy’s Distinguished Teaching Award. Alice was born in Seattle in 1892. Throughout his career in industry, Mark has contributed to 38 peer reviewed manuscripts and 4 book chapters. She is a dedicated advisor to UPPOW, a member of the Pharmacy Alumni Association Board, and recipient of the 2011 UW School of Pharmacy Outstanding Service Award. From 1995 to 2013 Al was employed by McKesson Corporation. He was internationally renowned for his work on warfarin metabolism and mechanisms of warfarin drug interactions. Dr. Fassett holds appointments as adjunct professor at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy, and at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, where he teaches a graduate course in ethics in the UF’s masters program in pharmacy regulatory affairs. “The faculty challenged us to be innovative and push a progressive practice. ▪ At the PCMI Graduate Summer School in July 2019, I served as a teaching assistant for Jen Hom's course on Heegaard Floer homology. It was at UW that I really started my passion for advancing the practice.” He has collaborated with UW faculty and WSPA leadership for years to educate Washington state legislators on the benefits of having pharmacists as paid providers. In addition to his many local roles as a departmental chair, pre-eminent researcher and mentor, he has recently been elected to the presidency of American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), an international 4,800 member scientific society whose members conduct basic and clinical pharmacological research in academia, industry and the government. She was re-elected to a second term in 2017 and was appointed as the board president. Lett. BBCIC was convened by the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) in 2015 to address anticipated needs for post-market surveillance of biosimilars and their corresponding novel biologics. The fact that all the children and grandchildren live within a thirty-mile radius in Memphis, Tennessee is a blessing. With support from the Confluence Health Foundation, Confluence Health installed eight prescription-medication take-back boxes in locations from Wenatchee and the Columbia Basin to locations near the Canadian border, and received nearly 1,600 pounds of unneeded medications in rural areas previously lacking disposal options. Give to support future Husky Pharmacists in honor of George here. Dr. Greg Slatter has over 25 years of industry experience in DMPK and clinical pharmacology aspects of drug discovery & development. “Talking with him about his work helped me to see the potential impact pharmacists could have when they can be patient-focused.” In his position at Virginia Mason Medical Center, Roger provides leadership for a broad scope of pharmaceutical services within the Center’s integrated health care system. “Don exemplifies the meaning of teaching by example and is a major contributor to the professional development of our pharmacy graduates…. It was at UW that I really started my passion for advancing the practice.” He has collaborated with UW faculty and WSPA leadership for years to educate Washington state legislators on the benefits of having pharmacists as paid providers. She has coauthored more than 95 publications as original research articles, reviews, editorials, and book chapters. Ping obtained his BS in Pharmacy from Beijing Medical University in China in 1994, and his PhD in Pharmaceutics from University of Washington in Seattle, WA, USA in 2002. Her physician father who had emigrated from India, encouraged her to pursue pharmacy as a career. Bill Fasset is well respected, referenced and relied upon both with in Washington and nationally for his knowledge of pharmacy law. AS Corporate VP of Product Development Al contributed to the design and building of two Automated Dispensing devices as well as a number of analytical engines designed to manage process and the pharmaceutical supply chain. Roger Woolf, ’85, is passionate about the leadership role pharmacists can have in the U.S. health care system. and Jim made to the profession of pharmacy. (Spring 2019) Dick is always personable and available to his customers, talking to each to see how he could help. 2015 marked a new era in pharmacy practice with the change in Washington state legislation. watch me lose my mind over history and have mini mukbangs. studies at the UW, Will worked extensively with several university spin-outs to help them launch. Pharmacy, 1974Ph.D. In 2009 the Katterman family created the annual Don B. Katterman Memorial Lecture. Give to support Joy and Elmer’s Scholarship Fund here. In less than a year, Alice was able to isolate the active ingredients in chaulmoogra oil — a discovery that brought relief to many people until sulfa antibiotics came into use in the 1940s. Further, Singer has devoted much of his professional life to helping underserved populations. in pharmacy, he got his Ph.D. in pharmacology from the UW School of Medicine in 1969. If we are to continue to advance the practice, we need people who can lead with passion, and not be afraid to try new and innovative ways for pharmacists to impact patient care.” He has maintained his connection with the UWSOP since completing his PharmD degree in 1985. MIT. As a Navajo scientist trained in genomics, UWSOP post doctoral researcher Katrina Claw is on a two-fold mission to make a difference: As a scientist, she seeks to understand the role genetics play in Vitamin D insufficiency in Alaskan Native populations. He is adjunct faculty at the University of Washington, Washington State University, and Idaho State University. His drug metabolism research ranges from CYP phenotying and inhibition, to metabolic soft spot screening and profiling of radiolabeled drug metabolites. He obtained his B.S. 2nd Annual WISC Graduate Research Symposium. Topol. School of Pharmacy’s Department of Medicinal Chemistry. I am currently supported by NSF grant DMS-2104309. B.S. Give to support future Husky Pharmacists in honor of Lynn and Geraldine here. He has also worked on radiation mitigators, anti-inflammatory drugs and drugs for the treatment of brain cancer and molecules in these areas have been licensed by RXbio. There was a real sense of community and this stemmed from the respect that existed among the faculties. He decided to apply for a residency, which ultimately led to a career in health system pharmacy. Res. Dr. Reed has 20 years of experience leading multidisciplinary health outcomes research studies. She is currently an associate editor for the journals Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics and Drug Metabolism and Disposition. ▪ Braids, fibered knots, and concordance questions In partnership with the WSPA and PATH, Tim recruited 50 pharmacies in Washington to pilot the U.S. movement for pharmacists to prescribe emergency contraceptive pills. For more than 25 years, Bellegrove Medical has been a resource for cruise ships, commercial vessels and remote locations. Mitch is the Vice President of US Health Economics & Outcomes Research at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Dr. Reed earned pharmacy and doctoral degrees from the University of Maryland and completed her training in the Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program at the University of Washington. Bill was an outstanding, encouraging mentor to 22 graduate students and 12 postdoctoral fellows. And he provided his expertise during the creation of the Institute for Innovative Pharmacy Practice. He was proud of his service preparing for possible Nazi invasion of Latin America during World War II, and helping to train the Brazilian Expeditionary Force that fought in Italy, although he wrote later, “War is no damn good for either side. She has graduated 12 Ph.D. students and 5 M.S. She was board-certified as a pharmacotherapy specialist in 1993. Currently, a community pharmacist, Barbara has had the opportunity to provide a variety of pharmacy services as a Certified Diabetes educator, an anticoagulation therapy management provider, a family practice clinic pharmacist and a pharmacy manager. in 2020, Barbara’s daughter, Marissa, graduated with a PharmD from the UW School of Pharmacy. She is currently the Director of Clinical Services at Kelley-Ross Pharmacy in Seattle, Washington. She was a government-sponsored scholar at the UW where she earned a bachelors and a masters degree in pharmaceutical chemistry and food chemistry in 1921. One dean went to Puyallup to hold an informal graduation ceremony for the Nikkei students who were just one month from commencement. Linh Dao. Douglas Black is a Professor at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. B.S. Maria moved from the Philippines to the United States at the age of 23. She has won three awards for innovative teaching, served in a series of elective offices for the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, continues to precept pharmacy clerkship students, and is a founding board member for the Center for Chronic Illness. The award underscored the essential and important work developing a comprehensive and coordinated program addressing the prescription drug abuse epidemic in our communities and Central Washington. After graduation, she completed a pharmacy practice residency at Swedish Medical Center and then began working for Kelley-Ross Pharmacy as the clinical services manager. Ken moved to the Philadelphia area in 2004 and worked as a Director and Distinguished Senior Investigator in Drug Metabolism at Merck. Ken joined Camitro Corporation as Vice President of Research in 1998. LÆ°Æ¡ng Minh. Being too ahead of his time, this for credit externship program did not became a formal requirement in the School of Pharmacy’s curriculum until the 1990’s, thanks in large part to Dr. Hall’s vision. He was also recognized by Puget Sound Business Insider as a 40 under 40 for 2019. I'm interested in low-dimensional topology. Don Downing has devoted his career as a professor and practitioner to moving the profession of pharmacy forward. Throughout her career she received numerous honors and awards. Her most recent project is implementing a pharmacist managed hepatitis C treatment clinic for people who inject drugs in a community pharmacy setting. “I enjoy the challenges and opportunities of balancing a wonderful career, a great family, and community involvement” explains Hall. She received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at Oregon State University, earned her PhD in pharmaceutics at the University of Washington, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in clinical pharmacology at the University of Michigan. Although it maybe a dated reference now, but there was a sense of us taking on the new frontiers of science on USS Enterprise (where no scientists had gone before!). Ed Wong was formerly Vice President of Pharmacy and Clinical Programs at Premera Blue Cross. He can often be found in his office working late into the night in order to accomplish all of the extra-curricular tasks on his list while always maintaining a sense of humor and humility. When she passed away in 2003, Joan requested that a scholarship fund be established in her name to support future students at the School, especially students facing health issues, disabilities or have children. Will earned his PhD from the CHOICE Institute in 2016. After returning to the UW, he soon set himself apart from his peers by developing innovative approaches to teaching, particularly in dispensing pharmacy. Not only does this professorship create a permanent legacy for Sid’s unparalleled teaching and mentorship, but it also ensures that the caliber of research Sid established will continue and be advanced into the future. He completed a combined MPH degree in Pharmacy and Health Services at the University of Washington (1993) with a residency at Group Health Cooperative, where he later worked as a clinical and drug information pharmacist. She has expertise in preclinical drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics (DMPK), pharmacology and PK/PD, and worked in discovery and development at Pfizer Global Research and Development (PGRD) in La Jolla, California (1996 to 2002). After successfully delivering the system on time and on budget he was hired to be Medicaid Director for the State of Washington, managing a $10 billion program in 2019 dollars. I chose UW School of Pharmacy to stay connected to my family history. Kate has fostered a strong passion for teaching from early on, and particularly enjoys showing a new generation of pharmacists how rewarding it is to take care of patients. To show his gratitude, Wilson led the creation of the first ever class sponsored scholarship endowment. Doug has provided pharmacy consultation to the UW General Infectious Disease service for almost 30 years, instructing hundreds of pharmacy students and residents on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of antimicrobial agents and collaborating with infectious disease physicians on multiple projects involving antibiotic resistance and the pharmacokinetics of drug interactions. Joseph’s main research interest is improving access to safe and cost-effective diagnostic technologies, medicines, and healthcare delivery platforms in low-income countries. Barbara Tolliver-Craig graduated from the UW School of Pharmacy in 1987. Jackson’s research program has been supported by funding from the NIH National Cancer Institute Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. From founding the Walk for Rice, a fundraising walk to support the Asian Counseling and Referral Service food bank, to donating his expertise to the Rainier Vista Clinic Pharmacy where he sourced low-cost drugs for in-need communities, Herbert was always dedicated to his community. Kathlyn McDonough, ‘80, ‘93, and her husband Dennis Yamamoto have generously established support for UWSOP students and research. Ann K Wittkowsky PharmD, CACP, FASHP, FCCP is a graduate of the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy (BS Pharm 1983) and the University of Washington School of Pharmacy (PharmD 1988). Through the store’s move from Kenmore to Bothell, Dick and his employees remained steadfast in their commitment to the Puget Sound Community. In the past, some Native communities lost trust in researchers who used tissue samples and data without permission. Many didn’t return. Dr. Lin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics. Pharmacy 1914. 238.1k Followers, 223 Following, 459 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from â linh truong (she/her/hers) (@withlovelinh) She was energized and rewarded by her work with patients and new students. As a knowledgeable pharmacist, Bain transferred out of the camp. While there, he joined the Washington School of Pharmacy faculty and later opened the first pharmacy in Bonney Lake and a community pharmacy in Federal Way. He worked at the University of Michigan Hospital as a pharmacist until he could afford to move his family to safety in Michigan, where they lived out the war. She was a remarkable student and was made a member of Rho Chi, an honor she received in absentia in 1942. Jim L. Bracken, followed in his father’s footsteps, graduating from UWSOP in 1945 and then joining his father’s pharmacy business. “Talking with him about his work helped me to see the potential impact pharmacists could have when they can be patient-focused.” In his position at Virginia Mason Medical Center, Roger provides leadership for a broad scope of pharmaceutical services within the Center’s integrated health care system. Donna also served as a Campaign Co-Chair during the 2000-2008 capital campaign, helping to ensure future support for faculty and pharmacy students. Dave also served on the UWSOP Pharmacy Alumni Association Board (PAA) as President. Another aspect of Dr. Claw’s research is to actively engage with Native American partners, exploring their expectations for genomic medicine research. She also served on the Washington State Pharmacy Association’s Board of Directors, the Board of Pharmacy’s Task Force on Practitioner Competency, the National Rho Chi Executive Council, the Phi Lambda Sigma National Executive Team as Regional Councilor, and the Deans’ Advisory Council for the National Community Pharmacists Association and the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists. He has published the textbook of Washington Pharmacy Law for years, a resource depended on by both UW and WSU graduates alike. “My thinking at the time was I would have a bigger impact if I did something public health-related — something at the system level, as opposed to seeing one patient at a time,” he said. Over the past three decades, the winery’s endeavors have continued to reflect an unwavering commitment to creating wines that showcase the distinctive terroir of Walla Walla Valley. ), and the UIC (M.B.A., and Ph.D.). As a man who was known for his sense of humor, collegial nature and keen intellect, it is hard to measure the impact he had on all those who worked with him and who had him as an adviser. Garnering a number of awards, John has been recognized as the recipient of the Faculty Research Award by the American Cancer Society; is the J. Ralph Meadows Chair in Carcinogenesis; was awarded The Margaret and James A. Elkins Jr. faculty Achievement Award in Cancer Prevention from the University of Texas at Austin; and was awarded the UW School of Pharmacy’s Distinguished Alumni Award in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research in 1998. The Doug Black Endowed Fund provides support to outstanding students in the School of Pharmacy, ensuring Dr. Black’s incredible teaching legacy and commitment to excellence lives on at the University of Washington. Linh (Leticia) has 4 jobs listed on their profile. L.D. View Linh Truongâs profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Ken’s involvement with junior scientists is legendary—at any given point in time, his laboratory team includes pharmacy students trying to decide on a path in life, pharmaceutics Ph.D. and M.S. PharmD Pharmacy, 1998. Roy Hammerlund joined the faculty in 1960 having served in a similar position at Washington State University. Al initiated, and managed the ASHP PGY1 and PGY2 Residency Programs, initiated centralized IV Additive Services with Nursing Teams, Home Infusion Services, Retail Pharmacy, LTC Pharmacy, Hospice and Ambulatory Oncology Services. Jim emphasized the role of pharmacist as a caring provider, not just a product dispenser. He also owned Woodinville Medical Center Pharmacy, a pharmacy he opened in 1991, prior to selling the pharmacy to fellow SOP alumnus, Steve Singer. Dr. Miller’s research interests include the design and synthesis of new drug molecules. She rose through the academic ranks at UM to Professor of Pharmaceutics. Helping students grow in knowledge, skill and confidence and watching so many go on to be outstanding pharmacists has been a pleasure and an honor for her. Among these changes were new Pharmacist licensing laws in Washington State that required George to become licensed. Previously, I was a member at the Institute for Advanced Study, a Ritt Assistant Professor at Columbia University, and an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University and at MIT. Dr. Fassett joined the WSU College of Pharmacy in July 1999 as Dean and Professor of Pharmacotherapy. He never tired of supporting others and encouraging them to be the best they could be. UW Medicinal Chemistry Department. Running, playing with her whippets, wine and backpacking all rejuvenate her to tackle what’s next. In 2008, the UW Board of Regents voted to issue 450 honorary degrees to the students who were pulled from the classroom and sent to camps and war. Dr. Vincent sought to support students who demonstrate strength in character and well-rounded interests. She has been named an ACCP Fellow, and previously honored for her work in quality improvement, patient safety, teaching, and excellence in clinical practice. kept the trademark and earned royalties on the sales—while continuing his vital pharmacy business in Seattle. She gives back to UWSOP because she is very thankful for the training and mentorship she received at the UW School of Pharmacy and UW Medicine where she worked as a Harborview intern and pharmacy resident. Medicinal Chemistry, 1978. In 1967, he joined the faculty of the University of California-San Francisco School of Pharmacy as an assistant professor of medicinal chemistry. Presented to the community by the UW School of Pharmacy and the Pharmacy Alumni Association, this lecture provides an avenue for pharmacy practitioners to stay abreast of important trends and issues in pharmacy. College membership honors those who have made outstanding contributions to “engineering and medicine research, practice, or education” and to “the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology, making major advancements in traditional fields of medical and biological engineering, or developing/implementing innovative approaches to bioengineering education.”. degree in Pharmacy at Kansas University in 1966, and his interest in research was stimulated by two professors at the University of Kansas, Dr. Ed Smissman and Dr. Matt Mertes. Klarissa Jackson, Ph.D. joined the faculty at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy as an assistant professor in the Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics in 2019.