Working with Don Downing, Jeff Rochon and many others, we were able to show the benefits to patients that come from having pharmacists as providers.” Now the team travels the U.S. sharing with providers and legislators how Washington led the way in advancing patient care by establishing pharmacists as full members of the health care team. Faculty / Staff Handbook. He was a visionary in his practice and keen to find opportunities to help his community while also being a successful pharmacy owner. Jobs; Why work at UW? ... University of Washington • School of Medicine. He began his pharmacy career working at Bartell Drug and later worked in several independent pharmacies, including Henderson’s Pharmacy in downtown Seattle. They owned and operated Poulsbo Drug for over three decades and enjoyed providing the essential service of compounding to their community. As a student, he co-founded and was the first president of the Unified Professional Pharmacy Organizations of Washington (UPPOW) — the UW’s student pharmacy organization that is now nationally recognized. “I continue to be inspired by all of them.”. After retiring in 1968, Jack worked at NASA, General Dynamics (in Belgium), and Georgetown University, where he taught at the business school and founded the school’s summer program at Oxford University. She has served as a preceptor to students for over 10 years and recently won the 2018 APPE Preceptor Award. He is a member of the AMCP Format Executive Committee, the ISPOR North American HTA Roundtable, HTA Council Working Group – Challenges in the Use of HTA in Pluralistic Healthcare Systems and the Precision Medicine SIG. Prior to joining the board of pharmacy, Susan served for 23 years as Vice President and Director, Pharmacy Services, MultiCare Health System, Tacoma, a five-hospital community-based health system in Washington state from 1987 to 2009. Here I worked on discovering new medicine and along the way advancing the ADME science. Encouraged by former Dean Sid Nelson, she did a post doc at NIH. Donna also served as a Campaign Co-Chair during the 2000-2008 capital campaign, helping to ensure future support for faculty and pharmacy students. Joe’s skills are extensive, ranging from Disease Management, Physician Relations, Hospital and Pharmacy Automation to Hospital Operations, and Pharmacy Services. She spent 20 years in pharma/biotech industry. 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. People were number one to Don in his career, whether it was his family, staff or community. The third, Jordyn (14), hopes to become a professional dance instructor. She is on the Board of Visitors for the University of Wisconsin SOP, the External Advisory Board of the University of Kentucky SOP and St Louis COP President’s Advisory Council. As the Associate Dean, Dr. Odegard devotes much of her leadership to advancing pharmacy education and the practice of pharmacy, and to inspiring students in the importance of their role in health care. Her service to the College also includes extensive grant writing experience in addition to coordinating the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Peer Mentoring Program and managing the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation grant. In December 1941, there were 450 Nikkei students enrolled at the UW, including Nibs and Mary. He was also an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality/UW K12 Patient Centered Outcomes Research Scholar, an ARCS Foundation Scholar, and was selected as a Distinguished Alumnus of the UW School of Pharmacy. She rose through the academic ranks at UM to Professor of Pharmaceutics. After graduating from the School of Pharmacy, James interned at Bartell Drugs, and then opened a discount drugstore inside House of Values, becoming a partner in the business two years later. Bill was an outstanding, encouraging mentor to 22 graduate students and 12 postdoctoral fellows. Raimund Peter completed his postdoc work in Sid Nelson’s Lab in the department of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy in 1992. Ph.D. Pharmaceutics, 1952. He was responsible for pharmacy programs, care management, disease management and vendor contracting. He has serves as the faculty advisor for the Rho Chi Honor Society and he never misses a graduation ceremony. Dr. Hall was also awarded the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1980 to celebrate the impact of his career on the profession of Pharmacy. 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. Many of us grew up with an image of our friendly pharmacist simply filling prescriptions, but in reality pharmacists can do so much more. Dr. Thummel has devoted personal time and funds to help students from underprivileged communities attend conferences, help them transition to Seattle, and even help them get their tuition and billing figured out. He has published over 50 articles, abstracts and chapters in books. He received a PRAT Fellowship from the NIH and worked as a Staff Fellow and Senior Staff Fellow in the areas of drug metabolism and enzymology. Her areas of expertise include drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenomics, drug-drug interactions, ocular and oncology drug development and patient-centric clinical trial design. degree in absentia, however he went on to earn his Master’s and Ph.D degree in 1951. He has given 343 presentations at national and international meetings and has over 100 patents and patent applications. Dean Sid Nelson was one of his first graduate students, and found him to have a quick wit and to be one of the most insightful and enthusiastic scientists he had ever met. She is one of three consulting pharmacists in an innovative, non-dispensing practice that serves retirement communities. He is chair of the editorial panel on Law, Medicine and Ethics of the Annals of Pharmacotherapy, and serves on the editorial boards of JAPhA and American Health & Drug Benefits. He enlisted to serve with the 442nd Infantry Regiment. George was an avid Husky Football fan and a supporter of local organizations such as the Rainier Club, Seattle Golf and Country Club, the Scottish Rite Temple and the Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Other studies have been made to try and obtain approval. Given the changing needs of pharmacists to provide patient-centered care, she returned to the UW for a PhD in speech communication. After that fellowship, he returned to the UW School of Pharmacy to serve as a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of then-Professor of Medicinal Chemistry (and now School of Pharmacy Dean) Thomas Baillie. She worked on a faculty research project and found she loved thinking about scientific problems, how to analyze them, and how to test hypotheses. While at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, he was a member of the National Council of Physician and Pharmacist Executives, served as Chair of the Pharmacist Work Group and received the Best of Blues Award. Thereafter until present time she has led a group at Genomics Institute of Novartis Research Foundation (GNF), supporting in vitro and in vivo preclinical DMPK and PK/PD studies in a variety of discovery and development programs in oncology, immunology, infectious and metabolic diseases. They created the Claire G. and Lars A. Hennum Endowed Scholarship for Pharmacy Leadership to support students who take an active role in leading the profession of pharmacy. She has been a member since PAA’s founding in 1981. He also owned Woodinville Medical Center Pharmacy, a pharmacy he opened in 1991, prior to selling the pharmacy to fellow SOP alumnus, Steve Singer. Lars orchestrated many key relationships between the School of Pharmacy and the state legislature over the years that have helped the School, our faculty and our students. After a short tenure at Thompson Drug in Bellevue, Richard discovered his entrepreneurial passion and started the first of many business ventures, Geriatric Health Corporation (Gerihco). His long life included 31 years in the Army, where he reached the rank of Brigadier General. UW Health pharmacy technicians regularly work with an interdisciplinary health care team on behalf of the patient. He has taught at the WSPA New Drugs, New Laws conference every year since 2005, a program that was co-sponsored by the UWSOP until 2009. 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. We need mentors who can provide support, and guide us through the system, particularly to find funding. Hope took what she learned as a scientist (persistence, thoroughness) and as a world-class athlete (focus, teamwork), and she added to them her own fierce independence and integrity. In 2004, he was named WSPA’s Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year. Dr. Zimmerman retired from the UM in 2016 as Professor Emeritus. 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. “From the moment I was accepted to the UWSOP, I knew I was part of something special,” he said. 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. What’s more, Rochon regularly attends and volunteers at UW PharmD student fundraisers and other outreach activities to support the next generation of pharmacists. Give to the Bill Trager Drug Metabolism Endowed Fellowship Fund. 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. Ted worked at Harborview and was the first director of pharmacy at UWMC, where he helped lay the foundation for clinical pharmacy practice as we know it today. As central Washington’s major medical provider, Confluence Health has faced the rising opioid-addiction statistics in rural communities and is making a difference. Mitch is the Vice President of US Health Economics & Outcomes Research at Bristol-Myers Squibb. We offer an innovative undergraduate pharmacy curriculum that integrates foundational knowledge in the biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences with In 1972, Bill was recruited back to the UW School of Pharmacy to be a professor of medicinal chemistry. Working with Don Downing, Jeff Rochon and many others, we were able to show the benefits to patients that come from having pharmacists as providers.” Now the team travels the U.S. sharing with providers and legislators how Washington led the way in advancing patient care by establishing pharmacists as full members of the health care team. Ultimately, it is a true privilege to be part of the UW alumni family. Tim Lynch fell into a career in pharmacy by accident. in chemistry from Jackson State University and her Ph.D. in pharmacology from Vanderbilt University. Our philosophy is to learn in a classroom environment, practice through simulated labs and … Currently Ryan serves as member of the Virginia Mason Board of Governors, UW School of Pharmacy Executive Advisory Council and co-chair of the UW School of Pharmacy’s Capital Campaign. Prior to her current work at Kelley-Ross Pharmacy, she completed her pharmacy practice residency at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, and has worked at Overlake Senior Care Center in Bellevue, Washington. “I definitely do miss practicing, but I like thinking about the system broadly.” The BBCIC is the only multi-stakeholder research network dedicated to monitoring biosimilars, and draws on large sets of de-identified medical and pharmacy data (100 million lives). Continuing-education credits are made available to qualified practitioners through the Washington State Pharmacy Association. She has been awarded the Alumni Award/Alumni Honor Roll, Rho Chi Academic Honor Society (2018); Junior Investigator Award, American College of Clinical Pharmacy Research Institute Futures Grants (2016); University of Washington Retirement Association Fellowship in Aging (2016); Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society (2012); Rho Chi Academic Honor Society (2012). Kate is excited to continue her work in the changing and evolving career of pharmacy. B.S. One of the most rewarding aspects of Nanci’s career has been working with students and their inspiring, ground-breaking projects (many national recognized), advancing the care of our patients and the community-at-large. It was perhaps inevitable that he would return to UW since he has more family ties to pharmacy and UW SOP than anyone before or after. Maria Orosa is known for being a food technologist, pharmaceutical chemist, humanitarian and war heroine, but did you know she is also a UW School of Pharmacy Alumni! He also was the principal investigator for nearly 20 years of a National Institutes of Health Program Project Grant for investigating drug interactions. His responsibilities included health technology assessment, formulary process development, formulary reviews, and medical policy review and providing drug information support to medical and case management staff. Thai was appointed PTA president, earning an advocacy award from the state PTA, and was elected to the Bellevue School District school board in 2013. I graduated and joined Pfizer for several years before coming to Genentech about 20 years ago. 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. ), and the UIC (M.B.A., and Ph.D.). She held pharmacy licenses for 50 years in OR, WA and ND. Nanci has presented at over 35 national meetings and forums, (e.g., APhA, ACCP, AACP, Collaborating Across Borders) on topics such as, leadership development, practice transformation, and curricular innovations in both pharmacy and interprofessional education/collaborative practice. She looks forward to the next chapter of her post-retirement career contributing to an international work force group focused on interprofessional education and collaborative practice. Running, playing with her whippets, wine and backpacking all rejuvenate her to tackle what’s next. To date, he has more than 180 peer-reviewed publications and continues to collaborate with many of the scientists that he has trained over the years. Joseph’s main research interest is improving access to safe and cost-effective diagnostic technologies, medicines, and healthcare delivery platforms in low-income countries. Pharmacy, 1997 In 2008, he returned full-time to his research and teaching activities in the School’s Department of Medicinal Chemistry. He is board certified in pharmacotherapy, and has a PharmD, also from the University of Washington. in Neurobiology and in 2008, with a Pharm.D. But he doesn’t stop there. Businesses were lost…including Main Pharmacy. Hope rowed on the 1980 and 1984 U.S. Olympic rowing teams. Susan was Executive Director, Washington State Board of Pharmacy, from 2009 to 2012. In 2019, The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the induction of Dr. Mathias, to its College of Fellows. Tim is the fourth member of the UW School of Pharmacy B.S. His extensive published works include two co-edited books, Drug Metabolism in Drug Design and Development and Mass Spectrometry in Drug Metabolism and Disposition. in Pharmacy and spent a year practicing pharmacy at the University Hospitals in Madison. There are so many demands for your time, but by connecting with others inside and outside the profession, you find new opportunities and ways to expand your influence.”. George was nothing short of a passionate person, known throughout his life for his caring nature. In honor of the lift and legacy of Sid Nelson, alumni and friends of the beloved Dean Emeritus created the Sid Nelson Endowed Professorship in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry. Based on his experience implementing systems, Richard was hired to direct the development of the first Medical Management Information System for the State of Washington. He is an avid alpine skier, cyclist, fly fisherman and has completed 38 Ironman triathlons. in pharmacy. He holds the position of Clinical Professor at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy and was a course master for the endocrine pharmacotherapy course in the External Doctor of Pharmacy program. She has made numerous poster and platform presentations on geriatric care and other topics, published on geriatric and teaching topics, and has served as a pharmacy consultant to long-term care facilities and a home health-hospice agency. Kathy earned her BSPharm and PharmD at UW and went on to work as a clinical pharmacist at Group Health and the VA in Palo Alto, and later recently got her dream job researching drug-drug interactions at First Databank. Ken moved to the Philadelphia area in 2004 and worked as a Director and Distinguished Senior Investigator in Drug Metabolism at Merck. As physicians left the area and drug reimbursements continued to dwindle, Dave closed Fife Pharmacy in 2010 after 25 years. Dean Forest “Foley” Goodrich led the UW School of Pharmacy from 1939 to 1956. UWSOP and University of Minnesota researchers are the first to use That is where his interest in drug metabolism — which would be the focus of his life’s research — began. They married in 1974 and they have five children. A graduate of the University of Washington School of Pharmacy, Class of 2005, Lara currently works as the Supervisor of Clinical Pharmacy Services and Prescription Renewal Service at the Polyclinic in Seattle. degree. In 1975, Don helped to start up the Puyallup Tribal Health Authority clinic in Tacoma, Washington and continued there until 1985. The Kvams believe it is important to help others and want to ensure that generations of UW pharmacy students have the opportunity to benefit from specialized training in compounding. His expertise has grown to encompass in vitro and in vivo drug metabolism, drug interactions, transporters, translational research, PK-PD and PB-PK modeling. He is currently president and founder of the Michigan Baseball Foundation, a nonprofit minor league baseball franchise in Midland, Michigan, whose proceeds support area businesses and community revitalization. He holds three patents including, Nitroglycerin Carriers and Bandages, powder syringe mixing system and bulk Lyophilization of Pharmaceuticals. Precision medicine research has broad utility across many therapeutic areas, with our primary focus on medications for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases and cancer. You have to make your own plan with your adviser, and you are responsible to get it done.”. Ph.D. Steve received his pharmacy degree from the University of Bath and his PhD in pharmacokinetics from the University of Manchester. In the early 1980s, Casey and his family planted the founding blocks of their future winery, 21 acres of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. She encouraged him to get involved in the Washington State Pharmacy Association (WSPA) and national pharmacy associations. Alice quickly became known for her knowledge and talent in chemistry. She graduated in 1914 with a degree in pharmaceutical chemistry and a B.S. Lars passed away in April of 2013. Throughout his career Warren has kept a strong connection to the School. It feels like home. At his office door, there is often a junior faculty member looking for advice on grant writing or lab management, or just some encouragement and humorous perspective. In his second year at Kindred, he was instrumental in developing one of the first antibiotic stewardship programs in the state and also received the director of the year award from over 50 hospitals nationwide. MS 2010 - University of Wisconsin - Madison Clinical interests: Treatment of sleep disorders and management of hypertension and cardiovascular disease. Dr. Endres has published over 10 papers on drug metabolism and nucleoside transporters. I was fortunate to find faculty mentors like Drs. 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. He and his family have lived in Shepherd since 1991. He studied dopamine and norepinephrine analogs with Drs. He joined the University of Arizona in 1975 as associate professor in the Department of Pharmacology. To keep pace with the rapid changes in the field, the faculty began planning a new five-year curriculum. Among these changes were new Pharmacist licensing laws in Washington State that required George to become licensed. Dr. Schumock’s scholarly efforts focus on the economic impact, clinical effectiveness, and safety of pharmaceuticals and related services or policies. In 1980 he earned his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. Alice was born in Seattle in 1892. Joan Douget touched many lives during her time at the School. 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