Pharmacy Administration

Reza Karimi, PhD, RPh
Dean, School of Pharmacy
karimir@pacificu.edu
503-352-7276

The Dean is the chief administrative and academic officer of the School of Pharmacy and provides leadership to support conducive teaching, learning, and research endeavors at the School and assists faculty, staff, and students in achieving their professional and academic goals.

Pauline Low, PharmD, RPh
Assistant Dean for Academics and Assessment
cawleyp@pacificu.edu
503-352-3624

The Assistant Dean of Academics and Assessment (ADAA) is the academic administrator who oversees curricular and programmatic assessment initiatives within the School, while providing strengths-focused leadership and support in instructional design, teaching development, assessment of student learning, accreditation, interprofessional education and mentorship to assist faculty, post-graduate learners, staff and pharmacy students in fulfilling the School’s mission.

Sigrid Roberts, PhD
Assistant Dean for Pharmaceutical Sciences
sroberts@pacificu.edu
503-352-7289

The Assistant Dean for Pharmaceutical Sciences (ADPS) provides leadership and assists Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty members in all areas of teaching, scholarship and professional services and is actively engaged in research and the scientific community.

Ian Doyle, PharmD, RPh, BCPS
Assistant Dean for Pharmacy Practice
idoyle@pacificu.edu
503-352-7371

The Assistant Dean for Pharmacy Practice (ADPP) supervises and provides guidance and mentorship to Pharmacy Practice faculty members in the areas of teaching, scholarship, and professional and clinical services.  The ADPP supervises the Experiential Education program and is actively engaged in the pharmacy community, developing meaningful relationships which further the mission of the School of Pharmacy.

Jeff Fortner, PharmD
Interim Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
jfortner@pacificu.edu
503-352-2682

The Assistant Dean for Student Affairs (ADSA) is responsible for the oversight of student affairs (co-curricular student activities, student issues, student senate and student organizations) within the School.  Additionally, the ADSA manages the admissions process, student matriculation, faculty guidance regarding service and student advising.

Anita Cleven, RPh, PharmD
Assistant Dean for Experiential Education
anita.cleven@pacificu.edu
503-352-2648

The Assistant Dean for Experiential Education (ADEE) is responsible for the oversight of experiential education at the School, including site placements, preceptor development, and management of student issues and preceptor concerns.

School of Pharmacy Organization Chart (pdf)