Accomplishments | Pharmacy Faculty & Staff

The following are recent activities and accomplishments by Pacific University School of Pharmacy faculty and staff.

Rita Barton Melanie Foeppel Kris Marcus
John Begert Jeff Fortner Deepa Rao
Bridget Bradley David Fuentes Beth Ross
Amber Buhler John Harrelson Sigrid Roberts
Mark Della Paolera Jeremy Hughes Edward Saito
Leslie Devaud Reza Karimi R. Brigg Turner
Ian Doyle Courtney Kraus Sarah White
Fawzy Elbarbry Ashim Malhotra  

Rita Barton

University Honors & Awards Committee Chair-Elect

CHP State Authorization Task Force member

Physician’s Assistant Program Clinical Coordinator Search Committee member

Coordinated CHP Clinical Practice E*Value Webinars, 2013-2014

SOP Faculty Staff Annual Retreat presentation on Technology and Productivity, March 2014

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John Begert

Appointed PGY-2 Resident, Pacific University School of Pharmacy and Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center, July 2014

Presentor, “Medicare annual wellness visits as a method to promote referrals for disease state management by clinical pharmacists,” by Begert, J., Saito, E., Deines, S., Foeppel, M Poster presented at the annual Western States residency conference in San Diego California in May 2015, and at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Mid-Year Clinical Meeting in Anaheim California in December 2015.  

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Bridget Bradley

Oregon Society of Health System Pharmacists (OSHP) New Practitioner of the Year, 2014

Author, "Targeting Transitions of Care- Role of the pharmacist in a Federally Qualified Health Center," by Bradley B, Deines S. The Mental Health Clinician, November 2014.

Presenter, "Impact Of A Pharmacist Collaborative Drug Therapy Management Depression Protocol On PHQ-9 Scores," by Bradley, B. College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists Annual Meeting 2014.

Presenter, "Drug Use Evaluation to Identify Intensity of Statin Therapy Recommended for Patients based on the 2013 ACC/AHA Lipid Guidelines Compared to Previous Lipid Therapy," by Cassidy S, Rodriguez C, Bradley B, Deines S, OSHP Annual Seminar. April 2014.

Presenter, "Implementing a Transitions of Care Program between Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center and Tuality Healthcare," by Flores S, Bradley B, Deines S, Dotter B, OSHP Annual Seminar. April 2014

Presenter, "Drug Use Evaluation to Identify Intensity of Statin Therapy Recommended for Patients based on the 2013 ACC/AHA Lipid Guidelines Compared to Previous Lipid Therapy," by Cassidy S, Rodriguez C, Bradley B, Deines S. ASHP Midyear Clinical Meetings. December 2014

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Amber Buhler

Author, "Design, Presentation, and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Case Conference on Fibromyalgia," by Erin Jobst, Amber V. Buhler, David Fuentes, Jodi Johnson, Shawna Rohner, Jennifer Antick, Randy Randolph. Health and Interprofessional Practice, Pacific University, 2(1):eP1050. Pub date October 2013 

Author, “The dorsomedial hypothalamus increases pain sensitivity via CCK containing projections to the rostral ventromedial medulla,” by Kate Wagner, Zach Roeder, Keith DesRochers, Amber V. K. Buhler, Mary M. Heinricher, Daniel R. Cleary in Neuroscience, 238:29-38, 2013.

Advisor, “Investigation of Calcitonin Gene Related Peptide in Brainstem Neurons Involved in Pain Modulation," by Kaley T. Adams, Samantha Ingram, [advisor Amber Buhler]. Pacific University Undergraduate Research Conference, November 2013

Advisor, “Investigation of Calcitonin Gene Related Peptide in Brainstem Neurons Involved in Pain Modulation,"by  Kaley T. Adams, [advisor Amber Buhler], Murdock College Science Research Conference, November 2013

Award, “Online Prerequisite Review Tutorials” Stamper BD, Buhler AV, Harrelson JP, Malhotra A, Roberts SC, Elbarbry FA, Rao DA, Marlow C, Karimi R, Devaud LL. won the 2014 AACP Innovations in Teaching Competition Award.

Grant, “Gene pathway analysis in rodent pain modulatory regions following multiple hyperbaric oxygen treatments,” School of Pharmacy Research Grant,  Pacific University, 1 year, Funded.

Grant, “Neurochemical Identification of Parabrachial Nucleus Neurons Innervating Pain Modulatory Brainstem Nuclei,” School of Pharmacy Research Grant,  Pacific University, 1 year, Funded.

Grant, “Novel Method of Induction of Neuroplasticity in Pain Pathways by HBO2 Treatment.” Buhler AV (MPI), Quock RM (MPI), Stamper B (COI).  1 R21 NS093421-01, direct costs $275,000 (2015-17, 2 years); direct costs $150,000 (current year). Not funded

Grant, “Influence of Nitrous Oxide on Opioid-Induced Tolerance, Physical Dependence and Hyperalgesia.” Quock RM (PI), Buhler AV (COI), STAMPER B (COI) Washington State University Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program, direct costs $30,000 (2014-15, 1 year). Not funded.

Presenter, “A Comparison of Communications Styles Amongst an Inter-Professional Student Cohort,” by Shawn Davis, Amber Buhler, Amy Copeland, Bobby Nijjar,Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Nashville, TN, Oct. 2013.

Presenter, “The Neurotransmitter Notebook: a tool for educating pharmacy students on CNS effects of neurological agents,” by Amber V. Buhler, Pauline Cawley, Leslie Devaud, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA., November 2013

Presenter, “Investigation of the cumulative antinociceptive effect of multiple hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) exposures,” A. Brewer, Y. Zhang, A.V. Buhler, D.Y. Sirachi,  R.M. Quock, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA., November 2013

Presenter, “To Opioid or Not to Opioid—Is that the question?: Basic Science of Tolerance, Addiction and Dependence.” College of Health Professions Continuing Education Program. 

Presenter, “Managing Chronic Pain: Rosa’s Journey through the Health Care System," Interprofessional Case Conference (ICC).

Presenter, "What is this lump?  Risk of renal and salivary stone formation with topiramate (Topamax) treatment.” Amber V. Buhler, Pearl Huynh, Pauline Low, Mary Von.  Neuroscience Education Institute, Colorado Springs, CO.

Presenter, "Development of online pharmacy prerequisite review tutorials for first year pharmacy students," Stamper BD, Buhler AV, Harrelson JP, Malhotra A, Roberts SC, Elbarbry FA, Rao DA, Marlow C, Karimi R, Devaud LL.  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Presenter, “Neurochemical identification of pain-modularly projection of neurons from the parabrachial region to the rostral ventromedial medulla,” Lacey Hallquist, Buhler AV  Pacific University Undergraduate Research Conference and Murdoch Conferences.

Presenter, “Confirmation of glutamatergic and GABAergic neurons expressing nitric oxide synthase in pain-modulatory regions of the rostral ventromedial medulla.” Sean R. Tachibana, Buhler AV  Pacific University Undergraduate Research Conference and Murdoch Conferences.

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Mark Della Paolera

Community Service, Co-presenter & Co-referee, “NASPA/NMA Self-Care Championship.” Oregon State Pharmacy Association, Annual Meeting. Portland, OR. November 2014.

Grant, “Identifying and addressing workflow-related issues in the implementation of a pharmacist-run, collaborative-based, multisession, one-to-one tobacco cessation clinic in a community-based pharmacy in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.”: M Della Paolera, National Association of Chain Drugs Stores. $2,500. August 2014.

Presenter, “Implementation, Design, and Preceptor Perceptions of a Preceptor-Facilitated Self-Care Pharmacy Practice Course” by M Della Paolera, J Fortner, I Croswell, Pacific University Oregon College of Health Professions, Hillsboro, OR. May 2014.

Presenter, Development of a Substance Abuse Elective and the Effectiveness of Different Learning Modalities Employed,” M Della Paolera, B Chavez, L Devaud, College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, Phoenix, AZ. April 2014.

Presenter, Interprofessional Competence Course: IPC Summary and Feedback Session. College of Health Professions, Pacific University Oregon.

Presenter, The Role of Physician Assistants with Tobacco Cessation College of Health Professions, Pacific University Oregon School of Physician Assistant Studies.

Presenter, The Pharmacists’ Role in the Healthcare Team College of Health Professions, Pacific University Oregon School of Physician Assistant Studies.

Presenter, Tobacco Cessation for Patients Receiving Dental Care, Oregon Health Sciences University Dental School, Portland, OR.

Co-presenter, “Engaging and Assisting Patients with Tobacco Cessation.” Pacific University Oregon College of Health Professions, Hillsboro, OR. July 2014.

Presenter, “Integrating Collaborative Drug Therapy Management and Tobacco Cessation into Community-Based Pharmacies.” Professional Society of Pharmacists, Monthly CE Dinner, Portland, OR. March 2014.

Presenter, “Tobacco Cessation: How Can We Help Our Patients to Quit?” Pacific University College of Health Professions, Hillsboro, OR. January 2014.

Poster, “Identifying and addressing workflow-related issues in the implementation of a pharmacist-run, collaborative-based, multisession, one-to-one tobacco cessation clinic in a community-based pharmacy in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.” M Della Paolera, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, National Harbor, MD. July 2015.

Poster, “Opportunities and Challenges in Implementing a Formalized Faculty-Driven Peer Mentoring Program.” D Rao, B Chavez, M Della Paolera, L Devaud, J Hughes, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, National Harbor, MD. July 2015.

Poster “Implementation, Design, and Preceptor Perceptions of a Preceptor-Facilitated Self-Care Pharmacy Practice Course.” M Della Paolera, J Fortner, I Croswell, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Grapevine, TX. July 2014.

Presenter, “Preceptor Development Workshop.” Day-long seminar for preceptor development. Pacific University Oregon School of Pharmacy, Hillsboro, OR. August 2015.

Co-presenter, “Identifying and Describing Scholarship Opportunities through a Preceptor-Facilitated Self-care Pharmacy Practice Course.” American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, National Harbor, MD. July 2015.

Presenter, “An Interprofessional Collaboration of Nine Health Profession Schools: Benefits, Barriers, and Insights Gained of Implementing an Interprofessional Course within a Health Professions College.” American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, National Harbor, MD. July 2015.

Presenter, “Preceptor Development Workshop.” Day-long seminar for preceptor development. Pacific University Oregon School of Pharmacy, Hillsboro, OR. August 2014.

Co-presenter, “Engaging and Assisting Patients with Tobacco Cessation.” Pacific University Oregon College of Health Professions, Hillsboro, OR. July 2014.

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Leslie Devaud

Author, "Expression of cFos and brain-derived neurotrophic factor in cortex and hippocampus of ethanol-withdrawn male and female rats," by P.E. Alele, L.L. Devaud in Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics, October 2013.

Author, "Sex and regional differences in the effects of chronic intermittent ethanol exposure on subsequent challenges in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures," by S.A. Walls, A.M. Rosenwasser, L.L. Devaud in Neuroscience Letters, August 2014.

Grant, “Establishment of a zebrafish colony at Pacific University to promote biomedical research in a vertebrate animal model system”. Devaud, LL as PI:  Collins Medical Trust Foundation For $30,000.  PI with Brendan Stamper and Ashim Malhotra as Co-Is. Submitted April, funded June 2015.

Poster, D. Rao, B. Chavez, M. Della Paolera, J. Hughes and L. Devaud.  Opportunities and challenges in implementing a formalized faculty-driven peer-mentoring program.  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, abstract submitted February 2015, poster presented July 2015.

Poster, “Assessment of accommodations in learning styles by students in an accelerated pharmacy program,” L. Devaud, C. Kraus, J. Fortner, P. Michaels and A. Malhotra.  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, abstract submitted February 2015, poster presented July 2015.

Poster, “Increasing transparency and engagement in the ACPE self-study process.”  J. Fortner, M. Millard, F. Elbarbry, J. Hughes, L. Devaud, C. Marlow, D. Fuentes, J. Jordan, D. Meyer.  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, abstract submitted February 2015, poster presented July 2015.

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Ian Doyle

Author, "Pharmacogenomic considerations in the treatment of the pediatric cardiomyopathy called Barth Syndrome" by Malhotra A, Kahlon P, Donoho T, Doyle IC. Recent Patents on Biotechnology. Special issue: Current Topics in Pharmacogenomics. 2014, Accepted.

Author,  "Area Under the Curve Comparison of Innovator vs. Generic Mycophenolate Mofetil (MMF) in Renal Transplant Recipients," by Doyle IC, Elbarbry FA. Poster session presented at: World Transplant Congress; 2014 July 26-31; San Francisco, CA.

Author, "Introduction to Immunology," in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences with Patient Care Correlations, by Karimi R, Doyle IC, 2014.

Author, “Assessing Pharmacologic and Nonpharmacologic Risks in Candidates for Kidney Transplantation.”  MaldonadoAQ, Tichy EM, Rogers CC, Campara M, Ensor C, Doligalski CT, Gabardi S, Descourouez JL, Doyle IC, Trofe-Clark J. Am J Health-Syst Pharm, 2015; 72:e39-51.

Award, Doyle IC. (2015) Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Distinguished Service Award

Award, Doyle IC. (2015) Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Presidential Recognition Award for true spirit of volunteerism

Award, Doyle, IC. (2014) Oregon State Pharmacists Association, Pharmacy Leadership Award for service related to heath-system representation to the OSPA Board

Member, Board of Directors for Oregon State Pharmacy Association (OSPA), June, 2013 - May, 2014. 

Past President, Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists (OSHP), June 2013 - May 2014.

Presenter, “Immunology Overview: Application to Practice”.  Doyle, IC.  One-hour continuing education program to Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Technician Chapter; 2015 April 4; Portland, OR.

Presenter, “Area Under the Curve Comparison of Innovator vs. Generic Mycophenolate Mofetil (MMF) in Renal Transplant Recipients.”  Doyle IC, Elbarbry FA.  Poster session presented at:  World Transplant Congress; 2014 July 26-31; San Francisco, CA.  Abstract:  Am J Transplant, 2014; 14(S3): 681-2.

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Fawzy Elbarbry

Lead Guest Editor, special issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. The special issue on Cellular, Endoplasmic Reticulum-Associated, and Oxidative Stresses will be published September 2015.

Recipient of the Collins Medical Trust Foundation Grant, Investigating the anti-hypertensive effect of thymoquinone: role of modulating arachidonic acid metabolism versus anti-oxidant effect. February, 2014.  First award from this foundation received by a Pacific University faculty member.

Presenter and award recipient, "Modulation of arachidonic acid metabolism in the hypertensive rat kidneys by sulforaphane: a potential target for hypertension. 1st Annual International Conference on Pharmacology and Pharmacological Sciences, Singapore. Awarded Best Research Paper and Oral Presentation.

Author, "Introduction to Toxicology" in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences with Patient Care Correlations, by R. Karimi (editor), 2014.

Author, "Introduction to Pharmacokinetics" in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences with Patient Care Correlations, by R. Karimi (editor), 2014.

Author, "Production and analysis of a biosimilar erythropoietin in Egypt" in Biosimilars, 2014.

Author, "Modulation of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism in the Rat Kidney by Sulforaphane: Implications for Regulation of Blood Pressure" in ISRN-Pharmacology, Article ID 683508, 2014.

Author, Malhotra A., Bath S., Elbarbry F. Potential Health Benefits of Resveratrol: A Review of the Experimental, Clinical and Epidemiological Evidences and Underlying Mechanisms. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. 2015; Article ID 803971

Author, Ebeid W, Ahmed H, Elbarbry F. Production and analysis of a biosimilar erythropoietin in Egypt. Biosimilars. 2014; 4: 11–22

Author, Elbarbry F, Vermehren Schmaedick  A, Balkowiec A. Modulation of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism in the Rat Kidney by Sulforaphane: Implications for Regulation of Blood Pressure. ISRN-Pharmacology.   2014; Article ID 683508

Grant, Elbarbry F (MPI). “Modulation of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism as a New Target for Hypertension Treatment”.  Collins Medical Trust 37,000 (2014-2015).

Presenter, Elbarbry F (2015, June). Clinical Pharmacokinetics and Dosing of Vancomycin. Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, Vancouver, WA..  (Approved by Oregon and Washington Boards of Pharmacy as 1 CE hour).

Presenter, Bath S., & Elbarbry F (2015, June).  Development and Validation of a New Simple Liquid Chromatographic Method for Determination of Coumarin and its 7-Hydroxy Metabolite as a Marker of Cytochrome P450 2A6 in Rats. AAPS National Biotechnology Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Presenter, Amin A, Can M, & Elbarbry F (2015, March).  Effect of Dietary Doses of Sulforaphane on Hepatic Drug Metabolizing Enzymes in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats.  2nd Annual CHP Poster Session, Hillsboro, OR.

Presenter, Amin A, Can M, & Elbarbry F (2014, November).  Effect of Dietary Doses of Sulforaphane on Hepatic Drug Metabolizing Enzymes in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats.  American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting and Exposition,  San Diego, CA.

Presenter, Vermehren-Schmaedick A, Rao D, Elbarbry F (2014, November). Modulation of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism in the Rat Kidney by Resveratrol: Implications for Regulation of Blood Pressure. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting and Exposition,  San Diego, CA.

Presenter, Chiang T, Elbarbry F, Harrelson J, Rao D (2014, November).  In-Vitro Assessment of Combination Natural Product Therapy for Cancer Treatment. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting and Exposition,  San Diego, CA.

Presenter, Stamper D, Buhler A, Harrelson J, Malhotra A, Roberts S,  Elbarbry F, Rao D, Marlow C, Karimi R, & Devaud L (2014, July).  Development of online pharmacy prerequisites reviews tutorials for first year pharmacy students. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting.  Grapevine, TX.

Presenter, Hassan K, Elbarbry F, Stamper B (2014, July).  Comparing pharmacy education and practice in Iraq and the United States.  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting.  Grapevine, TX.

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Melanie Foeppel

Led the application for two new PGY2 residencies in ambulatory care/academia, which begin July 1, 2014. Received pre-candidate status from ASHP.

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Jeff Fortner

Author, Karimi, R., Malabalan, K., Fortner, J., & Todorovic, A. (2014, July) Promoting Awareness of Medication Errors to Facilitate Student Learning in Pharmaceutical 

Award, Fortner, J. (2015) Pacific University, Honored to begin 5 year term as CHP Faculty Marshall for Commencement. 

Promoted to Interim Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, September 2014

Promoted to Associate Professor, July 2014

Presenter, Della Paolera, M., Fortner, J., & Croswell I. (2014, July) Implementation, design, and preceptor perceptions of a preceptor-facilitated self-care pharmacy practice course. Poster presented at American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Grapevine, TX

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David Fuentes

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Academic Leadership Fellows Program (ALFP), 2013 - 2014.

College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists Therapeutic Case Award, Eyes playing tricks: A possible case of Charles Bonnet Syndrome. College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists, Phoenix, AZ. 2014

Presenter; Fuentes DG, El-­Ibiary S, Wisneski S, McFadden DF. Resources used by faculty members to transition to roles of academic administrators. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Grapevine, TX. 2014.

Presenter; Fuentes DG, Linn DD, Towne TG, Chen Y. Comparing the structure and performance of a traditional teaching model to a student‐directed learning model for the Top 200. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Grapevine, TX. 2014

Author, Smith TR, Fuentes DG. Eyes playing tricks: A possible case of Charles Bonnet Syndrome. College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists, Phoenix, AZ. 2014.

Speaker, Starting the Conversation on Leadership and Management Principles Using a Primer Series for P1 Students; Co‐presenters: Renee McCafferty & Joseph Bonnarens, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing  Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Mini-­‐Session, Texas, 2014

Speaker, Incorporating cultural competency into the curriculum through active learning; Co‐presenters: Bethanne Brown, Lakesha Butler & Andrea Wall, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Health Disparities and Cultural Competency SIG Special Session, Texas, 2014

Program Chair, Speaker; A peer‐led professional development series; Co‐presenters: Dustin Linn, Swati Betharia, & Lorin Sheppard, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy CPE Section Special Session, Texas, 2014

Member, Programming Committee, Dividing and conquering: Scholarship of teaching and learning; Co‐presenters and moderators: Cynthia Koh‐Knox & Jacob Gettig, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American   Association of Colleges of Pharmacy CPE Section Special Session, Texas, 2014

Author, Fuentes DG., Ray SD, Holstege CP. Anxiolytics. In: Wexler, P. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd edition Vol. 1. Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, pp. 280–286, 2014.

Author, "The CAPE outcomes revisions shouldn’t require drastic curricular changes to pharmacy education," by Fuentes DG, Caudill WJ, Henriksen JA, Smith TR in American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2014.

Facilitator, Resources for making the transition from faculty member to department chair, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Illinois, 2013

Program Chair, Speaker; Community Based Geriatric Education Models: Exploring Opportunities Beyond the Classroom; Co­‐presenters: Erica Estus, Angela Riley, & Ruth Emptage; Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Illinois, 2013

Author, "Design, Presentation, and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Case Conference on Fibromyalgia," by Jobst E, Buhler AV, Fuentes DG, Johnson J, Rohner SD, Antick J, Randolph R. in Health and Interprofessional Practice Journal, Volume 12, Issue 1, 2013.

Author, "Review of treatment options for pediatric patients with ADHD," by Fuentes DG, Linn D, Murray A, Smith T in Ment Health, College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, 2013.

Author, Book Review: Positivity: Top-notch research reveals the 3:1 ratio that will change your life (Barbara Fredrisksen) Ment Health, College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists, 2013.

Author, Whitley HP, Bell E, Eng M, Fuentes DG, et al. Team-based learning made practical: From planning to implementation. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, Accepted April 2015. 

Author, Janke KK, Nelson MH, Bzowckyj AS, Fuentes DG, et al. Deliberate Integration of Student Leadership Development in Doctor of Pharmacy Programs. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, Accepted April 2015. 

Author, Fuentes DG, Strang A, Ogden R, Ryan-Haddad A. Reframing our pursuit to life balance. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2015; (79)3:Article 34. 

Author, Janke KK, Nelson MH, Bzowckyj AS, Fuentes DG, et al. Deliberate Integration of Student Leadership Development in Doctor of Pharmacy Programs. CAPE Papers: American Association of the Colleges of Pharmacy, 2014 

Author, Fuentes DG, Ray SD, Holstege CP. Anxiolytics. In: Wexler, P. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd edition Vol. 1. Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, pp. 280–286, 2014. 

Author, Fuentes DG, Caudill WJ, Henriksen JA, Smith TR. The CAPE outcomes revisions shouldn’t require drastic curricular changes to pharmacy education. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2014; (78)1:Article 20.

Author; Fortner J, Millard ME, Elbarbry FA, Hughes JA, Devaud L, Marlow C, Fuentes DG, Jordan JM, Meyer D. Increasing Transparency and Engagement in the ACPE Self-Study Process. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Washington D.C., MD. 2015 

Author; Della Paolera MA, Fuentes DG, Harrelson J, Michael P. Identifying and addressing workflow-related issues in the implementation of a pharmacist-run, collaborative-based, multi-session, one-to-one tobacco cessation clinic in a community-based pharmacy in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Washington D.C., MD. 2015 

Presenter; Karimi R, Chavez B, Fortner J, Fuentes DG et al., Enhancing self- awareness through intentional linkage of student performance data and perceptions. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Washington D.C., MD. 2015 

Presenter; Fuentes DG. Developing Students' Abilities to Recognize Pitfalls in Assessing Learning through Writing Multiple Choice Items. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Washington D.C., MD. 2015 

Author: Chavez B, Turner B, Hughes J, Wegrzyn N, Fortner J, Fuentes D. The progression of electronic health record implementation into a pharmacy curriculum. To be presented at Monash University International Pharmacy Education Symposium, July 2015, Prata, Italy. 

Presenter; Fuentes DG, El-Ibiary S, Wisneski S, McFadden DF. Resources used by faculty members to transition to roles of academic administrators. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Grapevine, TX. 2014. 

Presenter; Fuentes DG, Linn DD, Towne TG, Chen Y. Comparing the structure and performance of a traditional teaching model to a student-directed learning model for the Top 200. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Grapevine, TX. 2014. 

Author, Smith TR, Fuentes DG. Eyes Playing Tricks: A Possible Case of Charles Bonnet Syndrome. College of Psychiatric and Neurological Pharmacists, Phoenix, AZ. 2014 

Speaker; Fuentes DG. Instructional Design: The New I.D. for Pharmacy Educators. Oregon State University-Pacific University Teaching Certificate Program. Oregon, 2015 

Speaker; Echeverri M, Abdelmageed A, Butler LM, Fuentes DG, Moultry AM. Goals are Dreams with Deadlines: Using SWOT Analysis, Goal-setting and Personal Commitment to Advance Your Career. Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Minority Faculty SIG, Washington D.C., 2015 

Program Chair, Speaker; Fuentes DG, Chesnut RJ, Schlesselman LS. Pedagogy and Assessment Strategies in Student Leadership Development, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Student Services SIG Special Session, Washington D.C., 2015 

Program Chair, Speaker; A peer-led professional development series; Co- presenters: Dustin Linn, Swati Betharia, & Lorin Sheppard, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy CPE Section Special Session, Texas, 2014 

Member, Programming Committee, Dividing and conquering: Scholarship of teaching and learning; Co-­‐‑presenters and moderators: Cynthia Koh-Knox & Jacob Gettig, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy CPE Section Special Session, Texas, 2014 

Speaker, Starting the Conversation on Leadership and Management Principles Using Primer Series for P1 Students; Co-presenters: Renee McCafferty & Joseph Bonnarens, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Mini-Session, Texas, 2014 

Speaker, Incorporating cultural competency into the curriculum through active learning; Co-­‐‑presenters: Bethanne Brown, Lakesha Butler & Andrea Wall, Audience Pharmacists, Approved Pharmacist Continuing Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Health Disparities and Cultural Competency SIG Special Session, Texas, 2014 

Grant, Coauthor, Teaching self-awareness to pharmacy students using reflective journal writing, Research Incentive Grant; $3,000.00 Awarded, 2015 (Principal Investigator: Jeremy Hughes) 

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John Harrelson

Presenter, "Evidence for Heme Degradation in the Mechanism-Based Inhibition of CYP2A6-Mediated Letrozole and Coumarin Metabolism by trans-Cinnamic Aldehyde," by Black S, Chan J, and Harrelson JP, poster presentation at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Rocky Mountain Discussion Group 2nd Annual Meeting, Missoula, MT, August 2014.

Presenter: "CYP3A4-Mediated Letrozole Metabolism Is Activated by Ketoconazole and Dependent on Substrate Concentration," by Black S, Thurman B, and Harrelson JP, poster presentation at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Rocky Mountain Discussion Group 2nd Annual Meeting, Missoula, MT, August 2014.

Presenter, "Activation of CYP3A4 Mediated Letrozole Metabolism by Ketoconazole," Black S, Thurman B, and Harrelson JP, poster presentation at Experimental Biology 2014 (ASPET Drug Metabolism Division), San Diego, CA, April 2014.

Author, "Allosteric Modulation of Substrate Motion in Cytochrome P450 3A4-mediated Xylene Oxidation," by Childers WK and Harrelson JP, Biochemistry, 53 (2014), 1018-1028.

Grant, Harrelson JP (PI).  “Novel Tobacco Cessation Agents”, Pacific University School of Pharmacy Research Incentive Grant, direct costs $5,000 (2014-2015).

Grant, Harrelson JP (PI).  “Novel Agents for Treating Tobacco Addiction: Analogs of trans-Cinnamic Aldehyde”, Medical Research Foundation of Oregon, direct costs $40,000 (June 2015 - May 2016).

Award, Harrelson JP (2014-2015) American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year

Harrelson JP. (2015) Elected Secretary/Treasurer Elect for the Drug Metabolism Division of the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET)

Harrelson JP. (2015) Judge of graduate and postdoctoral posters for the Drug Metabolism Division of ASPET at Experimental Biology 2015 in Boston, MA

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Jeremy Hughes

Presenter, "Prescribed Drugs: Tips for You," by Fortner J, Hughes J. Commonly. Presentation to Local Dental Hygienists as part of the Portland Community College Dental Hygiene Study Club, Nov 2013.

Coordinator for the Fred Meek Annual Seminar, Oregon Professional Society of Pharmacists, Nov 2013.

Investigator, "New Pharmacy Graduate Preceptor (Pre-Preceptor) Development Program." Submitted as a Pacific University Faculty Development Grant by Kraus C, Marcus K, Hughes J, and Holcomb E. Hillsboro, OR. October 2013.

Author, Black SB, Chan JC, Harrelson JP. (August 2014) “Evidence for Heme Degradation in the Mechanism-based Inhbition of CYP2A6-mediated Letrozole and Coumarin Metabolism by trans-Cinnamic Aldehyde.” Poster presented at the regional American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists meeting, University of Montana, Missoula, MT.

Author, Black SB, Ross B, Harrelson JP. (August 2014) “CYP3A4 Mediated Letrozole Metabolism is Activated by Ketonconazole and Dependent on Substrate Concentration” Poster presented at the regional American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists meeting, University of Montana, Missoula, MT. 

Author: Rao D, Chavez B, Della Paolera M, Hughes J, Devaud D. Opportunities and Challenges in Implementing a Formalized Faculty-Driven Peer Mentoring Program.  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Washington D.C., MD. 2015

Author; Fortner J, Millard ME, Elbarbry FA, Hughes JA, Devaud L, Marlow C, Fuentes DG, Jordan JM, Meyer D. Increasing Transparency and Engagement in the ACPE Self-Study Process. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Washington D.C., MD. 2015 

Speaker: Hughes J, Panther S, Robinson J. Supporting Student Pharmacist Success by Creating a Growth Mindset Environment. Northwest Pharmacy Convention, Coeur D’ Alene, ID, June 2015

Speaker: Hughes J., Ramirez J. How to Provide Effective Feedback. Presentation to Providence Portland Medical Center Staff, Portland, OR.  February 2015

Speaker: Hughes J, Glass A.  Preceptor’s Essential Tools: Effective Feedback Methods for Students and Residents. Presentation to Washington State Pharmacy Association, Cle Elum, Washington November 2014  

Speaker: Hughes J, Ramirez J, Kraus C.  It Takes a Village to Educate and Train Today’s Pharmacy Students. Presentation to Oregon State Pharmacy Association, Portland, Oregon.  October 2014

Principal Investigator: Teaching self-awareness to pharmacy students using reflective journal writing, Research Incentive Grant; $3,000.00 Awarded, 2015 (Co-Investigator: David Fuentes) 

President, Professional Society of Pharmacists (2014 – present)

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Reza Karimi

Peer-reviewed publications since 2013:

Karimi R, Meyer D, Fujisaki B, and Stein S (2014). Implementation of an Integrated Longitudinal Curricular Activity by Graduating Pharmacy Students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 78 (6) Article 124.

Allen R, Copeland J, Franks A, Karimi R, McCollum M, Riese D and Lin A (2013). Team-Based Learning in US Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 77 (6) Article 115.

Karimi, R. In-House Mentorship (2013). American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 77 (3) Article 64 (Letters).

Book Chapters publication since 2013:

Reza Karimi, Introduction to Biological Chemistry. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi, Introduction to Cell Biology.  In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi, Introduction to Microbiology.  In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi and Ian Doyle, Introduction to Immunology. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi and Fariba Safaiyan, Introduction to Biochemistry. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi, Introduction to Pharmacodynamics. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi, Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi and Susan Stein, Introduction to Pharmaceutics. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi and Fawzy Elbarbry, Introduction to Pharmacokinetics.  In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi and Seher Khan, Introduction to Pharmacology and Pathophysiology. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Reza Karimi, Introduction to Nutrients. In: Karimi R. Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Patient Care Correlations. 1st ed. Burlington, MA; Jones & Bartlett Learning: 2014.

Poster Presentations and Published Abstracts since 2013:

Reza Karimi; Benjamin Chavez; Fawzy Elbarbry; Jeff Fortner; David Fuentes; Jeremy Hughes; Michael E. Millard; Sigrid C. Roberts; Rita Barton; Catherine Marlow (2015). Enhancing self-awareness through intentional linkage of student performance data and perceptions. AACP, National Harbor, Maryland.

Reza Karimi, Kristine Malabanan, Jeff Fortner, Alexander Todorovic and Deepa Rao (2014).  Promoting awareness of medication errors to facilitate student learning in pharmaceutical sciences. AACP, Dallas, TX.

Brendan Stamper, Amber Buhler, John Harrelson, Ashim Malhotra, Sigrid Roberts, Fawzy Elbarbry, Deepa Rao, Cat Marlow, Reza Karimi and Leslie Devaud (2014). Development of online pharmacy prerequisite review tutorials for first year pharmacy students. AACP, Dallas, TX.

Doug Meyer, Jennifer Jordan, and Reza Karimi (2014).  OTC Utilization and underserved families:  creating a sustainable interprofessional model. AACP, Dallas, TX.

Erik Borg, Donna Adkins, Reza Karimi, Charles Breese, and Jim Junker (2014).  Collaborative implementation of P1 and P2 comprehensive benchmarking examinations by three PharmD programs. AACP, Dallas, TX. (no poster presentation, only published abstract)

Reza Karimi and Susan Stein (2013). Implementation and Assessment of an Integrated
Longitudinal Curricular Activity.  Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

Reza Karimi, Doug Meyer, Brad Fujisaki, and Susan Stein (2013). Longitudinal Curricular Activity by Graduating Pharmacy Students, a Poster Child for Integrated Learning. AACP, Chicago, IL.

Reza Karimi, Fawzy Elbarbry, Sigrid Roberts, Jeff Fortner, and Deepa Rao (2013). Science Applications for Patients, Pharmacists, and Scientists, Implemented by First Year Pharmacy Students. AACP, Chicago, IL.

Professional Presentations since 2013:

2016 The Power of Shared Governance in a Dynamic Academic Environment, Pacific University School of Pharmacy

2016 Our Commitments on the Horizon, Pacific University School of Pharmacy

2016 Service, the Invisible Treasure: Myths, Facts, and Values, Pacific University School of Pharmacy

2015 Review of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy, CA (a 2-day workshop)

2015 When the Cure is worse than the Disease in Academia, New Faculty/Staff Orientation, Pacific University School of Pharmacy

2013 When Bacteria Make Mistakes, Pacific University College of Health Professions,
(Continuing Education)

2013 When Bacteria Promote Nobel Prizes, Professional Society of Pharmacists, Portland, OR (Continuing Education)

2013 Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Standards and New Guidelines, Pacific University School of Pharmacy
 

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Courtney Kraus

Invited Presentation: Fred Meek Annual Seminar for Professional Society of Pharmacists (PSOP): “The Millennial Generation, Learning Styles and Pharmacy Precepting,"  Nov 2013.

Author, Kraus, C.  (2015) 2015 State of the Chapter Report for OSHP Technician Chapter, Oregon Society of Health System Pharmacists Interactions Newsletter

Author, Kraus, C. (2014) Changes Coming for Oregon Pharmacy Technician Licensure, Oregon Society of Health System Pharmacists Interactions Newsletter

Presenter, Hughes J, Kraus C, Marcus K, Millard M, Lowe P. Restructuring the IPPE curriculum: a longitudinal profile enhances and equalizes hours between health-system and community. AACP and AFPC Annual Meeting, National Harbor MD. July 2015. Abstract: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2015; 79 (5) Article S4 p 27. 

Presenter, Devaud L, Kraus C, Fortner J, Michael P, and Malhotra A. Assessment of accommodations in learning styles by students in an accelerated pharmacy program. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, National Harbor, MD, July 2015. 

Presenter, Hughes J, Kraus C, Millard M, Garfias N, Barton R. Development of a Faculty Facilitator Program to Increase Faculty and Student Communication During APPEs. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, National Harbor, MD, July 2015. 

Presenter, Kraus, C., Marcus, K., Hughes, J., Holcomb, E. (2015) Design and Implementation of a Pre-Preceptor Development ProgramTargeting New Pharmacy Graduates. Pacific University College of Health Professions Annual Poster Session, Hillsboro, Or

Kraus C, Limjuco L (2015). Interprofessional collaboration with University of Portland School of Nursing to integrate pharmacy students with nursing students during experiential rotations to discuss patient cases from nursing and pharmacy perspectives

Kraus C. (2015) NABP (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy) Approved Item Writer for the NAPLEX (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination) May, 2015 Item Writers Workshop

Kraus C. (2014) PTCB (Pharmacy Technician Certification Board) Current Item Writer/Reviewer for the PTCE (Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination)

Kraus C. (2014-2015) Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists - Technician Chapter Liaison.

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Ashim Malhotra

Guest Editor, special issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. The special issue on Cellular, Endoplasmic Reticulum-Associated, and Oxidative Stresses will be published September 2015.

Author, "Pharmacogenomic considerations in the treatment of the pediatric cardiomyopathy called Barth Syndrome" by Malhotra A, Kahlon P, Donoho T, Doyle IC. Recent Patents on Biotechnology. Special issue: Current Topics in Pharmacogenomics. 2014, Accepted.

Author, “The clinical management of pancreatic cancer” by Turner B, Grover  A, Malhotra A . in US Pharmacist, 2014.

Chair, National Subcommittee on Strategic Planning, Biological Sciences Section, American Association of College of Pharmacy (AACP). 2014.

Malhotra A. Author. “White paper” on assessment of CAPE domains in pharmacy education entitled “Are You CAPE-A.B.L.E.? An Assessment Blueprint for Learning Experiences”. The white paper is a permanent post on the AACP Web site. 2014. Published full paper.

Malhotra A. Author, "Cardiology Applications in Nanotechnology: Proof of Principle". Handbook of Research in Nanotechnology. Soni S, Salhotra A, editors. IGI Global Publishers. 2014. Published book chapter.

Chand P, Malhotra A. Author, “Re-positioning FDA approved drugs for molecular investigation in pancreatic adenocarcinoma: search for novel therapeutic targets”. AACP 2014.  Published scientific abstract.

Malhotra A. Author, “Using Web-based clicker-like technology for enhancing learner-centered acquisition of complex immunosuppressive therapy”. AACP 2014.  Published pedagogical abstract.

Malhotra A, Rao D, Fortner J. Author, “Evaluation of a Team-Based Activity for Learner Centered Acquisition of Information from Drug Package Inserts”. AACP 2014. Published pedagogical abstract.

Malhotra A. Recipient, Research Incentive Grant, School of Pharmacy, Pacific University. 2014.

Malhotra A. “Women in Pharmacy Academia: A Closer Look at Gender Disparity; Achievements, Challenges and the Future”. Organizer and facilitator, AACP Round Table. Leading a panel of 8 nationally recognized pharmacy educators, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting. Grapevine, Texas. 2014.

Presenter: Malhotra A. “The Use of PollEverywhere in the Pharmacy Classroom to Enhance Learning in Immunology”. OTEN Annual Conference—Digital Practices, Digital Stories, Digital Natives: Life and Learning in an Online World, Portland, Oregon. 2014.

Presenter: Malhotra A. “Pancreatic Cancer: Pathogenesis, Progression and Prognosis”. The Annual Fred Meek Memorial Seminar, Professional Society of Oregon Pharmacists, Portland, Oregon.  2013.

Presenter: Malhotra A. “Gender Parity in Pharmacy Academia”. Faculty Seminar Series, College of Health Professions, Pacific University. 2014.

Presenter: Malhotra A. “Touch the Future – Encouraging Minorities in Health Care Professions”. Invited lecture at a community event, Pacific University. 2014.

Presenter: Malhotra A. “Forming Bridges: PharmD Students Introducing the Pharmacy Profession to High School Students from the Community”. College of Health Professions Career Day, Pacific University. 2014.

Presenter: Malhotra A. “Careers in Pharmacy: The PhD Route”.  Health Professions Education-190, Pacific University. 2014.

Presenter: Malhotra A. “Careers in Pharmacy: The PhD Route”.  Health Professions Education-190, Pacific University. 2013.

Author, Xu Y, Malhotra A, Claypool S, Ren M, Schlame M. Tafazzin from Drosophila and mammalian cells: assembly in large protein complexes with a short half-life. Mitochondrion. 2015. 21:27-32. (Impact Factor: 3.8). 

Author, Fulford MJ, Souza J, Alston GL, McLaughlin J, Garavalia L, Franson K, Fowles M, Malhotra A, Szilagyi J, Kelley K, Castleberry A, Peeters M, Jenkins T, Bloom TJ, McDonough S, DiVall M, Marsh W, Dintzner M, Ried LD, Stratton T, Alkhateeb FM, Boyce E, Fox L, Dolaresco F, Bernard D, Coyne L, Ofstad W, McEwen D, Bouldin A, Mintz K, Zeszotarski P. Are you CAPE-A.B.L.E.? Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education: An assessment blueprint for learning experiences. A white paper on CAPE assessment. American Association of the Colleges of Pharmacy. Published November, 2014. 

Author, Malhotra A, Kahlon P*, Donoho T, Doyle IC. Pharmacogenomic considerations in the treatment of the pediatric cardiomyopathy called Barth Syndrome. Recent Patents on Biotechnology. Special issue: Current Topics in Pharmacogenomics. 2014, 8 (2): 136-43. 

Author, Turner BR, Grover A, Malhotra A. The clinical management of pancreatic cancer. U.S. Pharmacist. Hematology and Oncology Supplement. September 2014. Newsletter. 

Author, Malhotra A. Chapter title: Cardiology Applications in Nanotechnology: Proof of Principle. Book title: Handbook of Research in Nanotechnology Applications. Soni S, Salhotra A, Suar M, editors. IGI Global Publishers, published October 2014. Available at www.amazon.com 

Abstract, Malhotra A. C.A.P.E-talizing the Pharmacology Classroom: Integrating Interprofessional Collaborative Exercises to Teach Renal Pharmacology. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2015. 

Abstract, Malhotra A. Developing C.A.P.E.able Pharmacists: Mentoring Student-Led Career Development Workshops. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2015. 

Abstract, Malhotra A. Applying Metacognitive Strategies in the Pharmacology Classroom: Perspective from an Accelerated Pharmacy Program. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2015. 

Abstract, Devaud L, Kraus C, Michael P, Fortner J, Malhotra A. Assessment of Accommodations in Learning Styles by Students in an Accelerated Pharmacy Program. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2015. 

Abstract, Chand P*, Ho J*, Burunova E*, Kardashova T*, Malhotra A. Overcoming chemoresistance in pancreatic cancer: targeting the apoptotic protein machinery using raloxifene. The FASEB Journal, 2015. 

Presenter, Malhotra A. “Overcoming chemoresistance in pancreatic cancer: targeting the apoptotic protein machinery using raloxifene”. American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, annual national meeting held in Boston, MA, April 2015. 

Presentor, 2015 “Enriching the Training of Pharmacy Students with Original Research and Research Electives". Speakers: D. Roane, Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences, East Tennessee University, and A. Malhotra, Assistant Professor, Pacific University Oregon School of Pharmacy. The annual national meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, National Harbor, Maryland. 

Presentor, 2015 Report of Chair, Subcommittee on Strategic Planning, Business Meeting of the Biological Sciences Section, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy 2015 annual meeting, National Harbor, Maryland. 

Presentor, 2014 “Women in Pharmacy Academia: A Closer Look at Gender Disparity; Achievements, Challenges and the Future”. A. Malhotra, Organizer and facilitator, AACP Round Table. Leading a panel of 8 nationally recognized pharmacy educators, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy annual meeting, Grapevine, Texas. Faculty Accomplishments, Page 4 Rev. 7-9-13, AEBarr-Gillespie

Presenter, 2015 “Introducing the School of Pharmacy at Pacific University Oregon”. Pre-Pharmacy Club, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, April 22, 2015. 

Presentor, 2014 “The Use of PollEverywhere in the Pharmacy Classroom to Enhance Learning in Immunology”. OTEN Annual Conference—Digital Practices, Digital Stories, Digital Natives: Life and Learning in an Online World, Portland, Oregon. 

Presentor, 2014 “Introducing the Pharmacy Profession”. Saturday Academy Midsummer Conference, Oregon State University, Oregon. 

Grant, Malhotra A. “Re-purposing FDA approved drugs for use in the treatment of the pediatric cardiomyopathy called Barth Syndrome”, Research Incentive Grant, Pacific University, direct costs $5,000. (7/2014 – 6/2015). 

Award, Malhotra A. AACP Teaching Innovation Award 2014 (Along with other first year SOP faculty) 

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Kris Marcus

Presenter, Moderator and Program Chair, "Precepting for Multiple Levels of Learners," American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Summer Meeting, Las Vegas, NV. June, 2014.

President, Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists, June 2013 - 2015.

Author, "Introduction to Biostatistics and Drug Information." in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences with Patient Care Correlations, 1st ed. by R. Karimi (editor), 2014.

Author, "Providing Drug Information," Fujisaki B, Marcus K, Farthing K. in Boh's Pharmacy Practice Manual: A Guide to the Clinical Experience. 4th ed. by S. Stein (editor), 2013.

Author,"Preventative Health: Vaccines and General Adult Health Screening," Fortner J, Low P, Marcus K, Fujisaki B., in Boh's Pharmacy Practice Manual: A Guide to the Clinical Experience. 4th ed. by S. Stein (editor) 2013.

Author, Marcus K and Farthing K. “Preceptor Development Hot Topics”. One hour ACPE approved continuing education seminar at the Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2015 Annual Seminar in Sunriver OR. April, 2015.

Author, Kraus C, Hughes J, Holcomb E, Marcus K, & Lowe P. (2015, April) Pre-Preceptor Training Program as Part of Continuous Professional Development Offerings for Pacific University Pharmacy Alumni. Poster presented at CHP Faculty Seminar Series Annual Poster Session, Hillsboro OR.

Grant, Kraus, C. (PI) Marcus, K. (CO-I) Hughes, J. (CO-I) Holcomb, E. (CO-I). “New Pharmacy Graduate Preceptor (Pre-Preceptor) Development Program”, Pacific University Faculty Development Grant, $2,900.00 (2014-2015); $2,900 (current year)

Grant, Marcus, K. (PI) Bradley, B. (CO-I) Deines, S. (CO-I) Hicks, C. (CO-I) Dotter, B. (CO-I). “NACDS Community Pharmacy Residency Expansion Project (Community PREP)-Wave 2 Funding”, National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation, $50,000.00 (2012-2015); $10,000 (current year)

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Mike Millard

Presenter, Bush K. “An Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice” Two-hour seminar presented at the Oregon Physical Therapy Association 2010 Annual Conference in Eugene, OR, March 12, 2010.

Presenter, Millard M. Technician Verification and Patient Safety: Invited presentation for OSHP Technician Chapter, St. Vincent Medical Center June 2015

Presenter, Millard M. Performance Management for Residents and APPE students (in conjunction with Juancho Ramirez): Invited Presentation for preceptor development Providence Portland and St. Vincent Medical Center.  May 4-6, 2015

Presenter, Millard M. Pharmacy Professional Advocacy and legislative affairs update: Invited presentation Citywide Residency Conference, Legacy Good Samaritan Portland Jan 2015

Presenter, Millard M. HealthCare Reform and the ACO, Who needs a referral? Interdisciplinary Case Conference Pacific University Dec 3, 2014

Presenter, Millard M. Learning Styles and Teaching Objectives for IPPE, APPE, and post graduate students: Invited presentation for pharmacy staff St., Charles Medical Center, Bend Oregon October 2014

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Deepa Rao

Author, “Synthesis and Characterization of New Curcumin Derivatives as Potential Antitumor and Antioxidant Agents” by Ciochina R, Savella C, Cote B, Chang D, Rao D. in Drug Development Research 75(2):88-96 2014

Author, “Polymeric micellar co-delivery of resveratrol and curcumin to mitigate in vitro doxorubicin induced cardiotoxicity,” by Janssen Carlson L, Cote B, Alani AWG, Rao DA in Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 103(8): 2315-22 2014.

Author, “A Checklist for the Development of Faculty Mentorship Programs” by Law AV, Bottenberg MM, Brozick AH, Currie JD, DiVall M, Haines ST, Jolowsky C, Koh-Knox CP, Leonard GA, Phelps SJ, Rao D, Webster A, Tablonski E. in American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 78(5): Article 98 2014.

Author, “Assessing the use of food coloring as an appropriate visual guide for homogeneously mixed capsule powders in extemporaneous compounding” by Hoffmann B, Carlson C, Rao DA, accepted by the  International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding.

Author, Ciochina R, Savella C, Cote B, Chang D, Rao D. “Synthesis and Characterization of New Curcumin Derivatives as Potential Antitumor and Antioxidant Agents” Drug Development Research 75(2):88-96 2014

Author, Janssen Carlson L, Cote B, Alani AWG, Rao DA. “Polymeric micellar co-delivery of resveratrol and curcumin to mitigate in vitro doxorubicin induced cardiotoxicity” Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 103(8): 2315-22 2014

Author, Law AV, Bottenberg MM, Brozick AH, Currie JD, DiVall M, Haines ST, Jolowsky C, Koh-Knox CP, Leonard GA, Phelps SJ, Rao D, Webster A, Tablonski E. “A Checklist for the Development of Faculty Mentorship Programs” American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 78(5): Article 98 2014

Author, Hoffmann B, Carlson C, Rao DA “Assessing the use of food coloring as an appropriate visual guide for homogeneously mixed capsule powders in extemporaneous compounding” International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 18(4):341-344 2014

Author, Fortner J, Salton J, Carlson C, Wheeler R, Cote B, Rao DA “Solid State Stability of Extemporaneously Prepared Levothyroxine Aliquots and Capsules” International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 19(5):414-419 2015

Author, Rao DA, Nguyen DX, Mishra GP, Doddapaneni BS, Alani AW “Preparation and Characterization of Individual and Multi-drug Loaded Physically Entrapped Polymeric Micelles” Journal of Visual Experimentation (102), e53047, doi:10.3791/53047 (2015)

Author, Elbarbry FA, Vermehren-Schmaedick A, Rao D. “Modulation of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism in the Rat Kidney by Resveratrol: Implications for Regulation of Blood Pressure.” Pharmacologia 6(8): 360-370, 2015

Author, Cote B, Carlson LJ, Rao DA, Alani AW “Combinatorial resveratrol and quercetin polymeric micelles mitigate doxorubicin induced cardiotoxicity in vitro and in vivo.” Journal of Controlled Release 213:128-133. doi: 10.1016/j.jconrel.2015.06.040. [Epub ahead of print]

Grant, 2014-2015, SOP Research Incentive Grant as a PI in collaboration with Dr. Len Koh and Dr. Jeff Fortner on the “Development of an ophthalmic potassium dobesilate formulation for the treatment of Pterygium” for $7,000 – Awarded $ 5,000

Grant, 2014-2015, SOP Research Incentive Grant as co-PI in collaboration with Dr. Jeff Fortner on the “Solid-state stability of compounded low dose naltrexone capsules.” For $6,000 – Awarded $4,000

Presenter, Karimi R, Malabanan K, Fortner J, Todorovic A, Rao D. Promoting Awareness of Medication Errors to Facilitate Student Learning in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting (national meeting-Grapevine, TX July 2014)

Presenter, Rao DA, Fortner J, Malhotra A. Evaluation of a Team-Based Activity for a Learner Centered Acquisition of Information from Drug Package Inserts Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting (national meeting -Grapevine, TX July 2014)

Presenter, Stamper BD, Buhler AV, Harrelson JP, Malhotra A, Roberts SC, Elbarbry FA, Rao DA, Marlow C, Karimi R, Devaud LL. Development of online pharmacy prerequisites review tutorials for first year pharmacy students.  As part of the 2014 AACP Innovations in Teaching Competition Award at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting (national meeting -Grapevine, TX July 2014)

Presenter, Elbarbry FA, Rao D, Vermehre-Schmaedick A.Modulation of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism in the Rat Kidney by Resveratrol: Implications for Regulation of Blood Pressure. Poster accepted to the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (national meeting – San Diego, CA Nov 2014)

Presenter, Cote B, Plechot K, Paavala K, Ciochina R, Rao DA. Synthesis and in vitro assessment of difluoroboron complexes of curcumin for cancer treatment. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (national meeting – San Diego, CA Nov 2014)

Presenter, Chiang T, Elbarbry F, Harrelson J, Rao DA. In vitro assessment of combination natural product therapy for cancer treatment.  American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (national meeting – San Diego, CA Nov 2014)

Presenter, Cote, B, Janssen Carlson L, Rao D,  Alani AWG. Combination polyphenols in polymeric micelles mitigate doxorubicin induced cardiotoxicity. Oregon Collaborative for Integrative Medicine Conference 2015, June 12th, 2015 in Portland, OR.

Presenter, Niemela A, Koh L, Rao D. Development of an ophthalmic potassium dobesilate formulation for the treatment of pterygium. Oregon Collaborative for Integrative Medicine Conference 2015, June 12th, 2015 in Portland, OR.

Presenter, Rao, DA, Cote, B, Alani AWG. Developing and assessing a combinatorial dietary phytochemical based polymeric micellar drug delivery system as a chemotherapeutic strategy. The 42nd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society (CRS), July 26-29, 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Award, Brendan Stamper, Amber Buhler, John Harrelson, Ashim Malhotra, Sigrid Roberts, Fawzy Elbarbry, Deepa Rao, Catherine Marlow, Reza Karimi, and Leslie Devaud. 2014 AACP Innovations in Teaching Competition Award

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Beth Ross

Chair, Hillsboro Safety Committee, Pacific University, 2013-2014

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Sigrid Roberts

Author, Singh, AK, Roberts SC, Ullman B, Madhubala, R. A Quantitative Proteomics Screen to Identify Potential Drug Resistance Mechanism in a α-deflouromethylornithine (DFMO) Resistant Leishmania donovani. J. Proteomics. J. Proteomics. 2014 May 6;102:44-59

Presenter: Olenyik, T., Paradis, D., Harrelson, J., Gilroy, C., Boitz, J., Yates, P., Ullman, B., Roberts, SC. Importance of Polyamines for Leishmania Proliferation and Infectivity. Presentation given at the Seattle Parasitology Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 2014

Presenter: Olenyik, T., Paradis, D., Harrelson, J., Gilroy, C., Boitz, J., Yates, P., Ullman, B., Roberts, SC. Importance of Polyamines for Leishmania Proliferation and Infectivity. Poster presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Host-Parasite Interactions, Salve Regina, Newport, RI, June 2014

Presenter: Olenyik, T., Paradis, D., Harrelson, J., Gilroy, C., Boitz, J., Yates, P., Ullman, B., Roberts, SC. Importance of Polyamines for Leishmania Proliferation and Infectivity. Presentation given at the Third International Conference on Polyamines: Biochemical, Physiological and Clinical Perspectives, Ubatuba-SP, Brazil, September 2014

Presenter: Roberts, SC. The Polyamine Pathway of Leishmania as a Potential Therapeutic Target. Pacific University School of Pharmacy Research Seminar Series, Hillsboro, OR, November 18th, 2014

Author, "Introduction to Pharmacogenomics," in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences with Patient Care Correlations, 1st ed. by R. Karimi (editor), 2014.

Presenter, Roberts SC. The Importance of Polyamines for Leishmania donovani Proliferation and Infectivity. Invited talk at the Third International Conference on Polyamines: Biochemical, Physiological and Clinical Perspectives. Ubatuba-SP, Brazil, September 2014

Presenter, Roberts SC. The Polyamine Pathway of Leishmania as a Potential Therapeutic Target. Talk presented at the Pacific University School of Pharmacy Research Seminar Series. Hillsboro, OR, November 2014

Presenter, Paradis D., Olenyik T., Harrelson J., Roberts SC. The Effect of Polyamine Depletion on Parasite Proliferation. Poster presented by undergraduate student mentee Dustin Paradis at the Pacific University Undergraduate Research Conference. Forest Grove, OR, November 2014 

Presenter, Paradis D., Olenyik T., Harrelson J., Roberts SC. The Effect of Polyamine Depletion on Parasite Proliferation. Poster presented by undergraduate student mentee Dustin Paradis at the Murdoch College Science Undergraduate Research Conference. Vancouver, WA, November 2014

Presenter, Estrada F., Kim E., Olenyik T., Panozzo-Zenere EA, Labadie GR, and Roberts SC. The Polyamine Pathway as a Potential Therapeutic Target against Leishmaniasis. Poster presented by pharmacy student Fernando Estrada at the Oregon State Pharmacy Association Lane County Annual Meeting. Eugene, OR, February 2015

Presenter, Paradis D., Olenyik T., Harrelson J., Gilroy C., Boitz J., Yates P., Ullman B., Roberts SC. Importance of Polyamines for Leishmania Proliferation and Infectivity. Poster presented at the College of Health Professions Poster Presentation Day. Hillsboro, OR, April 2015

Presenter, Paradis D., Olenyik T., Harrelson J., Gilroy C., Boitz J., Yates P., Ullman B., Roberts SC.  Importance of Polyamines for Leishmania Proliferation and Infectivity. Poster presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Polyamines, Waterville Valley, NH, June 2015 

Grant, Roberts SC (PI). “Importance of polyamines for Leishmania proliferation and survival”, School of Pharmacy Research Incentive Grant. $5,000. July 2014-June 2015, 

Grant, Roberts SC (PI). “Transcriptomic investigation of the host response in Leishmania infections”. Pacific University Faculty Development Grant. $3,000 July 2014-June 2015

Grant, Ullman B (PI), Roberts SC (Co-I). “Polyamine Metabolism in Leishmania”. NIH/NIAID R01 AI041622, direct costs $940,000.00 (2013 – 2017, 4 years); direct costs $235,000.00 (current year).

Award, Estrada F., Kim E., Olenyik T., Panozzo-Zenere EA, Labadie GR, and Roberts SC. Second prize for poster at the Oregon State Pharmacy Association Lane County Annual Meeting, Eugene, OR, February 2015

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Edward Saito

Author, "Pharmacy Student Assessment of Medication Fall Risk Scores in an Interprofessional Fall Risk Assessment Project for Seniors," by Coover K, Schulte T, Saito E, Ryan Haddad A in The Consultant Pharmacist, 2013.

Author, Clark NP, Witt DM, Davies LE, Saito EM, McCool KH, Douketis JD, Metz KR, Delate T. Bleeding, recurrent venous thromboembolism, and mortality risks during warfarin interruption for invasive procedures. JAMA Intern Med 2015; 175:1163-68.

Presenter, Begert J, Saito E, Deines S, Foeppel MP (2014 December) Medicare annual wellness visits as a method to promote referrals for disease state management by clinical pharmacists.  Poster presented at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in Anaheim, CA.

Presenter, Saito E. “CKD: Implications for Safe and Effective Anticoagulation.” One-hour continuing education seminar presented at the Professional Society of Pharmacists (PSOP) in Portland, OR, December 3, 2013.

Representative for Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center, Healthy Columbia Willamette regional workgroup for safe opioid prescribing

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Brendan Stamper

Presenter and Award Recipient, AACP Innovations in Teaching Competition Award, 2014

Author, "Acetaminophen-induced liver damage in mice is associated with gender-specific adduction of peroxiredoxin-6," by Mohar I, Stamper BD, Rademacher PM, White CC, Nelson SD, Kavanagh TJ in Redox Biol 2014.

Author, "The utilization of online gene expression data repositories to generate testable hypotheses in the laboratory," by Stamper BD in Transcriptomics 2013.

Presenter, "Development of an online pharmacy prerequisites review tutorial," by Stamper BD, Pacific University Board of Trustees Reception, Dec 2013.

Gegenhuber B, Baugher PJ, Stamper BD. Investigating the estrogenic effects of phytocompounds present within Gaultheria shallon extract.  Murdock College Science Research Conference, Vancouver, WA; Nov 2013.

Author, Stamper BD, Garcia M, Nguyen DQ, Beyer RP, Bammler TK, Farin FM, Kavanagh TJ, Nelson SD. p53 contributes to differentiating gene expression following exposure to acetaminophen and its less hepatotoxic regioisomer both in vitro and in vivo. Gene Regulation and Systems Biology 2015 9:1-14.

Author, Park SS, Beyer RP, Smyth MD, Clarke CM, Timms AE, Bammler TK, Stamper BD, Gustafson J, Cunningham ML. Osteoblast differentiation profiles define sex specific gene expression patterns in craniosynostosis. Bone 2015 76:169-176.

Author, Stamper BD. Transcriptional profiling of reactive metabolites for elucidating toxicological mechanisms:  a case study of quioneimine-forming agents. Drug Metababolism Reviews 2015 47(1):1-11.

Presenter, Garcia M, Nguyen DQ, Stamper BD. (2015, May) Exposing a role for p53 in acetaminophen-induced liver injury. Poster presented at the Pacific University Board of Trustees Reception, Hillsboro, OR.

Presenter, Stamper BD, Buhler AV, Harrelson JP, Malhotra A, Roberts SC, Elbarbry FA, Rao DA, Marlow C, Karimi R, Devaud LL. (2014, July) Development of online pharmacy prerequisite review tutorials for first year pharmacy students. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Presenter, Hassan K, Elbarbry FA, Stamper BD. (2014, July) Comparing pharmacy education and practice in Iraq and the United States. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Presenter, Stamper BD. “Development of online pharmacy prerequisite review tutorials for first year pharmacy students” Invited seminar presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, July 2014.

Grant, Stamper BD (PI), Buhler AV (co-I), Quock RM (co-I). “Gene pathway analysis in rodent pain modulatory regions following multiple hyperbaric oxygen treatments”, Pacific University School of Pharmacy Research Incentive Grant, $4400 (2014-2015)

Grant, Roberts SR (PI), Stamper BD (co-I). “Transcriptomic investigation of the host response in Leishmania infections”, Pacific University Faculty Development Grant, $3000 (2014-2015)

Grant, Devaud LL (PI), Stamper BD (co-I), Malhotra A (co-I). “Establishment of a zebrafish colony at Pacific University to promote biomedical research in a vertebrate animal model system”, Collins Medical Trust, $30,000 (2015-2016)

Award, Stamper BD (2015) Pacific University, Junior Faculty Award

Award, Stamper BD (2015) Pacific University, Dean’s Faculty Excellence Award

Award, Stamper BD (2014) American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, AACP Innovations in Teaching Competition Award

Confirmed peer-reviewer for Gene Regulation and Systems Biology (Libertas Academica), 2015-present

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R. Brigg Turner

Author, The Clinical Management of Pancreatic Cancer. by Turner RB, Grover A, Malhotra A. in U.S. Pharmacist. 2014: 1-4.

Author, Role of Doxycycline in Clostridium difficile Infection Acquisition by Turner RB, Smith CB, Martell JL, Slain D. in Annals of Pharmacotherapy. 2014; 48(6): 772-6.

Author, Colistin Dosing: What is the Current Approach? by Turner RB, Slain D. in Making a Difference in Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy. 2014; 4(1): 5-15.

Author, Turner RB, Slain D, Petros K, Keller LA, Sarwari AR. Clinical outcomes following hospital-wide implementation of prolonged-infusion cefepime and ceftazidime. Int J Antimicrob Agents 2015;46:129-30.

Author, Turner RB, Martello JL, Malhotra A. Worsening renal function in patients with baseline renal impairment treated with intravenous voriconazole: A systematic review. Int J Antimicrob Agents 2015; epub ahead of print. doi: 10.1016/j.ijantimicag.2015.05.023 

Author, Bolus J, Turner RB. Prolonged-infusion dosing of beta-lactam antibiotics. US Pharm 2015;40(4):HS19-23.

Author, Turner RB, Grover A, Malhotra A. The Clinical Management of Pancreatic Cancer. US Pharm 2014;39(9, Supp):8-11.

Author, Jordan J, Turner RB, Woo TM. “Chapter 24: Drugs Used in Treating Infectious Diseases.” In Woo TM, Wynne AL, eds. Pharmacotherapeutics for Nurse Practitioner Prescribers. 4th Edition, FA Davis Company: Philadelphia, PA, 2015.

Grant, Effect of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation on Antimicrobial Pharmacokinetics in Critically-Ill Adults Patients (ECMO-APK)

Grant, Turner RB, Chang E, Michaels A, Wanek S, Kojiro K, Grover V, Elbarbry F. 

Grant, Pacific University Faculty Development Award: $3000

Presenter, Turner RB, Valcarlos E, Won R. Impact of infectious diseases consultation and polymerase chain reaction on clinical outcomes of Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia at a community health system. [abstract] Presented at the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, September 2015, San Diego, CA.  

Presenter, Bath S, Turner RB, Lines J, Malhotra A, Loeffler A.  Impact of standardization of duration of antibiotic prophylaxis for prevention of surgical site infections in pediatric cardiac surgery. [abstract, platform] Presented at the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, September 2015, San Diego, CA.  

Presenter, Chavez B, Turner RB, Hughes J, Wegrzyn N, Fortner J, Fuentes D. The progression of electronic health record implementation into a pharmacy curriculum. [abstract] Presented at Monash University International Pharmacy Education Symposium, July 2015, Prata, Italy.

Presenter, Chavez B, Turner RB, Wegrzyn N, Bradley B, Marcus K. Implementation of a simulated electronic health record in a PharmD program: successes and challenges. [abstract] Presented at the AACP Annual Meeting, July 2015, Washington DC.

Presenter, Rizzo C, Patel R, Jordan J, Turner RB. Incidence of mortality for Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia and opportunities for antimicrobial stewardship interventions at a community-based teaching health-system. [abstract 2-356]. 49th Midyear Clinical Meeting, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; Anaheim, CA: December, 2014.

Presenter, Trang L, Ta M, Turner RB. Duration of therapy guideline: Impact on antibacterial utilization. [abstract 2-362]. 49th Midyear Clinical Meeting, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; Anaheim, CA: December, 2014.

Presenter, Bath S, Lines J, Loeffler A, Turner RB. Retrospective evaluation of duration of antibiotic prophylaxis in preventing surgical site infections in pediatric cardiac surgery. [abstract 2-341]. 49th Midyear Clinical Meeting, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; Anaheim, CA: December, 2014.

Presenter, Brazeal T, Battles G, Wegrzyn N, Erickson J, Turner RB, Marcus K. Effects on ASCVD risk score in a student-run hypertension monitoring program [abstract 2-343]. 49th Midyear Clinical Meeting, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; Anaheim, CA: December, 2014.

Presenter, Turner RB, Cumpston A, Sweet M, Briggs F, Slain D, Wen S, Craig M, Hamadani M, Petros W. A Prospective, Controlled Study of Acyclovir Pharmacokinetics in Obese Patients [abstract A-707]. 54th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, American Society of Microbiology; Washington, DC: September 2014.

Presenter, Turner RB, Cummiskey B, Kojiro K, Chang E, Michaels A. Vancomycin Pharmacokinetics in Adult Patients Receiving Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation [A-1313]. 54th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, American Society of Microbiology; Washington, DC: September 2014.

Surgical prophylaxis in pediatric cardiac surgery. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: September 2015.

Vancomycin dosing by area under the curve (AUC). Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: September 2015.

Clinical outcomes of Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia stratified by ID consult and evaluation of rPCR. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: March 2015.

Cefepime dosing and susceptible-dose-dependent reporting. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: March 2015.

Bactrim and risk of sudden death; interaction with ACEI or aldosterone antagonist. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: March 2015.

Ceftolozane/tazobactam (Zerbaxa®) monograph. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: March 2015.

Ceftazidime/avibactam (Avycaz®) monograph. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: March 2015.

Oritavancin (Orbactiv®) and dalbavancin (Dalvance®) monographs. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: March 2015.

Peramivir (Rapivab®) monograph. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: January 2015.

Prolonged infusion dosing of cefepime, meropenem, and piperacillin-tazobactam. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: October 2014.

Efficacy of high dose versus standard dose influenza vaccine in adults > 65 years old. Prepared for Antimicrobial Stewardship Subcommittee, Legacy Health System; Portland, Oregon: October 2014.

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Sarah White

Promoted to Associate Professor, July 2014

Received ASHP Best Practices Award, 2014 for "Implementation and Successes of an Inpatient Medication Therapy Management Program" by Sarah E. White, PharmD, BCPS, RPh; Deborah L. Sanchez, PharmD, BCPS, RPh

Presenter, Palmer K, White S. (2015, April) Learning interprofessionalism while providing sustainable health services in Nicaragua. Poster presented at Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists Annual Seminar, Sunriver, Oregon.

Presenter, Sanchez D, White S. (2015, April) Optimizing patient care and financial reimbursement for inpatient medication therapy management. Poster presented at Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists Annual Seminar, Sunriver, Oregon.

Presenter, White S, Davis-Risen S, Boggis T. (2015, March) Development of an interprofessional international experience course for health profession students. Poster presented at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.

Presenter, White S, Sanchez D. (2014, December) Implementation and successes of an inpatient medication therapy management program. Poster presented at the 2014 Best Practice Poster Reception at American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, Anaheim, California.

Presenter, Estrada F, Ijo I, Rabinovitch R, White S. (2014, December) Impact of pharmacy intern leadership in intravenous to oral antimicrobial step-down therapeutic recommendations for antimicrobial stewardship program. Poster presented at American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, Anaheim, California.

Award, White S, Sanchez D. (2014) American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Best Practices Award in Health-System System Pharmacy. For topic: Implementation and successes of an inpatient medication therapy management program.

White S. (2015) Peer Reviewer for Journal, Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning

White S. (2015) CV Reviewer for American College of Clinical Pharmacy Online Curriculum Vitae Review Service.

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