In 2019, the Marianne F. Ivey Leadership Development Fund was created to enhance pharmacists’ impact as direct-patient-care providers, according to ASHP.   Algebr. She was a supremely competent scholar and athlete, yet always willing to take a novice climbing or listen to another idea. Bill is continually called upon to provide background and insight to the Board of Pharmacy, pharmacy legal cases, and ethical discussions. Multi-variable Calculus (Fall 2014). LÆ°Æ¡ng Minh. As a Clinical Assistant Professor, he helped precept many students. Pharmacy, 1997 Pharmacist & Washington State Representative We educate and equip individuals to manage their money, pave a financial legacy, and become successful business owners. As a Russian immigrant with limited financial ability, Kate has seen firsthand how an education can open new doors. I will be teaching Math 697 (Topics in Topology) in Winter 2021. He now works for Safeway Pharmacy. watch me lose my mind over history and have mini mukbangs. degree to an entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy degree program and added a nontraditional approach that enabled existing pharmacists to obtain the Pharm.D. She delivered hundreds of invited presentations throughout the US and Canada, mentored numerous professionals, fellows, residents and pharmacy students and provided care to thousands of patients at the UWMC Anticoagulation Clinic. Claire passed away in November of 2003. She held pharmacy licenses for 50 years in OR, WA and ND. L.D. Vandana grew up in northern British Columbia, Canada. “I always encourage students to get involved in leadership opportunities while in school. Lara grew up in Eastern Europe, and is keenly aware of the impact that limited financial resources can have on students’ ability to succeed. A leader in chemistry, Alice Ball embodies the boundless spirit of discovery and adventure characteristic of the University of Washington and the School of Pharmacy. Most of his work is still based in Africa. MIT. Over time, they started depending on me for medical advice.” These individuals include such celebrities as Robin Williams, Robert Redford, Woody Allen, Danny Thomas, Vivian Vance and Sterling Hayden. In evaluating health policy issues, she has developed computer models to evaluate the economic impact of trends in clinical trial design, changes in reimbursement policies, a new financing scheme to spur drug development for ultra-rare conditions, and the societal value of alternative approaches to identifying drug safety problems. His work with Elmer Plein led him to discover a love of hospital pharmacy. 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. One final note, our son, Sohrob, is now an undergraduate student in a different part of the campus. 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. Susan was Executive Director, Washington State Board of Pharmacy, from 2009 to 2012. In the early 1980s, Casey and his family planted the founding blocks of their future winery, 21 acres of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Dr. Bush has 37 years of experience working in the field of biomedical R&D, driving development of innovative therapies for treatment of human diseases. degree. During his 50-year career as a pharmacy owner and clinical pharmacist, he always found a way to support his communities. Amer. Judi Tawney graduated from the UW School of Pharmacy in 1962. During her time as co-chair, she raised more money for pharmacy students than had previously ever been raised. 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. Wilson, co-chair of the School’s 2000-2008 campaign, presented the idea to his class at their 35th reunion. He also owned Woodinville Medical Center Pharmacy, a pharmacy he opened in 1991, prior to selling the pharmacy to fellow SOP alumnus, Steve Singer. At Kelley-Ross Pharmacy, he helped develop immunization and chronic disease state screening and management programs. He served on the Vestry of Epiphany Parish in Seattle, and as the Senior Warden in 2017-2018. Tim became the first pharmacist in his family but his daughters continue the Husky tradition. Vietnam. Yamamura was internationally known for his scholarly research. As a graduate student, Dr. Endres was appointed to the PPDM Executive Committee of the AAPS. LÆ°Æ¡ng Minh 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. In 2005, she won the Gibaldi Excellence in Teaching Award. When Dean Charles Johnson stepped down in 1939, Dean Goodrich inherited the School, which at the time was well regarded and administratively stable. I was fortunate to find faculty mentors like Drs. Give to support future Husky Pharmacists in honor of George here. In June 2018, she retired as Director of Anticoagulation Services at UW Medicine Department of Pharmacy and Clinical Professor of Pharmacy at UW School of Pharmacy. Peggy Odegard, BS Pharm, PharmD, CDE, is Associate Dean for Professional Pharmacy education, Professor in the Department of Pharmacy, and an active pharmacist practitioner. After earning his B.S. ▪ On the Upsilon invariant of fibered knots and right-veering open books 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. From 9/2019 – 7/2020: Linh Truong is interested in low-dimensional manifolds, knot theory, and contact and symplectic geometry. She is a key investigator in the development of a “kidney on a chip” microphysiological system that can be used in preclinical drug development. He works diligently to teach and mentor student pharmacists to become leaders in health care and has been very committed to training UWSOP APPE/IPPE students and interns. She is also interested in the implementation and evaluation of innovative pharmacy practice models in the care of older adults. Recent; Schools + Programs . [arXiv]. That motivates me to advance my study and career in science research. He has a strong interest in developing drugs for new areas in which there is currently a lack of therapeutic agents or in areas in which there is the need to develop new drugs with fewer side effects. “Don exemplifies the meaning of teaching by example and is a major contributor to the professional development of our pharmacy graduates…. Growing up the son of a pharmacist in Tacoma, Richard spent his high school years working at the family store, Nelson Drug Company, before pursuing his own Pharmacy degree at the University of Washington in 1962. Hansen is a fellow in the American College of Apothecaries, and a member of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research and the Washington State Pharmacy Association. 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.”. She is Immediate Past President of the Hospital Pharmacy Section of FIP and hosted pharmacists from Nigeria and India through FIP Pharmabridge. Shirl was a teacher at a private middle school and manages rental property. He was a warm, inspirational, and joyful soul who brought kindness and generosity to his extended family, which includes 5 children, 7 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. In 1998, Larry became Director of Drug Metabolism Enabling Technologies at Pharmacia & Upjohn and in 2002 became Executive Director of Pharmacokinetics, Dynamics and Metabolism at Pfizer. [arXiv]. College membership honors those who have made outstanding contributions to “engineering and medicine research, practice, or education” and to “the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology, making major advancements in traditional fields of medical and biological engineering, or developing/implementing innovative approaches to bioengineering education.”. Kathlyn McDonough, ‘80, ‘93, and her husband Dennis Yamamoto have generously established support for UWSOP students and research.