Professional life. Throughout his career in industry, Mark has contributed to 38 peer reviewed manuscripts and 4 book chapters. As they say, if you are the smartest person in the room, you are in the wrong room… and I was definitely not in the wrong room. His research has focused on the areas of managed-care pharmacy, long-term care and technology. As one of the “charter deans” of the Division of Health Sciences, Goodrich was involved in planning for the new Health Sciences Building and lobbied intensively, although unsuccessfully, to secure a pharmacy wing on the new structure. Currently the Clinical Pharmacy Manager and Residency Program Director for Kaiser Permanente, Beth’s career has been dedicated to improving the quality and safety of patient care; advancing the profession of pharmacy and ambulatory clinical pharmacy services; and training and educating the next generation of pharmacists. She is also a board certified ambulatory care pharmacist and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. I was fortunate to find faculty mentors like Drs. Cate is the Executive Director at Biologics and Biosimilars Collective Intelligence Consortium. He sets aside resources for faculty bridge support; he actively mentors young faculty with leadership potential, and he supports staff enrichment by securing funds for Professional & Organization Development programs, and other similar educational programs. She is a member of the Leadership Board for the Montana Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and serves as a community educator for that group. It was at UW that I really started my passion for advancing the practice.” He has collaborated with UW faculty and WSPA leadership for years to educate Washington state legislators on the benefits of having pharmacists as paid providers. studies at the UW, Will worked extensively with several university spin-outs to help them launch. For her research accomplishments she was named a Fellow of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) in 2009. with Irving Dai, Jennifer Hom, and Matthew Stoffregen. This yearâs winner is Jacob Olmedo of Parson School of Design . She was elected to Bellevue City Council. He is well known as a collaborative investigator in drug metabolism research, with an emphasis on glucuronidation. After graduating from Seattle High School, she became one of the first African-American women to study at the UW School of Pharmacy in 1910. A graduate of the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Don teaches on topics including legislative advocacy, leadership and ethics and is a prolific advocate for pharmacists, patients and underserved populations. Linh has 6 jobs listed on their profile. I am fortunate to be surrounded with topnotch scientists that I call my colleagues on daily basis. Hope was an ardent supporter of women in science, an accomplished skier, climber and competitive rower. CHOICE, 2004. died in 1954, Jim became president of the company. Marianne is Professor Emerita at the University of Cincinnati. Nanci also served as an AAAS Emerging Leaders in Science and Society mentor, an APTR Paul Ambrose Scholar mentor and advisor to many student organizations. Linh Truong for WFG. Ken’s laboratory is currently working in the areas of in vitro and in vivo drug metabolism, models for drug absorption, drug transport, time dependent inhibition, and human pharmacokinetics prediction. To appear in the Proceedings Volume of the 2019 Research Collaboration Prior to accepting his appointment as dean at WSU, Dr. Fassett was professor and chair of pharmacy practice at Drake University in Des Moines, IA (1994-99), and was formerly associate professor of pharmacy at the University of Washington in Seattle. Give to the Odegard Practice Enrichment Fund. Board certified in geriatric pharmacy, Dr. Hudgins has specialized in that area of pharmacy practice for nearly forty years, with the majority of her teaching, service and scholarly activity having to do with older adults. One of the founders of the “Norwegian Pharmacists Association,” Jim imbues humor into all he does, including this association. He worked at the University of Michigan Hospital as a pharmacist until he could afford to move his family to safety in Michigan, where they lived out the war. [arXiv]. Being a staunch supporter of pharmacy and his community, Dave served as President of WSPA as well as the Fife-Milton Rotary Club. Topol. She has been named an ACCP Fellow, and previously honored for her work in quality improvement, patient safety, teaching, and excellence in clinical practice. Managed care and integrated delivery organizations have devoted significant resources to develop an infrastructure that makes possible active surveillance of biosimilars in distributed research networks. His legacy of innovation in Pharmacy lives on with his annual Phil and Sandra Nudelman Lecture and the Phil and Sandra Nudelman Endowed Diversity Scholarship. There was a real sense of community and this stemmed from the respect that existed among the faculties. Over one-third of his classmates helped create the Class of 1969 Endowed Scholarship. The March 2008 UW Columns Magazine highlighted Al James, his path to success, and his gift back to the UW School of Pharmacy. Jim mentored more than 100 pharmacy students throughout his 40-year career. He is the current President of the Centralia Providence Hospital Foundation Board and a member of the Twin City Rotary Board of Directors, the Southwest Washington Dance Center Board of Directors, and the Lewis County Community Concert Association Board of Directors. The Co-CORx project sparked his interest in innovation, which became the cornerstone of his career. Deb works extensively in partnership and advisory roles with many global health agencies including Gavi, UNICEF, the World Health Organization, the Pan American Health Organization, and the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation. She received her PharmD degree from UW SOP in 1997. George was nothing short of a passionate person, known throughout his life for his caring nature. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Linh (Leticia)âs connections and jobs at similar companies. She arrived in the Seattle area at the age of 15 and enrolled at Federal Way High School despite not knowing the English language. This work includes the characterization of genetic variation and environmental factors that predict drug response and toxicity. following a period at the University of Washington, he founded Medeval, a clinical pharmacology CRO, which was acquired by ICON in 2003. He is Past-President of the Washington State Pharmacy Association, and has been active in local, state, and national organizations for many years. The research is conducted to Dr. Paine leads the Center of Excellence for Natural Product-Drug Interaction Research, a multidisciplinary effort involving clinical pharmacologists, natural products chemists, and health informaticists to provide leadership in the study of these complex interactions. Ivey has been ASHP President, Chairman of the HOD, member of the Commission on Goals and the Commission on Credentialing and Treasurer of ASHP and the ASHP Research and Education Foundation. “I definitely do miss practicing, but I like thinking about the system broadly.” Born in Billings Montana, Joan displayed a lifelong commitment to supporting pharmacy students in need. Beau Chiba, ’18, is the sixth member of his family to attend UWSOP and his family’s story echoes the social, political, and economic ups and downs of the last century. Vietnam. Bill received the Alumnus of the Year Award from the UW School of Pharmacy in 2001, and he remained with the University of Washington until his retirement in 2004. Mingshe frequently gives lectures and conference talks on drug metabolism at ASMS, EAS, ACS, CACO and CPSA. Shane initially fell in love with organic chemistry while studying under Dr. Clarita Bhat at Shoreline Community College. Vietnam. Joseph’s main research interest is improving access to safe and cost-effective diagnostic technologies, medicines, and healthcare delivery platforms in low-income countries. Jed is an Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Currently, a community pharmacist, Barbara has had the opportunity to provide a variety of pharmacy services as a Certified Diabetes educator, an anticoagulation therapy management provider, a family practice clinic pharmacist and a pharmacy manager. Prior to her work at the UW, served as the Clinical Pharmacy Manager for a regional health system, where she gained substantial experience and training in organizational leadership, change management, and with quality improvement and implementation of pharmacy practice services. with Diana Hubbard, Keiko Kawamuro, Feride Ceren Kose, Gage Martin, Give to the Claire G. and Lars A. Hennum endowed Scholarship for Pharmacy Leadership Fund. When she mentors younger pharmacists, she reminds them that our job as pharmacists is to educate our patients to make better choices for a healthy life. In addition, she has an interest in the scholarship of teaching and learning. ▪ On the Upsilon invariant of fibered knots and right-veering open books He and his wife, Cherie, created the Joan Nelson Endowed Fund in honor of Dean Emeritus Sid Nelson’s wife Joan, who was instrumental in creating the pharmacy alumni community we know today. 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.”. 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. Her awards include: the National Association of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA)-American Pharmacists (APhA) Bowl of Hygeia Award (Washington), the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Nexus Award ( a team award that “recognizes an educational institution, health system, clinic, and/or community organization for extraordinary contributions to transform care delivery, improve health outcomes and decrease costs”), the UW School of Pharmacy Distinguished Alumni Award for Pharmacy Practice, the Washington State Pharmacy Association Bill Mueller Mentor Award, the Milo Gibaldi Excellence in Teaching Award, the University of Washington HUB Adviser of the Year Award, and the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists Outstanding Advisor of the Year Award. After graduating from the UW School of Pharmacy in 1972, Donna Dockter and partner Holly Whitcomb Henry opened View Ridge Pharmacy in 1987. Alice was born in Seattle in 1892. The spark in the new building had brought new energy to me and all the faculties and students alike. Today, Sea Mar is one of western Washington’s largest providers of community-based health and human services, including community and migrant primary medical and dental care, obstetrics and gynecology, minor outpatient surgery, laboratory and radiology services, outpatient and inpatient behavioral health and substance abuse treatment services, social services and case management, maternity support services, migrant and homeless support services, health education and nutrition programs, pharmacy services, community- and facility-based long-term care services, child care, low-income and migrant farm worker housing, and youth education and leadership programs. Dr. Nanci Murphy’s past roles at the University of Washington include, Collaborative Practice Specialist, Co-Director of the Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education, Research and Practice, and Associate Dean and Director of Student Leadership Programs for the School of Pharmacy. Sid was a very special person and mentor for many of us. Juan also was one of the founding member for Sea-Mar health clinics. From founding the Walk for Rice, a fundraising walk to support the Asian Counseling and Referral Service food bank, to donating his expertise to the Rainier Vista Clinic Pharmacy where he sourced low-cost drugs for in-need communities, Herbert was always dedicated to his community. 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. To appear in Geom. She enjoys skiing, river rafting, and playing outside with her with her husband, Jed and their 3 kids, Marilyn, Porter, and Eloise. But he doesn’t stop there. 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. Michael L. Brandt is the Medical Science Liaison with Janssen Oncology, where he specializes in hematologic malignancies, research, and KOL engagement. Cate has been active in AMCP since she was a pharmacy student, including competing in the student pharmacy and therapeutics (P&T) competitions, and serving as student chapter president at the University of Washington. Allan Rettie and Sidney Nelson. (Fall 2018, Fall 2017), Princeton University 355 likes. He was selected as an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow and honored for fundamental studies on the structural and stereo-chemical requirements of adrenergic drugs interacting in the CNS and peripheral nervous systems (2001). was a gifted pharmacist and businessman who needed a partner who could help him with marketing and business expansion. Lars is a UW School of Pharmacy graduate from 1943. with Hari Bercovici and Wingsuet Li. Pharmacy, 1949 In 1973, they developed a nursing home pharmacy course at the School of Pharmacy and Foss Home, a nursing home, with the help of a graduate student. Give to support their scholarship fund here. One of Larry’s long-standing research interests is focused on exploring bioactivation pathways associated with small molecule drug metabolism with particular focus on the prospective application of this information to predict drug-drug interactions in the clinic. In 2002, Rochon joined the WSPA as director of professional development. Learn more: https://sop.washington.edu/inventing-blistex/. 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. 530 Church Street At BMS, Mitch provided testimony to Congress on the role of the pharmaceutical industry in supporting financial models of value-based care. As an alumnus and emeritus faculty member, Bill stayed active with the School of Pharmacy, its faculty and staff. Shirl was a teacher at a private middle school and manages rental property. Among the 2008 honorary graduates were Nibs and Mary Morio. There has been considerable research related to impaired glucose metabolism in the brain leading to Alzheimer’s disease symptoms and progression. A graduate of the class of 1977, Rod Shafer served as CEO of the Washington State Pharmacy Association (WSPA) for 15 years. In the early 1980s, Casey and his family planted the founding blocks of their future winery, 21 acres of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Washington State Pharmacy Association named Singer its Pharmacist of the Year in 1993. In 2014, Duane married Shirl Taylor-Miller and gained a new stepson Charles Taylor Hodum (married to Nikki). She serves on editorial advisory boards for Value in Health and Health Services Research.