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October 2018 Vol. 2 No. 6

We are now entering our second full month of the new academic year.  I hope everyone is settling in and finding a good rhythm for the semester.

I want to thank you all for your response to Hurricane Florence last month.  Thankfully, our campuses in Chapel Hill and Asheville were spared the primary impact of Hurricane Florence. Unfortunately, many of our colleagues, family members, friends, and fellow citizens across the state of North Carolina were not as fortunate.  Many of you responded by participating in the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Donation Drive and/or donating your time and money to help out. Thank you for your generous support.

I also want to thank everyone in the Office of Curricular and Student Affairs and the Office for Experiential Education who worked diligently to make sure that all of our students were safe and that class and preceptor schedules were quickly updated to keep the semester on track.  Job well done.

As a reminder, the next phase of renovation of Beard Hall is underway. While the primary focus of the renovation will be the 2nd Floor of Beard, there also will be impact on the 1st Floor, 3rd Floor and the attic (mechanical space).  The renovation project will take about 12 months, and provide us with new classroom and office spaces and conveniences that will further enhance the educational experiences and work environment.  For your safety, we ask that you follow directional/informational signs where displayed and please do not enter construction areas.  If you have questions or as concerns arise, please direct those through Andrew Clapper (Beard 109) or Caroline Martin (Beard 100).

University Day will be held on Friday, October 12th, at 10:00 a.m. in Memorial Hall to mark the University’s birthday. Two hundred and twenty five years ago, William Richardson Davie and fellow trustees laid the cornerstone of the first building, Old East. Everyone is encouraged to participate in the formal processional, and march with our School with appropriate approval.  Participants who have sent in their RSVP to  should meet at the Old Well at 9:30 a.m. (rain location: Gerrard Hall).  Find out more details about the event at  I look forward to seeing many of you on October 12th.

The Chancellor and the Board of Trustees have been asked by the UNC System Board of Governors to PROVIDE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE DISPOSITION AND PRESERVATION OF Silent Sam November 15, 2018.  You can provide feedback about the statue’s future by submitting your ideas to

Finally, we have the search underway for the Executive Vice Dean-Chief Operating Officer (the position formerly held by Rick Wernoski), with the goal of filling this position in the next few months. I will provide an update soon regarding next steps in the Dean’s search. In the meantime, I want to thank each of you – faculty, staff, students, and fellows – for all that each of you continue to do to support the School.

Dhiren Thakker
Ferguson Distinguished Professor
Interim Dean

School News

UNC to Apply Machine Learning, AI to Improve Battlefield Medicine

The University of North Carolina will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to help ensure that military health care providers are better prepared to handle the evolving conditions and traumatic injuries seen on the battlefield.

The Department of Defense has awarded a grant of $1.6 million to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy to fund the two-year project. The military has asked the research team for an analytical tool that can evaluate real-world patient data to predict the skills, training and patient care guidelines that military health care workers will need in different scenarios.

UNC AAPS Chapter Receives National Award

The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists awarded the 2018 AAPS Student Chapter award to students at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy.

The award, which comes with a $1,000 prize, recognizes student AAPS chapters that have provided exceptional service and outreach over the course of the year.

The UNC student chapter has nearly 200 members in both the Pharm.D. and Ph.D. programs, said chapter president Daisy Zhu, Pharm.D.

“AAPS hopes to bridge the gap between Pharm.D. and Ph.D. students at the School,” Zhu said. “We encourage contact and communication between students, because talking and learning about others’ research and being exposed to new ideas is an important skill to have in the scientific community.”

In First-of-Its-Kind Partnership, China Scholarship Council Sends Three Pharm.D. Students to UNC

Three Pharm.D. students from China began classes at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy this September, thanks to a first-of-its-kind scholarship partnership.

The students are supported financially by the China Scholarship Council, which signed a five-year agreement with the School last year. The partnership is the first the CSC has had with any pharmacy school.

Feiyun Ma, Xiaorui Fu and Lirong Yang are the first of as many as 35 Pharm.D. students who can earn scholarships from CSC to attend the School over the next five years. The organization will also offer up to 25 Ph.D. scholarships during this timespan. The seats occupied by CSC students are in addition to the School’s normal enrollment.

In 2016, the CSC provided financial assistance to approximately 110,000 Chinese citizens studying abroad, as well as to foreign citizens studying in China.“We have 300 different agreements in place with various universities and businesses around the world,” said Jinghui Liu, Ph.D., secretary-general of the CSC. “This is our first partnership with a school of pharmacy, and it will create a special model for education in pharmacy teaching, research and practice.”

Crona Awarded AACP Research Institute Futures Grant

Daniel Crona, Pharm.D., Ph.D., an assistant professor at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy in the Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics, was awarded the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Research Institute Futures Grant Junior Investigator Award.

Crona received the award and a $30,000 grant from the ACCP Research Institute for his proposal, “A Prospective Multi-Dose Study of Apixaban in Nephrotic Syndrome Patients.”

“Currently, there is no established standard of care prophylactic for venous thromboembolic events in nephrotic syndrome patients,” Crona said. “However, direct oral anticoagulants, apixaban in particular, are appealing options for thromboprophylaxis. There is an unmet need to establish a standard of care to be used in primary prevention of VTE in nephrotic syndrome patients.”

Students Offer Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion at Symposium

Pharm.D. Students Advocate for Pharmacy Profession in Washington

UNC’s Phi Delta Chi Raises Over $14,000 for St. Jude, Most in Country

Kathleen Thomas Joins DPOP at Tenure-Track Associate Professor


In the News

Patients’ stem cells could be a promising drug delivery tool for pediatric brain tumors | Brain Tumour Research — Shawn Hingtgen, Ph.D.

UNC to create next generation, ultra-long-acting antiretroviral formulations | EurekAlert! — Rahima Benhabbour, Ph.D.

Doctor-patient discussions neglect potential harms of lung cancer screening, study finds | JAMA Internal Medicine —Jennifer Elston Lafata, Ph.D.

School Updates

Are you an untenured assistant or associate professor looking for support for a research or scholarly project? 

The Provost’s Office is now accepting applications for competitive Junior Faculty Development Awards paid from IBM and R.J. Reynolds Industries funds.  These $10,000 awards are to be expended during the period beginning January 1, 2019 and ending December 31, 2019.

Any permanent, full-time, salaried member of the faculty without tenure who holds the rank of assistant professor or associate professor is eligible to apply.  Research assistant and associate professors, and clinical assistant and associate professors may also apply.

The terms of these awards and the application process is described on the website of the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost at:

How to Report Issues with the School Website

This is just a reminder that you can report issues with the website, ask questions and request changes and additions by completing the online form at Once you submit the form, you will receive a confirmation email and someone from the Office of Marketing and Communications will be in touch with you. If you do not receive an automatic email confirmation, your request did not go through, and we ask that you resubmit it.

If you aren’t able to access the website, you can email Grayson Mendenhall at Please use the online form whenever possible to ensure you receive the best service possible.

New University State Service Recognition Program

The Office of Human Resources is pleased to announce the new University State Service Recognition Program in partnership with UNC Students Stores. Each employee reaching a service milestone will receive an email communication congratulating them on their state service and to select their gift. These tokens of appreciation are just a small way Carolina acknowledges the reliance that the University places on faculty and staff to support and further its mission. Complete information about the new program is available at  In addition, you can view the website employees will use to select their gift at

New Hires

Shweta Pathak, Ph.D., M.P.H., has joined the Center for Medication Optimization as a research associate in health services research. Pathak received her Ph.D. and M.P.H. at the University of Texas School of Public Health in Houston. Her research is focused around increasing and promoting value in healthcare through the study of health care policy, quality of care and outcomes research. Before joining CMO, she worked as a biostatistician at the Center for Healthcare Data at the University of Texas School of Public Health.

Bethany Latham has been hired as a research technician in the Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics. Latham graduated from North Carolina State University in May with a B.S. in genetics. She worked previously as a research technician at NCSU in the lab of Trudy Mackay, Ph.D., M.S., and at the David Murdock Research Institute in Kannapolis, North Carolina.

Kathleen Thomas, Ph.D., M.P.H., has been hired as an associate professor in DPOP, working from the School’s Asheville satellite campus. Thomas comes to the School from UNC’s Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, where she serves as the associate director of the NRSA training program in health services research for pre- and post-doctoral fellows. She earned her Ph.D. in health economics from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health and her M.P.H. in health policy from Yale University. Thomas’ research interests include improving access to care for underserved and minority populations with mental health needs, as well as disability policy and childhood autism.

Carolyn Thorpe, Ph.D., M.P.H., has joined DPOP as an associate professor with tenure. Thorpe earned her Ph.D. at UNC Gillings School of Public Health in 2006 and her M.P.H. in epidemiology at George Washington University in 2001. Thorpe comes to the School from the University of Pittsburgh, where she helped establish a new graduate program track in pharmaceutical outcomes and policy research, as well as a postdoctoral fellowship in medication safety and pharmacy outcomes, in collaboration with the VA. Thorpe’s research program focuses on pharmaceutical policy, treatment decisions, quality and safety of prescribing and medication adherence in older patients faced with the demands of managing multiple conditions.

Pam Case-Gustafson has joined the School as a part time Events Coordinator within the Marketing and Communications Department to help plan, manage and optimize Schoolwide events. Pam is the owner of an events management company and has experience working with the University and UNC Children’s Hospital on event planning and execution.

Resources is the website to visit for information on the School’s internal processes and procedures, including finance, administration and operations. There you’ll find resources such as the School’s master calendar and travel and purchasing workflows.

Need Help?

Social Media

Find the School on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you’re curious about incorporating social media into your role at the School, contact the Office of Marketing and Communications for a consultation by going to and filling out a request form.

Continuing Education

Opportunities for continuing education credits are available through the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Postgraduate/Continuing Education (PGCE) Program as well as through the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Certification on Select UNC Cancer Network Lectures. 

Upcoming Events

Oct. 17 Employee Photo Session

Oct. 15-27 Fall 2018 Rx Writing Challenge: CIPhER Writing Cafe 

Oct. 23 Medicare and Part D: Now and Later 

Oct. 23 View ‘Resilience’ film on Adverse Childhood Experiences

Nov. 2-3 UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Alumni Weekend 

Nov. 3 LEAD

Nov. 5 AAPS UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Alumni & Friends Reception 

Nov. 27 Information Session Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program

Nov. 28 Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Certification on Select UNC Cancer Network Lectures “Understanding and Treating Anxiety & Depression in Patients and Families with Advanced Cancer” 

New Grants

  • Daniel Crona, ACCP Research Institue, A Prospective Multi-dose Study of Apixaban in Nephrotic Syndrome Patients, $30,000
  • Alexander Tropsha, NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), Biomedical Data Translator Technical Feasibility Assessment of Reasoning Tool (OT2), $586,808
  • Albert Bowers, NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), Chemoenzymatic Synthesis, Mode of Action and Evolution of Natural Product-based Macrocycles, $383,398
  • Carolyn Thorpe University of Pittsburgh De-prescribing of Anti-dementia Medications, $10,749
  • Alexander Tropsha, NIH National Cancer Institute (NCI), Drug Repurposing for Cancer Therapy: From Man to Molecules to Man, $335,618
  • Elena Batrakova, University of Western Ontario (Western University), Evaluating the neuroprotective potential of CAT-SKL in a pre-clinical model of AD, $26,533
  • Jian Liu, NIH National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), In vitro synthesis of recombinant heparan sulfate, $485,396
  • Soumya Benhabbour, NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Innovative 3D Printed Intravaginal Rings: Reengineering Multipurpose Intravaginal Rings for Prevention of HIV, STIs and Unintended Pregnancy, $463,824
  • Kim Brouwer, NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), Mechanisms of Altered Hepatic Transport: Impact on Drug Therapy, $34,978
  • Delesha Carpenter, Research Triangle Institute (RTI International), Mitigating the health outcomes associated with the Injection Drug Use Epidemic in Southern Appalachia through the development of a sustainable linkage to care program, $43,201
  • Mackenzie Cottrell, Brigham and Womens Hospital, Morse Vorinostat Study, $43,246
  • Leaf Huang, NIH National Cancer Institute (NCI) Nano Approaches to Modulate Host Cell Response for Cancer Therapy   $94,482
  • Merrie Mosedale, SciKon Innovation Inc, SBIR: Standardization of a Fluidic In Vitro Exposure System for IVIVE Predictive Toxicity Data, $73,214
  • Sam Lai, Mucommune, LLC, SBIR: Sustained vaginal delivery of monoclonal antibodies for preventing HIV transmission, $61,235
  • Carrie Blanchard, Geisinger Clinic, Service Agreement with Geisinger Clinic, $26,164
  • Philip Smith, AstraZeneca UK Limited, Targeted Quantitative Proteomics Analysis of Transporter Proteins in Membrane Fractions Isolated from Transfected Cell Cultures, $10,740
  • Stacy Bailey, Northwestern University, Testing a medication risk communication and surveillance strategy: The EMC2 Trial, $8,755
  • Samantha Pattenden, NIH National Cancer Institute (NCI), Application of Enhanced Cavitation to enable DNA and Chromatin Extraction from Archived Tissues, $370,351
  • Jennifer Elston Lafata, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), Unveiling the role of physician implicit bias and communication behaviors in dissatisfaction, mistrust, and non-adherence in Black patients with Type 2 diabetes, $54,284
  • Mackenzie Cottrell, Chimerix, Inc., Work Order 5_Services with respect to the method development and linearity evaluation for CMX001 in mouse tissue and kidney and mouse tissue sample analysis, $153,689

New Publications


Bowers, A.A. The substrate lends a hand (2018), Nature Chemical Biology, 14(10), pp. 907-908. DOI: 10.1038/s41589-018-0135-z

Luderman, K.D.,  Conroy, J.L.,  Free, R.B.,  Southall, N.,  Ferrer, M.,  Sanchez-Soto, M.,  Moritz, A.E.,  Willette, B.K.A.,  Fyfe, T.J.,  Jain, P.,  Titus, S.,  Hazelwood, L.A.,  Aubé, J.,  Lane, J.R.,  Frankowski, K.J.,  Sibley, D.R. Identification of positive allosteric modulators of the D1dopamine receptor that act at diverse binding sites (2018), Molecular Pharmacology, 94(4), pp. 1197-1209. DOI: 10.1

Saito, Y., Mizokami, A., Tsurimoto, H., Izumi, K., Goto, M., Nakagawa-Goto, K. 5′-Chloro-2,2′-dihydroxychalcone and related flavanoids as treatments for prostate cancer (2018), European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 157, pp. 1143-1152. DOI: 10.1016/j.ejmech.2018.08.069

Wang, Y., Song, W., Hu, M., An, S., Xu, L., Li, J., Kinghorn, K.A., Liu, R., Huang, L. Nanoparticle-mediated HMGA1 Silencing Promotes Lymphocyte Infiltration and Boosts Checkpoint Blockade Immunotherapy for Cancer (2018), Advanced Functional Materials, 28(36), art. no. 1802847. DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201802847

Krulikas, L.J., McDonald, I.M., Lee, B., Okumu, D.O., East, M.P., Gilbert, T.S.K., Herring, L.E., Golitz, B.T.,  Wells, C.I., Axtman, A.D., Zuercher, W.J., Willson, T.M., Kireev, D., Yeh, J.J., Johnson, G.L., Baines, A.T., Graves, L.M. Application of Integrated Drug Screening/Kinome Analysis to Identify Inhibitors of Gemcitabine-Resistant Pancreatic Cancer Cell Growth (2018), SLAS Discovery, 23(8), pp. 850-861. DOI: 10.1177/2472555218773045

Takeuchi, M., Saito, Y., Goto, M., Miyake, K., Newman, D.J., O’Keefe, B.R., Lee, K.-H., Nakagawa-Goto, K. Antiproliferative Alkaloids from Alangium longiflorum, an Endangered Tropical Plant Species (2018), Journal of Natural Products, 81(8), pp. 1884-1891. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.8b00411

Byrne, D.P.,  Li, Y.,  Ramakrishnan, K.,  Barsukov, I.L.,  Yates, E.A.,  Eyers, C.E.,  Papy-Garcia, D.,  Chantepie, S.,  Pagadala, V.,  Liu, J.,  Wells, C.,  Drewry, D.H.,  Zuercher, W.J.,  Berry, N.G.,  Fernig, D.G.,  Eyers, P.A. New tools for carbohydrate sulfation analysis: Heparan sulfate 2-O-sulfotransferase (HS2ST) is a target for small-molecule protein kinase inhibitors (2018), Biochemical Journal, 475(15), pp. 2417-2433. DOI: 10.1042/BCJ20180265

Byrne, D.P.,  Li, Y.,  Ngamlert, P.,  Ramakrishnan, K.,  Eyers, C.E.,  Wells, C.,  Drewry, D.H.,  Zuercher, W.J.,  Berry, N.G.,  Fernig, D.G.,  Eyers, P.A. New tools for evaluating protein tyrosine sulfation: tyrosylprotein sulfotransferases (TPSTs) are novel targets for RAF protein kinase inhibitors (2018), Biochemical Journal, 475(15), pp. 2435-2455. DOI: 10.1042/BCJ20180266


Li, X., Jusko, W.J., Cao, Y. Role of interstitial fluid turnover on target suppression by therapeutic biologics using a minimal physiologically based pharmacokinetic models (2018), Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 367(1), pp. 1-8. DOI: 10.1124/jpet.118.250134

Pan, Y., Omori, K., Ali, I., Tachikawa, M., Terasaki, T., Brouwer, K.L.R., Nicolazzo, J.A. Altered Expression of Small Intestinal Drug Transporters and Hepatic Metabolic Enzymes in a Mouse Model of Familial Alzheimer’s Disease (2018), Molecular Pharmaceutics, 15(9), pp. 4073-4083. DOI: 10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.8b00500

Cook, J.C., Cook, A., Tran, R.H., Chang, P.P., Rodgers, J.E. A case-control study of the risk factors for developing aspergillosis following cardiac transplant (2018), Clinical Transplantation, 32(9), art. no. e13367. DOI: 10.1111/ctr.13367

Mavigner, M., Habib, J., Deleage, C., Rosen, E., Mattingly, C., Bricker, K., Kashuba, A., Amblard, F., Schinazi, R.F., Jean, S., Cohen, J.,McGary, C., Paiardini, M., Wood, M.P., Sodora, D.L., Silvestri, G., Estes, J., Chahroudi, A. Simian immunodeficiency virus persistence in cellular and anatomic reservoirs in antiretroviral therapy-suppressed infant rhesus macaques (2018), Journal of Virology, 92(18), art. no. e00562. DOI: 10.1128/JVI.00562-18

Ge, S., Beechinor, R.J., Hornik, C.P., Standing, J.F., Zimmerman, K., Cohen-Wolkowiez, M., Laughon, M.M.,Clark, R.,  Gonzalez, D. External evaluation of a gentamicin infant population pharmacokinetic model using data from a national electronic health record database (2018), Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 62(9), art. no. e00669-18. DOI: 10.1128/AAC.00669-18

Diep, J.K., Russo, T.A., Rao, G.G. Mechanism-Based Disease Progression Model Describing Host-Pathogen Interactions During the Pathogenesis of Acinetobacter baumannii Pneumonia (2018), CPT: Pharmacometrics and Systems Pharmacology, 7(8), pp. 507-516. DOI: 10.1002/psp4.12312

Gonzalez, D., James, L.P., Al-Uzri, A., Bosheva, M., Adler-Shohet, F.C., Mendley, S.R., Bradley, J.S., Espinosa, C., Tsonkova, E., Moffett, K., Marquez, L., Simonsen, K.A., Stoilov, S., Boakye-Agyeman, F., Jasion, T., Hornik, C.P., Hernandez, R., Benjamin, D.K., Cohen-Wolkowiez, M. Population pharmacokinetics and safety of solithromycin following intravenous and oral administration in infants, children, and adolescents (2018), Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 62(8), art. no. e00692-18. DOI: 10.1128/AAC.00692-18

Maas, B.M., Cao, Y. A minimal physiologically based pharmacokinetic model to investigate FcRn-mediated monoclonal antibody salvage: Effects of Kon, Koff, endosome trafficking, and animal species (2018), mAbs Issue 7, DOI: 10.1080/19420862.2018.1506648

Watt, K.M., Cohen-Wolkowiez, M.,  Barrett, J.S.,  Sevestre, M.,  Zhao, P.,  Brouwer, K.L.R.,  Edginton, A.N.
Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Approach to Determine Dosing on Extracorporeal Life Support: Fluconazole in Children on ECMO
(2018), CPT: Pharmacometrics and Systems Pharmacology. DOI: 10.1002/psp4.12338

Guo, Y., Chu, X., Parrott, N.J., Brouwer, K.L.R., Hsu, V., Nagar, S., Matsson, P., Sharma, P., Snoeys, J., Sugiyama, Y., Tatosian, D., Unadkat, J.D., Huang, S.-M., Galetin, A., Hoeben, E., Chen, D., Hartmann, G.,  Menzel, K. Advancing Predictions of Tissue and Intracellular Drug Concentrations Using In Vitro, Imaging and Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Modeling Approaches (2018), Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. DOI: 10.1002/cpt.1183


Wang, Y., Song, W., Hu, M., An, S., Xu, L., Li, J., Kinghorn, K.A., Liu, R., Huang, L. Nanoparticle-mediated HMGA1 Silencing Promotes Lymphocyte Infiltration and Boosts Checkpoint Blockade Immunotherapy for Cancer (2018), Advanced Functional Materials, 28(36), art. no. 1802847. DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201802847

Sheets, K.T., Bagó, J.R., Paulk, I.L., Hingtgen, S.D. Image-Guided Resection of Glioblastoma and Intracranial Implantation of Therapeutic Stem Cell-seeded Scaffolds (2018), Journal of Visualized Experiments: JoVE. DOI: 10.3791/57452

Huang, L., Huang, A., Kennel, S.J. Coupling of antibodies with liposomes (2018), Liposome Technology: Volume III: Targeted Drug Delivery and Biological Interaction, pp. 51-62. DOI: 10.1201/9781351074124


Zomorodi, M., Odom, T., Askew, N.C., Leonard, C.R., Sanders, K.A., Thompson, D. Hotspotting: Development of an Interprofessional Education and Service Learning Program for Care Management in Home Care Patients (2018), Nurse Educator, 43(5), pp. 247-250. DOI: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000523

Shah, P.D., Trogdon, J.G., Golden, S.D., Golin, C.E., Marciniak, M.W., Brewer, N.T. Impact of Pharmacists on Access to Vaccine Providers: A Geospatial Analysis (2018), Milbank Quarterly, 96(3), pp. 568-592. DOI: 10.1111/1468-0009.12342

Roberts, P.A., Willoughby, I.R., Barnes, N., Eckel, S.F., Paruscio, A., Valgus, J.M.,  Amerine, L.B. Evaluation of a gravimetric-based technology-assisted workflow system on hazardous sterile product preparation (2018), American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 75(17), pp. 1286-1292. DOI: 10.2146/ajhp170564

Derouin, A., Holtschneider, M.E., McDaniel, K.E., Sanders, K.A., McNeill, D.B. Let’s Work Together: Interprofessional Training of Health Professionals in North Carolina (2018), North Carolina medical journal, 79(4), pp. 223-225. DOI: 10.18043/ncm.79.4.223

Shepherd, G. Experience with implementing pyramid examinations in an elective pharmacy course (2018), Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. DOI: 10.1016/j.cptl.2018.09.003

Williams, C.R., Abbott, K., Hughes, M., Wilson, C.G., Scott, M.A. Development of pharmacy resident leadership skills through creation of a regional ambulatory care forum (2018), Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. DOI: 10.1016/j.cptl.2018.09.00

Forshay, C.M., Streeter, S.O., Salch, S.A., Eckel, S.F. Application of the 2015 proposed NIOSH vapor containment performance protocol for closed system transfer devices used during pharmacy compounding and administration of hazardous drugs (2018), Journal of Oncology Pharmacy Practice. DOI: 10.1177/1078155218787256

Livet, M., Yannayon, M., Sheppard, K., Kocher, K., Upright, J., McMillen, J. Exploring provider use of a digital implementation support system for school mental health: A pilot study (2018), Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 45(3), pp. 362-380. DOI: 10.1007/s10488-017-0829-7

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