3rd Annual Conference

Pharmacy: "Phar" from Ordinary

Thank you for making our 3rd annual conference a success! Our in-person conference took place on March 19, 2022.

Conference Schedule

Below is the schedule for the 3rd annual conference. Look in the subpages to see details for each of the panels.

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Keynote Speech

9:00-9:50

Amphitheatre

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Dr. Amit (Manjunath) Pai

Current Titles:

·       Chair of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy, University of Michigan College of Pharmacy

·       Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, University of Michigan College of Pharmacy

·       Deputy Director of the Pharmacokinetics Core Laboratory, University of Michigan

Education/Experience:

·       PharmD: The University of Texas at Austin

·       Pharmacy Practice Residency: Bassett Healthcare (Cooperstown, NY)

·       Infectious Disease/Pharmacokinetics Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Interests:

·       Antimicrobial Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics in Obesity.

·       Precision Medicine through Treatment Algorithms that rely on Adaptive Feedback Design

·       Population Pharmacokinetic Systems Analyses to Optimize Drug Dosing in Special Populations

Contact: amitpai@med.umich.edu@DosingMattersLinkedInPai Lab Website

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Compounding Workshop

10:00-10:50

Assembly Hall

In this interactive workshop sponsored by Clark Pharmacy, attendees will gain an introduction to the process of drug compounding and will acquire hands-on experience in compounding a fictional drug. The workshop will be run by employees of Clark Pharmacy, and is recommended for participants who are interested in PharmD programs.

Antimicrobial Resistance and Infectious Diseases Pharmacy

10:00-10:50

Earl Lewis Room

In this lecture, Professor Jason Pogue will give an introduction to the importance of antimicrobial resistance, the role of infectious disease pharmacists, and the pathway to becoming an ID pharmacist. If you are considering a career as a pharmacist or desire to learn more about antimicrobial resistance, come join!

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Dr. Jason Pogue

Current Titles:

Education/Experience:

  • B.S. Chemistry: Gannon University

  • PharmD: University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy

Research Interests:

∙       Epidemiology and Management of Infections due to Multi-Drug Resistant Gram-negative bacilli

∙       Antimicrobial Stewardship


Contact: jmpogue@med.umich.edu; @jpogue1; Website

Interprofessional Panel

10:00-10:50

Amphitheatre

This panel will provide attendees with an introduction to five different career paths within the medical profession: pharmacist, medical doctor, PhD, dentist, and health lawyer.

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Panelists

Stan Kent:

  • M.S. in Hospital Pharmacy: University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Chief Pharmacy Officer, Michigan Medicine

  • Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, University of Michigan College of Pharmacy

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, University of Michigan College of Pharmacy

  • stkent@med.umich.edu

Shannon Cahalan:

  • Current M.D. Student: University of Michigan Medical School

Maribel Okiye:

  • Current PhD Student in Chemistry: University of Michigan (Advisor: Dr. David Sherman)

  • Current MS Student in Bioinformatics: University of Michigan

  • maribelo@umich.edu; LinkedIn

Elizabeth R. Hatfield:

  • DDS: University of Michigan School of Dentistry

  • Clinical Instructor of Dentistry: Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Michigan School of Dentistry

  • lizhat@med.umich.edu 

Nour Kadouh

  • Nour Kadouh is a fourth-year Doctor of Pharmacy student at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Biological Sciences in 2018 from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. During her time at the College of Pharmacy, Nour has been involved in the Leadership Scholars Program, Pharmacy Student Ambassadors, American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists, and Arab American Pharmacists Association. Additionally, she was selected as a 2021 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Walmart Scholar and co-created a professional elective on leadership for PharmD students at the College of Pharmacy. Post-graduation, Nour plans to join a residency program, with the hopes of pursuing a career in academia and specializing as a pediatric clinical pharmacist in the future.

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Links to more panels can be found below.
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Medicinal Chemistry 101

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PharmCAS

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School Fair

 

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Pharmaceutical 

Sciences 101

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Clinical Pharmacy Case

Studies #1

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Industry Panel

 

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Health Systems Pharmacy

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Graduate School Application

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Alumni Panel

 

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Medicinal Chemistry Research

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Pharmaceutical Sciences Research

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Graduate Student Panel