Kara Duncan Weatherman
Associate Head for Learning, Department of Pharmacy Practice
Nuclear pharmacy practice-based research
Use of virtual / augmented reality systems for training
NUPH 49100, Introduction to Nuclear Pharmacy
NUPH 49200, Basics of Nuclear Pharmacy (Laboratory)
NUPH 49300, Regulatory Considerations for Nuclear Pharmacy Practice
NUPH 49400, Clinical Aspects of Nuclear Pharmacy Practice
NUPH 49500, Applied Nuclear Pharmacy (Laboratory)
NUPH 49000, Special Projects in Nuclear Pharmacy
CLPH 89500, International Clerkship in Nuclear Medicine – London
Honors and Credentials
Board Certified Nuclear Pharmacist
Fellow – American Pharmacists Association
Board Member – Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology
1. Kowalsky R, Weatherman K (eds). Radiopharmaceuticals in Nuclear Pharmacy and Nuclear Medicine 4th edition. Washington DC. American Pharmacists Association (in progress – 2018 publication)
2. Pigmon S, Weatherman K, Brehl N, Neilsen C. The necessity of using heparin in an UltraTag RBC kit when tagging blood for a nuclear medicine study. J Nucl Med Technol. 2016 December;44(4):230-233.
3. Weatherman K, Augustine S, Christoff J, Galbraith W. Assessing the stability of common radiopharmaceuticals compounded and utilized outside of package insert guidelines. Int J Pharm Compd. 2013 May-Jun;17(3):238-246.
4. Weatherman K, Augustine S, Christoff J, Galbraith W. Establishing benchmark rates of microbial and bacterial endotoxin contamination for radiopharmaceuticals compounded in commercial nuclear pharmacy settings. Int J Pharm Compd. 2013 Mar-Apr;17(2):168-174.