Karen Suchanek Hudmon

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Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Specialization: Public Health Pharmacy and Cancer Prevention


1997 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cancer Prevention, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
1995 National Cancer Institute Predoctoral Fellowship in Cancer Prevention, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
1995 Doctorate of Public Health, The University of Texas
1991 Master of Science, Pharmacy Care Systems, Auburn University
1989 Massage Therapist, Virginia Institute of Massage Therapy
1986 Bachelor of Science, Pharmacy, Ohio Northern University

Lab Members

Nervana E. El-Khadragy (Graduate Student)


PHRM 404, Tobacco Cessation

PHRM 490P, Tobacco Dependence and Treatment for Healthcare Professionals

PHRM 827, Public Health Pharmacy

PHRM 845, Integrated Pharmacotherapy III

PHRM 849, Population Health Management

CLPH 490N, Practical Aspects of Study Design

CLPH 589, Research Rotation

PHAD 464, Study Design

PHAD 696, Graduate Seminar

PHPR 664, Intervention Studies and Evaluation Research

HSCI, The Tobacco Epidemic

Honors and Credentials

Chaney Faculty Scholar Award

Bravo Award

Public Health Excellence Award

AMSUS Training and Education Award

Faculty Scholar Award

Gold Medal for Best Original Research from the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors, for a paper published in the June edition of the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Citation: Warner ML, Maio C, Hudmon KS. Career patterns of physician assistants: A retrospective longitudinal study. JAAPA 2013;26(6):44‐8.

Hulman Health Achievement Award for Excellence in Health Science Research

Wiederholt Award

Representative Publications

1. Barboza JL, Patel R, Patel P, Hudmon KS. An update on the pharmacotherapeutic interventions for smoking cessation. Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy 2016;20:1‐14.

2. Assemi M, Hudmon KS, Sowinski KM, Corelli RL. Educational background and academic rank within US schools of pharmacy. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2016;80(4):Article 61.

3. Rider K, Kaya H, Jha V, Hudmon KS. Attitudes of directors of experiential education regarding tobacco sales in pharmacies in the USA. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2016;24(2):134‐138.

4. Bergman AA, Zillich AJ, Jaynes HA, Kobylinski AL, Gonzalvo J, Hudmon KS, Frankel RM. Pharmaceutical role expansion and developments in pharmacist‐physician communication. Health Communication 2016;31(2):161‐170.

5. Corelli RL, Muchnik MA, Beechinor R, Fong G, Vogt EM, Cocohoba JM, Tsourounis C, Hudmon KS. Perceptions and Cost‐Analysis of a multiple mini‐interview in a pharmacy school admissions process. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2015;79(9):Article 135.

6. Schwindt RL, Hudmon KS. Working together to combat tobacco use. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 2015;29(6):474.

7. Barnoya J, Jin L, Hudmon KS, Schootman M. Disparities in pricing and access to nicotine replacement therapy, tobacco products, and electronic cigarettes in pharmacies in St. Louis, Missouri. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2015;55(4):405‐412.

8. Lee KC, Hudmon KS, Ma JD, Kuo GM. Evaluation of a shared pharmacogenomics curriculum for pharmacy students. Pharmacogenomics 2015;16(4):315‐322.

9. Brock TP, Assemi M, Corelli RL, El‐Ibiary SY, Kavookjian J, Martin BA, Hudmon KS. A nontraditional faculty development initiative using a social media platform. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2014;78(5):105.

10. Chen T, Hamlett‐Berry KW, Watanabe JH, Bounthavong M, Zillich AJ, Christofferson DE, Myers MG, Himstreet JE, Belperio PS, Hudmon KS. Evaluation of a multidisciplinary tobacco cessation training program in a large health care system. American Journal of Health Education 2015;46(3);165‐173.

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