Pharmacy Practice News

Dr. Noll Campbell was recently selected as the College of Pharmacy’s 2021 Chaney Family Early Faculty Scholar

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Dear Colleagues, 
 
Please join me to congratulate Dr. Noll Campbell.  Noll was recently selected as the College of Pharmacy’s 2021 Chaney Family Early Faculty Scholar. The purpose of this award is to recognize a Purdue College of Pharmacy faculty member in the first ten years of their career who has demonstrated outstanding scholarship.  Noll is the first faculty member from PHPR to receive this award.  Congratulations Noll!
 
 

Dr. Alissa Russ-Jara. Alissa was recently recognized with the inaugural Darr-Chaney Rising Star Professorship

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Dear Colleagues, 
 
Please join me to congratulate Dr. Alissa Russ-Jara.  Alissa was recently recognized with the inaugural Darr-Chaney Rising Star Professorship.  This named professorship recognizes an Assistant or early Associate Professor who will strengthen our working relationship with the Regenstreif Center for Healthcare Engineering.   The termed appointment is made based on letters of recommendations from scholars in our field and approval from the area promotion and tenure committee.  Congratulations Alissa! 

Dr. Margie Snyder was recently appointed as a standing member of the Organization and Delivery of Health Services Study Section with the National Institutes of Health

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Dear Colleagues, 
 
Please join me to congratulate Dr. Margie Snyder.  Margie was recently appointed as a standing member of the Organization and Delivery of Health Services Study Section with the National Institutes of Health.  This 4-year appointment from the Director of the NIH recognizes Margie for her ongoing scientific expertise, grantsmanship, publications, and quality peer review of submitted proposals to the NIH. Congratulations Margie!
 
 

Dr. Ashley Meredith was recently recognized as Top Reviewer of 2020 for the peer reviewed journal-Preventing Chronic Disease

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Dear Colleagues, 
 
Please join me to congratulate Dr. Ashley Meredith.  Ashley was recently recognized as Top Reviewer of 2020 for the peer reviewed journal-Preventing Chronic Disease.  This recognizes the top 5% of reviewers, who have achieved this designation based on the quality, timeliness, and number of completed reviews for the journal.  Congratulations Ashley! 
 
 
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Alan J. Zillich, Pharm.D., FCCP

Purdue University Pharmacy will be featured at APhA’s annual meeting Immunization Champion Awards program

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Dear Colleagues,

Please join me to congratulate Dr. Nicole Noel and her team at the Purdue University Pharmacy.  Purdue University Pharmacy will be featured at APhA’s annual meeting Immunization Champion Awards program this Sunday, March 14th from 5:00 – 6:00 PM for their work in the immunization space across campus in 2020.

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Dr. Patti Darbishire was recently awarded the AACP Experiential Education Section Award of Excellence in Scholarship in Experiential Education for her team’s publication in AJPE

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Dear Colleagues, 
 
Please join me to congratulate Dr. Patti Darbishire.  Dr. Darbishire was recently awarded the AACP Experiential Education Section Award of Excellence in Scholarship in Experiential Education for her team’s publication in AJPE "The Status and Adequacy of Preceptor Orientation and Development Programs in US Pharmacy Schools".  Patti will officially receive this award during the Experiential Education Section business meeting at the AACP Annual meeting in July.  Congratulations Patti!
 

Dr. Jim Tisdale and his team (Chien-Yu (Fish) Huang, Heather Jaynes, Brian Overholser, Kevin Sowinski, and Richard Kovacs) recently received funding from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI).

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Dear Colleagues, 
 
Please join me to congratulate Dr. Jim Tisdale and his team (Chien-Yu (Fish) Huang, Heather Jaynes, Brian Overholser, Kevin Sowinski, and Richard Kovacs). Their research proposal entitled “Risk of Drug-Induced QT Interval Prolongation and Associated Proarrhythmia in Patients with Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction” was recently funded from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) in the amount of  $10,000.  Congratulations!
 
 

Drs. Margie Snyder and Molly Nichols research proposal entitled “Feasibility Pilot of Linking Patient-Reported Outcomes Collected in Community Pharmacies with Electronic Health Record Data” was recently funded

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Dear Colleagues, 
 
Please join me to congratulate Drs. Margie Snyder and Molly Nichols .  Their research proposal entitled “Feasibility Pilot of Linking Patient-Reported Outcomes Collected in Community Pharmacies with Electronic Health Record Data” was recently funded from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) in the amount of  $9,906.  Congratulations!
 
 
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