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2007 – 2008 Annual Report

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TAB LE OF

C ontents

Administration.....................................................................................................2 Organizational Chart..........................................................................................2 Strategic Plan........................................................................................................4 Recommendations..............................................................................................5 Academic Research Centers............................................................................6 Academic Research Center for Pharmacy Care............................................6 Academic Research Center for Pharmaceutical Information.....................8 Duquesne Center for Pharmaceutical Technology......................................9 Experiential Education...................................................................................10 Alumni......................................................................................................................14 Development.........................................................................................................18 Annual Fund 2008..............................................................................................18 Corporations and Foundation Partners........................................................24 Faculty.....................................................................................................................25 Division Heads and Directors.........................................................................25 Faculty Highlights..............................................................................................26 Student Highlights..........................................................................................43 Dean’s List...........................................................................................................43 Scholarships.......................................................................................................45 Student Organizations.....................................................................................47 Career Fair..........................................................................................................50 Admissions.........................................................................................................51 Graduating Class...............................................................................................51


ad minist ration The mission of the Mylan School of Pharmacy and the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences is to prepare students for careers in the profession of pharmacy. Consistent with the University mission, the values that guide the School are an appreciation for ethical and spiritual values, and a sense of personal, professional and social responsibility.

Organizational Chart

Dean J. Douglas Bricker, Ph.D

Executive Committee

Academic Advisory Committee

Associate Dean Professional Programs

Associate Dean Research and Graduate Programs

Thomas J. Mattei, Pharm.D.

James Drennen, III, Ph.D

Assistant Dean Student Services

Director of Graduate Studies

Stephen C. Morrison, M.A.

David A. Johnson, Ph.D

Division Head Clinical, Social and Administrative Sciences

Division Head Pharmaceutical Sciences

David J. Tipton, Ph.D

Christopher Surratt, Ph.D

Faculty

Faculty

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ad minist ration Dean’s Advisory Council

The Dean’s Advisory Council is an advisory body to the Dean of the Mylan School of Pharmacy and to the President of the University. The purpose of the Council is to provide advice, counsel and suggestions to the Dean and President that will strengthen the School of Pharmacy and assist the University in fulfilling its mission. The Dean’s Advisory Council meets twice a year and plays an active role in providing recommendations concerning curriculum, programs and opportunities for development. 2007-2008 Members Michele Belsey, B.S. Pharm. (P’92), Vice President of College Relations & Professional Recruitment, Rite Aid Pharmacy Corporation Marilyn Brooks, Medical and Science Editor, WTAE News Craig G. Cochenour, B.S. Pharm. (P’81), J.D., Buchanan Ingersoll Louis DeBone, B.S. Pharm. (P’68), Dr. Sc. (Hon.), Former CEO and President, Mylan Laboratories Inc. Anthony Dren, B.S. Pharm. (P’59), Ph.D., Consulting Professor, Duke University Medical Center Jeffrey Fisher, B.S. Pharm. (P’85), President and CEO, Fisher Consulting Sharon Galzarano, B.S. Pharm. (P’93), Senior Director – Continuing Education, Professional Educational Services Group Robert Maher, B.S. Pharm. (P’70), Independent Owner, Hometown Pharmacy Karl Meehan, B.S. Pharm. (P’83), Director of Integrated Business Strategy, Walgreens Corporation Joseph Mosso, B.S. Pharm. (P’54) Milap Nahata, Pharm.D., M.S. (GP’78), Department of Pharmacy Practice, Ohio State University

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Mary Jo Reilly, B.S. Pharm. (P’59), Pharm.D. (Hon.), Senior Advisor, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Jack Reynolds, Pharm.D. (P’83), Dean, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Northeastern University College of Pharmacy Michael Romano, B.S. Pharm. (P’62), Former Director of Pharmacy, UPMC Presbyterian, PA State Board of Pharmacy Member Leonard Stevens, B.S. Pharm. (P’72), M.B.A. Pete Klein, B.S. Pharm. (P’88), Co-founder of Parata Systems

Academic Advisory Committee

The Academic Advisory Committee is composed of faculty who hold directorships for academic research centers and programs within the Mylan School of Pharmacy and the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2007-2008 Members Christine O’Neil, Pharm.D., Academic Research Center for Pharmacy Care Marsha McFalls-Stringert, Pharm.D., Academic Research Center for Pharmacy Practice John Lech, Pharm.D., Academic Research Center for Pharmaceutical Information James K. Drennen, III, Ph.D., Academic Research Center for Pharmaceutical Technology Bruce Livengood, Pharm.D., Director of Assessment and Educational Strategies Joseph Kristofik, J.D., Director of Experiential Education David Johnson, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Studies


programs and Promote the quality of the programs. He has assigned the task of developing specific strategic objectives and an action plan to address baseline target goals, timeline for completion and areas of responsibility to the newly formed Academic Advisory Committee that includes academic research centers and program directors and the chair of the curriculum committee.

The Strategic Plan 2010

At the Annual Faculty Retreat, faculty were asked to reflect on the accomplishments of the Strategic Plan 2005 and to review ACPE Standards 2007, AACP Roadmap 2015, and various Institute of Medicine reports in preparation for the development of the 2010 Plan. Promoting cultural competence and respect for diversity, preparing students to deliver medication therapy management services (MTMS), and establishing research priorities for the two divisions were identified as areas of concentration. In January 2007, Dean J. Douglas Bricker set the vision for Strategic Plan 2010 to encompass two main domains: Enhance the quality of the

The Dean stated that “the continued success of the School will depend on its ability to promote the strengths of the programs, including a solid academic reputation, productive research programs that encourage research opportunities for students, and partnerships with the local community through service initiatives.” The outline for the Plan is reflected in the chart.

Strategic Plan 2010

Enhance Quality of our Programs

Promote Quality of our Programs

Pharm.D. and Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Pharm.D. Strategic

Strategic Initiatives

Initiatives

Resources

Human, Physical, Financial

Learning/Teaching Culture

Enhanced Programs & Operations

Medication Therapy

Promote Sustainability Improve Student Experience

Management Cultural Competence Interdisciplinary Research

Advance Student Productivity

Continuous Professional Development

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ad minist ration Recommendations from the Academic Advisory Committee There were five strategic areas of focus: Learning/Teaching Culture

Interdisciplinary Research

The Academic Advisory Committee recommends the advancement of a learning culture in the Mylan School of Pharmacy; a culture that promotes student engagement, active student involvement, ethical behavior and problem solving. Such a culture emphasizes the interface between practice and academics through the analysis of evidence-based literatures in pursuit of patient care. Such a culture shifts, as much as is feasible, the responsibility for learning to the student.

The Academic Advisory Committee recommends that interdisciplinary research be enhanced via the following mechanisms:

Medication Therapy Management The Academic Advisory Committee recommends the following structure for the promotion of Medication Therapy Management within the program. A team composed of PIII, PIV, and PV students under the supervision of a practitioner will follow an assigned family group over the course of their career at Duquesne. Each team will be referred to as the “Smith Family” Medication Therapy Management Consultants. The goal of the team will be to provide ongoing medication therapy management. Cultural Competence/Diversity The Academic Advisory Committee recommends that the Medication Therapy Management Family Teams be utilized as vehicles for student assimilation of the issues and responsibilities of a culturally competent practitioner. As the families in this program will come from diverse backgrounds, this initiative provides hands-on experience in this area.

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(1) recruitment of new faculty in both the basic sciences and administrative, social and clinical sciences capable of engaging in interdisciplinary research (2) forums established for the intellectual exchange of ideas (3) new and strengthened relationships with other schools on campus (nursing, health sciences, etc.) (4) mentoring of new faculty with a focus on interdisciplinary research (5) increased availability of seed monies (6) new and strengthened relationships with community partners in the Western PA region (7) focus on interdisciplinary research in teaching pedagogy Continuous Professional Development The Academic Advisory Committee recommends that the continuous professional development (CPD) include the development and implementation of goals and objectives to meet School needs and ACPE Accreditation Standards. CPD would enhance faculty, alumni, preceptor, and student pharmacists’ professional skills and knowledge to positively improve pharmacists impact on patient health and curriculum outcomes.


Academi c Research Cen te r s Academic Research Center for Pharmacy Care

Health Promotion/Wellness Services: Duquesne Events/ Community, Employer Contracts and other Sponsored Screenings

Director: Christine K. O’Neil, Pharm.D, BCPS, FCCP The Center for Pharmacy Care, established in October 2002, focuses on health education and wellness education and offers educational programs and health screenings for hypertension, cholesterol, diabetes and osteoporosis. The programs currently are available to the University community; plans are to provide the programs to the surrounding Pittsburgh/Allegheny County community. The Center serves as a useful teaching site for experiential education. In conjunction with the Pharmaceutical Information Center, the Center publishes the Well Aware, a bimonthly newsletter featuring articles on health and wellness.

Project Manager: Christine K. O’Neil, Pharm.D, BCPS, FCCP

2007-08 Activities

The data below indicates the percentage of patients identified for follow-up with their physician or health care provider:

Under the direction of the Center, there are six project areas that are managed by faculty and involve students, Residents, and Fellows. n Health Promotion/Wellness Services: Duquesne Events/Community, Employer Contracts and other Sponsored Screenings n Living My Life Diabetes Self-Management Program – Ten City Challenge n Immunization Programs n Pharmacist-Directed Medication Management and Adherence Clinic in a Physician’s Office n Spirit of Health Initiative – Mobile Wellness Programs n Preceptor Development for Health Promotion and Wellness Programs

Center Activities Number of Community Health Screening Events Patient Encounters/Screenings Blood Pressure Cholesterol Blood Glucose Osteoporosis Dermal Evaluation BMI/Body Composition

20072008

Percent Change compared to 2006-07

135 5,674 1,745 1,473 1,487 231 82 656

13 61.2 106.3 122.8 103.9 (60) (76) 111.6

Percentage of patients referred to health care provider for follow-up

Health Screening Blood Pressure (BP>140/90) Cholesterol (TC > 200) Blood Glucose Osteoporosis

21% 46.5% 5% 12.6%

2007-08 Activities n Expansion of Wellness Mondays and Wednesdays, providing health promotion and disease prevention programs for Duquesne University employees and students n Successful Employee Weight Loss/Walking Challenge – “Lighten-Up”– program with Human Resources. This program enrolled over 230 employees. n Blood pressure screenings in the Duquesne Union twice a month; monthly in the summer n Diabetes screening for employees at the University Benefits Fair

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Aca d emic Research C e n te r s n Community screenings with Highmark Caring Foundation and Astra Zeneca Asthma Camp, Carlow University

of these training programs. Giant Eagle and MedFast provided grant support.

n Implementation of patient medical records for Duquesne clients to facilitate retrieval of previous screening records

The Center provided influenza immunizations for faculty, students, Duquesne University employees and in various Pittsburgh area communities during visits with the Spirit of Health van.

n New partnerships formed with Health Works of PA and Babb Insurance Group n Health promotion and wellness services

provided at Fall Fitness Fair, School of Nursing Health Fair, and Alumni Reunion n Awarded two grants from Tobacco Free

Allegheny for smoking cessation programs n Published one journal article in a peerreviewed journal, presented a poster at a scientific meeting, and obtained IRB approval for an osteoporosis screening and health education project Living My Life Diabetes Self-Management Program Project Manager: Hilde Berdine, Pharm.D., BCPS Since January 2007, 35 pharmacists and seven Duquesne University pharmacy students have participated in the LivingMyLife™ Ten City Challenge which is a collaborative program with American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation, Pittsburgh Business Group on Health (PBGH), and Giant Eagle Pharmacy. To date, this program has benefited employees of Duquesne University, Heinz Corporation and Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Berdine’s interview was published in the Diabetes Ten City Challenge Newsline, an APhA Foundation publication. Immunization Initiative and Related Projects Project Manager: Hilde Berdine, Pharm.D., BCPS Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy sponsored several American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Immunization Certificate Programs for pharmacist and student pharmacists. More than 15,000 influenza vaccinations were administered as a result

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Pharmacist Medication Management and Adherence Clinic based in a Physician’s Office. Project Manager: Hilde Berdine Pharm.D., BCPS The Center maintains an ambulatory care site within a physician’s office to facilitate faculty scholarship and student experiences. A poster describing the demographics of the practice, service delivery, and future directions for the practice was presented at an ACCP meeting. Spirit of Health Initiative Project Manager: Monica Skomo, Pharm.D. The Spirit of Health initiative, a partnership between the Mylan School of Pharmacy, the Sisters of St. Francis of Millvale and the Pittsburgh Mercy Health System, is a faithbased mobile wellness and disease prevention outreach collaborative. Utilizing a mobile health care unit provided by the Sisters of St. Francis, pharmacy school students and faculty provided a number of services including disease state education, medication therapy education, flu shots, screening and referral services. The table provides quantitative screening information for the past three years.

Screening Blood Pressure Screenings Cholesterol/Glucose Screenings Bone Density Screenings Body Composition Analysis Patient Visits

9/1/05– 7/1/06– 7/1/07– 6/30/06 5/31/07 4/30/08 Total 342

463

606

1,473

211

314

301

851

124

144

122

402

94 454

110 653

11 737

224 1,912


2007-08 Activities n Wellness screening, health education and referral services maintained at six regular sites: Carnegie, Lawrenceville, Millvale, South Side Hilltop, the West End, and St. Benedict’s the Moor (Hill District). The Spirit of Health goes to each regular site once a month. n Number of visits to each site: • Carnegie: 9 • Lawrenceville: 7 • Millvale: 10 • South Side Hilltop: 10 • West End: 7 • St. Benedict’s the Moor: 2 n Additional Spirit of Health Events for 7/1/07 – 5/31/08 • Lawrenceville Health Fair • Duquesne University School of Pharmacy Open House • Mt. Assissi Health Fair n Development and implementation of a flu shot program • 700 influenza vaccinations were administered October 2007 – February 2008 n Development and implementation of Hepatitis C screening and education services • This particular service is available to patients at the Lawrenceville and South Side Hilltop sites n The Spirit of Health Initiative received a $20,000 grant from the Portiuncula Foundation. n The Spirit of Health Initiative introduced several groups of student pharmacists to proactive community involvement in the areas of wellness, disease prevention, and health education to medically underserved patients. The groups and numbers of students who were able to experience the Spirit of Health during 7/1/07 – 5/31/08 include: • 51 sixth-year experiential education students • 6 service learning students • 6 pharmacy interns.

Academic Research Center for Pharmaceutical Information Director: John G. Lech, Pharm.D. The Pharmaceutical Information Center (PIC) is a drug information service that provides responses to drug information requests generated by alumni, preceptors, students, and faculty of the School of Pharmacy. The Center serves as an experiential education site for Doctor of Pharmacy students and maintains a core library of reference texts, periodicals, and electronic resources for use by faculty and students of the School of Pharmacy. The Center accepts information requests from the Duquesne University community, preceptors, health professionals and the general public. The PIC keeps the faculty up-to-date with frequent electronic versions of Drug Information Updates. 2007-08 Activities n The Center received more than 1,500 drug information requests and over 500 were initiated by School of Pharmacy Alumni. n There were five Well Aware publications in 2007 and several contributions to the Pill Box Column (Bulletin of the Allegheny County Medical Society). n The Center published weekly “PIC Question of the Week” articles written by Pharm.D. candidates under the direction of the PIC director. These are posted on the School of Pharmacy Web site and are accessible on Blackboard to all preceptors participating in the Experiential Education Program. Three additional services were developed through the collaborative efforts of the PIC, the Gumberg Library and the Office of Experiential Education, and were beneficial to students and/ or preceptors: n Expansion of the interlibrary loan system (ILLiad) to assist clerkship students in obtaining journal articles via electronic mail n Access to electronic databases provided by the Gumberg Library n Access to the Clinical Pharmacology OnHand (PDA) drug information program for use on personal computers and PDA devices.

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Aca d emic Research C e n te r s Duquesne Center for Pharmaceutical Technology (DCPT) Director: James K. Drennen III, Ph.D. The Duquesne University Center for Pharmaceutical Technology (DCPT) focuses on the advancement of pharmaceutical manufacturing through the application of appropriate technologies for the improvement of safety, quality and efficiency throughout the pharmaceutical industry. The DCPT exists as a focal point for the research interests of faculty and collaborators for the development and scientifically based implementation of pharmaceutical manufacturing technology. It addresses the major issues of regulatory concerns, science based methods validation, and business advantages of technology. Participants (clients and collaborators) in the Center include representatives from industry, other academic institutions, regulatory authorities, equipment vendors and private consultants. 2007-08 Activities Research Activities n Hoffman LaRoche awarded $50,000 in 2007-2008 for Application of NIR Chemical Imaging in Characterization of Tablet Film Coating. n Innovation Works awarded $25,000 for the construction of a tunable laser based process imaging system. n Since 2005 TeraView, Ltd. granted DCPT the use of a terahertz imager in a research collaboration that involves DCPT faculty and students performing instrument performance evaluation and application development.

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n VTT, a Finnish engineering firm, is assisting DCPT with the construction of a high-speed laser-based chemical imaging system and other devices. DCPT has signed an agreement with VTT that will place two VTT engineers in the DCPT during June 2007 – January 2009, for the purpose of constructing and evaluating instrumentation, cross training, and building a scientific relationship. n DCPT provided a three day QbD/PAT training session for 38 investigators and reviewers with didactic and laboratory experiences for FDA staff. Additional training sessions occurred during the Fall and Spring semesters at FDA sites in Rockville, MD. Participants included Drs. Anderson, Cogdill, Wildfong and Drennen. Additionally, pharmaceutics graduate students participated in the laboratory component of the on-site training session. n Mylan Labs, Inc. collaborated with DCPT to provide Basic Pharmaceutics Principles training courses. n DCPT published 14 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, delivered 11 scientific podium presentations, and 2 poster presentations. Guest Speakers The DCPT sponsored the following guest speakers for presentations to undergraduate and graduate students during the 2007 – 2008 academic year: Dr. John Baldoni, Senior VP, Pre-Clinical R&D, GSK David Engers, Senior Research Scientist, Aptuit


Experie n ti a l E d u cat io n Preceptor Development Program

The Mylan School of Pharmacy held an Adjunct Instructor Workshop on November 1, 2007 at Duquesne University where 46 preceptors were in attendance. At the workshop, training was provided for: On-line University Library Resources and Literature Searches for

Pharmacists presented by David Nolfi and John Lech; Blackboard: The Preceptor/School/Student Electronic Interface presented by Jeanette Clement; Reviewing the Student Portfolio presented by Assistant Director Janet Astle and Dr. Elizabeth Coast-Senior.

2007 - 2008 Preceptors Teri Aber Joseph Aiello Robert Akanowicz Susanne Alquin, Pharm.D., MBA Peter Alt, Pharm.D. Thomas Altieri Andrew Altobelli Paul Ament, Pharm.D. Gilbert Arbuckle Michael Ashmore Monica Aspinall, Pharm.D. Sherrie Aspinall, Pharm.D. Crystal Atwell, Pharm.D. Jillian Baer, Pharm.D. Athena Baglio Ramona Baker Amy Baloh David Banks, PhD Lisa Barletta Julie Barner Ronald Barnes Monica Beirne, Pharm.D. Michele Belsey Grant Bender Carlos (Chuck) Benitez Mark Bennett Hildegarde J. Berdine, Pharm.D. Anthony Bertola Ross Bevevino Beth Biedrzycki, Pharm.D. Michael Billing, Pharm.D. Jenifer Blasinsky, Pharm.D. Marti Blazer Moriha Blom, Pharm.D. Renee Blough Susan Boburchuk-Tallion Michelle Bonnarens, Pharm.D. Mary Ann Boylan Beth Boyle Kevin Boyle

Robert Boyle Rob Brekosky Tom Brenner Jill Breton, Pharm.D. Mary Ann Brown Cynthia Brown Greg Brucker Gretchen Brummel, Pharm.D. Angela Bruno, Pharm.D. Richard Burgess Alexis Burke, Pharm.D. Robert Buzas Max Callaghan Amy Camp Ron Campbell, Pharm.D. LCDR Raymond Carter, Pharm.D. Rita Caskey Michael Chappell, Pharm.D. Kelly Charlesworth Brian Chatel, Pharm.D. Herman Chmel, MD Karen Chobirko Mary Anne Christiansen Ed Clapper Vickie Clark Jamie Cohen Frank Conforti John Conner Stephanie Smith Cooney, Pharm.D. James Coons, Pharm.D. Brad Cooper, Pharm.D. Erin Cordell, MBA Anne Coyne Melissa Crawford, Pharm.D. Amy Crea, Pharm.D. Merle Crooks Andy Crosby, Pharm.D.

Linda (Schrand) Crosby, Pharm.D. John Crumrine Susan Cuccaro Eric Culley, Pharm.D. Michaela Cummings Amanda Custer, Pharm.D. Bruce Dadey Julie Dambach Wil Darwin, Jr., Pharm.D. Jessica Daw, Pharm.D. Ashim K. Dayalan, MD Anthony DeCaria Gary Degnan John DeJames Fred DePasquale Janelle Derbis, Pharm.D. Suzanne Miller DeRose, Pharm.D. Katie Destro Jeff Dietrich, Pharm.D., BCNP Donald Dietz, MS Aaron DiFillippo, Pharm.D. Dan Dimpel Roberta Dombrosky Eric Donley, Pharm.D. J. Ward Donovan, MD Scott Drab, Pharm.D., CDE, BC-ADM William Drahushak Darem Dughri, Pharm.D. John Duke Janice Dunsavage Quynh-Chi Duong, Pharm.D. Aaron Dush, Pharm.D. William Earnest Raymond Eder, Pharm.D. Thomas Edinger, Pharm.D. Victoria Elliott MBA, CAE Kasey Emling, MBA Mark End

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Experie n ti a l E d u cat io n 2007 - 2008 Preceptors (continued) Patricia Epple, CAE Howard Ergen, Pharm.D. Martin Erich Shelly Fagan Tom Falcione Heather Ann Falcon Karen Fancher Karen Fancher, Pharm.D., BCOP Alyse Fazzi, Pharm.D. Colleen Feigel Mark Feigel Ryan Ferchak Charles Fetrow, Pharm.D. Steven Firman Nicole Fleeger, Pharm.D. Autumn Forrisi, Pharm.D. Carl Forster, D.O. Carl Fossaceca, Pharm.D. Bob Francioni Ronald Franck Henry Freedy, Pharm.D. Tucker Freedy, Pharm.D. Paul Freyder, LSW, MSW, CAC Jeremy Funkhouser, Pharm.D. Steven Ganchuk, Pharm.D. James Gemelas Nick Genovese Tim George Jim Gervase Chad Gessler Vincent Giannetti, PhD Christine Gibson Dawn Goetz Michele Golob, Pharm.D. Luis Gonzalez, Pharm.D., BCPS Tanya Gore, Pharm.D. Ann Gorman, Pharm.D. James Graham, Pharm.D. Kathleen Grande Myke Green Andrew Grimone, Pharm.D. Pam Grisnik David Grisnik Paul Grisnik Heather Gross, Pharm.D. Gary Groubert, Pharm.D. Jill Guffey, Pharm.D. Donna Gurcak Cynthia Halas, Pharm.D.

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James Hancovsky Jessica Harms, Pharm.D. Ron Hassan Tina Hausner, Pharm.D. Arlene Havens Donna Hazel Bob Heberlig Ann Marie Heine, Pharm.D. Heather Heisey William Henwood William Henwood, D.O. Stephen Herman Frank Hermann Bernadette Heron, Pharm.D. Charles Heshler D. Scott Himler Viet Ho Van Hoang Rosella Hoffmann Michelle Holbrook Jeffrey Holdren Jon Horton, Pharm.D. Rhonda Horton, Pharm.D. Diane Huber Pam Hucko-Koerner, Pharm.D. Carol Hudachek, Pharm.D., MA Kery Hummel Jason Hunkele, Pharm.D. Nancy Hunsinger Robert Ingoldsby Michael Jacobs, Pharm.D. Gerald John, Pharm.D. Curtis Johns, Pharm.D. Kristin Johnson William Johnson, Pharm.D. Diana Johnson Stan Jonas Janice Jupin Michael Kalita Robert Karetsky Jennifer Karlo, Pharm.D. Charles Karnack, Pharm.D. Paul Karns Kelly Karpa, PhD Theresa Karsh Harry Kaufman Bill Kautz Kim Keefer, Pharm.D. Steven Keller

Joseph P. Kennedy Patricia Keys, Pharm.D. Marci Kiester, Pharm.D. Lynford King Kelly Kirsch John Kirsch, PhD Joe Kishel, Pharm.D. Francis Kittell Ardis Kliber, Pharm.D. Lynn Klick Lesley Knoechel Adam Kochman Marianne Koenig, Pharm.D. Pamela Hucko Koerner, Pharm.D. Michael Korczynski, Pharm.D. Kelly Kotrozo Marijo Kraisinger, Pharm.D. Jeffrey Kreitman, Pharm.D. Laura Kreshon Amy Kriss, Pharm.D. Brenda Kromer Matthew Kruszewski, Pharm.D. Ed Kush Jennifer Lachowski Vincent Lacroce, Pharm.D. Conrad Lankey Rachel Larson, Pharm.D. Eric Laslo Holly Lassila, DPH Russell Lauffer Robert Laux, Pharm.D. Ron Lay Thanh Le, Pharm.D. Jodie Lech, Pharm.D. John G. Lech, Pharm.D. Brady Lecker Laura Lees, Pharm.D. Julie Legal, Pharm.D. Dane Lewis John Lewis Chuck Liberatore Michael Lilla John Lipchick, Pharm.D. Jessica Litz, Pharm.D. Katrina Loncar, Pharm.D. Patsy Longhi, FASCP Kristin Longstreth, Pharm.D. Jackie Lopez, Pharm.D. Laura Lorek


Cathy Loutsenhizer Janice Low-Stahl Kevin Lynch, Pharm.D., BCPS Renee MacKenzie, Pharm.D. Rob Maher, Pharm.D. Robert Maher, Sr. Susan Mamula Laura Mark, Pharm.D., MS Michelle Marrone, Pharm.D. Jacqueline Martella Brad Martin Barbara Martinelli, Pharm.D. Lisa Masci Kimberly Maslonek Cherie Massaro Cynthia Masters Dean Matanin, Pharm.D., MHA Ronald Matson Thomas Mattei, Pharm.D. Matt Matthews Dennis Mattiko Todd Mattox, Pharm.D., BCNSP Woodrow May John Maysilles Ed Mazur Stephen McCahan Dan McConnell John McCormick, Pharm.D. Ronald McDermott

Lee Ann McDowell, Pharm.D. William McGhee, Pharm.D. Richard McKnight, Pharm.D. Robert McWilliams Brandan Mehaffie Amy Mehl, Pharm.D. Ronald Messick Mary Grace Mihalyo, Pharm.D. Brian Miller, Pharm.D. Rick Miller, Pharm.D. Kristal Milo-Ross, Pharm.D. Patrick Minard Lindsay Minich, Pharm.D. Jodi Mitchell Sandi Mitchell, MSIS Phylliss Moret Stephen Morrow Jerry Moschgat Karl Mueller John Muir, Pharm.D. Kevin Mulieri, Pharm.D. Michele Musheno, MS Jeffrey Mustovic Elizabeth Naggy Tom Nameth Michael Namisnak, Pharm.D. James Natale, Pharm.D. Marilyn Nayden David Nedzinski

Daniel Nelson, Pharm.D. J. Scott Newton William Niccolai Rebecca Nick-Dart, Pharm.D. David Noday Lisa Nogrady Paul Obeldobel Linda O’Brien Ronald Ocvirk Rhonda Oczypok Gerard O’Hare Brian Olender Chris O’Neil, Pharm.D. David O’Neil, Pharm.D. Ronald O’Neill Thomas Osella Margee Parikh, Pharm.D. Dean Parry Peter Pascale Mary Beth Pasqualicchio, Pharm.D. Loretta Patton Christine Paul David Pavlik, Pharm.D. Jack Peffer Peter Pekelnicky Michael Peoples Karen Peterson, JD Samantha Pitzarella, Pharm.D.

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Experie n ti a l E d u cat io n 2007 - 2008 Preceptors (continued) Cindy Powers, Pharm.D. Karen Predmore Frank Prestine Evans Prieston, Pharm.D., MA Frank Pucino, Pharm.D. James Pukansky Rod Quilitz Melanie Quinn Timothy Regan, CPh Kris Ridenour, Pharm.D. Adele Rieger-McCombie Thomas Rihn, Pharm.D. Thomas Riley Mary Beth Roberts Jack Rohland Rebecca Roman, Pharm.D. Greg Romeo Greg Roth Guy Ruble, Pharm.D. Robert Ruhlman Tim Rukas James Rulyak Autumn Runyon, Pharm.D. Ed Russman Brian Sabol, Pharm.D. Tony Sack Terry Sack Rafael Saenz, Pharm.D. Heather Sakely, Pharm.D., BCPS Gabriella Sanchez David Sas Cathy Satovich Michael Savner Ken Say, LCDR Dennis Schilling Louis Schnaubelt Rosemary Scholl Matt Schonder Merritt Schultz Charles Schulze Ethan Schwarz Matt Scola Christine Scott Edward Seidl, Pharm.D. Susan Seltzer Elizabeth Coast Senior, Pharm.D. Karen Sessi Amy Seybert, Pharm.D.

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Kelly Shanahan Michael Shearron Christine Sheffler Michael Sheffler, JD Carl Shields Ronald Shollenberger Mark Shores, Pharm.D. Rob Shrum Marty Shulik Bruce Sigman Jayanne Silvers Sue Simon Robert Simonelli, Pharm.D. Brian Simpkins, Pharm.D. Robert Simpson, Pharm.D. William Simpson Susan Skledar, MPH Monica Skomo, Pharm.D. Dorothy Smith, Pharm.D. Robin Smith, Pharm.D. Terri Socha Chester Sosebee Dana Spears Lucy Speerhaas Gary Spence Kara Sperandeo, Pharm.D. Jacqueline Starr, Pharm.D. Nora Stelter, Pharm.D. Scott Stephens Brenda Stodart, Pharm.D. Bernard Stoehr Richard Stomackin Frank Straub III Randall Strausser Shereen Stutz John Styche Lisa Sunyecz, Pharm.D. Doug Swanson, Pharm.D. Nicole Tagliavia, Pharm.D. Matthew Tarosky, Pharm.D. Cheryl Tate Diane Thacker Greg Theiss David Tipton, PhD Colleen Tobia Theresa Toigo, MBA Noreen Tompkins, Pharm.D. Charles Traeger

Elaine Trapani Lauren Trilli, Pharm.D. Thomas Tritinger Paul Troiano Brian Tuttle, Pharm.D. Amara Uche, Pharm.D. Steven Uhas Jennifer Uphold Tracy Valania, Pharm.D. Barry Vance, Pharm.D. Melissa Vargo, Pharm.D. Len Venturini Nicole Verkleeren, Pharm.D. Doris Voigt, Pharm.D. Greg Volensky Melissa Vostatek, Pharm.D. Bridget Walker Philip Walker Robert Wanovich, Pharm.D. Amy Warmbrodt Gail Weglowski Anna Wenturine Ray Westbrook Gene Wetzstein Erica Whyte, Pharm.D. Linda Wieloch, Pharm.D. Gregory Wilson, Pharm.D. Andrea Wilson, Pharm.D. Ken Wormald Suzanne Wortman, Pharm.D. Dan Wright Mary Wycoff Joyce Yager Hawyee Yan Eric Yarnell Kilee Yarosh Rhonda Yarzab Jeanette Yoder, Pharm.D. Sallie Young, Pharm.D. William Zamboni, Pharm.D. Lori Zambotti Louis Zangara Alison Zavidny Michael Zeglinski, Pharm.D. Kyle Zehner David Zora


ALUMNI Janet Astle is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in education at Duquesne University. Her husband, DuWayne, and daughter, Melinda, are also proud Duquesne graduates.

2007 – 2008 Alumni Association Officers President

Eric Hauser, P’94

First Vice President

Stacy Costa, P’86

Second Vice President Janet Lindner, P’78 Secretary

Kimberly VanTine, P’88

Treasurer

Pamela Hucko Koerner, P’79

Executive Director

Joseph M. Kristofik, P’66, L’72

Alumni Association Awards 2008 Distinguished Alumnus Janet K. Astle, P’80 Janet Astle currently serves as the Assistant Director of Experiential Education for the Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy under the wise guidance and tutelage of her colleague, Joseph M. Kristofik. In addition to her responsibilities to the Office of Experiential Education, Janet is co- instructor for the Pharmacy Law and Ethics courses, School of Pharmacy liaison to the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association, and advisor to the student chapter of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association – Allegheny County Pharmacists Association. She previously served as the Duquesne University chapter advisor to the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP). During her tenure with the School, Janet has taught in the Physical Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice, and Service Learning courses. She previously served three terms as Treasurer for the Pharmacy Alumni Association. Ms. Astle earned her BS degree in Pharmacy from Duquesne University in 1980. Upon graduation, she worked in community pharmacy practice for Thrift Drug Company and provided consultation services for a skilled nursing care facility. She also researched, authored and produced 30 distinct state pharmacy law manuals for the corporate entity.

2008 Alumni Achievement Awardees Dan Miller, P’79 Dan Miller is the Vice President of Pharmacy Operations for Rite Aid Corporation. In his role, he assists with Pharmacy Regulatory Compliance, oversees Pharmacy Automation, Pharmacy Systems, Clinical Services, and daily companywide Pharmacy Operations encompassing over 5000 stores in 33 states. Dan joined Rite Aid in 2007 through the acquisition of the Brooks/Eckerd pharmacy chain. There he also served as the Vice President of Pharmacy Operations where he pioneered the chain’s first-ever Medication Therapy Management program, established a School of Pharmacy Dean’s Summit, coordinated the opening of health clinics, was instrumental in Government Affairs, training programs, and pharmacy marketing. A 30-year industry veteran, Dan spent his first 17 years with Thrift Drug following which he joined the Eckerd Corporation. His demonstrated leadership skills led to positions of increasing responsibility. Dan offered experience as a Pharmacist, District Manager, Regional Pharmacy Operations Manager, and Vice-President of Pharmacy Operations. He has contributed to the retail pharmacy industry in Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida, and Rhode Island. Dan has held industry advisory positions as a representative on the National Association of Chain Drug Store Policy Council assisting Governmental and Professional Affairs policy and SureScript Chain Pharmacy Advisory Council promoting electronic prescribing. Dan is supported by Linda, his wife of 27 years, and their three children Timothy, Sarah, and Gregory. Dan holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree, graduating summa cum laude in 1979. Dan’s father, now 82, is also a Duquesne University School of Pharmacy alumnus, graduating in the class of 1949.

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ALUMNI Stephen Groft, P’68, Pharm.D. ‘79 Steve is the Director of the Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Following graduation from Duquesne in 1968, Steve worked as a community pharmacist in Hanover, PA, and in 1970 started his career as a commissioned officer with the United States Public Health Service/Indian Health Service with assignments in South Dakota and Oklahoma. At FDA, he held positions in the Division of Neuropharmacological Drug Products, the Division of Drug Labeling and Advertising, in the Office of Orphan Products Development and with the Department of Health and Human Services as the Executive Director of the National Commission on Orphan Diseases. In 1991, Steve established and served as the first Acting Director of the Office of Alternative Medicine at the NIH. From 2000 to 2002, he completed an assignment as the Executive Director of the White House Commission on

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. Upon returning to NIH, he resumed his major focus on stimulating research with rare diseases and developing information about rare diseases and conditions. To help identify research opportunities and establish research priorities, the Office has co-sponsored over 800 rare diseases-related scientific conferences with the NIH Research Institutes and Centers. Current activities include developing genetic tests for rare diseases, creating an inventory of bio-specimen repositories for research purposes, establishing a public information center on genetic and rare diseases, and providing a special emphasis clinic with senior clinical staff for patients with undiagnosed diseases at NIH’s Clinical Research Center Hospital. Steve received the Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Duquesne in 1979. He married Janet Giantonio (DU 1967) in 1968 and they have four children and five grandchildren.


Annual Alumni Conference

The 24th Annual Alumni Conference was held on May 2-4, 2008 at Seven Springs and was attended by approximately 200 guests. Five Continuing Education Programs for Pharmacists were held: So What’s New? A Review of New Molecular Entities and Biologicals Approved in 2007 & 2008, What does STAR*D Mean for my Patients with Depression, Sequenced Treatment Alternatives to Relieve Depression, Expanding the Pharmacist’s Role in Cardiovascular Care, Developments in Pharmacy Educations: ACPE Standards 2007, and Bridging the Gap: Medications and the Medically Underserved.

Alumni Highlights Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Announces 2007 Pharmacist of the Year Award Winner Harrisburg, PA October 11, 2007 The Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association held its Annual Conference in Allentown, PA. Among the exciting events that took place at the conference was the 2007 Awards and Leadership Dinner on September 29, 2007 where several outstanding members of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association were recognized.

The 2007 Pharmacist of the Year award was presented to Gary Fields, (P’76), R.Ph., of Bethlehem, PA. The award is presented to the pharmacist who has demonstrated dedication to the profession, contributed time and effort to the various professional organizations, furthered the profession of pharmacy through community services, and embodied those qualities, which exemplify the profession. Gary Fields has been actively involved in the Lehigh Valley Pharmacists Association for many years, having held multiple positions within the organization. Mr. Fields has been a catalyst for much of the community outreach that LVPA has done, he has been responsible for the coordination of several Poison Prevention week activities and has worked over the past few years in conjunction with the Allentown Health Bureau to run an Expired and Unused Medication Drive. Mr. Fields not only served his local association but has been active with the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association through serving on the Finance Committee and Executive Council as well as being an active member in the Academy of Chain Pharmacists.

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ALUMNI Pharmacists Association and Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Companies Honor Sherer as Distinguished Young Pharmacist Harrisburg, PA October 11, 2007 At the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Annual Conference the “Distinguished Young Pharmacist” Award was given to Ms. Melissa Sherer, Pharm.D. ’06. Ms. Sherer is a Consultant Pharmacist at Pharmacy Healthcare Solutions, in Pittsburgh. She is an active member of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association, as well as the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and Lambda Kappa Sigma. Ms. Sherer serves on the Board of Directors for the Allegheny County Pharmacists Association where she serves as president. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Rx Council, an organization committed to providing underserved individuals with access to prescription medications. Her professional interests include medication therapy management services (MTMS), consumer focused education initiatives and professional association relations. Ms. Sherer has been recognized for her leadership qualities by being selected for membership in Phi Lambda Sigma, the national Pharmacy Leadership Society. Her contributions to pharmacy have been acknowledged with the APhA-ASP (McNeil) Award for Excellence in Pharmaceutical Administration and the ASP Award for Interest and Service in Pharmacy Organization Work.

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Ms. Sherer graduated from Duquesne University in 2006, with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a certificate in Pharmacy Management. The Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award is given, each year, by Pharmaceutical Mutual Companies, to a selected pharmacist from each state. This prestigious award recognizes new pharmacists for dedication and contributions to their state pharmacy association, as well as commitment to the practice of pharmacy and the community.

Marie Zumbo Mackowick awarded the W. Arthur Purdum Award Marie Zumbo Mackowick, (P’78), Pharm.D.,BCPP was recognized by the MSHP (Maryland Society of Health-System Pharmacists), on November 3, 2007, with the W. Arthur Purdum Award. The society’s highest award is designed to recognize an individual who has made significant or sustained contributions in or for health-system pharmacy or has provided influential leadership in the practice of health-system pharmacy at the state level. Marie is currently the Director of Pharmacy at the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center.


DEVELOPMENT We acknowledge and appreciate the generosity of all of our alumni donors. Every effort has been made to accurately list their names and donations. To report an error, please call 412.396.6040.

Annual Fund 2008 $2,000 or more Margaret Albaugh Martin G. Albaugh Craig G. Cochenour John N. DeBalko Edgar N. Duncan Donald Kerrish Felix Khin Maung-Gyi Sylvia Mulvihill Maureen A. Prack Mary Ann Strembo Charles J. Trainor John J. Valenti $1,000 to $1,999 Peter C. Bellisario J. Douglas Bricker Barbara A. Bugosh Louis C. Di Paolo James K. Drennen, III Ernest F. Dostalik Edward E. Erzen Frederick W. Fochtman Sharon L. Galzarano Thomas W. Glowa Patricia E. Gussin Robert Z. Gussin Marjorie B. Haller Thomas E. Jackovic John J. Jarzynka Jeffrey J. Liberati Thomas J. Mattei Joseph A. Oddis Lisa H. Odeh Theresa E. Pessolano Samuel P. Procaccini Mary Jo Reilly John R. Reynolds Louis D. Vottero $500 to $999 Robert M. Amity Ellen Antal Albert E. Bernas

David A. DiPietro Paula Fricchione Robert E. Grisnik Kristin M. Kline Kathleen Kowalewski Robert C. Landis Robert V. Laux Arnold H. Lazarus Mark A. Milad Michael A. Mohutsky Lynne F. Soltis $250 to $499 John F. Aber Andrew J. Altobelli William F. Bell Kathleen DeRose Lori A. DiRusso Patricia C. Drutch Helen L. Fox Timothy F. Gentilcore Charlotte Glessner Brian J. Goetz Carla M. Goetz Marc W. Harrold Carol A. Himelein Erik T. Himelein Charles M. Karnack Marybeth Kerr Trudy King Kenneth W. Koscinski Dona R. Laslow Joseph E. Manno Gary R. Needham Susan E. Nuskey Janet A. Pegher Rhonda S. Rea Jonathan B. Reitz Joseph Roman James S. Rulyak Lisa C. Ruppel Cynthia A. Sanoski Ronna Scoratow Rita M. Solinsky Richard J. Steinbach

Anthony C. Stellato John J. Stewart Carol A. Tice David J. Wargo Susan M. Widziunas $150 to $249 William Barnett Eugene R. Bevacqua Angelica K. Bivens Kristine A. Blackburn Joseph V. Bondi James J. Burgun Maximilian E. Callaghan John J. Casey Gayle A. Cotchen Ellis N. DeCresce Joseph C.DeMott Suzanne M. DeMott Jane L. DeSanto Patrick T. Devine Robert D. Devlin Thomas F. Elias Amy E. Elvidge Robin S. Fernandez Joseph C. Fleishaker Thomas J. Fowler Heidi D. Garmon Norman L. Gordon Jude C. Gorski Cathy Steward Hruska Lawrence G. Hruska Anne M. Jacques Louis V. Kasperik Mary Kelly Phyllis M. Krueger Jeffrey S. Lavelle Denise A. Li William R. MacDonald George Manolangas Barbara A. McElroy Harriet S. Merkling Thomas R. Miller Diane C. Morris

Daniel E. Napierkowski Henry Oefinger Joseph R. Piccotti Theresa S. Rusbosin James E. Sandala Robert J. Sever Imogene Sevin Dennis P. Shingleton Lucy E. Speerhas Janel E. Stomberger Mark P. Tarquinio Joseph S. Tempio John R. Tomko Robert T. Wanovich Janis Woersching $100 to $149 Margaret N. AbangwuAkamelu Tracy B. Allmon Stacey G. Ambrose James R. Anderson Kristina A. Anderson Rose M. Arabia Daniel J. Asti Susan S. Avramis Karen M. Bagnato Jeanine Ballinger Ellen L. Barner Fredrick H. Bender Patrick H. Birmingham Bernadette Blackstone Leo M. Blaha Bradley J. Brazill Deema J. Budeiri Paul M. Bummer Richard P. Burgess Judith A. Caiola Barbara A. Chick Angela M. Chilson Jeffrey A. Chilson Martin T. Chlystek George M. Chunderlik Nancy A. Climo Clarke E. Close ANNUAL REPORT 2007 – 2008

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DEVELOPMENT Walter J. Cmiel Anthony J. Colega Eric M. Conti Ronald G. Corey Sandra J. Crabtree Clarence E. Curry Tracy L. Dankoff Patricia M. D’Antonio Edward A. Decaria Henry DeEulio Heather A. Demayo Dennis A. DiBiagio Laura A. DiBiagio Timothy B. Donahoe Shelley L. Donalies Isaac O. Donkor Judy L. Downing Gary A. Drutch Jackie L. Farrer Carol S. Faust Kristen M. Fink Henry R. Freedy Jennifer K. French Donald L. Gabig Robert A. Gallagher David K. Grant John R. Imperatore Francis L. Iorfido William F. Johnson Dianne C. Jones Terry L. Judson Ann-Marie K. Kelch Jason M. Kelly Mary A. Kenes Karen A. Kleck Mark A. Kleinberger Evelyn C. Kolesar James J. Kostka Marijo J. Kraisinger Thomas F. Kreiner Lon R. Krueger Holly S. Kruszewski Loretta L’Altrelli Susan E. LenhartHerman Daniel A. Lewis John E. Lisicky Pattianne M. Lozano Michele A. Lutz Mary B. MarandolaKenvin Delilah J. Mazur

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Diane M. McCree James D. McCune David A. Meyer Joseph P. Micale Bret A. Morrow Gina M. Morrow Michael D. Murray Shawn R. Nairn Richard S. Nakles Lois M. Natoli Kristen J. Nicholson Kara A. O’Karma Hazel E. Overbeck Calvin P. Page John A. Paone Barbara A. Piercy Paul A. Polansky Jeffrey S. Popovic Beth D. Prendergast Jean B. Reichenbach Melanie K. Riedl Gene A. Riley Michael J. Romano Thomas M. Ross Jennifer L. Rudnicki Oreste L. Salerni Robert M. Santini Cathy E. Satovich Frank W. Schneck Kevin A. Schnupp Keith Sevy John J. Sheridan Donna A. Sigmund Jayanne C. Silvers Suzanne P. Simon Susan E. Skarzynski Sidney H. Somers Joseph R. Sprout Tina B. Stacy Barbara A. Starzynski Michael J. Struhar Andrew O. Thomas William J. Trogus Linda B. Turco Donald A. Tuttle Lura L. Vereb J. M. Vittoria Paula W. Vyverberg Christine A. Walker Donald A. Weber Patricia B. Wildasin Paul J. Wirth

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Michael K. Wong Barbara A. Wood Less than $100 Mary A. Alston Sherrie Aspinall Janet K. Astle Lawrence A. Audley Charles T. Augustine Daniel E. Ault Alice P. Bahner Izzo Christina M. Balow Eileen M. Baranowski John A. Baranowski Vincent B. Barlo Kimberly E. Bauer Patrick F. Belcastro Daniel H. Bender Marcie M. Bender Laura A. Bennett William D. Bianco Bradley D. Birtalan Jenifer M. Blasinsky Martin Blasinsky Kelly J. Bobbs Susan M. BoburchukTallion Gary S. Bodnar James R. Boeh Bernard Boehm Patricia J. Boland Michele C. Bonistalli Maura E. Boyle Silvia P. Breakfield Mary Anne Brick Melissa A. Brunecz Joseph E. Budzyn Sam A. Buffer Peter T. Bulatao Alicia E. Burkhart Angela S. Buzzelli Shelly L. Canale Katherine L. Carr Cara A. Cenfetelli Charles D. Chasler Manette S. Cignetti Kielie A. Ciuchta Kimberly A. ClawsonHuber Sarah Cochran Jason R. Collins

Frank A. Conforti Jo Anna Crawford Michele H. Cutlip Cindy J. Delano Daniel A. Denning Edward C. Derkits Anthony DeSanto Ronald R. Dewalt Rose Marie DeWitt Mario G. DiNardo Josephine E. Divel Daria L. Dulak Kelly J. Elder Jeffrey K. Errick Nancy J. Eschrich Kelly A. Fee Judith A. Feigert Renee M. Ference Marilyn Ference Rosemary T. Ferruzza JoAnn Fitch John P. Foglia Raymond P. Foglia Michael V. Fornataro Todd A. Fortney Jacqueline M. Frank Mary Joan Friday Brant J. Gahr Regina L. Galiszewski Maryann Gilmore Kenneth J. Glick Paul J. Glynn Rebecca E. Goodermuth Charles Gray Carol Ann M. Gresh Ernie J. Gribschaw Lawrence W. Grieco Joanna Grisik Lea J. Grondziowski Eleanor Grote Joseph W. Grotzinger Susan Guttendorf Debbie Hageman Deborah A. Hageter Jennesa J. Haight Emily R. Hajjar James F. Harry Michael G. Hart William Haver Beth A. Hawk William P. Helsel


Carrie J. Herring Cheryl A. Hoechner Dennis M. Hoffman Michelle L. Holbrook Jeanne M. Howard Gayle A. Hudgins Robert A. Huffman Julie K. Huskey Richard J. Imhoff James A. Ingram Robert A. Jackson Sandra M. Jakosh Trisha L. Jawdy Deborah A. Johnson Evelyn J. Jursek Harry J. Kaufman R P. Kelly Barbara L. Kepich Kathleen M. Kiester John D. Kirsch Lorie A. Klarich Daniel L. Klocek Frances A. Koschalk Lynn M. Koshut Kathleen M. Kosty Irma H. Kountz John R. Kountz Martha M. KowalBachinsky Tawnya M. Krebs Jeffrey B. Krell Matthew S. Kruszewski Scott E. Krzeczowski Karen Kunkle Sherry M. LaFreniere Constance L. Lamb Linda M. Larson Salvatore Laverde Holly L. Lavery Colette M. Lettero Barbara Levenson Elizabeth Lewis-Naggy Carol A. Little Janine S. Littlefield Anne M. Logan Ronald L. Lombardo Andrea Lott Michelle A. Lowe Elaine E. Lowry Thomas Lubiejewski Nathan J. Luther David F. Maize

Charles J. Manfresca Heather M. Mann Susan A. Marlette Carl Masciantonio Dean Matanin Teresa K. Matthews James E. McBride R. M. McClain Kathleen J. McCoy Sandra N. McCracken Janet L. McCrommon Kenneth D. McDonnell Marsha A. McFalls Florine McQuade Melissa A. Menapace Edward Merkling Edward G. Mihalo Marybeth Missenda Josephine A. Molino Barbara J. Morse Alvin S. Moses Gust Navaroli Daniel A. Nawrocki Paul E. Neal Richard A. Nickel Lisa W. O’Brien Mary L. Ocvirk Ronald P. Ocvirk Maria A. Osborne Joseph Paulisick Thomas J. Paulone Gretchen L. Peirce Monica E. Pentrack John W. Ponas Ellison Ponzurick Grace A. Popeck

Catherine A. Porr Thomas B. Poux Latisha A. Powers Olga T. Pratt Patricia L. Preto Beata J. Przebinda Daniel F. Pustinger Jody C. Quinn Mary E. Ray Stephanie C. Rehanek Gerald A. Renner Heather A. Rifkin Bruce J. Robb Michael E. Romutis Tracy Rosky Ronald A. Rovnak Dyan M. Rowe Davis Antonia Rozman Joseph P. Ruda Susan S. Ruediger Heather A. Sakely Diane M. Santo Lori S. Sarnowski Jill A. Schachte David A. Schuetz Edward C. Seidl Douglas S. Sette Janice M. Shier David Shorr David E. Shubert Mary A. Silveri Patricia A. Simms J. W. Skalko Karen Smethers Jodi L. Smith Mary Louise Somma

Theodore C. Spaulding Karen M. Speerhas Rex A. Speerhas Renee Steinagel Kimberly A. Sweitzer Cindy Tami Richard D. Tarr Stephanie A. Taylor Christopher J. Thomas Sandra L. Trizzino Helen M. Urda James S. Urda Norma Jean Valdes Colleen R. Valentini Kelly R. Verrall Marianne Volk Michael F. Vorbach Leon P. Wateska Barbara J. Watson Jay A. Watson Dawn M. Weber Lee A. Weibel Charles R. Weiss Lee Ann White Lazan Lisa J. Wilcox Danelle A. Williams Teresa M. Woods Kilee S. Yarosh Milton D. Yasgur Michael R. Young Deirdre A. Younger Denise R. Zahorchak Virginia M. Zalakar Russell M. Zandonella Della Marie S. Zona Timothy W. Zurn

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DEVELOPMENT Mylan School of Pharmacy Alumni donors listed by Class Year 1933 Martin G. Albaugh 1940 Lois M. Natoli 1941 Louis V. Kasperik 1942 Patrick F. Belcastro John W. Ponas 1943 William Haver Arnold H. Lazarus 1945 Loretta L’Altrelli 1947 Hazel E. Overbeck 1950 Joseph A. Oddis 1951 Norman L. Gordon Robert A. Huffman John E. Lisicky Kenneth D. McDonnell John A. Paone James E. Sandala Charles J. Trainor Barbara J. Watson 1952 Leo M. Blaha Henry DeEulio Evelyn J. Jursek Gene A. Riley Keith Sevy 1953 Eleanor Grote Florine McQuade 1954 Albert E. Bernas Martin T. Chlystek Jane L. DeSanto

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Edgar N. Duncan James A. Ingram David Shorr Louis D. Vottero Thomas Watson 1955 Thomas F. Elias Thomas J. Fowler Charles J. Manfresca Charles R. Weiss 1956 Rose Marie DeWitt William P. Helsel Joseph P. Micale Gust Navaroli Calvin P. Page Maureen A. Prack Sidney H. Somers 1957 Paul J. Glynn Carol A. Little Sylvia Mulvihill Oreste L. Salerni 1958 Rose M. Arabia Ernest F. Dostalik Patricia L. Preto 1959 Maximilian E. Callaghan John J. Casey Evelyn Dostalik Rosemary T. Ferruzza Robert Z. Gussin Robert C. Landis Thomas B. Poux Mary Jo Reilly Barbara A. Starzynski 1960 Katherine L. Carr Ellis N. DeCresce Lawrence W. Grieco Daniel F. Pustinger

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Antonia Rozman John J. Valenti Paul J. Wirth

Edward H. Jones James S. Rulyak J. W. Skalko

1961 Evelyn C. Kolesar Alvin S. Moses Lynne F. Soltis Norma Jean Valdes Milton D. Yasgur

1967 Daniel H. Bender Eugene R. Bevacqua Barbara A. Bugosh Frank W. Schneck Leon P. Wateska

1962 Charles T. Augustine James R. Boeh Patricia J. Boland Joseph V. Bondi Barbara A. Chick Harriet S. Merkling Michael J. Romano John J. Sheridan

1968 Raymond P. Foglia Frances A. Koschalk Thomas Mattei

1963 Joan M. Bellisario Barbara B. Erzen Edward E. Erzen Thomas E. Jackovic Patricia Jarzynka James E. McBride Barbara A. McElroy 1964 Peter C. Bellisario Robert E. Grisnik John J. Jarzynka Lura L. Vereb 1965 Patrick H. Birmingham Frederick W. Fochtman Henry R. Freedy William R. MacDonald Joseph E. Manno R. M. McClain Thomas R. Miller Richard Vereb 1966 Judith A. Caiola Stephen M. Caiola Charlotte Glessner

1969 Charles D. Chasler Bruce J. Robb Marianne Robb Theodore C. Spaulding John J. Stewart 1970 James R. Anderson James J. Burgun Joseph C. DeMott Suzanne M. DeMott Salvatore Laverde Richard S. Nakles Gary R. Needham Dennis P. Shingleton Joseph S. Tempio 1971 Michele C. Bonistalli Deborah L. Burgun Daniel L. Klocek 1972 Fredrick H. Bender Judith A. Feigert Rebecca E. Goodermuth Cheryl A. Hoechner Dennis M. Hoffman 1973 Bernadette Blackstone R P. Kelly ANNUAL REPORT 2008 – 2009

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James J. Kostka Barbara Levenson Janet L. McCrommon Samuel P. Procaccini Susan E. Skarzynski Mary Ann Strembo Helen M. Urda Barbara A. Wood Gregory J. Wood Russell M. Zandonella 1974 Maura E. Boyle Marlene P. Fochtman Catherine M. Gabig Joseph Roman Karen M. Speerhas Rex A. Speerhas Mark P. Tarquinio James S. Urda 1975 Robert M. Amity Silvia P. Breakfield Clarke E. Close Louis C. Di Paolo Donald L. Gabig Erik T. Himelein Charles M. Karnack Harry J. Kaufman Mary Kelly Kathleen Kowalewski Teresa K. Matthews Michael D. Murray Barbara A. Piercy Robert J. Sever Imogene Sevin William J. Trogus 1976 Andrew J. Altobelli Ellen Antal Gary S. Bodnar Gayle A. Cotchen Clarence E. Curry John N. DeBalko Gayle A. Hudgins Edward G. Mihalo Diane C. Morris Paul E. Neal

1977 Mary A. Alston Vassilios Avramis Anthony J. Colega John P. Foglia Carol A. Himelein Cynthia A. Jackson Robert A. Jackson Jeffrey B. Krell Dona R. Laslow Ronald L. Lombardo Thomas Lubiejewski Richard A. Nickel Thomas M. Ross Kevin A. Schnupp 1978 Vincent B. Barlo Paul M. Bummer Richard P. Burgess Sally J. Burgess Michelle A. DeBalko Jeffrey K. Errick Robin S. Fernandez Carol Ann M. Gresh James F. Harry Colette M. Lettero Thomas J. Paulone Patricia J. Polansky Ellison Ponzurick Michael E. Romutis Mary Louise Somma Richard D. Tarr Lee Ann White Lazan 1979 Lawrence A. Audley Susan S. Avramis Bradley D. Birtalan Deema J. Budeiri Sandra J. Crabtree G. Michael Garmon Kenneth J. Glick Joseph W. Grotzinger Mary Louise Grotzinger Cathy J. Steward Hruska Richard J. Imhoff Francis L. Iorfido Susan A. Marlette Josephine A. Molino Barbara J. Morse

Daniel E. Napierkowski Paul A. Polansky Tina B. Stacy Michael F. Vorbach 1980 Janet K. Astle George M. Chunderlik Cindy J. Delano Josephine E. Divel Timothy B. Donahoe Carol S. Faust Deborah A. Johnson Barbara L. Kepich Melissa A. Menapace Susan E. Nuskey Ronald A. Rovnak Theresa S. Rusbosin Janice M. Shier Suzanne P. Simon 1981 William D. Bianco Craig G. Cochenour Edward C. Derkits Patricia C. Drutch Heidi D. Garmon Ernie J. Gribschaw Thomas F. Kreiner Dean Matanin Judy Mueller-Steinbach Mary L. Ocvirk David A. Schuetz Rita M. Solinsky Richard J. Steinbach Jay A. Watson Deirdre A. Younger 1982 Jeanine Ballinger Kristine A. Blackburn Kielie A. Ciuchta Dennis A. DiBiagio Laura A. DiBiagio Joseph C. Fleishaker Barbara R. Harrold Marc W. Harrold Donald J. Kerrish Phyllis M. Krueger Elizabeth Lewis-Naggy Michele A. Lutz

Mary B. MarandolaKenvin Ronald P. Ocvirk Beth D. Prendergast Donna A. Sigmund Barbara R. Struhar Michael J. Struhar 1983 Nancy A. Climo Tracy L. Dankoff Judy L. Downing Regina L. Galiszewski Peter M. Grondziowski Kathleen M. Kosty Janine S. Littlefield Bret A. Morrow Gina M. Morrow John R. Reynolds Susan S. Ruediger Diane M. Santo John E. Santo Lynne Sylvia Stephanie A. Taylor Carol A. Tice Patricia B. Wildasin Virginia M. Zalakar 1984 Alice P. Bahner Izzo Mary Anne Brick Sam A. Buffer Ronald R. Dewalt Isaac O. Donkor Daria L. Dulak Michael G. Hart Marybeth Kerr Irma H. Kountz Robert V. Laux Elaine E. Lowry Diane M. McCree Anthony C. Stellato Patricia A. Tomko Joseph E. Zalakar 1985 Ellen L. Barner Jenifer M. Blasinsky David A. DiPietro Lori A. DiRusso James K. Drennen

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DEVELOPMENT Brian J. Goetz Carla M. Goetz Jeanne M. Howard John R. Imperatore Michael N. Kenes Lynn M. Koshut Marijo J. Kraisinger Sandra N. McCracken Frank C. McCree Mary A. Silveri Joseph R. Sprout Linda B. Turco Donald A. Tuttle Susan M. Widziunas Michael R. Young 1986 Margaret N. AbangwuAkamelu Peter T. Bulatao Ronald G. Corey Robert D. Devlin Kelli A. DiPietro Helen L. Fox Paula Fricchione Felix A. Khin MaungGyi Olga T. Pratt Lisa C. Ruppel Colleen R. Valentini Paula W. Vyverberg 1987 Tracy B. Allmon Angelica K. Bivens Patricia M. D’Antonio Maura Fornataro Lea J. Grondziowski Mary A. Kenes Martha M. KowalBachinsky Constance L. Lamb Monica E. Pentrack Melanie K. Riedl Teresa M. Woods 1988 Sherrie Aspinall Karen M. Bagnato Mario G. DiNardo Michael V. Fornataro Marjorie B. Haller

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Mark A. Milad Daniel A. Nawrocki Tracy Rosky Christine A. Walker Donald A. Weber 1989 Christina M. Balow Manette S. Cignetti Frank A. Conforti Kelly J. Elder Mary Joan Friday Maryann Gilmore J. Christopher Gorski Dianne C. Jones Bertram F. Lott Todd H. Lowe Pattianne M. Lozano Marybeth Missenda Lisa H. Odeh Cathy E. Satovich Sandra L. Trizzino Robert T. Wanovich Lisa J. Wilcox Timothy W. Zurn 1990 Heather A. Demayo Terry L. Judson John D. Kirsch Denise A. Li Lisa W. O’Brien Robert M. Santini Douglas S. Sette Jodi L. Smith 1991 John F. Aber Stacey G. Ambrose Kristina A. Anderson Alicia E. Burkhart Nancy J. Eschrich David K. Grant Andrea Lott Michelle A. Lowe David F. Maize Kara A. O’Karma Gerald A. Renner Edward C. Seidl Timothy D. Speerhas David J. Wargo Deborah D. Wargo

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Dawn M. Weber Danelle A. Williams 1992 William F. Bell Thomas W. Glowa Beth A. Hawk Sherry M. LaFreniere Shawn R. Nairn Jill A. Schachte Karen Smethers Janel E. Stomberger Lee A. Weibel Denise R. Zahorchak 1993 Jennifer K. French Sharon L. Galzarano Deborah A. Hageter Kristen J. Nicholson Joseph Paulisick Cynthia A. Sanoski 1994 Eileen M. Baranowski Carolyn A. Cmiel Walter J. Cmiel JoAnn Fitch Kenneth W. Koscinski Holly S. Kruszewski Matthew S. Kruszewski Scott E. Krzeczowski Anne M. Logan George Manolangas Gerri M. Paulisick Jody C. Quinn Christopher A. Sarnowski Lucy E. Speerhas Michael C. Steinagel Kelly R. Verrall Della Marie S. Zona 1995 Daniel J. Asti Jennifer A. Asti Cheryl A. Colega Eric M. Conti Patrick T. Devine Shelley L. Donalies Ann-Marie K. Kelch Jeffrey J. Liberati

Kathleen J. McCoy James D. McCune Michael A. Mohutsky Joseph R. Piccotti Dyan M. Rowe Davis Jennifer L. Rudnicki Lori S. Sarnowski Eugene R. Schachte David E. Shubert Renee Steinagel 1996 Shelly L. Canale Kimberly A. ClawsonHuber Kathleen DeRose Matthew S. Grisik Jennesa J. Haight David S. King Lorie A. Klarich Tawnya M. Krebs Lon R. Krueger Susan E. LenhartHerman Catherine A. Porr Jeffrey C. Stringert Andrew O. Thomas 1997 Laura A. Bennett Jo Anna Crawford Edward A. Decaria Brant J. Gahr Carrie J. Herring Julie K. Huskey William F. Johnson Delilah J. Mazur Edward L. Mazur Gayle M. McCune David A. Meyer Beata J. Przebinda Mary E. Ray Stephanie C. Rehanek Jean B. Reichenbach Jayanne C. Silvers Kilee S. Yarosh 1998 Daniel E. Ault Susan M. BoburchukTallion Melissa A. Brunecz


Angela M. Chilson Jeffrey A. Chilson Amy E. Elvidge Joanna Grisik Michelle L. Holbrook Daniel A. Lewis Nathan J. Luther Jeffrey S. Popovic Jonathan B. Reitz Christopher J. Thomas 1999 Kathleen A. Klocek 2000 Susan Guttendorf Marsha A. McFalls Heather A. Rifkin 2001 John A. Baranowski Marcie M. Bender Kelly J. Bobbs Emily R. Hajjar Trisha L. Jawdy Linda M. Larson Holly L. Lavery Rhonda S. Rea 2002 Kimberly E. Bauer Sarah Cochran Jason R. Collins Heather M. Mann

Grace A. Popeck Kimberly A. Sweitzer 2003 Jacqueline M. Frank Robert A. Gallagher Stephanie E. Gallagher Jason M. Kelly Mark A. Kleinberger Jeffrey S. Lavelle Gina P. Liberati Maria A. Osborne 2004 Kristen M. Fink Kristin M. Kline Latisha A. Powers Heather A. Sakely Patricia A. Simms John R. Tomko 2005 Daniel A. Denning Kelly A. Fee Renee M. Ference Todd A. Fortney Anne M. Jacques 2006 Bradley J. Brazill 2007 Timothy F. Gentilcore Gretchen L. Peirce

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FAC ULTY Division Heads and Directors Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences Division Head: Christopher K. Surratt, Ph.D. Pharmaceutics Moji Christianah Adeyeye, Ph.D. Carl A. Anderson, Ph.D. Lawrence H. Block, Ph.D. Riccardo L. Boni, Ph.D. James K. Drennen III, Ph.D. Wilson S. Meng, Ph.D. Randall J. Voytilla, Pharm.D. Peter Wildfong, Ph.D. Pharmacology J. Douglas Bricker, Ph.D. Jane Cavanaugh, Ph.D. Vicki L. Davis, Ph.D. David A. Johnson, Ph.D. Wilson S. Meng, Ph.D. Christopher K. Surratt, Ph.D. Paula Witt-Enderby, Ph.D.

Pharmacy Practice Hildegarde J. Berdine, Pharm.D. Beth Coast-Senior, Pharm.D. Raymond A. Eder, Pharm.D. Henry R. Freedy, Pharm.D. Patricia A. Keys, Pharm.D. Holly Lassila, DPH Robert V. Laux, Pharm.D. John G. Lech, Pharm.D. Bruce H. Livengood, Pharm.D. Marsha A. McFalls, Pharm.D. Mary G. Mihalyo, Pharm.D. Christine K. O’Neil, Pharm.D. Thomas L. Rihn, Pharm.D. Autumn Lyn Runyon, Pharm.D. Monica Skomo, Pharm.D. Nicole Tagliavia, Pharm.D. John R. Tomko, Pharm.D. Directors of Academic Research Centers

Medicinal Chemistry Patrick Flaherty, Ph.D. Aleem Gangjee, Ph.D. Marc W. Harrold, Ph.D. David J. Lapinsky, Ph.D.

Christine O’Neil, Pharm.D., Center for Pharmacy Care

Division of Clinical, Social and Administrative Sciences Division Head: David J. Tipton, Ph.D.

James K. Drennen, III, Ph.D., Duquesne Center for Pharmaceutical Technology

Pharmacy Administration Vincent J. Giannetti, Ph.D Khalid M. Kamal, Ph.D. Joseph M. Kristofik, J.D. Thomas J. Mattei, Pharm.D. David J. Tipton, Ph.D.

Directors of Academic Programs

Marsha McFalls, Pharm.D., Center for Pharmacy Practice John Lech, Pharm.D., Center for Pharmaceutical Information

Bruce Livengood, Pharm.D., Director of Assessment and Educational Strategies Joseph Kristofik, J.D., Director of Experiential Education David Johnson, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Studies

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2007-2008 Faculty Highlights APPOINTMENTS Tagliavia, N. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Tomko, J. R. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Runyon, A. L. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Lassila, H. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice GRANTS Principal Investigator(s): Adeyeye, M. C. Project Title: Development of Age-Appropriate Fast Disintegrating Pediatric Granules and Tablets of Fixed Dose Combination Antiretroviral Drugs. Period of Project: July 2007-July 2010 Agency: NIH Amount: $121,000 Principal Investigator(s): Cavanaugh, J. E. Project Title: Kinase Signaling in Aging Dopamine Neurons Period of Project: 09/01/2005-7/31/2010 Agency: NIA Amount: $115,265 Principal Investigator(s): Davis, V. & Adeyeye, M.C. Project Title: Developing an Ophthalmic Estrogen Treatment for Cataract Prevention Period of Project: 1/1/07-12/31/08 Agency: PA Health Formula CURE Amount: $35,660 Principal Investigator(s): Davis, V. Project Title: Markers of DDT action in the Mammary Gland Period of Project: 8/1/07-7/31/08 Agency: Hunkele Dreaded Disease, Duquesne University Amount: $10,000

Principal Investigator(s): Davis, V. Project Title: Black Cohosh Regulation of Cancer-Related Markers Period of Project: 5/1/07-4/30/09 Agency: Faculty Development Fund, Duquesne University Amount: $10,000 Principal Investigator(s): Davis, V., & Selcer, K. Project Title: Regulation of Steroids Sulfatase by Glucocorticoids in Human Bone Cells Period of Project: 1/1/06-12/31/07 Agency: PA Health Formula CURE Amount: $41,495 Principal Investigator(s): Flaherty, P. T. Project Title: Synthesis and Evaluation of Tubulysin Analogs Period of Project: 5/06-5/09 Agency: Faculty Development Grant, Duquesne University Amount: $10,000 Principal Investigator(s): Gangjee, A. Project Title: Novel Single, Dual and Multi-targeted Inhibitors of RTKs. Period of Project: 1/20/2003-12/30/2008 Agency: NIH, NCI Amount: $278,580 Principal Investigator(s): Gangjee, A. Project Title: Antitumor Antimitotics that Reverse Tumor Resistance Period of Project: 2/24/2006-1/31/2011 Agency: NIH, NCI Amount: $247,872 Principal Investigator(s): Gangjee, A. Project Title: Novel, P. jirovecii Specific Antipneumocystis Agents Period of Project: 5/15/2006-4/31/2010 Agency: NIH, NIAID Amount: $313,094 Principal Investigator(s): Gangjee, A. Project Title: Alpha Folate Receptor Mediated GARFTase Inhibitors as Selective Antitumor Agents Period of Project: 9/26/2006-7/31/2011 Agency: NIH, NCI Amount: $261,282 ANNUAL REPORT 2007 – 2008

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FAC ULTY Principal Investigator(s): Johnson, D. J. Project Title: Cholinergic Lesions and Age-related Cholinergic Impairment Period of Project: 08/07-06/08 Agency: University of Pittsburgh Amount: $59,483 Principal Investigator(s): Kamal, K. Project Title: Quality Improvement in Physician Process and Patient Outcomes in Diabetes Care Period of Project: 2007-2008 Agency: Duquesne University Amount: $2,000 Principal Investigator(s): Kamal, K. Project Title: Pharmacoeconomic evaluation of tumor necrosis factor inhibitors in the treatment of Ankylosing Spondylitis Period of Project: 2007-2009 Agency: Duquesne University Amount: $4,943 Principal Investigator(s): Lapinsky, D., Surratt, C., & Madura, J. Project Title: Molecular modeling-guided discovery and design of novel irreversible ligands for the dopamine transporter, the brain’s “cocaine receptor” Period of Project: 7/01/08-7/01/10 Agency: Hunkele Dreaded Disease, Duquesne University Amount: $10,000 Principal Investigator(s): McFalls-Stringert, M. Project Title: Academic Learning Outcomes Assessment Mini-Grant Period of Project: 2008-2009 Agency: Duquesne University Amount: $2,000 Principal Investigator(s): McFalls-Stringert, M., Rihn, T., Keys, P., & Livengood, B. Project Title: The Development of a Skill-based Competency Examination to Assess Pharmacy Students Preparation for Experiential Education. Period of Project: 7/01/08-6/30/09 Agency: Duquesne University Amount: $2,000

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Principal Investigator(s): O’Neil, C. K., Skomo, M. L., & Berdine, H. J. Project Title: Spirit of Health Initiative – Tobacco Cessation Programming. Period of Project: 2007-2009 Agency: Tobacco Free Allegheny Amount: $38,422 Principal Investigator(s): Runyon, A., O’Neil, C. K., & Skomo, M. L., Project Title: Rx for Change – Clinician Assisted Tobacco Cessation. Period of Project: 2007-2008 Agency: Tobacco Free Allegheny Amount: $7,030 Principal Investigator(s): Skomo, M. Project Title: Spirit of Health Initiative Period of Project: 2007-2008 Agency: Portiuncula Foundation Amount: $20,000 Principal Investigator(s): Surratt, C. K. Project Title: Monoamine Transporter StructureFunction Studies. Period of Project: 8/1/07-7/31/10 Agency: National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse Amount: $55,000 Principal Investigator(s): Wildfong, P. L. D., Morris, K.R. Project Title: Solid Oral Dosage Form Unit Operations Review Training Source: Food and Drug Administration Amount: 6 month no-cost extension ($35,440) Principal Investigator(s): Witt-Enderby, P. Project Title: Development of Bone Regenerative Scaffold Period of Project: 1/1/08-12/30/10 Agency: PA Health Formula Research Grants Amount: $42,274


Principal Investigator(s): Witt-Enderby, P. Project Title: The Effect of Melatonin’s Efficacy at Reducing Primary and Metastatic Breast Cancer Period of Project: 5/1/06-4/30/09 Agency: Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Amount: $250,000

Flaherty, P. (2007) Piperidine Derivatives as Aspartic Protease Inhibitors and Their Preparation, Pharmaceutical Compositions and Use in the Treatment of Aspartic Protease Mediated Diseases. Baldwin, J. J. et al. 2007, 2007070201p. 529 pp.

Principal Investigator(s): Witt-Enderby, P. Project Title: The Effect of Melatonin on Bone Turnover Markers in Perimenopausal Women Period of Project: 1/1/08-12/31/09 Agency: School of Pharmacy Translational Research Program Amount: $20,000

PUBLICATIONS and Patents Journals (Peer-Reviewed)

Principal Investigator(s): Witt-Enderby, P. Project Title: Pharmacological Evaluation of 13a, 14 dihydro-6H-pyrazino[1,2-a;4,5-a’]diindole Analogs as Melatonin Receptor Ligands Using Competition Binding Analysis and Recombinant Cell Lines Expressing the Human MT1 and MT2 Melatonin Receptors. Period of Project: 5/1/07-4/30/08 Agency: American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education Amount: $4,000

Anderson, C. A., & Shi, Z. (2008). Determination of Pharmaceutical Powder Blending End-Point Criteria Using Multiple NIR Sensors. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis Manuscript, 47:738-745.

PATENTS/COPYRIGHTS

Short, S. M., Cogdill, R. P., & Anderson, C. A. (2008). Figures of Merit Comparison of Reflectance and Transmittance Near-Infrared Methods for the Prediction of Constituent Concentrations in Pharmaceutical Compacts. Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 3(2):41-50.

Adeyeye, M. C. & Esseku, F. (2008) Development of Oral Fixed Dose Combination Pediatric Anti-retroviral Drugs. Provisional Patent. 2007 Issued: Jan 2008 Flaherty, P. (2007) Acylpiperidine Compounds as Renin Inhibitors and Their Preparation, Pharmaceutical Composition and Use in the Treatment of Diseases Associated with Aspartic Protease Activity, Baldwin, J. J. et al. 2007 (Vitae Pharmaceuticals Inc., Smithkline Beecham). Application: 2007-US8339 2007117482 619 pp. Flaherty, P. (2007) Diaminopropanol Derivatives as Rennin Inhibitors and Their Preparation, Pharmaceutical Compositions and Use in the Treatment of Diseases. Baldwin, J. J. et al. (Vitae Pharmaceuticals) Application 2007-US8518, 2007117557p. 164 pp.

Ma, H., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). Characterization of Pharmaceutical Powder Blends by NIR Chemical Imaging. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 97(8):3305-3320.

Anderson, C. A., Shi, Z., Cogdill, R. P. & Short, S. M. (2008). Process Characterization of Powder Blending by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Blend End-Points and Beyond. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 47:738–745.

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FAC ULTY Cogdill, R. P., Herkert, T., Anderson, C. A., & Drennen, J.K. (2007). Synthetic Calibration for Efficient Method Development: Analysis of Tablet API Concentration by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 2(3-4):93-105.

Palermo, R., Cogdill, R. P., Short, S. M., Drennen, III, J.K., & Taday, P.F. (2008). Density Mapping and Chemical Component Calibration Development of Four-Component Compacts via Terahertz Pulsed Imaging. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 46:36 – 44.

Cogdill, R. P., Knight, T. P., Anderson, C. A., & Drennen, J. K. (2007). The Financial Returns on Investments in Process Analytical Technologies and Lean Manufacturing: Benchmarks and Case Study. Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 2 (1-2):38-50.

Zhenqi, S., Cogdill, R. P., Short, S. M., Drennen, J. K., & Anderson, C.A. (2008). Process Characterization of Powder Blending by NearInfrared Spectroscopy: Blend End-Points and Beyond. Journal of Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Analysis, 47:738-745.

Berdine, H. J., & O’Neil, C. K., (2007). Development and Implementation of a CampusBased Wellness Center. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 47(3):390-397.

Flaherty, P. T. (2007). Heterocyclic Chemistry at a Glance, by John A. Joule and Keith Mills. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 50:6289.

Herndon, C. M., Hutchison, R.W., & Berdine, H. J. (2008). Management of Chronic Nonmalignant Pain with Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs: Joint Opinion Statement of the Ambulatory Care, Cardiology, and Pain and Palliative Care Practice and Research Networks of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Pharmacotherapy, 28(6):788-805. Amidon, G. E., Peck, G. E., Block, L. H., Moreton, R. C., Katdare, A., Lafaver, R., & Sheehan, C. (2007). Proposed New USP General Information Chapter, Excipient Performance <1059>. Pharm. Forum, 33(6):1311-1323. Boni, R. L., (2008). “Book Review: Basic Statistics and Pharmaceutical Statistical Applications (2nd edition) by James E. De Muth,” Statistics in Medicine, 27(14): 27432744. Lin, E., Cavanaugh, J. E., Leak, R. K., Perez, R. G., & Zigmond, M. J. (2008). Rapid Activation of ERK by 6-hydroxydopamine Promotes Survival of a Dopaminergic Cell. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 86:108-117. Ma, H., Drennen, J. K., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). Optimization of Magnification Levels for NIR Chemical Imaging for Blending of Pharmaceutical Powders. Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy, 15(3): 137-151.

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Moore, M. D., Jain, P., Flaherty, P. T., & Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008).1-Isopropyl-4-nitro-6-methoxy-1Hbenzimidazole. Acta Crystallographica Section E. E66:1336-1337. Gangjee, A., Zeng, Y., Talreja, T., McGuire, J. J., Kisliuk, R. L., & Queener, S. F. (2007). Design and Synthesis of Classical and Nonclassical, 6-Arylthio2,4-diamino-5-ethylpyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidines as Antifolates. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 50:3046-3053. Gangjee, A., Yu, J., Copper, J. E., & Smith, C. D. (2007). Discovery of Novel Antitumor Antimitotic Agents That Also Reverse Tumor Resistance. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 50:3290-3301. Gangjee, A., Jain, H. D., & Kurup, S. (2007). Recent Advances in Classical and Nonclassical Antifolates as Antitumor and Antiopportunistic Infection Agents, Part I. Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry, 7:524-542. Gangjee, A., Jain, H. D., & Kurup, S. (2008). Recent Advances in Classical and Nonclassical Antifolates as Antitumor and Antiopportunistic Infection Agents, Part II. Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry, 8:205-231.


Gangjee, A., Li, W., Yang, J., & Kisliuk, R. L. (2008). Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Classical and Nonclassical 2-Amino-4-oxo-5-substituted6-methylpyrrolo[3,2-d]pyrimidines as Dual Thymidylate Synthase and Dihydrofolate Reductase Inhibitors. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 51:68-76. Gangjee, A., Jain, H. D., Queener, S. F., & Kisliuk, R. L. (2007). The Effect of 5-Alkyl Substitution on Dual Inhibitory Activity Against Dihydrofolate Reductase and Thymidylate Synthase in Pyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidines. The Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Chemistry & Biology of Peridines and Folates, 1:84-90. Gangjee, A., Namjoshi, O. A., Yu, J., Ihnat, M. A., Thorpe, J. E., & Warnke, L. A. (2008). Design, Synthesis, and Biological Evaluation of Substituted Pyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidines as Multiple Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors and Antiangiogenic Agents. Bioorg. & Med. Chem., 16:5514-5528. Gangjee, A., Jain, H. D., Queener, S. F., & Kisliuk, R. L. (2008). The Effect of 5-Alkyl Modification on the Biological Activity of Pyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidine Containing Classical and Nonclassical Antifolates as Inhibitors of Dihydrofolate Reductase and as Antitumor and/ or Antiopportunistic Infection Agents. J. Med. Chem., 51:4589-4600. Deng, Y., Hou, Z., Wang, L., Cherian, C., Wu, J., Gangjee, A., & Matherly, L. H. (2008). Role of Lysine 411 in Substrate Carboxyl Group Binding to the Human Reduced Folate Carrier, as Determined by Site-directed Mutagenesis and Affinity Inhibition. Molecular Pharmacology, 73:1274-1281. Rutkowski, J. L., Thomas, J. M., Bering, C. L., Speicher, J. L., Radio, N. M., Smith, D. M., & Johnson, D. A. (2008). A Rapid, Simple, and Inexpensive Technique for Platelet-Rich Plasma For Use in Dental Surgery. Journal of Oral Implantology, 34(1):25-33.

Gibbs, R. B., & Johnson, D. A. (2008). Sex Specific Effects of Gonadectomy and Hormone Treatment on Acquisition of a 12-arm Radial Maze Task. Endocrinology, 149:3176-3183. Sartore, M. E., & Kamal, K. M. (2007). Costs and Thresholds in Cost-effectiveness Analysis. Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 26(10):1455-6. Epub 2007 September 15, 2007. Parekh, R., Rane, P., & Kamal, K. M. (2007). Enhancing Pharmacist-physician Communication: A Step Towards Reducing Medication Errors. Bulletin of the Allegheny County Medical Society, 96(11):508-512. Lapinsky, D., Pulipaka, A., & Bergmeier, S. (2008). Substitution Effects in Intramolecular AziridineAllylsilane Cyclizations. Journal of Organic Chemistry, May 2008. Jia, L., Kovacs, J. R., Zheng, Y., Shen, H., Gawalt, E. S., & Meng, W. S. (2008). Expansion of Foxp3-expressing Regulatory T Cells in Vitro from Dendritic Cells Engineered with Polymeric Particles Carrying Plasmid Encoding Interleukin-10. Biomaterials, 29:1250-1261. O’Neil, C. K., & Berdine, H. J. (2007). Experiential Education of Doctor of Pharmacy Students Through a University-Based Pharmacist Coordinated Wellness Center. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 71(3), Article 49. Skomo, M. L., Desselle, S. D., Berdine, H. J., & O’Neil, C. K. (2008). Impact of Pharmacist Interventions on Seeking of Medical Care by Migraineurs. Journal of American Pharmacists Association, 48:32-37. Indarte, M., Madura, J. D., & Surratt, C. K. (2008). Dopamine Transporter Comparative Molecular Modeling and Binding Site Prediction Using the LeuTAa leucine Transporter as a Template. Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics, 70:1033-1046.

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FAC ULTY Moore, M. D., Cogdill, R. P., Short, S. M., Hair, C. R., & Wildfong, P. L. D., (2008). The Use of Net Analyte Signal Orthogonalization in the Separation of Multi-Component Diffraction Patterns Obtained from X-ray Powder Diffraction of Intact Compacts. Journal Pharmaceutical Biomedical Analysis, 47(2):238-247.

Rihn, T. L. (2007). A New Agent for Acute Severe Hypertension. Allegheny County Medical Society Bulletin, December 2007.

Attia, M. I., Julius, J., Witt-Enderby, P. A., & Zlotos, D. P. (2007). Synthesis and Pharmacological Evaluation of 13a, 14-dihydro6H, 13H-pyrazino[1,2-a;4,5-a’]diindole Analogs as Potential Melatonin Receptor Ligands. Tetrahedron, 63:754-760.

Rihn, T. L. (2007). Assimilating Growth Factor Evidence, Practice Guidelines, and FDA recommendations: Shaping the Pharmacist’s Role in Management. Innovation in cancer supportive care newsletter, December 2007.

Attia, M. I., Julius, J., Witt-Enderby, P. A., & Zlotos, D. P. (2007). Synthesis, NMR Conformational Analysis and Pharmacological Evaluation of 6,7, 13,14-tetrahydro-7aHcyclobuta[2’,3’]indolo [2’,1’:2,3] pyrimido [1,2-a]indole Analogs as Potential Melatonin Receptor Ligands. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 5:2129-2137.

Rihn, T. L. (2007). Erythropoietic Stimulating Agents: Current Status. Allegheny County Medical Society Bulletin, May 2008 Rihn, T. L. (2007). Anticoagulation in ACS – Emerging therapeutic options. Value in thrombosis management newsletter, July 2007. Rihn, T. L. Spinler, S., Seybert, A., & Fanikos J. (2008). Anticoagulation in Non-ST-Segment Acute Coronary Syndromes; Emerging Therapeutic Options. Formulary, September, 2008.

Bondi, C. D., McKeon, R. M., Bennett, J. M., Ignatius, P. F., Brydon, L., Jockers, R., Melan, M. A., & Witt-Enderby, P. A. (2008). MT1 Melatonin Receptor Internalization Underlies Melatonininduced Morphologic Changes in Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells and these Processes are Dependent on Gi Proteins, MEK 1/2 and Microtubule Modulation. Journal of Pineal Research, 44(3):288-293.

Adamson, R., Rihn, T. L., Lew, I., & Griffith, N. (2008). Integrating Recent Growth Factor Evidence, Practicing Guidelines, and FDA Recommendations: Validating the Pharmacist’s Role in Management. Formulary, April 2008.

Journals (Non-Reviewed)

Books, Book Chapters, and Reviews

Drennen, J. K. Editorial, Quality Products at a Reasonable Price. Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 3(1-2).

Adyeye, M., & Brittain, H. (Eds.). Preformulation in Solid Dosage Form Development, Informa Healthcare Publisher. ISBN: 9780824758097

Drennen, J. K. Editorial, Quality by DesignWhat does it really mean? Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 2(3-4), 65.

Adeyeye, M. C., (2008). Drug-Excipient, Interaction During Solid Dosage Form Development. In: Preformulation in Solid Dosage Form Development, Adeyeye, M. C. & Brittain. H. G. (Eds). Informa Healthcare Publisher. ISBN: 9780824758097.

Lech, J. G. (2007). “Interesting Summaries for Summer Reading.” Bulletin Allegheny County Medical Society 96:324-9.

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Berdine, H. J. (2008). “Treatment of Anxiety and Depression in the Palliative Care Patient.” In: Strickland J. (ed). Pharmacotherapy in the Palliative Care Population 1st ed. Washington, DC: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Cogdill, R. P., & Drennen, J. K. (2007). “NearInfrared Spectroscopy.” In: Brittain, Harry G. (Ed.). Spectroscopy of Pharmaceutical Solids. 1st Edition, volume 160 of the textbook series Drugs and The Pharmaceutical Sciences (pp. 313-412). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Harrold, M. W. (2008). “Angiotensin-converting Enzyme Inhibitors, Antagonists and Calcium Blockers.” In: Lemke T. L., Williams D. A., Roche V. F., Zito S. W. (Eds). Foye’s Principles of Medicinal Chemistry 6th ed. (pp. 738-768). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Harrold, M. W. (2008). “Antihyperlipoproteinemics and Inhibitors of Cholesterol Biosynthesis.” In: Lemke T. L., Williams D. A., Roche V. F., Zito S. W (Eds). Foye’s Principles of Medicinal Chemistry 6th ed. (pp. 797-819). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Maher, T. J. & Johnson, D. A. (2007). “Receptors and Drug Action.” In: Foye, Lemke and Williams (Eds)., Principles of Medicinal Chemistry, 6th ed. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Lech, J. G., Nagurney, L. E., & Martello, J. L. (2008). “Insect Repellents: Itching for Relief.” WellAware Newsletter, Center for Pharmacy Care, May-June: 2008. Lech, J. G., Strutt A. M., & Matthews, B. P. (2008). “Restless Legs Syndrome: A Not so Moving Experience.” WellAware Newsletter, Center for Pharmacy Care, March-April: 2008. Lech, J. G., Chirumbolo, S. A., & Olszewski, L. R. (2008). “Celiac Disease: Watch What You Eat.” WellAware Newsletter, Center for Pharmacy Care, January-February: 2008.

Lech, J. G., Mohamedraza M. Smith GF. (2007). “Parkinson’s Disease.” WellAware Newsletter, Center for Pharmacy Care, NovemberDecember: 2007. Lech, J. G., Roberts RR, Weber CM. (2007). “Fibromyalgia: A Pain for Millions.” WellAware Newsletter, September-October: 2007. O’Neil, C. K. (2008). “Pain Management,” In Pharmacotherapy: Principles and Practice, 1st Edition, McGraw Hill Companies, Inc. pp. 487-500.

Presentations Poster Presentations Bijlani, V. J., & Adeyeye, M. C. (2007). Determination of Optimum Compression Conditions for a Fast Disintegrating Tablet Formulation Based on Compaction Profiles and Strain Rate Studies. American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences 21st Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 2007. Anderson, C. A., Drennen, J. K., Cogdill, R. P., Shi, Z., Zacour, B., Moore, M. & Short S. (2008). Implementation of Control Systems for Fluid Bed Granulation and Blending. The Twenty-Second International Forum on Process Analytical Chemistry (IFPAC), Baltimore, MD, January 27-30, 2008. Zhenqi, S., Short, S. M., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). Scattering Orthogonalization of NearInfrared Spectra for Analysis of Pharmaceutical Tablets. American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences, San Diego, CA, November 2007. Astle, J., Coast-Senior, E., & Livengood, B. (2007). Use of a Rubric and Formative Feedback in the Evaluation of Experiential Education Portfolios. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, July 17, 2007.

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FAC ULTY Kahaleh, A., Talluto, B., Astle, J., Tyczkowski, P., Copeland, D., Kieser, M., See, C. & Besinque, K. (2007). Developing a National Preceptor Training Program. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, July 17, 2007. Kahaleh, A., Astle, J., Meyer, S., Sheaffer, S., Becker, L., Graham, B., & Finley, R. (2007). PA Coalition Preceptor Training Program: Enhancing Preceptorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Development Skills. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, July 17, 2007. Fu, S., & Block, L. H., (2007). A Preliminary Study of the Rheological Properties of Selected Grades of Sodium Alginate. [Poster #W4218], American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 2007. Coast-Senior, E., Astle, J., & Livengood, B. (2007). Development of a Model to Address Longitudinal Learning Outcome Progression Across Competency Domains. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, July 17, 2007. Ma, H., Drennen, J. K., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). Characterization of Pharmaceutical Powder Blending Using NIR Chemical Imaging. American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences, San Diego, CA, November 2007. Ma, H., Drennen, J. K., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). Characterization of Radial and Axial Powder Blending by NIR Chemical Imaging. American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 2007. Searles, L., Yi, S., Flaherty, P. T., & Madura, J. (2007). Design and Synthesis of Anti-Cancer Agents Based on Tubulysin. Duquesne University Undergraduate Research Symposium, Pittsburgh, PA, July 2007.

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Shinsky, S. & Freedy, H. (2007). Necrotizing Fasciitis and Septic Shock Due to CommunityAssociated MRSA. American Society of HealthSystem Pharmacists Mid-Year Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, December 2007. Peters, C. Freedy, H., & Burket, J. (2007). High Dose Daptomycin for the Treatment of Aortic Valve Endocarditis and Paraspinal Abscess Caused by Enterococcus Faecalis. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Mid-Year Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, December 2007. Cai, L. & Johnson, D. A. (2007). Recognition of Novel Objects and their Location in Rats with Selective Cholinergic Lesion of the Medial Septum. Program No. 92.21. 2007 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2007. Online. Malichky, P. E., Mostowy, J. M., & Johnson, D. A. (2008). Glutathione Depletion Following Intraperitoneal Injection of 2-Chloroacrylonitrile. Society of Toxicology Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 17, 2008. Kamal, K. M., Rane, P., Parekh, R., Desselle, S., & Zacker, C. (2008). Analysis of FDA Warning Letters and Notices to Manufacturers of Pharmaceuticals Concerning Health OutcomesRelated Promotional Claims Violations. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, Toronto, Canada, May 2008. Abstract published in Value in Health 2008;11(3):A53. Khanna, R., Scott, V. G., Kavookjian, J., Kamal, K. M., Miller, L. A., & Neal, W. A. (2008). Physiciansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Intention to Measure Body Mass Index in Children and Adolescents: A Theory of Reasoned Action Model. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, Toronto, Canada, May 2008. Abstract published in Value in Health 2008;11(3):A167.


Khanna, R., Smith, M. J., & Kamal, K. M. (2007). Utilization of Chronic Arthritisrelated Healthcare Services by Children and Adolescents in a Medicaid Population. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, WA, May 2007. Abstract published in Value in Health 2007;10(3):A121. Naik, S., Kamal, K. M., Keys, P., & Mattei, T. J. (2007). Evaluating the Cost-effectiveness of Tiotropium in the Treatment of Moderate Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, WA, May 2007. Abstract published in Value in Health 2007;10(3):A178. Naik, S., & Kamal, K. M. (2007). Measurement of Quality of Life in Restless Legs Syndrome. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, WA, May 2007. Abstract published in Value in Health 2007:10(3):A94. Parekh, R., Rane, P., Kamal, K. M., & Desselle, S. (2007). Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters to Manufacturers Concerning Promotional Violations. Annual Meeting of American Managed Care Pharmacy, Boston, MA, October 2007. Parekh, H., Kamal, K., Skomo, M. L., & Smith, M. (2008). Trends in Hospitalizations Among Inpatients with Rheumatoid Arthritis – an Analysis of 2002-2004 Health Care Cost and Utilization Project Data. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research 13th Annual International Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 6, 2008. Parekh, H., Kamal, K., Smith, M., & Skomo, M. L. (2008). Resource Utilization Among Inpatients with Rheumatoid Arthritis – an Analysis of 2004 Health Care Cost and Utilization Project Data. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research 13th Annual International Meeting, Toronto, Canada, May 6, 2008.

Parekh, H. H., & Kamal, K. M. (2007). Economic Evaluation of Tumor Necrosis Factor Inhibitors in the Treatment of Ankylosing Spondylitis. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, WA, May 2007. Abstract published in Value in Health 2007,10(3):A118. Rane, P. B., & Kamal, K. M. (2007). A Review of Health Related Quality of Life Instruments Used in Children and Adolescents with Epilepsy. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, WA, May 2007. Abstract published in Value in Health 2007, 10(3):A94. Shah, N., & Kamal, K. M. (2008). Review of Quality of Life Instruments in Migraine. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, Toronto, Canada, May 2008. Abstract published in Value in Health 2008,11(3):A145. Jia, L., Kovacs, J. R., Zheng, Y., Gawalt, E.S., Shen, H. & Meng, W. S. (2007). Surfacemodified Polymeric Particles for the Delivery of Plasmid Encoding Interleukin-10 in Dendritic Cells. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 13, 2007. Poster Presentations by Division 60

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FAC ULTY Kovacs, J. R., Zheng, Y., Jia, L., Shen, H., Gawalt, E. S. & Meng W. S. (2007). Targeting DNA to Dendritic Cells Using Major Compatibility Complex (MHC) Class II Ligands. Experimental Biology/American Association of Immunologists Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA November 18, 2007. Padden, J., Berdine, H., & Mihalyo, M. (2008). Evaluation of a Proposed Multifaceted Antimicrobial Stewardship Program in a Community Health System. Trinity Health System/Duquesne University/Palliative Therapeutics, LLC., Pittsburgh, PA, May 2008. Skomo, M. L., Desselle, S. D., Berdine, H. J., & Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neil, C. K. (2008). Impact of a Pharmacist Intervention on Migraineur Physician-consulting Behavior. National Headache Foundations Annual Headache Research Summit, Scottsdale, AZ, February 19, 2008. Skomo, M. L., Desselle, S. D., Berdine, H. J., & Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neil, C. K. (2007). Implementation and Impact of a Pharmacist-Led Education Program for Migraineurs. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October 17, 2007. Miller, M., Skomo, M. L., & Berdine, H. J. (2007). Development and Implementation of a Pharmacist-Managed Medication Adherence and Medication Therapy Management Clinic in a Family Practice Office. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October 17, 2007. Skomo, M. L., Kamal, K. M., & Berdine, H. J. (2007). Integration of CAPE Outcomes into a Pharmacy Practice Course Through Application of Business Plan Models. The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Meeting, Orlando, FL, July 17, 2007. Huang, Y., Liu, Y., Madura, J. D. & Surratt, C. K. (2008). Electrostatic Binding Free Energy Calculations for Drug-neurotransmitter Transporter Protein Interactions. Chemical Computing Group Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 13, 2008.

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Manepalli, S., Madura, J. D., Indarte, M. & Surratt, C. K. (2008). Using a Computational Serotonin Transporter Model to Identify Binding Site Residues. Chemical Computing Group Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 13, 2008. Pantzar, L. A., Moore, M. D., Hair, C. R., & Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). Quantitative Multivariate Applications in PXRD of Intact Multi-Component Consolidated Pharmaceutical Systems. 7th Pharmaceutical Powder X-Ray Diffraction Symposium (PPXRD-7), Orlando, FL, February 25-28, 2008. Moore, M. D., Hair, C. R., Cogdill, R. P., & Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). Chemometrics as a Tool for Comparing Different Geometrical Modes in Multi-Component Quantitative PXRD Analysis of Intact Compacts. 7th Pharmaceutical Powder X-Ray Diffraction Symposium (PPXRD-7), Orlando, FL, February 25-28, 2008. Moore, M. D., Hair, C. R., Cogdill, R. P., & Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). Chemometrics as a Tool for Comparing Different Geometrical Modes in Multi-Component Quantitative PXRD Analysis of Intact Compacts. 7th Pharmaceutical Powder X-Ray Diffraction Symposium (PPXRD-7), San Diego, CA. November 11-15, 2007. Sethi, S., Radio, N, Jockers, R., Adams, W. & Witt-Enderby, P. A. (2007). Scaffolds Between MT2 Melatonin Receptors, Gi, Beta Arrestin, MEK and ERK Form in Differentiating Bone Stem Cells and These Processes Require Internalization; Domains Found to Exist in the C-tail of the MT2 receptor. Experimental Biology, Washington, DC, April 4, 2007. Kirker, R. M., Rea, S. L., Witt-Enderby, P. A., & Davis, V. L. (2007). Identification of Estrogen-Regulated Genes in the Lens Using ERd3 Transgenic Mouse Model with Inducible Cataracts. US-Japan Cooperative Cataract Research Group Meeting, Kailua-Kona, HI, December 2007.


Witt-Enderby, P. A., Julius, J, Attia, M. I., & Zlotos, D. P. (2008). The Pharmacological Evaluation of Novel and High-Affinity Melatonin Receptor Ligands. Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, April 5, 2008. Witt-Enderby, P. A., Clafshenkel, W., King, T., Dodda, B., Kotlarczyk, M., Sethi, S., Rea, S., & Davis, V. (2008). Morinda citrifolia (noni) as an Alternative Medicine in the Prevention of Primary and Metastatic Breast Cancer in a HER2/ neu Mouse Model. Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA April 5, 2008. Sethi, S. & Witt-Enderby, P. A. (2008). Critical Time Periods of Melatonin Exposure Enhance Osteoblast Differentiation From Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells. Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA April 5, 2008.

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Berdine, H. J. (2008). Collaboration with Pharmacists to Improve Vaccination Rates. Joint Conference between Pennsylvania Immunization Action Coalition (PIAC) and the Allegheny Health Department Immunization Action Coalition (AHDIAC). Pittsburgh, PA, April 17, 2008.

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Anderson, C. A., Drennen, J. K., Cogdill, R. P., Shi, Z., Zacour, B., Moore, M. & Short, S. M. (2008). Implementation of Control Systems for Fluid Bed Granulation and Blending. IFPAC, Baltimore, MD, January 30, 2008.

Shi, Z., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). Investigation of Depth of Penetration of Pharmaceutical Materials by Near-Infrared Chemical Imaging. Eastern Analytical Symposium, Somerset, NJ, November 12, 2007.

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Adeyeye, M. C. (2007). Drug-Excipient Interaction and Characterization, Roundtable. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists 21st Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, Nov. 12, 2007.

Padden, J. & Berdine, H. J. (2007). Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program in a Community Health System. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Clinical Midyear Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 2, 2007. Boni, R. L. (2008). Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics. Duquesne University NAPLEX Review, Pittsburgh, PA, May 10, 2008. Boni, R. L. (2008). Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics. Giant Eagle NAPLEX Review, Cranberry, PA, June 5, 2008.

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FAC ULTY Boyle, C., Astle, J., Kahaleh, A., Pschirer, J., & Sheaffer, S. (2007). Preceptor Development Breakout Session. Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists Annual Assembly, Mars, PA, October 11, 2007.

Cogdill, R. P., Drennen, J. K., & Anderson, C. A. (2008). Integrating Clinical Performance, Risk Analysis, and Multivariate Technologies for Robust Formulation, Process Development and Control. IFPAC, Baltimore, MD, January 30, 2008.

Kirker, M. R., Chan, C. C., Rea, S., Colitz, C. M. H., Davis, V. L. (2007). Cataract Development in Estrogen Receptor Knock-Out and Transgenic Mouse Models. US-Japan Cooperative Cataract Research Group Meeting, Kona, HI, December 2007.

Gangjee, A., Namjoshi, O., Zhao, Y., & Smith, C. D. (2007). Synthesis and Evaluation of Substituted Pyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidines as Antitumor Antimitotics that also Reverse Tumor Resistance. The 6th Asian Federation for Medicinal Chemistry International Medicinal Chemistry Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, July 8-11, 2007.

Davis, V. L., Johnson, N. A., Jayo, M. J., Hughes, C. L., Foster, W. G. (2007). Localized Exposure to p,pâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; DDE Accelerates Mammary Tumor Development in MMTV-neu Transgenic Mice. Endocrine Disruptor Research: Basic Biology, Mechanisms, and Translation to Human Health (NIEHS), Durham, NC, August 27, 2007. Drennen, J. K. (2007). Practical and Theoretical Concerns for Spectroscopic Determination of Pharmaceutical compact Hardness and Density. 5th Peck Symposium, Purdue University, October 2007. Drennen, J. K. (2008). QbD and PAT for Efficient Process Development. 16th Annual Suddath Symposium, Georgia, March 2008. Drennen, J. K., Cogdill, R. P., & Anderson, C. A. (2008). Making the Business Case for Process Improvement in Pharmacaeutical Manufacturing. International Forum on Process Analytical Chemistry, Baltimore, MD, January 2008.

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Gangjee, A., Smith, C. D., & Zaware, N. (2008). Synthesis and Evaluation of Potential Antitumor Antimitotics that also Reverse Tumor Resistance. 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008. MEDI 107. Gangjee, A., Kurup, S., & Smith, C. D. (2008). Synthesis of 7-Substituted Benzyl-5[(3,4,5-trimethoxyphenyl)ethyl]-4-methyl-7Hpyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidin-2-amines as Microtubule Inhibitors. 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008. MEDI 074. Gangjee, A., Zhang, X., & Smith, C. D. (2008). Synthesis of Substituted Pyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidines with N7 Chain Length Difference as Novel Antitumor Antimitotic Agents that also Reverse Tumor Resistance. 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008. MEDI 108.

Cogdill, R. P., & Drennen, J. K. (2008). Risk Based QbD: Linking Clinical Performance and Product Quality. International Forum on Process Analytical Chemistry, Baltimore, MD, January 2008.

Gangjee, A., Zhou, X., Zhang, X., & Kisliuk, R. L. (2008). Synthesis of Benzo[4,5]thieno[2,3-d] pyrimidine as Potential Dual TS and DHFR Inhibitor. 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008. MEDI 109.

Shi, Z., Cogdill, R. P., Short, S. M., Drennen, J. K., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). End-Point Determination Algorithm for Pharmaceutical Powder Blending Process Monitored by NIR Spectroscopy. Eastern Analytical Symposium, Somerset, NJ, 13 November 2007.

Gangjee, A., Wang, L., & Kisliuk, R. L. (2008). Synthesis of Pyrimido[4,5-b]Indoles as Selective Inhibitors of Toxoplasma gondii Dihydrofolate Reductase. 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008.MEDI 224.

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Gangjee, A., Li, W., & Queener, S. F. (2008). Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 5-Substituted-6-methyl-5H-pyrrolo[3,2-d] pyrimidine-2,4-diamines as Dihydrofolate Reductase Inhibitors. 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008. MEDI 297. Gangjee, A., Zhao, Y., Ihnat, M. A., & Kisliuk, R. L. (2008). Novel Tricyclic Indeno[2,1-d] pyrimidines with Dual Cytostatic and Cytotoxic Activities as Antitumor Agents. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 12-16, 2008. Abstract no. 1295. Gangjee, A., Wang, Y., Deng, Y., Cherian, C., Hou, Z., & Matherly, L. H. (2008). Discovery of _-Folate Receptor Specific GARFTase Inhibitors as Selective Antitumor Agents. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 12-16, 2008. Abstract no. 1309. Cody, V., Pace, J. B., Gangjee, A., Lin, L., Zeng, L., & Queener, S. F. (2008). Alternate Binding Modes Observed for E- and Z-Isomers of 2,4-Diaminofuro[2,3-d]pyrimidines as Ternary Complexes with NADPH in Mouse Dihydrofolate Reductase. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 12-16, 2008. Abstract no. 3188. Deng, Y., Wang, Y., Cherian, C., Hou, Z., Taub, J. W., Gangjee, A., & Matherly, L. H. (2008). A Series of Novel 6-Substituted 2-Amino4-oxopyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidine Antifolates Specifically Transported by Folate Receptors and Targeting the de novo Purine Biosynthesis Pathway. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 12-16, 2008. Abstract no. 3288. Gangjee, A. (2007). From the Design of Antifolates to Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors and Beyond. The 15th Mainzer Forum Medicinal Chemistry, Kinase Inhibitors - From Biology to Clinic, Johnannes Gutenberg Universität, Institute of Pharmacy, Mainz, Germany, September 28, 2007.

Giannetti, V. (2008). Managing the Difficult Patient and Employee. Center for Continuing Dental Education, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, March 28, 2008. Giannetti, V. (2007). The Social Ethic of Medicine. Pennsylvania Association of Social Workers and the University of the Pittsburgh School of Social Work, Pittsburgh, PA, November 16, 2007. Giannetti, V. (2007). Prevention and Screening for Chemical Dependency. Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals and Pyramid Health Care, Pittsburgh, PA, September 14, 2007. Johnson, D. A. (2008) The Effect of Neuroactive Steroids on Memory in Rats. St. Vincent College, Latrobe, PA March 14, 2008. Shah, N., Desselle, S. D., & Skomo, M. L. (2008). Development and Construct Validation of the Pharmacists’ Care of the Migraineur Scale. American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, CA, March 15, 2008. MEDI 297. Surratt, C. K., Indarte, M., Madura, J. D., Liu, Y. & Huang, Y. (2008). Molecular Modeling-guided Elucidation of Dopamine Transporter Ligand Binding Sites: Development of an in Silico “cocaine antagonist” Screening Tool. College on Problems of Drug Dependence, San Juan, PR, June 17, 2008. Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). Quantitative PXRD and Complementary Techniques: Improving Resolution for Multi-Component Compact Systems using Contemporary Chemometric Methods. 7th Pharmaceutical Powder X-Ray Diffraction Symposium (PPXRD-7), Orlando, FL, February 25-28, 2008. Wildfong, P. L. D. & Cogdill, R. P. (2008). The Scientific Basis for Process Understanding, Modern Process Development for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Approaches for QbD/PAT Systems Development and Implementation Short Course. FDA, Silver Spring, MD, March 4, 2008.

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FAC ULTY Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). Integrating Process Analytical Technology (PAT) with Drug Development: Advantages and Tactics. IQPC 4th Annual Forum on Polymorphism and Patenting, Frankfurt, Germany, May 28-30, 2008. Wildfong, P. L. D., Anderson, C. A., Drennen, J. K., & Cogdill, R. P. (2008). Modern Process Development for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Approaches for QbD/PAT Systems Development and Implementation. FDA, Silver Spring, MD, March 4, 2008. Short, S. M., Shi, Z., Zacour, B. M., Cogdill, R. P., Wildfong, P. L. D., & Anderson, C. A. (2007). The Hard Facts: Spectral Effects of Relative Density and Radial Tensile Strength. Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies, Memphis, TN, October 16, 2007. Witt-Enderby, P. A. (2007). Melatonin Effects on Cellular Differentiation: The Potential Involvement of Stem Cells.University of Pittsburgh Center for Environmental Oncology, Pittsburgh, PA, May 29, 2007. Witt-Enderby, P. A. (2008). The Effects of and Mechanisms Underlying Melatonin-induced Cellular Differentiation. Duquesne University Department of Biology, Pittsburgh, PA, February 22, 2008. Kirker, M. R., Rea, S. L., Witt-Enderby, P. A., Davis, V. L. (2007). Identification of EstrogenRegulated Genes in the Lens Using the ERD3 Transgenic Mouse Model with Inducible Cataracts. US-Japan Cooperative Cataract Research Group Meeting, Kona, Hawaii, December 2007. Witt-Enderby, P. A., Clafshenkel, W. P., King, T., Davis, V. L. (2008). Morinda citrifolia (noni) as an Alternative Medicine in the Prevention of Primary Breast Cancer in a HER2/neu Mouse Model. University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Annual Retreat, Greensburg, PA, June 19, 2008.

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Professional/Continuing Education Presentations Meyer, S., Astle, J., Kahaleh, A., & Sheaffer, S. (2007). Precepting the Next Generation of Pharmacists. The Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting, Allentown, PA, September 27-30, 2007. Astle, J., & Coast-Senior, E. (2007). The Use of Portfolios in Assessment. Pharmacy Adjunct Instructor Workshop, Duquesne University, November 1, 2007. Berdine, H. J. (2007). Diabetes Case Studies for LivingMyLifeâ&#x201E;˘. American College of Physicians Executives presentation, Cranberry, PA, December 7, 2007. Berdine, H. J. (2007). Diabetes Management and Neuropathic Pain. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Annual Clinical Mid Year Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, December 2-5, 2007. Freedy, H. (2007). Community-Associated MRSA: An Emerging Infectious Disease. Medical Grand Rounds, UPMC Mercy Hospital, March 21, 2007. Freedy, H. (2007). Community-Associated MRSA: An Emerging Infectious Disease. Surgical Grand Rounds, UPMC Mercy Hospital, September 12, 2007. Freedy, H. (2007). Compliance with USP 797. Dallas/Fort Worth Society of Hospital Pharmacists, October 23, 2007. Freedy, H. (2007). Community-Associated MRSA: An Emerging Infectious Disease. OBGYN Grand Rounds, UPMC Mercy Hospital, November 7, 2007. Freedy, H. (2008). Community-Associated MRSA: An Emerging Infectious Disease. Academy of Nurse Practitioners of South Western PA, Pittsburgh, PA, February 23, 2008.


Freedy, H. (2008). Community-Associated MRSA: An Emerging Infectious Disease. Anesthesia Grand Rounds, UPMC Mercy Hospital, March 26, 2008.

Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 1: Unnecessary Medications in the Frail, Elderly. What are the Risks, and are they Avoidable? Costa Rica, March 2007.

Lech, J., & Nolfi, D. (2007). On-Line University Library Resources and Literature Searches for Pharmacists. Pharmacy Adjunct Instructor Workshop, Duquesne University, November 1, 2007.

Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 2: Medication Therapy Management Services – A Critical Review of Cost Savings and Improvement of Clinical Outcomes – A Case Based Approach. Costa Rica, March 2007.

Lech J. (2007). Bisphosphonate-Associated Osteonecrosis of the Jaw. Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists 39th Annual Assembly, Pittsburgh, PA, October 11, 2007. Keys, P. A. (2007). COX-2’s and NSAID’s in Chronic Pain Management. Westmoreland Hospital Department of Medicine Grand Rounds. Latrobe, PA, November 13, 2007. Keys, P. A. (2007). Gastroprotection in the Elderly. Westmoreland Hospital Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Latrobe, PA, September 19, 2007. Lech, J. G. (2007). Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Program – Documentation and Record Keeping. American Pharmacists Association Continuing Education program for Giant Eagle pharmacists. Duquesne University. Pittsburgh, PA, August 16, 2007. Lech, J. G. (2008). Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Program – Documentation and Record Keeping. American Pharmacists Association Continuing Education program for Giant Eagle pharmacists. Duquesne University. Pittsburgh, PA, January 16, 2008. Lech, J. G. (2008). Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Program – Documentation and Record Keeping. American Pharmacists Association Continuing Education program for Giant Eagle pharmacists. Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, April 23, 2008.

Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 3: Therapeutic Failure in the Frail Elderly – Is This a Bigger Problem Than Unnecessary Medications?. Costa Rica, March 2007. Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 4: Review of New Drug Therapy in 2006-07. Costa Rica, March 2007. Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 5: Update on Pharmacotherapy Medical Literature in 2006-07. Costa Rica, March 2007. Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 6: Update in Type 2 Diabetes Medication Management 2007. Costa Rica, March 2007. Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 7: Rumor Versus Truth – New Adverse Drug Reaction Risks of 2006-07. Costa Rica, March 2007. Maher, R. (2007). Lecture 8: OTC Drugs: Reducing the Risk of Adverse Effects. Costa Rica, March 2007. Maher, R. (2008). Clinical Update in Geriatric Medicine. Pennsylvania Geriatrics Society, Pittsburgh, PA, April 3, 2008. Maher, R. (2007). Medication Regimen Review: Drug Use Problems in Long Term Care Residents and Key Elements to Performing a Drug Regimen Review. Pennsylvania Medical Directors Association, Gettysburg, PA, October 24, 2007. Mattei, T. J. (2008). Personal Financial Planning. Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Mid-Year Conference, Camp Hill, PA, February 10, 2008.

Livengood, B. H. (2008). Making Sense of Assessment. Center for Teaching Excellence Workshop. Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, April 9, 2008.

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FAC ULTY McFalls-Stringert, M. A. (2007). Heartburn. Academy of Student Pharmacists, Heartburn (Designed Virtual Patient). Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, November 14, 2007. McFalls-Stringert, M. A. (2007). Diabetes. Academy of Student Pharmacists, Heartburn (Designed Virtual Patient). Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, November 7, 2007.

Mihalyo, M. (2008). Palliative Care Seminar: Pain and Symptom Management for the Hospice Patient. Presented Quarterly Throughout AY 2007-08, Wooster, OH, Medina, OH, Newark, OH, & Altoona, Pennsylvania, 2007-2008.

McFalls-Stringert, M. A. (2007). Virtual Patient Counseling. Blackboard Users Conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, March 6, 2007.

Rihn, T. L. (2008). Evolving Anticoagulation Concepts in ACS. The New York City Society of Health-System Pharmacists, New York, NY, January 17, 2008

McFalls-Stringert, M. A. (2008). Self-Care and the Use of OTCs and Herbal Products. Pharmacist Refresher Program, Pittsburgh, PA, May, 2008.

Rihn, T. L. (2008). Contemporary Use of Fibrinolytics Across Indications: An Integrated Model. Vermont Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Burlington VT, April 2008.

McFalls-Stringert, M. A. (2008). Clinical Skills in Pharmacy Practice. Pharmacist Refresher Program, Pittsburgh, PA, May, 2008.

Rihn, T. L. (2008). Evolving Anticoagulation Concepts in ACD. A Web-Based CPE Program (UPA-LLC.com), May 2008.

Mihalyo, M. (2007). Danger Zone: QT Prolongation and Methadone, Ohio Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Annual Conference, Columbus, OH, November 9, 2007.

Rihn, T. L. (2008). A Primer on Neuropenia. A Web-Based CPE Program (UPA-LLC.com), May 2008.

Mihalyo, M. (2008). Danger Zone: QT Prolongation and Methadone, ProCare HospiceCare National Live “Lunch and Learn” Teleconference Program, February, 2008. Mihalyo, M. (2007). Second Thoughts on Morphine. Ohio Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Annual Conference, Columbus, OH, November 9, 2007. Mihalyo, M. (2007). Second Thoughts on Morphine. ProCare Hospicare National Live “Lunch and Learn” Teleconference, October 17, 2007. Mihalyo, M. (2008). The Magic of Methadone, Hospicare 2020 -2008 Conference. Atlanta, GA, June 11-13, 2008. Mihalyo, M. (2008). The Magic of Methadone, Grand Rounds Presentation, Windham Hospital, Willimantic, CT, June 30, 2008.

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Rihn, T. L. (2008). A Primer on Anemia Management. A Web-Based CPE Program (UPA-LLC.com), May 2008. Rihn, T. L. (2008). Expanding the Pharmacist’s Role in Cardiovascular Care, Duquesne University School of Pharmacy 24th Annual Pharmacy Alumni Conference, Champion, PA, May 2008. Rihn, T. L. (2008). The Roles and Responsibilities of Pharmacists Today and the Impact of CPD. Duquesne University School of Pharmacy Faculty Retreat, Oglebay Resort, WV, May 2008. Runyon, A. (2008). An Update on Lipid Therapy. Spring Nursing Seminar on Advanced Pharmacology, Cranberry, PA, April 2008. Runyon, A. (2008). Bridging the Gap: Medications and the Medically Underserved. Duquesne University School of Pharmacy 24th Annual Alumni Conference, Champion, PA, May 2008.


Runyon, A. (2008). Epidemiology of Tobacco Use, Nicotine Pharmacology, Addiction Principles and Drug Interactions with Smoking. Rx for Change: Clinician Assisted Tobacco Cessation Training Program, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, June 2008. Skomo, M. L. (2007). Implementing a PharmacyBased Immunization Program. Immunization Practicum Workshop, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, August 16, 2007. Skomo, M. L. (2008). Implementing a PharmacyBased Immunization Program. Immunization Practicum Workshop, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, January 16-17, 2008. Skomo, M. L. (2008). Implementing a PharmacyBased Immunization Program. Immunization Practicum Workshop, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, April 23-24, 2008 Skomo, M. L. (2008). Rx for Change: Clinician Assisted Tobacco Cessation – Assisting Patients with Quitting. Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, June 24, 2008. Surratt, C. K. (2008). The Neurochemical Basis of Drug Addiction. Duquesne University School of Nursing Chemical Dependency Awareness Program, Pittsburgh, PA, January 20, 2008. Surratt, C. K. (2008). The Neurochemical Basis of Drug Addiction. Duquesne University School of Nursing Chemical Dependency Awareness Program, Pittsburgh, PA, March 3, 2008. Surratt, C. K. (2008). The Neurochemical Behind Drug of Abuse. Duquesne University School of Education, Pittsburgh, PA, March 5, 2008. Tomko, J. R. (2008). What Does STAR*D Mean for My Patients With Depression? Duquesne University School of Pharmacy 24th Annual Alumni Conference, Champion, PA, May 3, 2008. Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). Breakout Session Synopsis. Fundamentals I NIPTE, Chicago, IL, April 9, 2008. Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). NAPLEX Review: Basic Pharmaceutics – Delivery Systems and Formulation Overview. Duquesne University NAPLEX Review, Pittsburgh, PA, May 10, 2008.

Wildfong, P. L. D. (2008). NAPLEX Review: Basic Pharmaceutics – Delivery Systems and Formulation Overview. Giant Eagle NAPLEX Review, Pittsburgh, PA, June 5, 2008. PROMOTION and Tenure Witt-Enderby, P. A., Professor Anderson, C., Associate Professor with tenure Coast-Senior, B. Successful Third Year Review Flaherty, P. Successful Third Year Review Kamal, K. Successful Third Year Review Skomo, M. Successful Third Year Review RECOGNITION Berdine, H. J. elected to the Pennsylvania Diabetes Action Partnership Executive Leadership Team (ELT). Gangjee, A. (2008-2012) Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. Mattei, T. J. B.S. Pharmacy, Pharm.D., Associate Dean of Professional Programs appointed as Chairman of the Wellness Advisory Board of the Sisters of St. Francis, Millvale. Wildfong, P. L. D. received the Dean’s Award for his efforts to enhance student learning during the 2007/2008 academic year, at the annual faculty retreat held on May 19 & 20, Olgebay Resort, West Virginia. Witt-Enderby, P. received the Faculty Award for significant accomplishments during the 2007/2008 academic year, at the annual faculty retreat held on May 19 & 20 at Olgebay Resort, West Virginia. Witt-Enderby, P. received the 2007 Duquesne University Presidential Award for Excellence in Service to the Mission.

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2007 – 2008 Dean’s List

Alyssa Wise Maggie Wolfe

Pre-Professional (PPYI) Class of 2013 Michael Baker Maria Baker Melissa Barone Joshua Bench Christina Benton Jessica Bienieki Jennifer Bozic James Brancho Derek Bremmer Anthony Campagna Samantha Carr Ji Hyui Choi Elizabeth Coveny Evan Dechant Sarah Duke Lauren Finoli Taylor Gentile Brandon Herk Daniel Hogue Kristen James Laura Jansen Victoria Kosiorek Maryjoy Lepak Amanda Liszewski Dana Llewellyn Katherine Lopez Michael Lupp Jenna Marks Dennis McFarland Keith Miller James O’Hara Lauren Pavlik Chandalyn Reichert Stuart Rhodes Michael Roos Claire Schum Glenna Slafka Joshua Snodgrass Jessica Sobnosky Douglas Steinbach Katherine Swartele Joseph Thomas Stephen Timko Robert Tunney Maura Vechter Natalie Vogt Arin Whitman Cara Wise

Pre-Professional (PPYII) Class of 2012 Alexandra Abbas Kimberly Adamson Alisha Anderko Derek Andrekovich Alaina Augustine Courtney Austin Kara Bakowski Meghan Barclay Brandi Bellotti Shaina Bernard Ryan Boro Nicole Bott Jessica Bruno Deanna Buehrle Lindsey Butta Frances Chasler Woo Choi Christine Culik Cassie Damich Matthew Diehl Lauren Drozdiel Danielle Enders Kimberly Firtz Lindsey Frantz Jenna Frye Amanda George Katherine Gorcyca Zane Gray Patrick Hanley Megan Hanzes Elizabeth Hauss Brittany Holderman Samantha Hoover Matthew Hoyceanyls Michael Hoyceanyls Jordan Jakab Laura Jawdy Erin Johns Ann Johnson Felicia Jones Kayla Kachmar Cherie Kachmarchi Jacqulyn Kalina Kirstin Klein Jenna Klempay Dana Klins Chelsea Kogelschatz Harold Kolonich

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Alisa Kremmel Yeun Joo Lee Hannah Livengood Lauren Long Taylor Lucic Mallory McCormick Amber McElhaney Melanie McKain David McKnight Courtney Mudryk Jennifer Myers Emma Myers Katherine Nguyen Jennifer Niccolai Renee Niklewicz Christopher Oczypok Lindsay O’Donnell Kathleen O’Donnell Bethany Oesterle Lauren Olesky Julie Olszewski Katie Park Phillip Pauvlinch Aaron Pickering Christine Polaha Erin Polis Dayna Pontzer Erin Ponzurick Sarah Predis Joshua Pukl Lauren Pusateri Melinda Randolph Brian Reed Amanda Rojeski Margaret Rosen Roland Rovito Zachary Sabella Michael Sekhon Bradley Sfara Matthew Shaffron Lauren Shreckengosh Brandon Smith Nickolas Smithmyer Julia Spinner Lea Sporzynski Michael Staley Amanda Stefanak Marshall Stewart Sylvia Stoffella Sarah Strychalski Janel Sudiak Peter Sullivan Christina Sutton Rebecca Szyjka

Jaclyn Tambellini Thomas Tonti Julia Valdisera Nicole Vogus Alicia Voll Christine Wassef Leanne Williams Marc Wilner Brian Yuhas Professional (PYI) Class of 2011 Lauren Ballas Amanda Bubnash Megan Burley Nicholas Campbell Andrew Chick Kelly Connelly Kaitlyn Esper Janna Evans Kathleen Gallaher Jenny Gillespie Micaela Grabigel Steven Grbach Laura Guido Katie Hadfield Patrick Hervol Erin Hill Jacqueline Hilton Stephen Hohol Rhea Huber Anthony Kanick Melanie Kidder Alyssa Kramer Laura Krumenacker Gregory Lucas Jennifer Lukaszewicz Erin McCullough Rebekah Milazzo Michael Nielsen Joshua Packey Kelli Phipps Phillip Pucci Tris Ann Rendulic Kelsey Severinski Anna Sopic Alexander Stoyanoff Laura Teamann Caitlin Theobald Alex Toman Jolene Tomasso Jennifer Townsell Rebecca Watson


Rachel Werner Scott Wetzel Professional (PYII) Class of 2010 Christina Balmert Matthew Barletta Amanda Beley Johanna Bezjak Maureen Bieltz Jamie Bon Edwin Breaux Angela Bucci Tam Bui Meagan Christner Michael Cramer Sarah Criner Amy Cuenin Nicole Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Antonio Molly Degenkolb Nicole DeRenzo Timothy Dodick Kellie Dudash Rebecca Eddinger Carolyn Eimer Zachary Elerick Lee Feigert Melissa Fritz Jaclyn Fundzak Megan Geier Derek Gifford Lindsay Gilchrist Lauren Goldberg Jamin Gross Colleen Hall Julie Harrison Erica Hestin Jillian Hollen Carl Isenberg Matthew Johnson Jenna Jones Dayna Junazski Nancy Kablack Deana Kalogeras Janelle Kardos Tiffany Kelley Danielle Koehring Leanne Kovacs Thomas Kritko Bryan Kudlawiec Sarah Kulik Grant Kuns Christina Landreth

Zachary Leslie Brian Lohr Jessica Long Emily Lunz Abby Martin Sarah McDowell Dana McLaughlin Melissa Milko Elizabeth Mills Kristin Moussa Kristen Murtha Ashley Myers Kaitlin Ogline Adam Palko Kyle Phillips Theodore Pikoulas Krista Prizner Ashley Romito Giavanna Russo Erika Russo Matthew Schnur Celeste Sejnowski Leah Silvonek Taryn Splenda Michael Stachera Valerie Stefan John Sullivan Joseph Thomas Megan Tychinski Matthew Wanek Rachelle Whiteside Kyle Wilson Professional (PYIII) Class of 2009 Mark Adams Amanda Agnew Kristin Allegrucci Michael Armahizer Ryan Baker Kimberly Balkovec Lukas Barnes Ashley Bartell Thomas Barus Catherine Bourg Cory Bruzda Alan Buriak Cristina Buzzelli Allison Campbell Joseph Cardosi Cara Ciamacco Joseph Cirrincione Ashley Clevenger

Nathan Close Matthew Cup Rachael Degol Emily DeMarco Ashley Dillon Kelly DiTullio Margaret Dudgeon Alaina Fairley Dana Ferguson James Franks Anthony Gianquitti Patricia Giesey Kate Gladysz Emily Godshalk Mary Grisnik Colleen Hair Shelby Hasbrouck Jennifer Heasley Erica Hibbitts Laurel Highberger Maureen Horejs Kathleen Horney Elizabeth Hough Megan Howard Michael Isaac Amanda Johns (Phillips) Justin Julius Andrew Kahle Karla Kershaw Dustin Koll Lori Lisowski Jessie MacDonald Amanda Mack Marian Marcolini

Amanda Mathe Kylee McDougal Chelsey Missico Ned Moore Tammy Mraz Megan Neary David Notte Jeffrey Osterman Amy Patrick Jennifer Perzel Renee Phelos Andrea Reath Julie Roos Sarah Shockley Christina Shomin Joshua Sporer Danielle Stoecklein Laura Stossel Sarah Stramat Meghan Suplizio Lynsey Tallarom Autumn Tami Diana Thomas Jenny Tidball Jonathan Toellner Bradley Toman Marissa Trohaugh Dana Trumbetta John Van Damia Bethanie Willson Jamie Woytek Michelle Youschak Raine Zehner Lindsay Zipnock

GRADUATE STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS Michael Moore (B.S.) was awarded an American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists AAPS/ Astra-Zeneca travelship award to attend the AAPS National Meeting in November 2007 (San Diego, CA). Medicinal Chemistry graduate student, Nilesh Zaware, received a $1,000 Travel Grant Award from the Division of Medicinal Chemistry of the American Chemical Society at the 235th American Chemical Society National Meeting in New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008. Gangjee, A.; Smith, C. D. & Zaware, N. (2008) Synthesis and Evaluation of Potential Antitumor Antimitotics that also Reverse Tumor Resistance.

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STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS 2007 - 2008 Scholarships Awarded Endowed Scholarships Richard H. and Marie Barry D’Aurora, Jessica Koll, Dustin Naples, Scott Neary, Megan Perzel, Jennifer

Greensboro, PA New Cumberland, PA Warren, OH Olean, NY Gibsonia, PA

Donald Bell Memorial Bartell, Ashley

Cleveland, OH

Rosemarie Bevacqua Horney, Kathleen

Baltimore, MD

Vincent R. Cancila Jr. Bui, Tam Criner, Sarah Dillon, Ashley Franks, James Guido, LeeAnne Hare, Gregory Myers, Ashley Pournaras, Lindsay Stefan, Valerie Studnicki, Laura Thorwart, Kurt Tomasso, Jolene Whiteside, Rachelle

Pittsburgh, PA Jeannette, PA Altoona, PA Altoona, PA Leetonia, OH Buffalo, NY Ashville, PA Ambridge, PA Homer City, PA Pittsburgh, PA Wilcox, PA Spenceport, NY Poland, OH

Class of 1959 Cup, Matthew Thomas, Diana Thomas, Kenneth

Saltsburg, PA Canonsburg, PA Hastings, PA

Sonjay  DeGray Martin, Abby Varhol, Ashley

York, PA Freedom, PA

Louis C. DiPaolo Dykes, Julianne

Apollo, PA

Geraldine Furgiuele Memorial Kreashko, Vanessa Ebensburg, PA Joel Laughlin Causer, Derek Thomas, Kenneth

Hazelhurst, PA Hastings, PA

Hugh C. Muldoon Griffin, Charles Heasley, Jennifer Isaac, Michael Krumenacker, Laura Miller, Melissa Pillar, Morgan Ridge, Kristen

Pittsburgh, PA Leeper, PA North Versailles, PA Carrolltown, PA New Castle, PA Toronto, OH Norwalk, OH

Alfred J. Pfanneschlag, Jr., Memorial Sigler, Ciara Worthington, PA

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Jock J. Rosenberg Konchak, Danielle

South Park, PA

John S.  Rokisky Hough, Elizabeth Lisowski, Lori

Jeannette, PA Moon Twp., PA

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Patrice Lynn Trainor Mraz, Tammy

Canfield, OH

Mary McPartland Beck Adams, Mark Allegrucci, Kristin Coleman, Meghan Cutlip, Robert Dudgeon, Margaret Gianquitti, Anthony Kolbas, Meredith March, Brittney Sneeringer, Amber Tidball, Jenny Woudstra, Tiffany Zehner, Raine

Murrysville, PA Williamsport, PA Pittsburgh, PA Monaca, PA Collierville, TN Sand Springs, OK Tonawanda, NY Rochester, PA New Oxford, PA Meadville, PA Norwalk, OH Grahanna, OH

Samuel W. Curtis Pribozie, Erin

Johnstown, PA

Louis J. DeBone Cirrincione, Joseph

Meadville, PA

Edgar N. Duncan Kershaw, Karla

Madison, OH

Geraldine Furgiuele Memorial Tallarom, Lynsey Lower Burrell, PA Lawrence G. Heller Pucci, Phillip

Beaver Falls, PA

Hoofnagle Scholarship O’Brien, Melanie

Youngstown, OH

Douglas H. Kay Murtha, Kristen

Lower Burrell, PA

Manzione Family Hollen, Jillian

Loretto, PA

Norman and Marlene Marcus Memorial Sherman, Gretchen Frederick, MD Victor W.  Micolucci Fundzak, Jaclyn

North Royalton, OH

Joseph A. Mosso Hibbitts, Erica

Bellaire, OH

Sylvia Bartos Mulvihill Bubnash, Amanda Causer, Derek Moussa, Kristin Russo, Giavanna Wilton, Virginia

Perryopolis, PA Hazelhurst, PA Pittsburgh, PA Hermitage, PA Van Buren, AR

Overbeck/Ansberry Lambda Kappa Sigma O’Brien, Melanie Youngstown, OH


Pharmacy Agnew, Amanda Jakosh, Ashley Trumbettta, Dana

Linesville, PA Clarksburg, PA Greensburg, PA

Pharmacy Excellence Lawn, Kelly

Marmora, NJ

Pharmacy 50th Anniversary Fund Isenberg, Carl Homer City, PA Opat, Nicole Verona, PA Procaccini Scholarship McDougal, Kylee

Altoona, PA

Riley Scholarship Giesey, Patricia

Hanover, PA

Sarginger Family Barus, Thomas

Elma, NY

Dr. Hugo Scarinzi 75th Anniversary Pharmacy Hasbrouck, Shelby Corry, PA Mary Ann Strembo Toman, Bradley

Greensburg, PA

Paul A. Wherry Johns, Amanda

Evans City, PA

Dominic Yeropoli Cardosi, Joseph

Cranberry Twp., PA

General Scholarships CVS Pharmacy Barber, Kate Degenkolb, Molly Dudash, Kellie Esper, Kaitlyn Goldberg, Lauren Grbach, Steven

Everett, PA Marion Center, PA Mt. Lebanon, PA Pittsburgh, PA Cedar Grove, NJ North Versailles, PA

NACDS Foundation Alibeji, Elham Bagnola, Aaron Campbell, Nicholas Conner, Alyssa Croteau, Desiree DeRenzo, Nicole Donehue, Zachary Gaggini, Alexis Hardy, Braylon Hodnik, Kathleen Killa, Stephen Kudlawiec, Bryan Lawatsch, Brandon Stoecklein, Danielle Stossel, Laura Yeung, Stephanie

Pittsburgh, PA Canfield, OH Mars, PA North Versailles, PA Ridgeway, PA Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA East Brady, PA McKeesport, PA Pittsburgh, PA Sharpsville, PA Windber, PA Victor, NY Saltsburg, PA Cherry Tree, PA Dallas, PA

Pharmacy Alumni Gifts Rosenblatt, Holly Stramat, Sarah Toellner, Jonathan Verobish, Kristen

Wexford, PA Murrysville, PA Irwin, PA Duncansville, PA

Annual Golf Outing Beatty, Joseph Beley, Amanda Best, Sarah Bezjak, Johanna Bhatt, Kushal Bianco, Michael Botkins, Laura Breaux, Edwin Clausner, Courtney Eddinger, Rebecca Evans, Janna Ezarik, Breanne Ferreira, John Fritz, Melissa Gibbons, Ashley Hair, Colleen Heckert, Jessica Heikes, Tiffany Hobol, Stephen Kidder, Melanie Logue, Sarah Long, Jessica Lucas, Gregory Luchs, Thomas Magoffin, Kelly Metz, Angela Oefinger, Trisha Ogurchak, Jonathan Olearchick, Kelly Ondecko, Haley Osterman, Jeffrey Pell, Leslie Romito, Ashley Sebastiao, Jacob Simmons, Benjamin Sopic, Anna Stoper, Sarah Teamann, Laura Theobald, Caitlin Townsell, Jennifer Werner, Rachel Wilson, Lauren

Harrisburg, PA Baden, PA Erie, PA Salisbury, MD Pittsburgh, PA Cranberry Twp., PA Clifton Forge, VA Wexford, PA Mount Pleasant, PA Boyertown, PA Pottsville, PA Scenery Hill, PA Mickletown, NJ Pittsburgh, PA Ellwood City, PA Hummelstown, PA North Huntingdon, PA Cogan Station, PA Connellsville, PA Bellaire, OH Cowansville, PA Cranberry Township, PA Portage, PA Ridgeway, PA Williamsville, NY Greensburg, PA Wallingford, CT Elizabeth, PA New Kensington, PA Northern Cambria, PA Pittsburgh, PA Elizabeth, PA West Elizabeth, PA Fall River, MA Coraopolis, PA Clearfield, PA Medina, OH N. Huntingdon, PA Amherst, OH Buffalo, NY Bedford, OH Mkeesport, PA

Wong, Kimberly Yee, Karen

Sewell, NJ Pittsburgh, PA

Goldberg Pharmacy Phillips, Courtney

Wexford, PA

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Professional Organizations

Professional Project Activities

Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP)

Pharmacy and Therapeutics • Chili Cook Off • Bake Off Competition • Journal Club • Children’s Hospital Projects • Pharmacy Open House • Pharmacy Carnival

Academy of Student Pharmacists (ASP)

• Operation Diabetes • Operation Immunization • Patient Counseling Competition

• JDRF Walk • Pharmacy Carnival • Homecoming Activities • Poison Prevention Information • Fall Fitness Fair: smoking cessation and flu shots • Annual ASP Auction • Heartburn Awareness Challenge • Operation Christmas Child • Tobacco Awareness Program for elementary schools • Pharmacy Open House • Myriam’s Women’s Shelter • International Student Exchange • Billboard for Pharmacy Month • Textbooks to Nepal Pharmacy Students

H.E.A.R.T.

Chemical Dependency Awareness for Pharmacy Students

• Chemical Dependency Workshop • Taxi Cards for students • Pharmacy Open House • Pharmacy Carnival

National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA)

Business Plan Competition

Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association/Allegheny County Pharmacists Association (PPA/ACPA)

Medication Adherence

• First annual Independent Pharmacy Networking Reception • Participation in the national Medication Adherence Project. • Annual and mid-year PPA meetings where student members represented Duquesne University in the Jeopardy Self-Care Contest • Delivered a poster presentation on immunizations • Twenty-one students attended Legislative Day in Harrisburg: provide on-site blood glucose and lipid screenings as part of a demonstration project for senators and representatives • Participation in the Government Relations Advocacy for Student Pharmacists (GRASP) leadership weekend program held in Harrisburg • Screenings for Bone Density, Facial Skin Analysis, Body Fat Analysis for State Legislators and Senators • Pharmacy Carnival • Pharmacy Open House

Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists (PSHP)

• Operation Residency for pharmacy students • Clinical Skills Competition

• Rx Council fundraiser • Pharmacy Open House • Pharmacy Carnival

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Activities


Professional Organizations

Professional Project Activities Activities

Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS)

Pharmacy Student Leadership Retreat

• JDRF Walk • Operation Christmas Child • Pharmacy Open House Mailing • Pharmacy Open House • Pharmacy Carnival

Rho Chi Society

• Scholars Day for High School Honor Students • Tutoring Service for Pharmacy Students • Research and Scholarship Day

• Pharmacy Carnival • JDRF Walk • Operation Christmas Child • Relay for Life • Pharmacy Open House • Ice Cream Social for student

Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA)

• AIDS Awareness • HIV/AIDS benefit concert

• Blood Pressure Screenings • Habitat for Humanity • Immunization Health Fairs • Pharmacy Carnival • Voting Registrations • Multicultural Affairs Turkey Drive • Penny War for AIDS • Shepherd’s Wellness Project • Pharmacy Open House • Stocking Stuffer Challenge • “What is a Pharmacist?” at local high school

Professional Pharmacy Fraternities

Professional Project Activities

Activities

Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS)

“What is a Pharmacist” and “A Day in the Life of a DU Pharmacy Student” – programs for high school students

• Sun Screen/Skin Cancer Awareness for DU students and employees • Fall Fitness Fair • “Medicines in My Home” presentations for grades 4-6 • MS Walk • Light the Night Walk for Leukemia • Donations to U.S. Troops • JDRF Walk • American Diabetes Walk • Pediatric Playroom volunteers at Mercy Hospital – weekly • “Medicines in My Home” presentations for grades 4-6 • “What is a Pharmacist” presentations for high school students • “A Day in the Life of a DU Pharmacy Student” – program to invite high school students to DU for a day • Alliance Toy Drive • Miryam’s Women’s Shelter birthday gift bags • Mr./Miss Pharmacy to benefit local needy families • Grab a Greek to benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation • Pharmacy Open House • Pharmacy Carnival • Family Tree Tea • Women’s Heart Health

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STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS Professional Pharmacy Fraternities

Professional Project Activities

Activities

Kappa Epsilon (KE)

Breast Cancer Awareness

• New Student Move-In • Magee Birthday Party at Kennywood • School of Pharmacy Golf Invitational • Clothing Drive for Teenage Girls • Fall Fitness Fair • Handmade Halloween cards for Children’s Hospital • Poison Prevention Information • Rainbow Kitchen Food Drive • St. Barnabas Bingo Night • Dress Swap for Salvation Army • Relay for Life • Spring Clean-Up • Campus-Wide Pink Out • Professor Breakfast • Halloween and Valentine Treat Bags • Christmas Cards for Professors • Very Merry Evening Fundraiser • Collected Yoplait lids for breast cancer • Pharmacy Carnival • Daffodil Days • Denim Day • Sponsored Breast Cancer luncheon • AutumnFest • Pharmacy Open House • Breast Cancer Care Bags for Magee Women’s Hospital • Great Race • Duquesne Expo booth

Kappa Psi

Healthy Heart

• JDRF Walk • Blood Pressure Screening • Autumn Fest • Pharmacy Open House • Pharmacy Carnival • Jimmy V Foundation

Phi Delta Chi (PDC)

Prostate Cancer Awareness

• Spring Carnival • Men’s Health Fair • Blood Pressure Screenings • University Fall Health Fair • Pharmacy Carnival • JDRF Walk • Pharmacy Open House

Student Organization Awards for Leadership Award for Pharmacy Patient Care Award for Professionalism Award for Policy/Legislative Award for Community Service Award for Most Improved Organization Award for Best Overall Organization

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Lambda Kappa Sigma Rho Chi Society Academy of Student Pharmacists Kappa Epsilon Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists Academy of Student Pharmacists


Career Fair The 2007 Career Fair was held on Friday, October 5th and was attended by 245 students and 47 companies. • Cardinal Health • Cleveland Clinic • Cleveland Clinic Regional Hospitals • Conemaugh Health System • Continuing Care Rx • CVS Caremark Corporation • Diamond Drugs, Inc. • Eli Lilly & Company • excelleRx • Geisinger Health System • Giant Eagle, Inc. • Giant Food Stores • Hannaford Supermarket • Heritage Valley Health System • Jefferson Regional Medical Center • Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States Region • Kmart • Kroger Company • Medco Health Solutions • MSN/Pharmstaff • Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center • Penn Traffic Company • PharmaCare Pharmacy • Pitt County Memorial Hospital

• PRS Pharmacy Services • Rite Aid Corporation • S & L Solutions, LLC • St. Vincent Health System • Susquehanna Health System • Target Corporation • The Johns Hopkins Hospital • United Pharmacy Network • University Hospitals of Cleveland • University of Pennsylvania Health System • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) • UPMC Mercy • US Air Force • US Army Medical Department • Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. • Walgreens • Wegmans Food Markets and Pharmacy • Weis Markets, Inc. • West Penn Allegheny Health System • West Virginia University Hospitals • Western Maryland Health System • Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. • Yale New Haven Health System

Interviews through Career Services Center CVS Caremark Corporation

27

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

6

Giant Eagle, Inc.

8

Walgreens

26

Kmart

9

Wegmans Food Markets and Pharmacy 5

Rite Aid Corporation

15

West Virginia University Hospitals

1

Target Corporation

22

TOTALS

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STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS Admissions This table represents the demographic and academic character and the scholarships awarded to the class of 2014

This chart depicts the enrollment by state for the Class of 2014. 1%

6%

1%

Class of 2014 Total Enrollment Males/Females Minority Students PA OH WV MD NY NJ Other States Other including Internationals Average Verbal SAT ( ± Std ) Average Math SAT ( ± Std ) Average Total SAT ( ± Std ) Percent Receiving Scholarship

192 77 males/115 females 14 144 19 2 2 11 2 12 12 584 621 1205 99%

Total Scholarship Awards

$1,560,352

6%

1%

10%

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n WV

n NY

n OH

n MD

n NJ

n Other States

Graduating Class of 2008 Dr. Jordan Albert Ackerman* Dr. Michelle Ann Byrne** Dr. Adam David Anderson Dr. Kevin Carmello Calcara Dr. Cara Alexis Anderson Dr. Meaghan Lindsey Calhoun* Dr. Christina Andrzejewski Dr. Brett W. Carroll Dr. Justin Allen Anthony* Dr. Peter Donald Celender Dr. Paula Marie Anthony Dr. Kristy Lyn Cherillo Dr. Amanda Apanasewicz Dr. Rebecca Gloria Chesnes** Dr. Angela Christine Babyak Dr. Sabrina Antonella Chirumbolo Dr. Megan Michelle Barnes* Dr. Sarah Catherine Ciocca Dr. Shawnt Z. Batmanian Dr. Nichole Marie Clark Dr. Chiara Ann Bauccio Dr. Rebecca Sarah Cofsky** Dr. Krista Ann Behrenberg Dr. Susan Coletta Dr. Daniel John Bench III Dr. Nicole Ann Cooper Dr. Ronilee Lindsey Bennett Dr. Francine Costa* Dr. Kathryn Anne Bergamasco Dr. Ryan Scott Crist Dr. Josef D. Berletic** Dr. Nathaniel Snyder Czeck Dr. Rebekah Anne Billig Dr. Maria A. Danton*** Dr. Lodge Allen Bliznesky Dr. Angela Rose DeLuca Dr. Aaron Harry Boas* Dr. Jessica Maria DeVito Dr. Jennifer Kathryn Brady Dr. Dina Marie DelPizzo Dr. Michael E. Burgess Dr. Vincent Samuel Detore* Dr. Rebecca Burkert-Smith* Dr. Ross W. Dixon II Dr. Michael Butler Dr. Sarah Marie Downing**

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Dr. Colleen Megan Dugan Dr. James Steven Dvorsky* Dr. Emily Marie Eckert Dr. Daniel Edward Enck Dr. Lara Frances Enedy*** Dr. Kelly Lynne Ferchak Dr. Jessica Marraway Fincke Dr. Sandra K. Frey** Dr. Megan Lynn Garvey Dr. Maunee Francis George II Dr. Jonathan Paul Gruenke Dr. Jill Ann Guritza Dr. Valerie Rose Hahn Dr. David W. Haley Dr. Erin Danelle Hassen Dr. Heather Ann Hendrick Dr. Amanda R. Herbstritt Dr. Suzanne Kathryn Higginbotham Dr. Brittany Elise Hixson* Dr. Emily Jane Hughes Dr. Allison Nicole Imhoff*** Dr. Andrea Marie Ingalls Dr. Jonathan Edward Jarnot


Dr. Cassandra Lynn Johns Dr. Ashley Renee Kalchthaler Dr. Evan G. Kaskie Dr. Rebecca Kennedy Dr. Sara Holly Kiger** Dr. Kathryn Anne Komoroski Dr. Danielle Renee Korman Dr. Kathryn F. Kuch Dr. Amanda Noelle Kunkle Dr. Kevin Michael Kunkle Dr. David John Kuntz Dr. Mark David Lesher Dr. Amy Rose Lorincy Dr. Amy Wai-Meng Lui*** Dr. Megan Lee Malikowski Dr. Melissa Mamula Dr. Katherine Mandock** Dr. Jay L. Martello Dr. Brianne Colleen Martin* Dr. Erica L. Martin** Dr. Lauren Reneé Martinak* Dr. Stephanie Marie Marzullo* Dr. Ashley Lynn Masci Dr. Brian Patrick Matthews Dr. Susan Ann McCarthy** Dr. Meghan Allison McNelly* Dr. Tara Marie Mendenhall Dr. Jamie Dora Michaels Dr. Daniel F. Miller* Dr. Joanna Leigh Miller Dr. Michele Christine Miller** Dr. Mac Moeini Dr. Massouma Mohamedraza Dr. Laura Jean Momeyer Dr. Jacquelyn A. Mowry Dr. Jennifer Agatha Mowry Dr. Dustin Richard Murdoch Dr. Laura Elizabeth Nagurney** Dr. Eric Cameron Nemec II Dr. Oanh Hoang Nguyen Dr. Danielle Marie Nojunas Dr. Stacey Lauren Oliveto Dr. Lance Robert Olszewski Dr. Keith Douglas Pavlekovsky Dr. T. Devon Peightal Dr. Gavan Charles Petracco Dr. Irene C. Petrides Dr. John Ryan Picoulas Dr. Amy Kathleen Pino Dr. Peter Albert Ponchione Dr. Matthew Edward Quigley*

Dr. Megan Dyan Rembold** Dr. Steven Scott Renfer Dr. Marc David Rizzo Dr. Renée R. Roberts Dr. Stacy C. Sallade** Dr. Megan Elizabeth Sartore Dr. Victoria Mae Schafer Dr. Keith Richard Schilling II** Dr. Marc Robert Sciulli Dr. Melissa Ann Sciulli Dr. Laura Dawn Shrum Dr. Rachel Lyn Slogan Dr. Gabriel Francis Smith* Dr. Ryan Andrew Stout Dr. John H. Stover III* Dr. Amanda Marie Strutt Dr. Katherine Mary Stutzman*** Dr. Martina Sucic Dr. Michelle Marie Sutika** Dr. Anh Tran Dr. Christine Nicole Tumis** Dr. Michelle JeanLan Ung Dr. Jessica Leigh Valli Dr. Mark John Vellky** Dr. Joseph Celeste Vescera Dr. Catherine Mary Weber** Dr. Heather Rose Wessner Dr. Leanne Marie White Dr. Brock Elliot Wiley** Dr. Kimberly Ann Williams Dr. Jessica Anne Wilson Dr. Christa Lee Winterhalter Dr. Jennifer Rose Wisse*** Dr. Holly Lynne Wright* Dr. Jenna Leigh Yoder* Dr. Mandy Lynn Young*

Dr. Kari Lynn Zajac Dr. Victoria Zihmer*** Dr. Nicole Marie Zuro

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* cum laude ** magna cum laude *** summa cum laude Certificate in Pharmacy Management Dr. Colleen Megan Dugan Dr. Emily Marie Eckert Dr. Valerie Rose Hahn Dr. Ashley Renee Kalchthaler Dr. Erica L. Martin Dr. Tara Marie Mendenhall Dr. Daniel F. Miller Dr. Megan Elizabeth Sartore Dr. Jenna Leigh Yoder

Certificate in Geriatric Pharmacotherapy Dr. Megan Michelle Barnes Dr. Nichole Marie Clark Dr. Danielle Renee Korman Dr. Melissa Mamula Dr. Eric Cameron Nemec II Dr. Amy Kathleen Pino Dr. Renée R. Roberts Dr. Catherine Mary Weber

B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Dr. Mark Lesher

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STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS Graduating Student Awards Faculty Award Lara F. Enedy Academy of Student Pharmacists Award for Interest and Service in Pharmacy Organization Work Megan M. Barnes APhA-ASP (McNeil) Award for Excellence in Pharmaceutical Administration Jenna L. Yoder GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Award for Superior Achievement in Patient Care Dina M. DelPizzo J. Cornetti Tucci Award for Excellence in Pharmaceutics Keith R. Schilling, II Lilly Achievement Award for Superior Scholastic Professional Achievement and Leadership Rebecca S. Cofsky

Professional Career Choices Career choices for 2008 graduates were compiled from 64 returned surveys that were sent to 144 graduating PY4 students. The table below represents a break down of the careers that were accepted by our students. Career placement is coordinated through the Duquesne University Office of Career Services and the Assistant Dean of the Mylan School of Pharmacy.

This graph illustrates the types of career choices made by the Class of 2008. 3% 10% 3%

6%

3% 2%

Merck Award for Excellence in Medicinal Chemistry Allison N. Imhoff Merck Award for Excellence in Medicinal Chemistry Christine N. Tumis Mylan Award for Excellence in Pharmacy Jennifer R. Wisse Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Award for Pharmacy Organizational Activity Megan M. Barnes Roche Pharmacy Communications Award Megan M. Barnes Sara A. Corey Award for Involvement in Community Professional Programs Megan M. Barnes

73%

n Community Pharmacy Practice-Independent n Community Pharmacy Practice-Chain n Institutional Practice n Nuclear Pharmacy n Industrial Pharmacy n Government Pharmacy n Undecided

Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Masters of Science Degree Phebian A. Abitoye (Advisor: Dr. Johnson) David M. Bednarski (Advisor: Dr. Firestine)

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TEVA Pharmaceuticals USA Award for Excellence in Pharmacology-Toxicology Katherine Mary Stutzman

Mark H. Conklin (Advisor: Dr. Desselle)

United States Public Health Service Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Practice Award James S. Dvorsky

Hemangi H. Parekh (Advisor: Dr. Kamal)

Mylan School of Pharmacy

Fredrick Y. Esseku, (Advisor: Dr. Adeyeye) Yannan Lin (Advisor: Dr. Wildfong) Neel A. Shah (Advisor: Dr. Desselle)


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