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LEADERSHIP

LEADERSHIP

Dean Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FAAPS, FCP Senior Associate Dean for Administration and Finance William J. Cooper, MBA Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Andrew Coop, PhD Associate Dean for Clinical Services and Practice Transformation Magaly Rodriguez de Bitttner, PharmD, BCPS, CDE, FAPhA Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Affairs Ken Boyden, JD, EdD Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education Peter Swaan, PhD Associate Dean for Student Affairs Cherokee Layson-Wolf, PharmD, CGP, BCACP, FAPhA Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and Assessment Lisa Lebovitz, JD

Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Jill Morgan, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS

CENTERS

Bio- and Nano-techology Center Bruce Yu, PhD, Director Center for Drug Safety Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner, PharmD, BCPS, CDE, FAPhA, Executive Director Center for Translational Medicine Joga Gobburu, PhD, MBA, FCP, Director Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation James Polli, PhD, Co-director Center on Drugs and Public Policy Francis B. Palumbo, PhD, JD, Executive Director Computer-Aided Drug Design Center Alexander D. MacKerell Jr., PhD, Director Jana Shen, PhD, Co-director

Assistant Dean for Communications and Marketing Rebecca Ceraul

Maryland Poison Center Bruce D. Anderson, PharmD, Director

Assistant Dean for Experiential Learning Agnes Ann Feemster, PharmD, BCPS

Mass Spectrometry Center Maureen Kane, PhD, Executive Director

Assistant Dean for Information Technology Tim Munn

Mental Health Program Raymond Love, PharmD, Director

Assistant Dean for Instructional Design and Technology Shannon Tucker, MS Assistant Dean for Policy and Planning Deborah Dewitt, JD Assistant Dean for the Universities at Shady Grove Heather Brennan Congdon, PharmD, CACP, CDE Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research C. Daniel Mullins, PhD

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Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Paul Shapiro, PhD

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Peter Lamy Center on Drug Therapy and Aging Nicole Brandt, PharmD, MBA, BCPP, CGP, FASCP, Executive Director Pharmaceutical Research Computing Center Ebere Onukwugha, PhD, MS, Executive Director

BOARD OF VISITORS

Stephen J. Allen, RPh, MS ’78, FASHP Executive Vice President and CEO American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Foundation

Barbara M. Alving, MD Former Director, National Center for Research Resources National Institutes of Health Director, Public Health Science Program University of Maryland, College Park Hon. Harold E. Chappelear, DSC ’98, RPh, LLD, Chair Principal InternaSource, LLC Victoria G. Hale, BSP ’83, PhD Founder and CEO Medicines360 Gina McKnight-Smith, PharmD ’97, MBA, CGP, BCPS Regulatory Review Officer U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Thomas E. Menighan, BSPharm, MBA, FAPhA Executive Vice President and CEO American Pharmacists Association David Miller, PhD ’93 Senior Vice President, Global Market Access Biogen Idec, Inc. Hon. Joseline Pena-Melnyk, JD Maryland House of Delegates Jane Shaab, MBA Senior Vice President, RPC Assistant Vice President for Economic Development University of Maryland, Baltimore Jermaine Smith, RPh Senior Director, College Relations and Professional Recruitment Rite Aid Pharmacy Ellen H. Yankellow, PharmD ’96, BSP ’73 President and CEO Correct Rx Pharmacy Services, Inc.

Special thanks to the following contributors: Nancy Bowers JuliAna Brammer William Cooper Greer Griffith Cherokee Layson-Wolf Lisa Lebovitz Alicia Walters


KEY FACTS

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

FACULTY

PHARMD PROGRAM

85

Full-time faculty

640

Total enrollment

60

Affiliate faculty

996

Total applicants

680

Preceptor faculty

161

Entering class

25%

Acceptance rate

STAFF

82%

With undergraduate degree or higher

74

Administrative, business, development and alumni

3.4

Average GPA

affairs, experiential learning, human resources,

81%

Average PCAT composite percentage

communications and marketing, student affairs,

and faculty support

41% Asian

212

Technical, research staff, postdoctoral fellows,

28% Caucasian

and teaching assistants

Ethnicity across all four years:

18%

African-American and African

4% International

SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

4% Hispanic

134

Principal investigators

3% Multi-ethnic

408

Refereed works published (authored or co-authored)

1%

76

Non-refereed works published (authored or

No response

Number may not total 100 percent due to rounding

co-authored) 532

PHD PROGRAMS 78

Total enrollment

Papers presented at professional meetings

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 50

Review panels (off-campus peer review panels and

Department of Pharmaceutical Health

accreditation and certification teams)

Services Research

1,826

Manuscripts read/reviewed for professional journals,

23 Students

conferences, and publishers

74

Editors/associate editors for professional journals

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

79

Officeholders of professional associations

55 Students

307

Departmental, institutional, and University System

of Maryland committees

MASTER’S PROGRAMS

271

Total days in public service (non-consulting role with

122

K-12 schools and community colleges, government

agencies, nonprofit organizations, or businesses)

Total enrollment

Palliative Care 25 students

PLACEMENT/EMPLOYMENT Job Placements for the Class of 2016

Pharmacometrics

Data is based on a survey voluntarily completed by graduating

35 students

students in May.

Regulatory Science

152

Total Number of Graduates

62 students

34

PGY1 Residency Match from ASHP

57

Community Pharmacy

ACADEMIC TRAINING

3

Hospital Pharmacy

43

8

Fellowships

7

Other (Industry, PHS, etc.)

25

No Job by Graduation Date

18

Did Not Respond to Employment Survey

Postdoctoral fellows

22 Residents

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FINANCIALS

SOURCES OF OPERATING REVENUES SUPPORTING THE SCHOOL This report is an unaudited presentation of revenues supporting the School.

FISCAL YEAR 2015-2016

Gifts $1,318,284

Total Source of Funds $60,725,190

Grant and Contract Awards and Designated Research Initiative Funds $26,912,022

Net General Appropriation and Tuition and Fees $27,673,274

Auxiliary and Misc. $3,047,102 Federal Funds $367,316

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Endowments $1,407,192

Gifts $771,426

FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015 Total Source of Funds $60,176,873

Grant and Contract Awards and Designated Research Initiative Funds $27,836,709

Net General Appropriation and Tuition and Fees $26,615,588

Federal Funds $367,316

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Scholarships, Fellowships, and Endowments $1,267,761

Auxiliary and Misc. $3,318,073


NEW FACULTY

Hazem E. Hassan, PhD ’07, MS ’16, RPh, RCDS Assistant Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Hassan received a BPharm degree (summa cum laude) from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Helwan University, in Egypt. He earned a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, where he also completed postdoctoral training and later earned an MS in Pharmacometrics. Hassan has more than 14 years of experience in the field of clinical pharmacology, drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics, and drug development. At the School of Pharmacy, he is director of the Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics Laboratory. He is a registered/certified controlled dangerous substances researcher by the state of Maryland and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Division of Drug Enforcement Administration. Hassan’s research program focuses on investigating the underlying factors that impact drug development and drug therapy optimization in adults and pre-term neonates via employing in vitro, in vivo, and in silico quantitative pharmacology (QP) approaches. Hassan actively serves several national organizations, including the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, where he is co-leader of its Hot Topics Initiative. Hassan has received several awards, including AAPS’ Award in Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics, and Drug Metabolism/Clinical Sciences, the School of Pharmacy’s Dr. Ralph Shangraw Award and the Dr. Arthur Schwartz Award, and the Egyptian government’s General Mission award. In 2004, he was inducted into the Rho Chi Honor Society. He has a joint appointment as an associate professor of pharmaceutics in the Faculty of Pharmacy, Helwan University, Egypt. Hassan is a registered pharmacist by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.

Mojdeh Heavner, PharmD ’08, BCPS, BCCCP Assistant Professor Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science

Heavner received a Bachelor of Science in physiology and neurobiology from the University of Maryland, College Park and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. She completed a pharmacy practice residency and critical care and solid organ transplant specialty residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital. She is board certified in pharmacotherapy and critical care. Following her residency training, Heavner practiced as a clinical pharmacy specialist in the medical intensive care unit, served as residency director of the critical care pharmacy specialty program, and spent several years as supervisor of clinical pharmacy services at Yale-New Haven Hospital before joining the faculty at the School of Pharmacy. She is a clinical pharmacy specialist at the University of Maryland Medical Center, where she practices in the medical intensive care unit. Heavner is active in professional organizations at the local, state, and national levels, including the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, the Society of Critical Care Medicine, and the Maryland Society of Health-System Pharmacy. She served as secretary on the board of the Connecticut Society of Health-System Pharmacists for several

years and was recognized as Pharmacist of the Year by that organization in 2016. Her practice and research interests include performance management and quality improvement, delirium, medication safety, and antibiotic pharmacokinetics and stewardship in the intensive care unit.

Zachary Noel, PharmD, BCPS Assistant Professor Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science

Noel obtained his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. He completed a pharmacy practice and cardiology specialty residency at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. He is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist. Noel’s practice and research interests include valvular heart disease, anticoagulation, and teaching pedagogy. He is a member of the Applied Therapeutics, Research, and Instruction at the University of Maryland (ATRIUM) cardiology collaborative, which focuses on the advancement of care provided to patients with cardiovascular disease. He also serves as program coordinator for the Postgraduate Year 2 Cardiology Pharmacy Residency Program at the University of Maryland.

Danya Qato, PhD, PharmD, MPH Assistant Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research

Qato is a pharmacist, epidemiologist, and health services researcher. She holds a PhD in health and pharmaceutical services research from the Brown University School of Public Health, a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Illinois, and a Master of Public Health with a concentration in international health and humanitarian studies from Harvard University. At Brown, Qato was funded as an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and National Institutes of Health doctoral and postdoctoral research fellow in comparative effectiveness research. Her substantive areas of research pertain to improving regulatory and policy tools to reduce use of high-risk medications in vulnerable populations, risk management and post-marketing surveillance, environmental and global health systems development, pharmacovigilance, and health disparities. She was previously an Albert Schweitzer Fellow, a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow (for support of her MPH at Harvard), and a U.S. research fellow of the Palestinian American Research Center and the Arab Council for the Social Sciences funded by the Swedish International Development Agency. In the 2015-2016 academic year, Qato was based at the Institute for Community and Public Health at Birzeit University in the West Bank, where she was a Fulbright Scholar. She is founder and director of the Arab & Eastern Mediterranean Pharmacovigilance Network and serves as an expert consultant to the World Health Organization. In addition to her role as an assistant professor, Qato is a faculty affiliate at the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Institute for Global Health.

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH (PHSR) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

RANK/TITLE

PROJECT TITLE

SPONSOR NAME

Amy Davidoff Research Assistant Professor

Treatment Patterns and Outcomes Associated with Infused and Oral Iron Chelation Therapy in Medicare Part D Enrolled Patients with Myelodysplastic Syndrome

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp.

Peter Doshi

Secondment Agreement

BMJ Publishing Group Limited, Inc. $90,000

Assistant Professor

PROJECT TOTAL

$53,421

Susan dosReis Professor

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement Agency for Healthcare Research in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS and Quality

$92,325

Susan dosReis Professor

Methods for Prioritizing Surrogate Desired Health Outcomes for Patients

$312,864

Tabassum Majid Postdoctoral Fellow

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement Agency for Healthcare Research $7,675 in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS and Quality

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement Agency for Healthcare Research $869,273 in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS and Quality

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair West Baltimore Primary Care Access Collaboration

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

Bon Secours Baltimore Health System

$96,914

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

Mapping and Resourcing Patient and Patient-Centered Outcomes Stakeholder Engagement Along 10-Step Research Institute PCOR Continuum Framework

$392,139

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Costs and BIA

AlphaNet, Inc.

$191,515

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

Maryland Faith Community Health Network

Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative $50,000 Education Fund, Inc.

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

Pragmatic Clinical Trials of Proton vs. Photon Therapy for Patients with Breast and Lung Cancer

University of Pennsylvania

$138,144

Elisabeth Oehrlein Graduate Student

Gender Disparities in Atrial Fibrillation Treatment

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America

$25,000

Ebere Onukwugha Associate Professor

Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma SEER Medicare Proposal: Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals

$150,393

Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy

$43,089

Eleanor Perfetto Professor CER Collaborative CER Certificate Program

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS

Eleanor Perfetto Professor Patient-Centered Research for Outcomes, Effectiveness, and Measurement

PhRMA Foundation

$83,333

Eleanor Perfetto Professor PCOR Training for Non-Usual Suspects: A Program for Rare Disease Patient Advocates

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

$69,301

Francoise Pradel Professor

Evaluation and Technical Assistance Services for the Maryland Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Prevention Program

Maryland Department of Health $380,000

Melissa Ross Graduate Student

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement Agency for Healthcare Research $7,664 in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS and Quality

Fadia Shaya Professor

Strategic Prevention Framework — Partnerships for Success

Maryland Department of Health

Linda Simoni-Wastila Parke-Davis Chair of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy

Statewide Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup FY16

Maryland Department of Health $200,000

Linda Simoni-Wastila Parke-Davis Chair of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy

Novartis HEOR Fellowship

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp.

Linda Simoni-Wastila Parke-Davis Chair of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy

Shared Savings Calculations

Maryland Health Care Commission $94,703

Julia Slejko Assistant Professor

SEER-Medicare Study of Health Outcomes and Economics: Multiple Myeloma

Takeda Global Research & Development Center, Inc.

$218,816

Julia Slejko Assistant Professor

Predictors of Medication Adherence and the Value of Adherence Prediction

PhRMA Foundation

$50,000

Bruce Stuart Professor

Landscape Review and Policy Implications University of Pennsylvania of Restricted Access to GovernmentFunded Health Care Data/Supplement

$4,000

Sarah Tom Assistant Professor

Value and Access to New Drug Products Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp. in the Part D Market

$223,218

Total PHSR

$190,000

$108,416

$4,142,202

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY PRACTICE AND SCIENCE (PPS) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

RANK/TITLE

PROJECT TITLE

SPONSOR NAME

PROJECT TOTAL

Bruce Anderson Professor State Children’s Health Insurance Information

Maryland Department of Health $1,903,232

Bruce Anderson

Avon Products Support

Avon Products Inc.

Bruce Anderson Professor

Enhanced Toxidromic Surveillance Using Poison Center Data

Maryland Department of Health $35,000

Bruce Anderson Professor

Poison Control Stabilization and Enhancement Program

Health Resources and Services Administration

$212,193

Nicole Brandt Professor

CMS Medication Therapy Management Program Improvements

Econometrica, Inc.

$7,000

Nicole Brandt Professor

Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

$55,000

Catherine Cooke Research Associate Part D Enhanced Medication Therapy Professor Management Technical Implementation Support

IMPAQ International, LLC

$78,566

Bethany DiPaula Associate Professor

Maryland Department of Health $1,349,250

Professor

FY15 Springfield Hospital Center - Pharmacy Services

$27,543

Bethany DiPaula Associate Professor FY16 Howard County Health Pharmacy Services

Howard County Health Department $36,148

Bethany DiPaula Associate Professor

Opioid Prescription Review for Pain Management

Maryland Department of Health $68,860

Thomas Dowling Professor

Fasting Bioequivalence Study of Nilotinib Capsules

Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.

$297,454

Agnes Ann Feemster Assistant Professor

Memorandum of Understanding between JHH Department of Pharmacy and UMB School of Pharmacy

Johns Hopkins Hospital

$39,046

Joga Gobburu Professor

Development of Quantitative Translational Medicine Decision Kit for RA Disease

Johnson & Johnson

$40,575

Joga Gobburu Professor

Long-Term Modeling and Simulation Support for Wockhardt Projects

Wockhardt Ltd.

$500,000

Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals Inc.

$15,000

Joga Gobburu Professor RBP7000 Modeling and Report Project

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS Joga Gobburu Professor

Population Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic, Dose-Toxicity Modeling and Simulation for Narrow Therapeutic Index (NTI) Drugs

Food & Drug Administration

$196,098

Joga Gobburu Professor

Pharmacometric Modeling and Simulation for a Generic Drug Substitutability Evaluation and PostMarketing Risk Assessment

Food & Drug Administration

$196,098

Mathangi Research Assistant Gopalakrishnan Professor

DRL-Celecoxib Project

Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd

$85,000

Stuart Haines Professor

Best Practices in Insulin Pen Use in Hospitals

American Society of Health- System Pharmacists

$19,966

Lauren Hynicka

Associate Professor

Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Review Program Maryland Department of Health $243,235

Vijay Ivaturi

Research Assistant Professor

Pharmacometric Support for a Neuro- Oncology Drug Development Program

Cherokee Layson-Wolf

Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc.

$100,000

Associate Professor Whitesell Pharmacy Services and Associate Dean

Whitesell Pharmacy

$28,983

Cherokee Layson-Wolf

Associate Professor and Associate Dean

Sharpsburg Pharmacy

$28,983

Cherokee Layson-Wolf

Associate Professor Professional Pharmacy Resident and Associate Dean Training Agreement

Professional Pharmacy Services, Inc.

$48,289

Sharpsburg Pharmacy Services

Raymond Love Professor

Potomac Center - Secure Evaluation and Therapeutic Treatment

Maryland Department of Health $148,917

Raymond Love Professor

Eastern Shore Hospital Center – Improving Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

Raymond Love Professor

Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center – Improving Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health $694,459

Raymond Love Professor

Thomas B Finan Center – Improving Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health $366,377

Raymond Love Professor

MHA - Centralized Administration of Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

$380,082

$549,134

Raymond Love Professor Antipsychotic Prescription Review Program

Maryland Department of Health $899,899

Raymond Love Professor

Maryland Department of Health $1,774,693

Spring Grove Hospital Center – Improving Pharmacy Services

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS Raymond Love Professor

Peer to Peer Review for Mental Health Drug Programs – Pediatrics

Maryland Department of Health $2,199,999

Jill Morgan

Medstar Georgetown University

MedStar Health Inc.

Associate Professor and Chair

$46,996

Jason Noel Associate Professor Tim Rocafort Assistant Professor Magaly Rodriguez Professor and de Bittner Associate Dean

Developmental Disabilities Administration Maryland Department of Health $52,527

Physician Dispensing in Maryland: An Educational Series

Maryland State Medical Society

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner

Professor and Associate Dean

Clinical Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health $172,836

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner

Professor and Associate Dean

Joint Clinical and Educational Collaboration

Baltimore Washington Medical Center

Controlled Dangerous Substance Emergency Preparedness Plan

Maryland Department of Health $80,058

Kathryn Walker Associate Professor

Agreement for Joint Clinical and Johns Hopkins Home Care Group $71,338 Educational Collaboration Between Johns Hopkins Home Care Group and UMB

Total PPS

$5,000

$143,550

$13,197,384

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (PSC) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

RANK/TITLE

Heather Boyce Graduate Student

PROJECT TITLE

Understanding Material Properties and Abuse Deterrent Formulations

SPONSOR NAME

PhRMA Foundation

PROJECT TOTAL

$20,000

Steven Fletcher Associate Professor Lead Optimization of a Bromodomain Inhibitor

Maryland Industrial Partnerships $68,442

Steven Fletcher Associate Professor

Pre-Clinical and Clinical Imaging and Treatment of Multiple Myeloma with cMyc-Max Nanoparticles

Washington University

$60,589

Brandy Garzel Graduate Student

Role of BSEP in Drug-Induced Cholestatic Liver Toxicity

National Institutes of Health

$28,162

David Goodlett Professor Type VI Secretion Effectors and Their Role in Fitness During Polymicrobial Infection

University of Washington

$50,000

David Goodlett Professor A Digital Microfluidic Surface Acoustic Wave Nebulization Device for Mass Spectrometry

Deurion LLC

$44,280

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS Geoffrey Heinzl Graduate Student Discovery and Design of Antivirulants Targeting the Heme Uptake System of Pseudomonas aeruginosa

American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education

$6,500

Stephen Hoag

Metrohm USA

$15,616

Stephen Hoag Professor Patient Acceptance of Drugs

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Education

$299,468

Maureen Kane Associate Professor

Interactive Effect of Environmental Exposures and Alcohol in the Navajo Birth Cohort

University of New Mexico

$12,653

Maureen Kane Associate Professor

Molecular Determinants of Retinoid Metabolism in Embryonic Tissues

University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc.

$252,060

Maryanna Lanning Graduate Student

Towards Targeted Antineoplastics: American Chemical Society The Disruption of Aberrant ProteinProtein Interactions with Small Molecule Inhibitors and Synthetic alpha-helix Mime

$10,000

Justin Lemkul Postdoctoral Fellow

Exploring RNA Folding and Dynamics Using a Polarizable Force Field

National Institute of General Medical Sciences

$58,002

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Program for Therapeutic Targeting of Transcriptional Repression

Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University

$25,000

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Carbohydrate Force Fields for Structure, Dynamics, and Molecular Recognition

National Institutes of Health

$324,622

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Polarizable Force Field for Proteins and Lipids

University of Chicago

$398,667

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Validation of the SSFEP and SILCS Computational Methodologies

Pfizer Inc.

$55,677

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Design and Synthesis of Inhibitors of the BTB Domain of BCL6

Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University

$225,300

Sarah Michel

Non-classical Zinc Finger Proteins

National Science Foundation

$120,000

Sarah Michel Professor

Evaluation of Iron Species in Healthy Subjects Treated with Generic and Reference Sodium Ferric Gluconate

Food & Drug Administration

$383,028

Abdulafeez Oluyadi Graduate Student

Elucidating the Role and Mechanism of American Foundation for Cleavage Specific and Polyadenylation Pharmaceutical Education Factor 30 (CPSF30) in mRNA Recognition and Post-Transcriptional Modification

Professor

Professor

Metrohm UMB Agreement

$5,000

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS James Polli Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair

Characterization of Epilepsy Patients Food & Drug Administration At-Risk for Adverse Outcomes Related to Switching Antiepileptic Drug Products

$769,899

James Polli Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair

University of Maryland Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (M-CERSI)

University of Maryland, College Park

$148,078

James Polli Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair

Exploring Performance Variability in Dissolution Testing Using Biorelevant Media and the Impact of Potential Key Factors on Biorelevant Dissolution Testing Results

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Education

$173,467

Gerald Rosen Professor

Methamphetamine-Induced Alterations in Brain Tissue Oxygenation

University of New Mexico

$93,713

Paul Shapiro Professor and Chair

Effects of Inhibitors on ERK2 Interactions Biomed Valley Discoveries, Inc. with Substrates or Regulatory Proteins

$52,336

Paul Shapiro Professor and Chair

BVD-523 Interactions and Regulation of Biomed Valley Discoveries, Inc. ERK2 Containing E322 Mutations

$45,645

Paul Shapiro Professor and Chair

Structure Determination of Active ERK2 Biomed Valley Discoveries, Inc. with Small Molecule ATP-Competitive ERK1/2 Inhibitors

$75,165

Paul Shapiro Professor and Chair

Evaluation of Novel Substrate Specific Inhibitors of ERK1/2 in the Treatment of Asthma

National Institutes of Health

$246,073

Jana Shen Associate Professor

CAREER: Electrostatic Mechanisms in Protein Stability and Folding

National Science Foundation

$154,553

Jana Shen Associate Professor

Electrostatic Modulation of Protein Stability and Folding

National Institute of General Medical Sciences

$291,650

Jana Shen Associate Professor

Thin Film Biofabrication for Integrated Bio-Electronics

University of Maryland, College Park

$80,000

Yan Shu Associate Professor

Xenobiotic Transporter Regulation and IRIP Function

National Institute of General Medical Sciences

$315,200

Optivia Biotechnology Inc.

$12,219

Yan Shu Associate Professor Effect of OCT Inhibition on Platinum Nephrotoxicity

Audra Stinchcomb Professor Bioequivalence of Topical Drug Products: Food & Drug Administration In vitro - In vivo Correlations

$499,999

Audra Stinchcomb Professor

$463,572

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Heat Effect on Generic Transdermal Drug Delivery Systems

Food & Drug Administration


GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS Audra Stinchcomb Professor

Absolute Bioavailability/Pharmacokinetic National Institute of and Residual Drug Analysis of Oxybutynin, Pharmaceutical Technology Scopolamine, and Fentanyl Transdermal and Education Systems in Healthy Adults

$598,337

Audra Stinchcomb Professor Effects of Chemical Penetration Enhancers in Drug-in Adhesive Transdermal Drug Delivery Systems on in vitro Skin Permeation Studies

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Education

$528,811

Peter Swaan

Professor and Associate Dean

Altered Hepatic Disposition of Anionic Drugs-Mechanisms

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

$78,191

Peter Swaan

Professor and Associate Dean

Molecular Organization of the Organic Cation-Proton Exchanger, MATE1

University of Arizona

$25,039

Sudha Veeraraghavan Associate Professor Assessment of Protein Therapeutics Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

University of Maryland, $54,784 Baltimore County

Hongbing Wang Professor Role of Constitutive Androstane Receptor National Institute of General in Cyclophosphamide-Based Medical Sciences Chemotherapy

$291,650

Angela Wilks Professor Heme Utilization and Homeostasis in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

$422,637

Angela Wilks Professor

Bacterial Heme Oxygenase Protein and Biological Assay Development

The Research Network, Ltd

$7,375

Angela Wilks Professor

New Targets and Approach to Antibiotic Development

Maryland Technology Development Corp.

$100,000

Patrick Wintrode Associate Professor Modeling Misfolded Z Alpha 1-Antitrypsin Alpha-1 Foundation for In Silico Drug Design

$100,000

Fengtian Xue Assistant Professor

Selective Inhibitors of Heme Transporters as Antiparasitic Agents

Rakta Therapeutics, Inc.

$158,016

Fengtian Xue Bruce Yu

Assistant Professor

BCL6 BTB Domain Inhibitors for Triple- Negative Breast Cancer

American Association for $69,000 Cancer Research

Professor

Using NMR to Characterize Protein Medimmune Inc. $439,300 Formulations

Total PSC

$8,757,774

Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research (PHSR) Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science (PPS) Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSC) Grand Total

$4,142,202 $13,197,384 $8,757,774 $26,097,360

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

Loyal donors provide the foundation for the School of Pharmacy’s success. Thank you to everyone — our alumni, faculty, staff, and friends — who has invested in the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. LEGACY COUNCIL The Legacy Council of the University of Maryland acknowledges those who have made generous contributions to the School of Pharmacy through their estate plans. Anyone who has made such a gift is eligible for membership in the Legacy Council. To qualify, simply provide the School of Pharmacy’s Office of Development and Alumni Affairs with documentation of the gift or a copy of the relevant document in which the School is named as a beneficiary (www.umbfplannedgiving.org). For additional information about membership in the Legacy Council and estate planning, please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at 410-706-5893 or email ggriffith@rx.umaryland.edu. Members of the Legacy Council are: John H. Balch, BSP ’68 Roslyn F. Balch Thomas S. Brenner, BSP ‘72 Barry M. Bress, BSP ’79 Theresa A. Bress Gary G. Buterbaugh, PhD Phyllis Brill Wingrat, BSP ’50= Billie Chappelear Harold E. Chappelear, LLD (Hon) ’98 Gerald I. Cohen, BSP ’58=

Irwin R. Cohen= Kristine W. Ellinger, BSP ’77= Estate of Evelyn Grollman Glick Nancy Rose Harmon= Ilene Harris, BSP ’81, PharmD ’83 Gwynne L. Horwits Leonard Horwits, BSP ’60 George H. Huber, BSP ’61 David H. Jones, BSP ’70 Sophia Kallelis=

Theodore S. Kallelis, PhD ’57= Dolores H. Kinnard William J. Kinnard Jr. Bernhard Lamy Gregory J. Lukaszczyk, BSP ’84 Estate of Bertha J. Manchey Estate of Helen Mendelsohn David G. Miller, BSP ’85 Joseph H. Morton, BSP ’60= Paul A. Pumpian, BSP ’50=

Michael B. Rodell, BSP ’58 Chris A. Rodowskas, PhG ’29= Estate of Lillian K. Slama Allen Spak, BSP ’63= James M. Trattner, PhD ’28= Clayton L. Warrington, BSP ’58 Elizabeth Warrington William J. Zimmerman, BSP ’70 = Signifies Deceased

DAVID STEWART ASSOCIATES In the mid-1980s, several dedicated alumni and friends established a premier giving society, the David Stewart Associates (DSA), to fund Schoolwide initiatives that would propel the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy nationally as a leader in pharmacy education. This leadership giving society honors David Stewart, America’s first professor of pharmacy and a founder of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, who symbolized a passion for excellence and commitment to pharmacy education. The founding members of the DSA are: Elwin Alpern, BSP ’51=

Mayer Handelman, BSP ’54

Martin B. Mintz, PD, BSP ’65

Arthur N. Riley, BSP ’70, MS ’72

Leon R. Catlett, BSP ’65

William M. Heller, MS ’51,

Benjamin S. Mulitz

Gerald M. Rosen

Melvin S. Cohen=

PhD ’55, DSC ’87

Elizabeth Newcomb, BSP ’68

David M. Russo, BSP ’79

James P. Cragg Jr., BSP ’43=

H. Elinor Hens=

John R. Newcomb Jr., BSP ’67

Ralph A. Small Jr., BSP ’74

Leonard J. DeMino=

Leon Jablon=

Anthony G. Padussis, BSP ’44=

Arnold Smolen

Donald O. Fedder, BSP ’50=

William J. Kinnard Jr.

David Pearlman, BSP ’52

Bernard A. Weisman, BSP ’70=

Michaeline R. Fedder

Dorothy Levi, BSP ’70

William L. Pearlman, BSP ’48=

Kenneth P. Whittemore Jr.,

Robert Foer, BSP ’51=

Mark A. Levi, PD, BSP ’70

Thomas S. Petr, BSP ’74

BSP ’76

Henry J. Glaser Jr.=

Samuel Lichter, BSP ’60

Stephen J. Provenza, PhG ’29=

Leonard Winkleman

Evelyn Grollman Glick=

Nicholas C. Lykos, BSP ’52=

Lawrence R. Rachuba=

= Signifies Deceased

This core group of philanthropists has inspired other donors to follow their lead. Today DSA membership has grown to create a solid base of private support for the School’s efforts to advance pharmaceutical education, practice, and science. To join this prestigious group of alumni and friends, or for more information on giving to the School, please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, at 410-706-5893 or email ggriffith@rx.umaryland.edu.

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy appreciates the financial support of the following individuals and organizations during the period July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016. GIVING BY INDIVIDUALS

Harold Chappelear, LLD (Hon) ’98

Erin T. Strovel

Apothecary Club

Mary W. Connelly, BSP ’51

Jeffrey W. Strovel

$250 - $499

David Stewart Associates

Andrew Coop~

Edward A. Taylor, PharmD ’06~

Marsha E. Alvarez, BSP ’71,

$100,000 - $499,999

William J. Cooper*

Hoai-An Truong, PharmD ’05~

Ellen H. Yankellow, BSP ’73,

Deborah DeWitt~

Angelo C. Voxakis, BSP ’71~

William P. Beierschmitt, PhD ’86

J. Philip Fink, BSP ’79*

Clayton L. Warrington, BSP ’58*

Sherry N. Berlin, BSP ’74*

PharmD ’96*

PharmD ’96*

Julian M. Friedman, BSP ’56*

Elizabeth Warrington*

Howard K. Besner, BSP ’78,

$25,000 to $99,999

Barry D. Hecht, BSP ’73~

Gerolyn Ann Whittemore

Beverly L. Crovo

William M. Heller, MS ’51, PhD ’55,

Kenneth P. Whittemore Jr., BSP ’76

Charles R. Bonapace,

Thomas L. Crovo

Carol Ann Williams~

Gwynne L. Horwits

Brian M. Hose, PharmD ’06~

Thomas G. Williams Jr.,

James M. Crable, BSP ’82

Leonard Horwits, BSP ’60

David H. Jones, BSP ’70~

Terry L. Davis, BSP ’83, PharmD ’98*

Theodore J. Sophocleus, BSP ’62

Calvin H. Knowlton, PhD ’93

DSc ’87~+

PharmD ’06~

PharmD ’02~ PharmD ’97~

Natalie D. Eddington, PhD ’89~

Kan Chan Ku, PharmD ’01

Dean’s Club

Lily Chua Eng, BSP ’76~

$10,000 - $24,999

Cherokee L. Layson-Wolf,

$500 - $999

William T. Foley Jr., BSP ’58~

Suzanne J. Caplan, BSP ’65*

Thomas S. Brenner, BSP ’72*

Harold L. Frank

Yale H. Caplan, BSP ’63, PhD ’68*

Michael Luzuriaga, BSP ’70*

Monica A. Carter, BSP ’75

Leslie D. Frank, BSP ’77, PhD ’82

Hemavathi M. Gowda,

Daniel Z. Mansour, PharmD ’00~

Michelle M. Ceng, PharmD ’98

Steven P. George, BSP ’82~

PharmD ’05

PharmD ’00

Mary Lynn McPherson, PharmD ’86~

Rebecca Ceraul~

Hazem E. Hassan Abdel Hamid,

George C. Voxakis, BSP ’58,

Sanjay V. Merchant, PhD ’01

David D. Christ, BSP ’79

David W. Miller, PhD ’93

Nicholas Cornias, BSP ’92*

Allen S. Hanenbaum, BSP ’59

Judith Mintz*

Michaeline R. Fedder+

Anne Hume

PharmD ’96*

Wanda Williams~

PhD ’07, MS ’16

Martin B. Mintz, BSP ’65*

Alice H. Hill, PharmD ’93*

Wendy Klein-Schwartz, PharmD ’77~

$5,000 - $9,999

Jill A. Morgan~

Amy Kruger Howard

Nelson E. Kline, BSP ’92

Steven Fletcher

C. Daniel Mullins~

Walter J. Hryszko, BSP ’74*

Denise Kreckel

Mary Therese Gyi, BSP ’83,

Ahmed A. Othman, PhD ’07

Karen M. Kabat, MS ’83~

Peter Kreckel

Robin L. Paluskievicz, PharmD ’98~

Jonathan Kang

Suneel Kudaravalli, PharmD ’00

Myrna J. Petersen

Lisa T. Kloch, BSP ’80~

Jonathan N. Latham, PharmD ’98*

$1,000 - $4,999

Marvin S. Platt, BSP ’51*

Stephen C. Kloch, BSP ’80~

Ronald E. Lay, BSP ’78*

Alfred Abramson, BSP ’56~

Keith S. Pozanek, BSP ’86~

Louise Q. Leach, BSP ’74

Bonnie Levin, BSP ’78~

Stephen J. Allen, MS ’78

Gaytrice K. Rucker, BSP ’83

Lisa M. Matson, BSP ’88*

Frederick J. Mack, BSP ’79*

Wendy Allen

Jane M. Shaab

Steven J. Miller, MS ’87

Phyllis G. Meise

Barbara Alving

Marilyn Shangraw*

Karen H. Nishi, BSP ’80

Robert K. Moler, BSP ’50

Carl Alving

Paul Shapiro

Sharon K. Park, PharmD ’04

Hyung J. Na, BSP ’89

Andrew Bartilucci, PhD ‘53~

Jeffrey B. Sherr, BSP ’78~

Francoise G. Pradel

Capt. Paul J. Na, BSP ’90

Mary Baxter

Joanne H. Sherr, BSP ’78~

Shelby D. Reed, BSP ’93, PhD ’99

Barbara B. Nussbaum, BSP ’89

Kenneth Boyden

Matthew G. Shimoda, PharmD ’84~

Fadia T. Shaya

Amanda Oglesby-Sherrouse

Capt. James L. Bresette,

Gisele M. Sidbury, PharmD ’97

George W. Swope Jr., BSP ’70*

Francis Palumbo

PharmD ’06

Julia Slejko

Esmail Tabibi

Kristine Rapan Parbuoni,

Barry M. Bress, BSP ’79

PharmD ’97*

Larry E. Small, MS ’76, PhD ’80

Simu K. Thomas, PhD ’02

Theresa A. Bress

Frances Spaven, PhD ’86~

Joella Trenchard

Anthony J. Petralia Sr., BSP ’52*

Philip D. Chaikin, BSP ’72,

Kerry Spaven~

Loreen A. Wutoh, BSP ’86~

Carolyn Petralia, PharmD ’03~

Nina H. Spiller, PharmD ’88*

Richard L. Wynn, BSP ’64, PhD ’70~

Thomas J. Pfaff, BSP ’85*

PharmD ’77

* Signifies donor for 15+ consecutive years ~ Signifies donor for 5-14 consecutive years

+ Signifies David Stewart Associates Founding Member = Signifies Deceased

PharmD ’05

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Kathleen M. Phelan, BSP ’93~

Stephen P. Boykin, BSP ’73,

Stephen S. Friedman, BSP ’82

Richard F. Korecky, PharmD ’15

Bonnie L. Pitt, BSP ’74

Pankaj B. Gala, PhD ’90

Lawrence J. Kotey, PharmD ’03~

Wayne S. Roach

John E. Braaten, BSP ’79

Stephen J. Gandel, BSP ’62

Cynthia L. Lacivita, PharmD ’87

Patrick T. Rocafort

Nicole J. Brandt, PharmD ’97

Florence F. K. Gee, BSP ’74~

Thomas P. LaMartina, BSP ’87*

Michael B. Rodell, BSP ’58*

Elaine L. Brogan, BSP ’78~

Timothy D. Gladwell, PharmD ’96

Kaysha R. Lancaster, PharmD ’00

James R. Salmons, BSP ’89,

Harry J. Brown, BSP ’59

Donald J. Glenn, BSP ’83~

Kirk K. Lancaster

Alvin H. Burwell, PharmD ’99

Brian J. Goetz, PharmD ’94

Julia A. Lauless, BSP ’84

Sorell L. Schwartz, BSP ’59

Kevin M. Carl, PharmD ’01

Sharon M. Green, BSP ’77,

Jung E. Lee, BSP ’93~

Allen Shaughnessy

Marian L. Cascio, BSP ’77*

PharmD ’02

Yoo-Jin Lee, PharmD ’04

Suzanne K. Simala, BSP ’84*

Jason F. Chancey, PharmD ’00*

Deborah F. Groleau

Lisa C. LeGette, BSP ’92~

Kara J. Sink, BSP ’92

Hansong Chen, PharmD ‘13

George E. Groleau, BSP ’76~

Colleen C. Lehmann, BSP ’78

Peter M. Thai, PharmD ’12

Randy S. Chiat, BSP ’90

Alicia M. Gronseth, PharmD ’11

Julie E. Limric, BSP ’69

Sarah Tom

Jennifer W. Childress, PharmD ’02

Vandana R. Gupta, PharmD ’08

Kang Lin, PharmD ’14

Jia-Bei Wang, PhD ’92~

Catherine L. Cioffi, PhD ’88

Stuart T. Haines*

Denise Lupo Lutz, BSP ’77

Robert Wixson

Tatiana Claro da Silva, PhD ’11

Joseph G. Handelman, BSP ’60

Walter P. Mackay, BSP ’62*

Bay-Mao B. Wu, PharmD ’01~

Kenneth E. Cohen

Lois T. Havranek, BSP ’60

Daniel F. Mackley, BSP ’76

William Yeboah, PharmD ’00~

Katherine M. Coyle, PharmD ’00

Diana P. Henzel, BSP ’93~

Harry E. Macks, BSP ’59~

Julie Magno Zito

John W. Cropp, PhD ’92

Laura J. Herb

Jeanne Macks

David A. Custer, BSP ’73

Mary-Therese Hewins, BSP ’81,

Wanda T. Maldonado,

Century Club

Hedy J. Cylus Gleiman, BSP ’73~

$100 - $249

Brett L. Dabruzzo, PharmD ’97

James M. Hill, BSP ’72

Aliya Mansoor, PharmD ’98

Walter H. Abel, BSP ’63

Colleen Day~

Miriam Kamanitz Hirsch, BSP ’76

Phillip L. Marsiglia, BSP ’76

Marie V. Adams

Mary Eckert DeLuca, BSP ’79

Marta Hoffman, BSP ’60*

Robert J. Martin Jr., BSP ’74

Robert W. Adams, BSP ’68

Louis Diamond, BSP ’61, MS ’64,

Gregory P. Honshul, BSP ’75

Emmanuel A. Mbi, PharmD ’03

Abimbola O. Adebowale, PhD ’99

Jamie Hoots

Edward T. McCagh Jr., BSP ’75~

Damilola F. Alade, PharmD ’13

Charles R. Downs, BSP ’73,

Forest S. Howell, BSP ’87~

Janet L. Mighty, BSP ’82

Isabel Almeida-Chiat, BSP ’90

Gayle C. Howell, BSP ’91~

Ann K. Miller, PhD ’93

Clarence L. Anstine, BSP ’58

Dongyi Du, PhD ’09

Aliaksandr Hrytsyshyn,

Jill Molofsky, BSP ’81~

Daniel Ashby

Ping Jin Du

Yvonne K. Molotsi, PharmD ’02~

Larry L. Augsburger, BSP ’62,

Michelle L. Eby, PharmD ’99~

Helen Hsiao, PharmD ’06~

Vikas Moolchandani, PhD ’10

Nancy A. Edgeworth, PharmD ’96

Naissan Hussainzada, PharmD ’09

Ivan Moore

Hector T. Ayu, BSP ’93

Felicia U. Edoga, PharmD ’05

Ping Jin, PhD ’06

Gloria J. Nichols-English, PhD ’95

Dov E. Banks~

James D. Edwards, BSP ’57

Lisa M. Johnson-Pope,

Jason M. Noel~

Freddy E. Banks, BSP ’‘92

Agnes B. Ekiko, PharmD ’02

Glenda S. Owens, BSP ’76

Marshal Banks~

Donald B. Elliott, BSP ’57~

Vicki M. Joshua, BSP ’87

Anna Palka, BSP ’92

Rochelle Banks~

Jennifer L. Evans, PharmD ’00

Aaron C. Kadish, BSP ’63*

Joseph Pariser, BSP ’63*

Ingrid R. Baramki, MS ’63

Susan M. Evans, BSP ’91~

Patrick Y. Kamara, PharmD ’98

Kelly S. Park, PharmD ’04

William H. Batt, BSP ’63~

Theodore J. Evans, BSP ’83~

Charise S. Kasser, BSP ’83~

Angela M. Parker, BSP ’95~

Barbara B. Bedell, BSP ’82

Daniel A. Farney, PharmD ’01

Susan A. Katz, BSP ’88

Kinjal A. Patel, PharmD ’09

Vahram Bedrossian, BSP ’79*

Fran Favin-Weiskopf,

Thomas H. Keller Jr., BSP ’63~

Leonard N. Patras, BSP ’74*

Steven M. Beres, BSP ’91

Hee S. Kim, BSP ’90

Philip M. Perry, BSP ’74*

Phyllis A. Bernard, BSP ’88*

Ira L. Fedder, BSP ’79

Sonia S. Kim, PharmD ’99

Victoria Pho

Asome Bide, PharmD ’01

Matthew L. Fedowitz,

Jason D. Kinyon, PharmD ’10

Lisa N. Pitt, PharmD ’98

Deborah A. Blamble, PharmD ’96

Carrie R. Kitzmiller, PharmD ’04

Sovitj Pou, PharmD ’96

Lawrence H. Block, BSP ’62,

Pamela S. Ford, PharmD ’02

Kathleen Klemm, PharmD ’08

Stanley A. Pyles, BSP ’90

Keith Konajeski

Lois A. Reynolds, PharmD ’01

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MS ’65, PhD ’67

MS ’76

PhD ’67 PharmD ’99*

PharmD ’88*

PharmD ’01

MS ’67, PhD ’69

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PharmD ’15

PharmD ’99

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PharmD ’86

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Jesus Czarlite S. Ricasa,

Jessica T. Walker, PharmD ’06

Carla Cobbs, PharmD ’12

Louis M. Jones, PharmD ’09

James B. Walter Jr., BSP ’51*

Michael J. Cohen, BSP ’66*

Michael E. Jones, BSP ’72*

James R. Ritchie, BSP ’63*

PharmD ’12

Andrea B. Weiss, BSP ’89

Kimberly A. Compton, BSP ’94

Carl Kaiser, MS ’52, BSP ’53,

David M. Rombro, BSP ’54

Fred M. Weiss, BSP ’70

Ofuje D. Daniyan, PharmD ’14

Michael Rubino

Monica L. White, PharmD ’95

Ruth Dapaah-Afriyie

Joseph A. Kaiser, BSP ’50, PhD ’55

Noha N. Salama, PhD ’04

Angela Wilks

Frederic de Guzman

Beatrice A. Kallungal, MS ’15

Charlene S. Sampson, BSP ’82

Irene L. Winters, BSP ’54*

Adam A. Dinerman, PhD ’02

Sarah Kang-Pak, BSP ’92

Howard R. Schiff, BSP ’56

Anthony K. Wutoh, PhD ’96

Bethany A. DiPaula, PharmD ’95

Robert Karrs

Mark J. Schocken, PhD ’82

Hawyee T. Yan, BSP ’83

John P. Dolan, PharmD ’14

Kathleen S. Kastama, BSP ’81

Richard M. Schulz, BSP ’76

David M. Yoder, PharmD ’98

Suzanne Doyon

Diane L. Kaufman

Brian L. Schumer, BSP ’81*

David Yoffe

Norman DuBois, BSP ’53*

Dianna N. Kenner-Staves,

Jerome Schwartz, BSP ’49*

Irvin Yospa, BSP ’61~

Byrdena Dugan

Leah C. Sera, PharmD ’10

Donald R. Young, BSP ’57*

Noel E. Durm, BSP ’55

Jane J. Kim, PharmD ’15

Christopher L. Shawyer, BSP ’76~

Lane P. Zangwill, BSP ’78*

Deborah J. Ehart, PharmD ’00

Stonewall C. King Jr., MS ’60

Thomas S. Shelor, BSP ’74~

William V. Zappa, BSP ’74~

Patrick C. Enekwe, PharmD ’99

Cynthia L. Kisamore, BSP ’83

Kun Shen, PharmD ’01

Gene G. Zepp, BSP ’48

Matthew R. Esslinger, BSP ’90

Judith L. Kistler, MS ’59

Yan Shu

Reid A. Zimmer, BSP ’63*

Neil E. Esterson, BSP ’51

Charles J. Kokoski, BSP ’51,

Radames Sierra-Zorita

PhD ’55*

PharmD ’16

Jill R. Fetter, BSP ’93

Stephanie Smisko, PharmD ’16

Contributions up to $99

Robert D. Fetter

Kyung M. Koo, PharmD ’15

Christine Hemler Smith,

Janet M. Abramowitz, BSP ’81~

Christine Ford, MS ’15

Albert W. Kossler, MS ’53*

Lawrence M. Abrams, BSP ’55~

Jack H. Freedman, BSP ’70

Julie A. Kreyenbuhl, PhD ’99

Judith Wenzel Smith, BSP ’77

Dennis M. Ackerman, BSP ’70~

Paul Freiman, BSP ’53

Treacy Krisztinicz, PharmD ’95

Larry A. Snyder, BSP ’60*

Lawrence Aiken, BSP ’73

Phyllis Freiman

Christopher G. Kruft, BSP ’84

Rona S. Snyder*

Anita Airee

Yi Gao-Roberts, PharmD ’03

Angela Lamy~

Susan R. Sosnowik, BSP ’80

Lilian T. Alade, PharmD ’93

Herbert Gendason, BSP ’71~

Theresa M. Langeheine, PharmD ’01

Tye D. Souders, PharmD ’13

Rita Amernick

Ronald Goldner, BSP ’60

Ivy I. Laryea-Akogyeram, BSP ’93

Erica Spizzirri

Sarah Anderson

Lee H. Gradman, BSP ’57

Stephen L. Lauer, BSP ’62*

Molrat Sripinyo, BSP ’83~

Jennifer L. Bailey, PharmD ’08

Martin D. Grebow, BSP ’60*

Dan Le

Charles H. Steg Jr., BSP ’78,

Kelli J. Bankard, PharmD ’05

Elliott Greenblatt, BSP ’61

Christina L. Leach

PharmD ’99

PharmD ’00*

MS ’53, PhD ’56*

Harriette L. Bannister, BSP ’72

Gloria S. Grice, PharmD ’02

Sandra Leal

Michael J. Steinberg, PharmD ’00

Robin L. Becker, BSP ’84

Anthony A. Guerra, PharmD ’97

Carla D. Lefebvre, PharmD ’14

Alan R. Stoff, BSP ’70~

James G. Beckham Jr., BSP ’94

Andrew D. Haines, PharmD ’13

DeAnna D. Leikach, BSP ’92~

Kellie S. Stonesifer, PharmD ’98

Agnes T. Berki, PhD ’04

Joe R. Hanson

Neil B. Leikach, BSP ’92~

Abigail M. Strawberry, BSP ’93

Thomas J. Biles, PharmD ’98

Zehra F. Hasan, BSP ’95

Joseph H. Lerner, BSP ’60

Wanida Surichamorn, PhD ’92

Arnold L. Blaustein, BSP ’62

Bernard P. Heyman, BSP ’57

Melvin Lessing, BSP ’66*

Craig K. Svensson, PharmD ’81~

Alvin M. Blitz, BSP ’67

Michelle Hilaire

Henry M. Levi, BSP ’63~

Donald W. Taylor, BSP ’69~

Barry L. Bloom, BSP ’66*

Yvonne A. Hodges

Mark A. Levi, BSP ’70

LC Dorcas A. Taylor, PharmD ’97

Jill Borchert

April L. Hudson, BSP ’90

Bonnie X. Li-MacDonald,

Nancy L. Taylor, BSP ’62*

Dianne Borghese, BSP ’93

Violet E. Igwacho, PharmD ’16

April G. Thomas, PharmD ’14

Curtis A. Bowen, BSP ’56~

Robert R. Imbierowicz Sr., BSP ’55

Bryan Lim, BSP ’86

J. Bradley Thomas, BSP ’82

Alan T. Bradford, BSP ’81

Nigel Roger Isaacs, PharmD ’93

Kimberlie S. Little, PharmD ’15

Francis J. Tinney, PhD ’66*

Robert P. Brauner, BSP ’65

Paul F. Jarosinski, BSP ’76,

Daniel Longyhore

Mona L. Tsoukleris, PharmD ’87

Stephen L. Buckner, BSP ’67

Daniel C. Lyons, PharmD ’07

Donna E. VanWie, BSP ’87

James B. Caldwell, PharmD ’85

Julie S. Johnson, BSP ’94~

Shadi S. Madieh, PhD ’06

Wayne D. VanWie, BSP ’88

Dianna L. Campbell, PharmD ’16

Pamela Johnson-Pearson

Frederick Magaziner, BSP ’54

Jennifer K. Vennos, BSP ’92

Matthew L. Casciano, PharmD ’08

Jace Jones

Jerry A. Mason, BSP ’71

* Signifies donor for 15+ consecutive years ~ Signifies donor for 5-14 consecutive years

PharmD ’01

+ Signifies David Stewart Associates Founding Member = Signifies Deceased

PharmD ’14

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Gary H. Matthews Jr., PharmD ’98

Taylor R. Sibel, PharmD ’14

William M. Heller, MS

Lee H. Gradman, BSP

Michael V. McSwiggin, PharmD ’97

Lawrence P. Siegel, PharmD ’02~

Charles J. Kokoski, BSP

Bernard P. Heyman, BSP

Madeline McCarren, PhD ’83

Lore N. Singerman

Marvin S. Platt, BSP

Donald R. Young, BSP

Erin N. McCartin, PharmD ’12

Mark A. Singerman

Robert F. Royce, BSP

Donald E. McDonald, MS ’66

Todd H. Stephens, BSP ’93

James B. Walter Jr., BSP

Mark R. McDowell, BSP ’92

Fausat I. Sulaiman, PharmD ’01

Clifford L. McGraw, BSP ’82

Stephan Sylvan

Class of 1952

William T. Foley Jr., BSP

Lori A. Mears, BSP ’82

Xuan Tang Seepolmuang,

Carl Kaiser, MS

Michael B. Rodell, BSP

Rachel L. Melnick, PharmD ’11

Anthony J. Petralia Sr., BSP

George C. Voxakis, BSP

Stanley J. Merwitz, BSP ’54

Charles D. Taylor Jr., BSP ’67,

Lionel M. Shapiro, BSP

Pearl C. Walsh, BSP

Mary L. Meyer, PharmD ’94

Harris L. Miller, BSP ’65*

Ronald C. Telak, BSP ’67

Class of 1953

Philip B. Miller, BSP ‘71~

Sheryl E. Thedford, PharmD ’11

Andrew Bartilucci, PhD

Class of 1959

Beth Mills

Milton F. Toelle, BSP ’55~

Norman DuBois, BSP

Harry J. Brown, BSP

Jeanmarie A. Modresky,

Denise P. Toyer-McKan,

Paul Freiman, BSP

Allen S. Hanenbaum, BSP

PharmD ’06

PharmD ’10

Class of 1958 Clarence L. Anstine, BSP

PharmD ’00

Clayton L. Warrington, BSP

Carl Kaiser, BSP

Judith L. Kistler, MS

Thomas L. Morgan, BSP ’93

Allen R. Tran, PharmD ’11

PharmD ’98

Charles J. Kokoski, MS

Harry E. Macks, BSP

Deborah M. Mulhearn, PharmD ’95

Deanna Tran, PharmD ’11

Albert W. Kossler, MS

Herbert A. Sachs, BSP

Birdie K. Nguyen, PharmD ’13

Charles H. Tregoe, BSP ’59*

Tuong A. Nguyen, BSP ’82

Kimberly S. Updegraff, BSP ’91,

Class of 1954

Stefanie Nigro

Frederick Magaziner, BSP

Mark A. Noblett

Eriny S. Victor, PharmD ’04

Stanley J. Merwitz, BSP

Class of 1960

James F. Norris, BSP ’92

Lisa A. Vuolo

David M. Rombro, BSP

Ronald Goldner, BSP

Eric Oak, PharmD ’12

Pearl C. Walsh, BSP ’58

Irene L. Winters, BSP

Martin D. Grebow, BSP

Robin K. Oshiro

James T. Walter, BSP ’81, PhD ’86

Frances A. Owings, PharmD ’98

Louise T. Wang, PharmD ’08

Class of 1955

Lois T. Havranek, BSP

Honesty M. Peltier, PharmD ’05

Joan P. Williams, BSP ’70

Lawrence M. Abrams, BSP

Marta Hoffman, BSP

Andrew V. Phan, PharmD ’13

Jeremy L. Yap, PhD ’14

Noel E. Durm, BSP

Leonard Horwits, BSP

Dominique N. Phelps, BSP ’86

James D. Yeargain, BSP ’94

William M. Heller, PhD

Stonewall C. King Jr., BSP

Cristina V. Platon, BSP ’83~

Christian A. Zang

Robert R. Imbierowicz Sr.

Joseph H. Lerner, BSP

Mavis K. Prempeh, PharmD ’08

Vera Zejmis, PharmD ’02

Carl Kaiser, PhD

Larry A. Snyder, BSP

MS ’15

Lynne B. Pullen

Sorell L. Schwartz, BSP Charles H. Tregoe, BSP

Joseph Handelman, BSP

Joseph A. Kaiser, PhD

Gerald M. Rachanow, BSP ’65

DONORS BY CLASS YEAR

Melvin N. Rubin, BSP

Class of 1961

Kimberly Raines-Isler, PhD ’06

Class of 1948

David J. Seff, BSP

Louis Diamond, BSP

Sangeeta V. Raje, PhD ’02~

Gene G. Zepp, BSP

Milton F. Toelle, BSP

Elliott Greenblatt, BSP

Luann Orehek Reno, BSP ’89

Class of 1949

Class of 1956

The Roche Family

Jerome Schwartz, BSP

Alfred Abramson, BSP

Class of 1962

Curtis A. Bowen, BSP

Larry L. Augsburger, BSP

Dennis R. Reaver, BSP ’72

Irvin Yospa, BSP

John G. Roth, BSP ’78 Robert F. Royce, BSP ’51~

Class of 1950

Julian M. Friedman, BSP

Arnold L. Blaustein, BSP

Herbert A. Sachs, BSP ’59

Joseph A. Kaiser, BSP

Charles J. Kokoski, PhD

Lawrence H. Block, BSP

Steven M. Sadowski, BSP ’89

Robert K. Moler, BSP

Howard R. Schiff, BSP

Stephen J. Gandel, BSP

Mae Saleik, PharmD ’96

Stephen L. Lauer, BSP

Joseph J. Scalese III, BSP ’94

Class of 1951

Class of 1957

Walter P. Mackay, BSP

David J. Seff, BSP ’55~

Mary W. Connelly, BSP

James D. Edwards, BSP

Theodore J. Sophocleus, BSP

Lionel M. Shapiro, BSP ’52*

Neil E. Esterson, BSP

Donald B. Elliott, BSP

Nancy L. Taylor, BSP

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+ Signifies David Stewart Associates Founding Member = Signifies Deceased


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Class of 1963

Class of 1970

Class of 1975

Ira L. Fedder, BSP

Walter H. Abel, BSP

Dennis M. Ackerman, BSP

Monica A. Carter, BSP

J. Philip Fink, BSP

Ingrid R. Baramki, MS

Jack H. Freedman, BSP

Gregory P. Honshul, BSP

Frederick J. Mack, BSP

William H. Batt, BSP

David H. Jones, BSP

Edward T. McCagh Jr., BSP

Yale H. Caplan, BSP

Mark A. Levi, BSP

Aaron C. Kadish, BSP

Michael Luzuriaga, BSP

Class of 1976

Stephen C. Kloch, BSP

Thomas H. Keller Jr., BSP

Alan R. Stoff, BSP

Stephen P. Boykin, MS

Karen H. Nishi, BSP

Henry M. Levi, BSP

George W. Swope Jr., BSP

Lily Chua Eng, BSP

Larry E. Small, PhD

Joseph Pariser, BSP

Fred M. Weiss, BSP

George E. Groleau, BSP

Susan R. Sosnowik, BSP

James R. Ritchie, BSP

Joan P. Williams, BSP

Paul F. Jarosinski, BSP

Reid A. Zimmer, BSP

Richard L. Wynn, PhD

Miriam Kamanitz Hirsch, BSP

Class of 1981

Daniel F. Mackley, BSP

Janet M. Abramowitz, BSP

Class of 1964

Class of 1971

Phillip L. Marsiglia, BSP

Alan T. Bradford, BSP

Louis Diamond, MS

Marsha E. Alvarez, BSP

Glenda S. Owens, BSP

Mary-Therese Hewins, BSP

Richard L. Wynn, BSP

Herbert Gendason, BSP

Richard M. Schulz, BSP

Kathleen S. Kastama

Class of 1980

Jerry A. Mason, BSP

Christopher L. Shawyer, BSP

Jill Molofsky, BSP

Class of 1965

Philip B. Miller, BSP

Larry E. Small, MS

Brian L. Schumer, BSP

Larry L. Augsburger, MS

Angelo C. Voxakis, BSP

Kenneth P. Whittemore Jr., BSP

Craig K. Svensson, PharmD

Robert P. Brauner, BSP

James T. Walter, BSP

Suzanne J. Caplan, BSP

Class of 1972

Class of 1977

Harris L. Miller, BSP

Harriette L. Bannister, BSP

Marian L. Cascio, BSP

Class of 1982

Martin B. Mintz, BSP

Thomas S. Brenner, BSP

Philip D. Chaikin, PharmD

Barbara B. Bedell, BSP

Gerald M. Rachanow, BSP

Philip D. Chaikin, BSP

Leslie D. Frank, BSP

James M. Crable, BSP

James M. Hill, BSP

Sharon M. Green, BSP

Leslie D. Frank, PhD

Class of 1966

Michael E. Jones, BSP

Wendy Klein-Schwartz, PharmD

Stephen S. Friedman, BSP

Barry L. Bloom, BSP

Dennis R. Reaver, BSP

Raymond C. Love, PharmD

Steven P. George, BSP

Denise Lupo Lutz, BSP

Clifford L. McGraw, BSP

Judith Wenzel Smith, BSP

Lori A. Mears, BSP

Michael J. Cohen, BSP Melvin Lessing, BSP

Class of 1973

Donald E. McDonald, MS

Lawrence Aiken, BSP

Francis J. Tinney, PhD

Stephen P. Boykin, BSP

Class of 1978

Tuong A. Nguyen, BSP

David A. Custer, BSP

Stephen J. Allen, MS

Charlene S. Sampson, BSP

Class of 1967

Hedy J. Cylus Gleiman, BSP

Howard K. Besner, BSP

Mark J. Schocken, PhD

Larry L. Augsburger, PhD

Charles R. Downs, BSP

Elaine L. Brogan, BSP

J. Bradley Thomas, BSP

Alvin M. Blitz, BSP

Barry D. Hecht, BSP

Ronald E. Lay, BSP

Lawrence H. Block, MS

James P. Tristani, BSP

Colleen C. Lehmann, BSP

Class of 1983

Stephen L. Buckner, BSP

Ellen H. Yankellow, BSP

Bonnie Levin, BSP

Terry L. Davis, BSP

John G. Roth, BSP

Theodore J. Evans, BSP

Louis Diamond, PhD

Janet L. Mighty, BSP

Charles D. Taylor Jr., BSP

Class of 1974

Jeffrey B. Sherr, BSP

Donald J. Glenn, BSP

Ronald C. Telak, BSP

Sherry N. Berlin, BSP

Joanne H. Sherr, BSP

Mary Therese Gyi, BSP

Florence F. K. Gee, BSP

Charles H. Steg Jr., BSP

Karen M. Kabat, MS

Class of 1968

Walter J. Hryszko, BSP

Lane P. Zangwill, BSP

Charise S. Kasser, BSP

Robert W. Adams, BSP

Louise Q. Leach, BSP

Yale H. Caplan, PhD

Robert J. Martin Jr., BSP

Class of 1979

Madeline McCarren, PhD

Cynthia L. Kisamore, BSP

Leonard N. Patras, BSP

Vahram Bedrossian, BSP

Cristina V. Platon, BSP

Class of 1969

Philip M. Perry, BSP

John E. Braaten, BSP

Gaytrice K. Rucker, BSP

Lawrence H. Block, PhD

Bonnie L. Pitt, BSP

Barry M. Bress, BSP

Molrat Sripinyo, BSP

Julie E. Limric, BSP

Thomas S. Shelor, BSP

David D. Christ, BSP

Hawyee T. Yan, BSP

Donald W. Taylor, BSP

William V. Zappa, BSP

Mary Eckert DeLuca, BSP

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Class of 1984

Luann Orehek Reno, BSP

Calvin H. Knowlton, PhD

Michael V. McSwiggin, PharmD

Robin L. Becker, BSP

Steven M. Sadowski, BSP

Ivy I. Laryea-Akogyeram, BSP

Gina Patrice McKnight-Smith,

Mary-Therese Hewins, MS

James R. Salmons, BSP

Jung E. Lee, BSP

PharmD

Christopher G. Kruft, BSP

Andrea B. Weiss, BSP

Ann K. Miller, PhD

Gisele M. Sidbury, PharmD

David W. Miller, PhD

JoAnn M. Spearmon, PharmD

Julia A. Lauless, BSP Matthew G. Shimoda, PharmD

Class of 1990

Thomas L. Morgan, BSP

LC Dorcas A. Taylor, PharmD

Suzanne K. Simala, BSP

Isabel Almeida-Chiat, BSP

Kathleen M. Phelan, BSP

Rodney H. Taylor, PharmD

Randy S. Chiat, BSP

Shelby D. Reed, BSP

Class of 1985

Matthew R. Esslinger, BSP

Todd H. Stephens, BSP

Class of 1998

James B. Caldwell, PharmD

Pankaj B. Gala, PhD

Abigail M. Strawberry, BSP

Thomas J. Biles, PharmD

Thomas J. Pfaff, BSP

April L. Hudson, BSP

Michelle M. Ceng, PharmD

Hee S. Kim, BSP

Class of 1994

Harold Chappelear, LLD (Hon) ’98

Class of 1986

Capt. Paul J. Na, BSP

James G. Beckham Jr., BSP

Terry L. Davis, PharmD

William P. Beierschmitt, PhD

Stanley A. Pyles, BSP

Kimberly A. Compton, BSP

Patrick Y. Kamara, PharmD

Brian J. Goetz, PharmD

Jonathan N. Latham, PharmD

Bryan Lim, BSP Wanda T. Maldonado, PharmD

Class of 1991

Julie S. Johnson, BSP

Aliya Mansoor, PharmD

Mary Lynn McPherson, PharmD

Steven M. Beres, BSP

Mary L. Meyer, PharmD

Gary H. Matthews Jr., PharmD

Dominique N. Phelps, BSP

Susan M. Evans, BSP

Joseph J. Scalese III, BSP

Frances A. Owings, PharmD

Keith S. Pozanek, BSP

Gayle C. Howell, BSP

James D. Yeargain, BSP

Robin L. Paluskievicz, PharmD

Frances Spaven, PhD

Kimberly S. Updegraff, BSP

Lisa N. Pitt, PharmD Class of 1995

Kellie S. Stonesifer, PharmD

Class of 1992

Bethany A. DiPaula, PharmD

Denise P. Toyer-McKan, PharmD

Freddy E. Banks, BSP

Zehra F. Hasan, BSP

David M. Yoder, PharmD

Class of 1987

Nicholas Cornias, BSP

Treacy Krisztinicz, PharmD

William M. Heller, DSc

John W. Cropp, PhD

Deborah M. Mulhearn, PharmD

Class of 1999

Forest S. Howell, BSP

Sarah Kang-Pak, BSP

Gloria J. Nichols-English, PhD

Abimbola O. Adebowale, PhD

Vicki M. Joshua, BSP

Nelson E. Kline, BSP

Angela M. Parker, BSP

Alvin H. Burwell, PharmD

Cynthia L. Lacivita, PharmD

Lisa C. LeGette, BSP

Monica L. White, PharmD

Charles R. Downs, PharmD

Thomas P. LaMartina, BSP

DeAnna D. Leikach, BSP

Steven J. Miller, MS

Neil B. Leikach, BSP

Class of 1996

Patrick C. Enekwe, PharmD

Mona L. Tsoukleris, PharmD

Mark R. McDowell, BSP

Marsha E. Alvarez, PharmD

Lisa M. Johnson-Pope, PharmD

Donna E. VanWie, BSP

James F. Norris, BSP

Deborah A. Blamble, PharmD

Sonia S. Kim, PharmD

Anna Palka, BSP

Nancy A. Edgeworth, PharmD

Julie A. Kreyenbuhl, PhD

Class of 1988

Kara J. Sink, BSP

Timothy D. Gladwell, PharmD

Shelby D. Reed, PhD

Phyllis A. Bernard, BSP

Wanida Surichamorn, PhD

Sovitj Pou, PharmD

Christine Hemler Smith, PharmD

Catherine L. Cioffi, PhD

Jennifer K. Vennos, BSP

Mae Saleik, PharmD

Fran Favin-Weiskopf, PharmD

Jia-Bei Wang, PhD

George C. Voxakis, PharmD

Class of 2000

Anthony K. Wutoh, PhD

Jason F. Chancey, PharmD

Ellen H. Yankellow, PharmD

Katherine M. Coyle, PharmD

James T. Walter, PhD Loreen A. Wutoh, BSP

Susan A. Katz, BSP

Michelle L. Eby, PharmD

Lisa M. Matson, BSP

Class of 1993

Nina H. Spiller, PharmD

Lilian T. Alade, PharmD

Wayne D. VanWie, BSP

Hector T. Ayu, BSP

Class of 1997

Jennifer L. Evans, PharmD

Deborah J. Ehart, PharmD

Dianne Borghese, BSP

Charles R. Bonapace, PharmD

Suneel Kudaravalli, PharmD

Class of 1989

Jill R. Fetter, BSP

Nicole J. Brandt, PharmD

Kaysha R. Lancaster, PharmD

Natalie D. Eddington, PhD

Diana P. Henzel, BSP

Capt. James L. Bresette, PharmD

Cherokee L. Layson-Wolf,

Hyung J. Na, BSP

Alice H. Hill, PharmD

Brett L. Dabruzzo, PharmD

PharmD

Barbara B. Nussbaum, BSP

Nigel Roger Isaacs, PharmD

Anthony A. Guerra, PharmD

Daniel Z. Mansour, PharmD

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

James R. Salmons, PharmD

Sharon K. Park, PharmD

Class of 2010

Jane J. Kim, PharmD

Charles H. Steg Jr., PharmD

Noha N. Salama, PhD

Jason D. Kinyon, PharmD

Kyung M. Koo, PharmD

Michael J. Steinberg, PharmD

Eriny S. Victor, PharmD

Vikas Moolchandani, PhD

Richard F. Korecky, PharmD

Charles D. Taylor Jr., PharmD William Yeboah, PharmD

Leah C. Sera, PharmD

Kimberlie S. Little, PharmD

Class of 2005

Xuan Tang Seepolmuang,

Kimberly S. Updegraff, MS

Kelli J. Bankard, PharmD

PharmD

Class of 2001

Felicia U. Edoga, PharmD

Asome Bide, PharmD

Hemavathi M. Gowda, PharmD

Class of 2011

Dianna L. Campbell, PharmD

Kevin M. Carl, PharmD

Kristine Rapan Parbuoni,

Tatiana Claro da Silva, PhD

Hazem E. Hassan Abdel

Daniel A. Farney, PharmD

PharmD

Alicia M. Gronseth, PharmD

Matthew L. Fedowitz, PharmD

Honesty M. Peltier, PharmD

Rachel L. Melnick, PharmD

Violet E. Igwacho, PharmD

Xingyue Huang, PhD

Hoai-An Truong, PharmD

Sheryl E. Thedford, PharmD

Dianna N. Kenner-Staves,

Allen R. Tran, PharmD

PharmD

Deanna Tran, PharmD

Stephanie Smisko, PharmD

Paul F. Jarosinski, PharmD

Class of 2016

Hamid, MS

Kan Chan Ku, PharmD

Class of 2006

Theresa M. Langeheine, PharmD

Mary Therese Gyi, PharmD

Sanjay V. Merchant, PhD

Brian M. Hose, PharmD

Class of 2012

GIVING BY CORPORATIONS

Lois A. Reynolds, PharmD

Helen Hsiao, PharmD

Carla Cobbs, PharmD

AND FOUNDATIONS

Kun Shen, PharmD

Ping Jin, PhD

Erin N. McCartin, PharmD

Fausat I. Sulaiman, PharmD

Shadi S. Madieh, PhD

Eric Oak, PharmD

Patrons

Bay-Mao B. Wu, PharmD

Daniel Z. Mansour, PharmD

Jesus Czarlite S. Ricasa, PharmD

$100,000 +

Jeanmarie A. Modresky, PharmD

Peter M. Thai, PharmD

Cardinal Health Foundation

Class of 2002

Kimberly Raines-Isler, PhD

Alice A. Williams, PharmD

Certara, L.P.

Howard K. Besner, PharmD

Edward A. Taylor, PharmD

Jennifer W. Childress, PharmD

Jessica T. Walker, PharmD

Class of 2013

PhRMA Foundation

Adam A. Dinerman, PhD

Thomas G. Williams Jr., PharmD

Damilola F. Alade, PharmD

Renaissance Charitable

Agnes B. Ekiko, PharmD

PCORI

Hansong Chen, PharmD

Pamela S. Ford, PharmD

Class of 2007

Andrew D. Haines, PharmD

Springer Science + Business

Sharon M. Green, PharmD

Hazem E. Hassan Abdel

Birdie K. Nguyen, PharmD

Gloria S. Grice, PharmD

Andrew V. Phan, PharmD

Yvonne K. Molotsi, PharmD

Daniel C. Lyons, PharmD

Sangeeta V. Raje, PhD

Ahmed A. Othman, PhD

Hamid, PhD

Tye D. Souders, PharmD

Media LLC-NJ

Benefactors $50,000-$99,999

Class of 2014

Lawrence P. Siegel, PharmD

Foundation, Inc.

Procter & Gamble

Simu K. Thomas, PhD

Class of 2008

Ofuje D. Daniyan, PharmD

Vera Zejmis, PharmD

Jennifer L. Bailey, PharmD

John P. Dolan, PharmD

Associates

Matthew L. Casciano, PharmD

Carla D. Lefebvre, PharmD

$25,000-$49,999

Class of 2003

Vandana R. Gupta, PharmD

Bonnie X. Li-MacDonald,

Pharmaceutical Research

Yi Gao-Roberts, PharmD

Kathleen Klemm, PharmD

PharmD

and Manufacturers of

Lawrence J. Kotey, PharmD

Mavis K. Prempeh, PharmD

Kang Lin, PharmD

America

Emmanuel A. Mbi, PharmD

Louise T. Wang, PharmD

Taylor R. Sibel, PharmD

Carolyn Petralia, PharmD Class of 2009

April G. Thomas, PharmD

Affiliates

Jeremy L Yap, PhD

$10,000-$24,999

Class of 2004

Dongyi Du, PhD

Agnes T. Berki, PhD

Naissan Hussainzada, PharmD

Class of 2015

American Chemical Society

Carrie R. Kitzmiller, PharmD

Louis M. Jones, PharmD

Christine Ford, MS

American Foundation for

Yoo-Jin Lee, PharmD

Kinjal A. Patel, PharmD

Aliaksandr Hrytsyshyn, PharmD

Beatrice A. Kallungal, MS

ASHP Foundation

Kelly S. Park, PharmD

Ajou University

Pharmaceutical Education

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Eli Lilly and Co.

Contributors Up To $999

Gifts of Tribute

GlaxoSmithKline

AB&J RX Corp.

The School of Pharmacy

National Pharmaceutical

Ahold Financial Services

received the following gifts

Council

The Annapolitan Shop, Inc.

of tribute for the individuals

Rite Aid Corp.

AZO Fraternity Kappa

listed below:

Takeda Pharmaceuticals

Chapter

In Honor Of:

U.S.A., Inc.

Brookneal Drug Co.

Alfred Abramson, BSP

Walgreens

CARE Pharmacies

Harold Chappelear, LLD

Catonsville Pharmacy, LLC

(Hon)

Sponsors

CNA Foundation

Natalie D. Eddington, PhD

$1,000-$9,999

EPIC Pharmacies, Inc.

Patrick C. Enekwe, PharmD

AbbVie, Inc.

Good Shepherd Preschool

Kevin F. McCarthy, BSP

AdvaMed

Gordon/Shaughnessy Fund

Albertsons

Harold L. Frank, DDS PC

In Memory Of:

Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

Johnson Family Pharmacy

Yvette A. Beakes, PharmD

Correct Rx Pharmacy

Maryland Pharmacists

James P. Cragg Jr., BSP

Services, Inc.

Association

Donald O. Fedder, DrPH,

CVS Charitable Trust, Inc.

Mylan Institute of Pharmacy

BSP

Equashield, LLC

Network for Good

Mayer Handelman, BSP

Exxon Mobil Foundation

Novartis Matching Gift

Daniel B. Harris

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Center

Sandra Horowitz

Fink’s Pharmacy

The Pfizer Foundation, Inc.

Norman Levin

FLAVORx

Silicon Valley Community

Megan T. Pulleyn, PharmD

Hereford Pharmacy, Inc

Foundation

Ralph Quarles Sr.

International Society for

SNC Partners LLC

Arthur Schwartz, BSP, PhD

Pharmacoeconomics &

UMSOP Class of 2019

Sally Van Doren, PharmD

Outcomes Research

Wedgewood Club

Thomas G. Williams Sr.,

Johnson & Johnson Family

PharmD

of Cos. Morgan State University National University of Singapore Northern Pharmacy & Medical Equipment PharmCon, Inc. Sharpsburg Pharmacy SilcsBio, LLC SuperValu UPS Foundation, Inc.

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