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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, BCACP, FAPhA Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and Assessment Lisa Lebovitz, JD Assistant Dean for Communications and Marketing Rebecca Ceraul Assistant Dean for Experiential Learning Agnes Ann Feemster, PharmD, BCPS Assistant Dean for Information Technology Tim Munn 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 Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Jill Morgan, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS

CENTERS

Bio- and Nano-techology Center Bruce Yu, PhD, Director 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 Maryland Poison Center Bruce D. Anderson, PharmD, Director

BOARD OF VISITORS

Stephen J. Allen, RPh, MS ’78, FASHP, Chair Former CEO, American Society of HealthSystem Pharmacists Foundation Barbara M. Alving, MD, MACP Professor of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Research Professor, University of Maryland School of Public Health John Banta, MBA Executive Director, BlueCross BlueShield Association Managing Director, BlueCross BlueShield Venture Partners Harold E. Chappelear, DSC ’98, RPh, LLD (Hon.) Principal, InternaSource, LLC Victoria G. Hale, BSP ’83, PhD Founder & Former CEO OneWorld Health Medicines360 Gina McKnight-Smith, PharmD ’97, MBA, CGP, BCPS Regional (Mid-Atlantic) Medical Outcomes Science Liaison AbbVie, Inc.

Mass Spectrometry Center Maureen Kane, PhD, Executive Director

Thomas E. Menighan, BSPharm, MBA, FAPhA Executive Vice President and CEO American Pharmacists Association

Mental Health Program Raymond Love, PharmD, Director

David W. Miller, PhD ’93 Operating Partner, GHO Capital Ltd.

Metallotherapeutics Research Center Sarah Michel, PhD, Co-director Angela Wilks, PhD, Co-director

Jane Shaab, MBA Senior Vice President and Executive Director, University of Maryland BioPark Assistant Vice President for Economic Development, University of Maryland, Baltimore

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

Jermaine Smith, RPh Senior Director, Legislative and Regulatory Affairs 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, William Cooper, Greer Griffith, Cherokee Layson-Wolf, Lisa Lebovitz, and LiYi Wu


KEY FACTS

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

FACULTY

868

85

Full-time faculty

Total enrollment all degree programs

64

Affiliate faculty

PHARMD PROGRAM

748

Preceptor faculty

626

Total enrollment

Fall 2017 admission

STAFF

868

Total applicants

72

Administrative, business, development and alumni

151

Entering class

affairs, experiential learning, human resources,

17.4%

Acceptance rate

communications and marketing, student affairs,

81.1%

With undergraduate degree or higher

and faculty support

3.42

Average incoming GPA

78.3%

Average PCAT composite percentile rank

224

Technical, research staff, postdoctoral fellows,

and teaching assistants

Ethnicity across all four years: 39% Asian

SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

30% Caucasian

134

Principal investigators

18% African-American

364

Refereed works published (authored or co-authored)

5% International

120

Non-refereed works published (authored or

4% Hispanic

co-authored)

2% Multi-ethnic

569

1%

Papers presented at professional meetings

No response

Number may not total 100 percent due to rounding

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Review panels (off-campus peer review panels and

PHD PROGRAMS

accreditation and certification teams)

86

2,205

Manuscripts read/reviewed for professional journals,

conferences, and publishers

Department of Pharmaceutical Health

78

Editors/associate editors for professional journals

Services Research

82

Officeholders of professional associations

25 Students

202

Total days in public service (non-consulting role with

K-12 schools and community colleges, government

agencies, nonprofit organizations, or businesses)

Total enrollment

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences 61 Students MASTER’S PROGRAMS 156

Total enrollment

Pharmaceutical Health Services Research 2

Students

Palliative Care 59

Students

Pharmacometrics 42

Students

Regulatory Science 53

Students

PLACEMENT/EMPLOYMENT Job Placements for the PharmD Class of 2017 Data is based on a survey voluntarily completed by graduating students in May.

158

Total Number of Graduates

49

Community Pharmacy

45

PGY1 Residency Match from ASHP

29

No Job by Graduation Date

11

Did Not Respond to Employment Survey

9

Other (Industry, PHS, etc.)

8

Hospital Pharmacy

6

Fellowship

1

Non-Pharmacy Employment

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FINANCIALS

SOURCES OF OPERATING REVENUES SUPPORTING THE SCHOOL This report is an unaudited presentation of revenues supporting the School. Gifts $1,354,592

FISCAL YEAR 2016-2017 Total Source of Funds $64,974,543

Grant and Contract Awards and Designated Research Initiative Funds $29,404,062

Net General Appropriation and Tuition and Fees $28,978,016

Auxiliary and Misc. $3,238,792 Federal Funds $367,316

FISCAL YEAR 2015-2016

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Endowments $1,631,764

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

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


NEW FACULTY

Cynthia Boyle, PharmD ’96, FAPhA Professor Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Boyle earned her Bachelor of Science in pharmacy from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. During her career, she has practiced in community, health system, and consultant pharmacy settings. Prior to rejoining the School of Pharmacy in 2017, Boyle served as chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration at the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, where she also was interim dean from 2014 to 2015. Until 2011, Boyle was the executive director of the Experiential Learning Program and an associate professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. She is a leader in pharmacy education, a past president of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and the Maryland Pharmacists Association, which honored her with its Seidman Distinguished Achievement and Bowl of Hygeia awards. Boyle also was recognized with the Maryland Society of Health-System Pharmacy’s W. Arthur Purdum Award for influential leadership. She received the American Pharmacists Association Good Government Pharmacist of the Year and Daniel B. Smith awards and twice received the Phi Lambda Sigma National Leadership Award. Boyle has taught a course on effective leadership and advocacy for almost two decades and has mentored faculty at other schools to develop similar courses.

Wendy Camelo-Castillo, MD, MSc, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research Camelo-Castillo trained as a physician at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, where she also obtained an MSc degree in physiology. Her PhD training in epidemiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill focused on pharmacoepidemiology, after which she joined the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy as a postdoctoral fellow in patient-centered outcomes and comparative effectiveness research. Her research focuses on improving methods to assess effectiveness of treatments in the context of multimorbidity, and the development and implementation of patient-centered methods to address health

disparities in minority communities. Her research integrates methods in pharmacoepidemiology and patient preferences to develop evidence for populations in whom best practices of care are limited, such as women, youth, and minority communities. Camelo-Castillo’s goal is to inform and improve clinical and policy decision-making by providing evidence of benefits or harm of interventions used in real-world settings in these populations. She brings an innovative approach into this work by integrating the patient perspective into pharmacoepidemiology and health services research.

Megan Ehret, PharmD, MS, BCPP Associate Professor Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Ehret completed her Bachelor of Science and PharmD degrees from the University of Toledo. She then completed a residency in psychiatric pharmacotherapy at the Louis Stokes Veterans Affairs Medical Center, after which she completed a fellowship in psychopharmacology and pharmacogenomics at Nova Southeastern University. After training, she joined the faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy and gained tenure during her time there. While at the University of Connecticut, Ehret served as vice chair of the Institutional Review Board, director of practices for the Center for Correctional Health Networks, and as a faculty member for Project ECHO: Buprenorphine. Ehret also received a master’s in clinical and translational research from the University of Connecticut Health Center and is a board-certified psychiatric pharmacist. Most recently, Ehret has practiced at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital as its behavioral health clinical pharmacy specialist. She has experience in treating the spectrum of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Additionally, she is president of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists and serves as senior editor for its Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Review Course. Her research interests include precision medicine, including utilization of guideline-based treatment and pharmacogenomics, utilization of long-acting injectables, psychotropic medication adherence, and the role of the psychiatric pharmacist on the treatment team.

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Stormi Gale, PharmD, BCPS Assistant Professor Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Gale obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy from Wingate University in North Carolina. She completed a pharmacy practice residency at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center in Charlotte, N.C., and a cardiology specialty residency at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. She is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist and serves as a cardiology pharmacy specialist on the advanced heart failure service at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Gale’s practice and research interests include management of advanced heart failure, cardiovascular risk reduction, and interprofessional education. She is a member of the School of Pharmacy’s Applied Therapeutics, Research, and Instruction at the University of Maryland (ATRIUM) collaborative, which focuses on the advancement of care provided to patients with cardiovascular disease.

Lisa Jones, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Jones received a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Syracuse University and a PhD in chemistry from Georgia State University. She did her postdoctoral training in the Department of Microbiology at the University of Alabama-Birmingham and then moved to a second postdoctoral position in the Department of Chemistry at Washington University in St. Louis. Jones’ research program focuses on the development of novel protein footprinting methods coupled with mass spectrometry to study protein structure. She is especially interested in using these methods to study protein structure directly in cells and in an animal model for human disease to provide a detailed view of protein interactions in their native biological environment. Jones is a member of several organizations including the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS), the American Chemical Society, and the Biophysical Society. In addition, she is the treasurer for the Biophysical Society Molecular Biophysics subgroup and is a member of the ASMS Diversity Committee. She is currently serving as a member of the Editorial

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Advisory Board for the Journal of Proteome Research. Jones was the recipient of the International Association for Protein Structure Analysis and Proteomics 2017 Distinguished Young Investigator Award and is co-director of the Meyerhoff Graduate Program.

Marc Taraban, PhD, MS Research Assistant Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Taraban received a master’s in science in physical chemistry from Novosibirsk State University and a PhD in chemical physics from the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Chemical Kinetics & Combustion. His pioneering research in the Laboratory of Magnetic Phenomena used methods of chemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization to observe organometallic intermediate species and magnetic field effects on enzymatic reactions for the first time. As a visiting assistant professor at the University of Utah, Taraban continued his research on mechanisms of enzymatic processes using spin chemistry techniques and expanded his focus to structural determination of biomacromolecules and polymers using small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS). At the University of Maryland, College Park, he created new force-sensitive nano-networks from soft and wet viscoelastic materials assembled from peptides and other biopolymers to construct injectable and biodegradable mechanosensors and drug release matrices to aid the repair and rehabilitation of damaged musculoskeletal tissues. His current research investigates the water relaxation rate as a probe for noninvasive characterization of biopharmaceuticals. More generally, Taraban is interested in applications of modern biophysical and structural biology methods (e.g., dynamic light scattering, microflow imaging, SAXS and small-angle neutron scattering) to study the structural characteristics and conformational dynamics in biopolymers, molecular assemblies, and dendrimers. He holds an issued patent for noninvasive analytical technologies.


NEW FACULTY

Erin VanMeter, PharmD, BCACP Assistant Professor Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science VanMeter received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the Shenandoah University Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy. She completed a postgraduate year one pharmacy practice residency at the Martinsburg (W.Va.) Veterans Affairs Hospital and a PGY2 ambulatory care residency at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center. After completion of her residency, VanMeter took a position with the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, where she worked in an anticoagulation clinic and implemented clinical ambulatory care pharmacy services in a physician-owned primary care group. She joined the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy in October 2017. VanMeter practices as an ambulatory care clinical pharmacy specialist at multiple Johns Hopkins community physician sites in the greater Washington region and the Interprofessoinal Care Transitions Clinic at the University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center. Her research interests include clinical outcomes in chronic disease management, practicebased research, patient counseling and education, vulnerable populations, and interprofessional education.

Ester Villalonga-Olives, PhD, MsC, BsC Assistant Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research Villalonga-Olives is a social epidemiologist who holds a PhD in biomedicine. She completed BsC and MsC degrees in sociology and health at the University of Barcelona and received a PhD with international doctor distinction from Universitat Pompeu Fabra. During her PhD studies, she received an award from the Spanish Society of Epidemiology to study at the European Epidemiology Program in Florence, Italy, and performed on-site public health interventions serving non-governmental organizations in India and Cuba. Villalonga-Olives has been a research scientist in the Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology at the University Medical Center of the Georg-August-University of Gottingen in Germany. She served as a teaching and research fellow at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she is a visiting scientist, and has been a guest lecturer at

Yale School of Public Health. She is the past president of European Young Epidemiologists (2010-2014), a previous European delegate of the Early Career Epidemiologists worldwide group, and a member of the International Epidemiology Association board. Villalonga-Olives’ research interests are related to the study of the social determinants of health, with an emphasis on social capital and health inequalities and a focus on the design of health interventions. She is a psychometrician and works with patient reported outcomes — especially health-related quality of life. Her work is centered on the investigation of the relationship between social capital and health-related quality of life with a focus on underserved and vulnerable populations such as immigrants and children. The techniques that she has used include mixed methods, structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, and Rasch analysis. In 2008 and 2013, she received an Award of Excellence from the International Society for Quality of Life Research in recognition of superior achievements for her work related to health-related quality of life. In 2016, she received an Award of Excellence for the best methodological paper published in Gac Sanit for her work related to the measurement of social capital. In 2018, she was nominated as outstanding reviewer for the journal Health & Place and served as an academic guest editor for Plos One.

Wenbo Yu, PhD Research Assistant Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Yu received a PhD in physics from the National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale (Hefei) in China. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, where he later joined the department as a research assistant professor. Yu has more than 15 years experience in the field of computational chemistry. His research focuses on the development and application of computational methods to study protein-protein and protein-small molecule complex systems, their conformational changes, interaction profiles, and thermodynamic properties. Yu collaborates with experimentalists on the study of new therapeutic targets, improving drug performances and exploring structural level behaviors of drugs and macromolecules using computer-aided drug design approaches. He has joint appointments as a fellow at the Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research and as a member of the Center of Biomolecular Therapeutics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS |

July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH (PHSR) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

RANK/TITLE

PROJECT TITLE

SPONSOR NAME

Assistant Professor

Secondment Agreement

BMJ Publishing Group Limited, Inc. $90,000

Susan dosReis Professor

Methods for Prioritizing Surrogate Desired Health Outcomes for Patients

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

$35,364

Susan dosReis Professor

Psychotropic Monitoring in Maryland State Foster Care

Maryland Department of Human Services

$89,675

Priyanka Gaitonde Graduate Student

Adherence and Persistence to Disease Modifying Antirheumatic Drugs and its Effect on Health Care Cost Among Older Medicare Beneficiaries with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America

$25,000

Anna Hung Graduate Student

Budget Impact of Antidiabetic Formulary Changes

Agency for Healthcare Research $59,386 and Quality

Tabassum Majid Postdoctoral Fellow

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

Kristin Maloney

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

$7,643

Jacqueline Milani

Device Exposure Registry

Ocular Theraputix, Inc.

$59,612

Jacqueline Milani Director Office of Prevention Database Management and Technical Analytic Support

Maryland Department of Health

$163,869

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

Mapping and Resourcing Patient and Stakeholder Engagement Along 10-Step PCOR Continuum Framework

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

$423,401

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement Agency for Healthcare Research $795,015 in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS and Quality

Peter Doshi

Director

PROJECT TOTAL

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair Merck/UMB SOP HEOR Fellowship Merck & Co Inc. $105,618 C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair Integration of Cancer Health Activities University of Maryland, $301,127 into African-American Churches College Park C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair 42

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Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Scientific and Lay Training

Westat Inc.

$732,654

Increasing Patient-Community Capacity to Engage on Quality of Health Care Research and Programs

National Health Council

$12,500


GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

Patient Reported Outcomes Performance Measurement

PatientsLikeMe Inc.

$44,033

C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair C. Daniel Mullins Professor and Chair

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

University of Pennsylvania

$104,385

Co-Developing Sustainable Learning Health Care Communities Using CBPR

Merck & Co Inc.

$249,998

Elisabeth Oehrlein Graduate Student Elisabeth Oehrlein Graduate Student Ebere Onukwugha Associate Professor

Gender Disparities in Atrial Fibrillation Treatment

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America

$25,000

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

Bayer Health Care Pharmaceuticals

Ebere Onukwugha Associate Professor

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS

Agency for Healthcare Research $101,078 and Quality

Ebere Onukwugha Associate Professor

Clinical and Economic Burden of Illness and Natural History Study in the U.S. Medicare Parkinson's Disease Population

Pfizer Inc.

$531,790

Eleanor Perfetto

Collaborative Research Project

OptumLabs Inc.

$235,000

Eleanor Perfetto Professor Paul Sacco

Atrial Fibrillation Risk-Stratification Tools: Improving Patient Centeredness and Precision

Pfizer Inc.

$62,599

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS

Agency for Healthcare Research $4,242 and Quality

Fadia Shaya Professor

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

Maryland Department of Health

$403,355

Fadia Shaya Professor

Strategic Prevention Framework — Partnerships for Success Continuation

Maryland Department of Health

$215,000

Fadia Shaya Professor

Evaluation and Technical Assistance Services for the Maryland Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Prevention Program FY17

Maryland Department of Health

$315,681

Professor

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement Agency for Healthcare Research $7,675 in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS and Quality $150,393

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Linda Simoni-Wastila Parke-Davis Chair of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy

Novartis HEOR Fellowship

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp.

$267,059

Linda Simoni-Wastila

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Maryland Department of Health

$30,003

Parke-Davis Chair of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy

Linda Simoni-Wastila Parke-Davis Chair Statewide Epidemiological Outcomes Maryland Department of Health of Geriatric Workgroup Pharmacotherapy Julia Slejko Assistant Professor SEER-Medicare Study of Health Takeda Global Research & Outcomes and Economics: Development Center Multiple Myeloma

$210,232

Bruce Stuart Professor Emeritus NACDS-MTM and Medication Adherence National Association of Chain Drug Stores

$59,302

Sarah Tom Assistant Professor

Early Life Environment and Late Life Dementia Risk

National Institute on Aging

$240,237

Ester Villalonga-Olives Assistant Professor

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS

Agency for Healthcare Research $15,120 and Quality

PHSR Total

$218,815

$6,399,536

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

$2,768,745

Bruce Anderson Professor

Poison Center Support and Enhancement

Health Resources and Services Administration

$211,443

Bruce Anderson

Combe After Hours Support

Combe Inc.

$99,943

Bruce Anderson Professor Bruce Anderson Professor

Denver Health and Hospital Authority (Radars)

Denver Health and Hospital Authority

$27,798

Denver Health and Hospital Authority DHHA 2017 WO #31, 32, 33 (031148D)

Denver Health and Hospital Authority

$27,798

Nicole Brandt Professor

MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital Service Agreement

Good Samaritan Hospital

$29,933

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS

Nicole Brandt Professor

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

$47,730

Catherine Cooke

Research Associate Professor

Fill Status Notification to Improve Hypertension Management

Maryland Department of Health

$50,000

Catherine Cooke

Research Associate Professor

PATIENTS: PATient-centered Involvement in Evaluating effectiveNess of TreatmentS

Agency for Healthcare Research $7,675 and Quality

Bethany DiPaula Professor

FY17 Springfield Hospital Center - Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

Natalie Eddington Professor and Dean

Memorandum of Understanding - Prince George's Hospital Center and University of Maryland, Baltimore

Dimensions Health Prince George's $458,622 Hospital Center

Agnes Ann Feemster Assistant Professor

Memorandum of Understanding - Johns Hopkins Hospital Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Pharmacy and UMB School of Pharmacy

$40,999

Joga Gobburu Professor

Development of Quantitative Translational Johnson & Johnson Medicine Decision Kit for RA Disease

$40,575

Joga Gobburu Professor

Long-Term Modeling and Simulation Support for Wockhardt Projects

Wockhardt Ltd.

$500,000

Joga Gobburu

DMPA Modeling and Simulation Project

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

$55,500

Joga Gobburu Professor

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

Food & Drug Administration

$ 201,705

Joga Gobburu Professor

Pharmacometric Modeling and Simulation for a Generic Drug Substitutability Evaluation and Post-Marketing Risk Assessment

Food & Drug Administration

$201,705

Joga Gobburu

Professor

Exposure-Efficacy Analysis and Report

Indivior Inc.

$60,000

Joga Gobburu

Professor

Task Order 9

Wockhardt Ltd.

$25,000

Joga Gobburu

Professor

Task Order 8

Wockhardt Ltd.

$25,000

Projecting Buprenorphine Drug-Drug Interaction Potential

Braeburn Pharmaceuticals

$30,000

Professor

Joga Gobburu Professor

Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program

$1,409,966

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Jeffrey Gonzales Associate Professor

Vancomycin Pharmacokinetics/ Pharmacodynamics in Obese Patients with Sepsis

American College of Clinical Pharmacy

$4,725

Mathangi Gopalakrishnan

Research Assistant Professor

DRL-Celecoxib - Initial Pediatric Study Plan

Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd

$65,000

Emily Heil Assistant Professor

Cost-Effectiveness of Penicillin Testing Services

ALK Inc.

$60,000

Lauren Hynicka

Associate Professor

Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Review Program Maryland Department of Health

$288,944

Vijay Ivaturi

Research Assistant Professor

Pharmacometric Support for a Neuro- Oncology Drug Development Program

Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc.

$100,000

A Comparison of Buprenorphine Vs. Morphine in the Treatment of the Neonatal Ab

Thomas Jefferson University

$23,000

Vijay Ivaturi Research Assistant Professor Cherokee Layson-Wolf

Associate Professor Sharpsburg Pharmacy Services and Associate Dean

Sharpsburg Pharmacy

$30,270

Cherokee Layson-Wolf

Associate Professor Whitesell Pharmacy Services and Associate Dean

Whitesell Pharmacy

$30,270

Raymond Love Professor

Potomac Center - Secure Evaluation and Therapeutic Treatment

Maryland Department of Health

$156,363

Raymond Love Professor

Eastern Shore Hospital Center - Improving Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

$399,086

Raymond Love Professor

MHA - Centralized Administration of Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

$549,133

Raymond Love Professor

Spring Grove Hospital Center - Improving Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

$1,810,296

Raymond Love Professor

Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center - Improving Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

$736,571

Raymond Love Professor Antipsychotic Prescription Review Program

Maryland Department of Health

$809,899

Raymond Love Professor

Peer to Peer Review for Mental Health Drug Programs - Pediatrics

Maryland Department of Health

$2,400,000

Raymond Love Professor

Thomas B. Finan Center - Improving Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

$384,696

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS

Mary Lynn McPherson Professor

Union Memorial Hospital PGY2 Pain and Palliative Care Residency

Union Memorial Hospital

$75,037

Jill Morgan

Professor and Chair

IPA Agreement

Veterans Affairs Headquarters

$24,674

Jill Morgan

Professor and Chair

MedStar Georgetown University

MedStar Health Inc.

$49,580

Charmaine Rochester Professor

Description of SGLT-2 Inhibitor Monitoring, Adverse Event Rates, and Gaps in Care in Patients with Diabetes Treated at an Endocrine Clinic Alone or Co-Managed with a Family Medicine Clinic

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists

$4,849

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner

Professor and Associate Dean

Physician Dispensing in Maryland: An Educational Series

MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society

$ 5,000

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner

Professor and Associate Dean

Clinical Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of Health

$183,578

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner

Professor and Associate Dean

Joint Clinical and Educational Collaboration

UM Quality Care Network, LLC

$183,135

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner

Professor and FY17 Clinical Pharmacy Services Associate Dean

University of Maryland Baltimore $66,981 Washington Medical Center

Leah Sera

Assistant Professor

MedStar Health Inc.

MedStar Montgomery Medical Center

$74,463

James Trovato Associate Professor FY17 Clinical Pharmacy Services

University of Maryland Baltimore $84,465 Washington Medical Center

Mona Tsoukleris Associate Professor School Epinephrine Administration: Electronic Database Development Consultation

Maryland Department of Health

$4,000

Kathryn Walker Associate Professor

Maryland Department of Health

$80,058

Total PPS

$15,059,210

Controlled Dangerous Substance Emergency Preparedness Plan

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (PSC) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

Andrew Coop

RANK/TITLE

PROJECT TITLE

SPONSOR NAME

Professor and Associate Dean

Preclinical Identification of Better Antimuscarinic Antidepressants

University of Michigan

Brandon Drennen Graduate Student

PROJECT TOTAL

$92,405

Towards a New Therapeutic Modality American Foundation for for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s: Pharmaceutical Education Interception of Transient Helical States of beta-Amyloid with Small-Molecule Proteo

$10,000

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS

Brandon Drennen Graduate Student Dual Inhibition of the Oncoproteins Mcl-1 and Bcl-2 by Rationally Designed Polypharmacology Steven Fletcher Associate Professor Preclinical and Clinical Imaging and Treatment of Multiple Myeloma with cMyc-Max Nanoparticles

American Chemical Society

$26,000

Washington University

$60,590

Brandy Garzel Graduate Student

Role of BSEP in Drug-Induced Cholestatic Liver Toxicity

National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases

$28,618

David Goodlett Professor

Protection Against Gram-Negative Sepsis Conferred by Lipid A-Based Structural Variants

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

$251,526

David Goodlett Professor

Functional Characterization of the Bax-Interacting Factor-1 Interactome in Neurons

University of Washington

$18,750

William Hedrich Graduate Student The Role of the Constitutive Androstane PhRMA Foundation Receptor in the Treatment of Hematologic Malignancies

$20,000

Stephen Hoag Professor

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

$17,975

Stephen Hoag Professor Patient Acceptance of Drugs

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Education

$224,459

Stephen Hoag Professor Effect of pH of Smokeless Tobacco Products on the Pharmacokinetics of Nicotine in Current Users Stephen Hoag Professor Excipient Risk Assessment Database

Battelle Memorial Institute

$37,952

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Education

$112,143

Stephen Hoag Professor

Development and Optimization of a Dissolving Film for Allergen Specific Immunotherapy in Children

Effect of Excipient Variability on the National Institute of $99,999 Critical Quality Attributes and Clinical Pharmaceutical Technology Performance of Opioid Drugs Based on and Education Polyethylene Oxide Matrix Tablets

Stephen Hoag Professor Professional Service for Manufacturing an in vitro Component of an Assessment of a Proposed in vitro Bioequivalence Approach for Evaluating Generic and New Animal Formulations

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Food & Drug Administration

$16,000


GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS

Jing Huang Postdoctoral Fellow

Development and Testing of Novel Empirical Force Field for Molecular Dynamics Simulations that Includes Multipoles and Polarizability

National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

$30,000

Lisa Jones Assistant Professor

Mechanism of Transcription Regulation by the Mediator

Indiana University

$9,741

Lisa Jones Assistant Professor

CAREER: Development of an In Cell Footprinting Method for the Analysis of Protein Structure

National Science Foundation

$86,783

Maureen Kane Associate Professor

Molecular Determinants of Retinoid Metabolism in Embryonic Tissues

University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc.

$37,047

Maureen Kane Associate Professor

Effects of Perinatal Hypoxia-Ischemia on the Developing Cerebellum With and Without Prior Inflammation

National Institute of Child Health $97,636 and Human Development

Maureen Kane Associate Professor

Effects of Perinatal Hypoxia-Ischemia on the Developing Cerebellum with and Without Prior Inflammation

National Institute of Child Health $33,321 and Human Development

Maryanna Lanning Graduate Student

Towards Targeted Antineoplastics: The Disruption of Aberrant Protein- Protein Interactions with Synthetic Alpha-Helix Mimetics

American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Carbohydrate Force Fields for Structure, National Institute of General Dynamics, and Molecular Recognition Medical Sciences

$292,159

Alexander MacKerell Jr. 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

$250,320

Grollman-Glick Professor

LRRK2 Dimerization and Therapeutic Evaluation

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

$60,319

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Alexander MacKerell Jr.

Grollman-Glick Professor

Pre-Computed Free Energy Maps for Rapid Structure-Based Ligand Design

SilcsBio LLC

$153,610

Grollman-Glick Professor

Program for Therapeutic Targeting of Transcriptional Repression

Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation

$40,000

Sarah Michel Professor

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

Food & Drug Administration

$711,440

Amanda Oglesby- Associate Professor Sherrouse

Role of PrrF and PrrH Regulation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pathogenesis

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

$456,709

$10,000

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James Polli Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair

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

University of Maryland, College Park

$168,348

James Polli Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair

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

University of Maryland, College Park

$10,800

James Polli Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair

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

University of Maryland, College Park

$100,000

Paul Shapiro Professor and Chair

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

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

$194,087

Jana Shen Associate Professor Jana Shen Associate Professor

Thin Film Biofabrication for Integrated Bio-Electronics

University of Maryland, College Park

$80,000

Molecular Mechanisms of Secondary Active Transporters

Arizona State University

$62,934

Jana Shen Associate Professor

Molecular Mechanisms of Secondary Active Transporters

Arizona State University

$52,190

Yan Shu Associate Professor

Xenobiotic Transporter Regulation and IRIP Function

National Institute of General Medical Sciences

$315,200

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

Food & Drug Administration

$350,000

Audra Stinchcomb Professor

Heat Effect on Generic Transdermal Drug Delivery Systems

Food & Drug Administration

$499,999

Peter Swaan

Professor and Associate Dean

Structural Biology of the Apical Bile Acid Transporter

National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases

$348,525

Peter Swaan

Professor and Associate Dean

Altered Hepatic Disposition of Anionic Drugs-Mechanisms

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

$78,191

Hongbing Wang Professor HepaChipTM Liver-on-a-Chip for Drug Hepatotoxicity

Maryland Industrial Partnerships $99,998

Angela Wilks Isaac E. Emerson Heme Utilization and Homeostasis in Professor Pseudomonas aeruginosa Patrick Wintrode Associate Professor Mechanisms of Glycosaminoglycan- Catalyzed Protease Inactivation by Serpins

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

$430,013

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

$53,900

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Fengtian Xue Associate Professor

American Association for Cancer Research

$69,000

Bruce Yu Professor Using NMR to Characterize Protein Formulations

MedImmune Inc.

$225,584

Total PSC

$6,424,271

BCL6 BTB Domain Inhibitors for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research (PHSR)

$6,399,536

Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science (PPS)

$15,059,210

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSC)

$6,424,271

Grand Total

$27,883,017

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS |

July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017

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, DSc ’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 Sophia Kallelis= Theodore S. Kallelis, PhD ’57=

Dolores H. Kinnard William J. Kinnard Jr., PhD 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, 2016, to June 30, 2017. GIVING BY INDIVIDUALS

Harold Chappelear, LLD (Hon) ’98

Julia F. Slejko

Christian Lee, PharmD ’13

Andrew Coop~

Larry E. Small, MS ’76, PhD ’80

Lisa M. Matson, BSP ’88*

David Stewart Associates

William J. Cooper*

Julie C. Song, PharmD ’03

Thomas E. Menighan

Over $500,000

Suzanne J. Caplan, BSP ’65

JoAnn M. Spearmon, PharmD ’97*

Karen H. Nishi, BSP ’80

Rebecca T. Gyi-Hovis

Yale H. Caplan, BSP ’63, PhD ’68

Nina H. Spiller, PharmD ’88*

Jason M. Noel~

Susan C. dosReis, PhD ’99

Edward A. Taylor, PharmD ’06~

Glenda S. Owens, BSP ’76

$250,000 to $349,000

J. Philip Fink, BSP ’79*

Rodney H. Taylor, PharmD ’97*

Myrna Petersen

Jill R. Molofsky, BSP ’81*

Mark G. Fletcher, PhD ’83

Jackie Tran, PharmD ’13

Gaytrice K. Rucker, BSP ’83

Julian M. Friedman, BSP ’56*

Satish C. Valluri, PhD ’09

Howard Schiff, BSP ’56

$25,000 to $99,999

Mary Therese Gyi, BSP ’83,

Angelo C. Voxakis, BSP ’71~

Lisa A. Shipley, PhD ’86

Gary G. Buterbaugh

George C. Voxakis, BSP ’58,

Frances Spaven, PhD ’86~

Ellen H. Yankellow, BSP ’73,

Ilene Harris, BSP ’81, PharmD ’83

Kerry Spaven~

Robert Henderson, BSP ’63

Clayton L. Warrington, BSP ’58*

Craig K. Svensson, PharmD ’81~

PharmD ’96*

PharmD ’06

PharmD ’96~

Brian M. Hose, PharmD ’06~

Elizabeth Warrington*

Angela Wilks

$10,000 - $24,999

Maureen Kane

Gerolyn Ann Whittemore

Loreen A. Wutoh, BSP ’86~

Beverly L. Crovo~

Calvin H. Knowlton, PhD ’93

Kenneth P. Whittemore Jr.,

Richard L. Wynn, BSP ’64,

Thomas L. Crovo~

Raymond C. Love, PharmD ‘77~

Ira L. Fedder, PharmD ’79~

Michael Luzuriaga, BSP ’70*

Alice A. Williams, PharmD ’12

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner,

Daniel Z. Mansour, PharmD ’06~

Carol Ann Williams~

Apothecary Club

Gina Patrice McKnight-Smith,

Thomas G. Williams Jr.,

$250 - $499

Sherry N. Berlin, BSP ’74*

PharmD ’83

James P. Tristani, BSP ’73~

PharmD ’97

BSP ’76

PharmD ’06~

Colleen J. Metge, PhD ’96

PhD ’70~

Charles R. Bonapace,

$5,000 - $9,999

Jim McPherson

Dean’s Club

Jogarao Gobburu

Mary Lynn McPherson,

$500 - $999

Capt. James L. Bresette,

Hannah Jones

Thomas S. Brenner, BSP ’72*

David H. Jones, BSP ’70~

David W. Miller, PhD ’93

Michelle M. Ceng, PharmD ’98

Barbara S. Chong, PharmD ’97

Thomas S. Petr, BSP ’74

Judith Mintz*

Rebecca Ceraul~

Pamela M. Crowe

John F. Van Wie, BSP ’84

Martin B. Mintz, BSP ’65*

Youjin Chang, PharmD ’13

Terry L. Davis, BSP ’83,

Wayne D. Van Wie, BSP ’88

Jill A. Morgan~

David D. Christ, BSP ’79

PharmD ’86~

PharmD ’97~ PharmD ’97*

PharmD ’98*

C. Daniel Mullins~

David P. Cline, PhD ’03

Colleen Day~

$1,000 - $4,999

Eberechukwu Onukwugha

Nicholas Cornias, BSP ’92*

Omolola O. Elliott, BSP ’92

Alfred Abramson, BSP ’56*

Ahmed A. Othman, PhD ’07

Mary David

William T. Foley Jr., BSP ’58~

Jeannette Abramson

Robin L. Paluskievicz,

Mary Eckert DeLuca, BSP ’79

Harold L. Frank

Stephen J. Allen, MS ’78

Natalie D. Eddington, PhD ’89~

Herbert Gendason, BSP ’71~

Wendy Allen

Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk

Matthew L. Fedowitz, PharmD ’01

Steven P. George, BSP ’82~

Barbara Alving

Andrew V. Phan, PharmD ’13

Deborah D. Harris

Victoria G. Hale, PhD ’83

Carl Alving

Casey Phan

Alice H. Hill, PharmD ’93*

Jeffery J. Harnsberger, BSP ’92

Andrew Bartilucci, PhD ’53~

Keith S. Pozanek, BSP ’86~

Walter J. Hryszko, BSP ’74*

Lauren Hynicka

Kenneth Boyden

Bruce D. Roffe, BSP ’78

Helen Hsiao, PharmD ’06~

Yelee Y. Kim, PharmD ’01

Cynthia J. Boyle, PharmD ’96~

Jane M. Shaab

Lionel H. Jacobs, BSP ’68

Keith Konajeski

Barry M. Bress, BSP ’79*

Marilyn Shangraw*

Karen M. Kabat, MS ’83~

Richard F. Korecky, PharmD ’15

Philip D. Chaikin, BSP ’72,

Paul Shapiro

Sachin J. Kamal-Bahl, PhD ’03

Suneel Kudaravalli, PharmD ’00

PharmD ’77

Jeffrey B. Sherr, BSP ’78~

Wendy Klein-Schwartz,

Jonathan N. Latham,

Lisa Calvert Chalk

Joanne H. Sherr, BSP ’78~

Joanne Ruyu Chang, PhD ’95

Gisele M. Sidbury, PharmD ’97

Stephen C. Kloch, BSP ’80~

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

PharmD ’98~

PharmD ’77~

+ Signifies David Stewart Associates Founding Member = Signifies Deceased

PharmD ’98*

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Lisa C. LeGette, BSP ’92~

Franklin W. Blatt, BSP ’77,

Kelly Epplen

Lawrence J. Kotey, PharmD ’03~

Zhili Li, PhD ’02

Susan M. Evans, BSP ’91~

Edmond J, Kucharski, BSP ’84

Frederick J. Mack, BSP ’79*

Ruth S. Blatt, BSP ’79

Daniel A. Farney, PharmD ’01

Kathrin C. Kucharski, PharmD ’87

Ashlee Mattingly

Thomas V. Bolling, BSP ’69

Fran Favin-Weiskopf,

Thomas P. LaMartina, BSP ’87*

Joey Mattingly

Renan A. Bonnel, PharmD ’83

Kaysha R. Lancaster, PharmD ’00

Steven J. Miller, MS ’87

Stephen P. Boykin, BSP ’73,

Steven Fletcher

Kirk K. Lancaster

Barbara B. Nussbaum, BSP ’89

Louis R. Flowers, MS ’05

Julia A. Lauless, BSP ’84

Dora M. Ober

Lynette R. Bradley-Baker,

Devon M. Flynn, PharmD ’05

Ronald E. Lay, BSP ’78*

Joseph D. Ober, PharmD ’85

Herbert Friedman, BSP ’50

Janet Y. Lee, PharmD ’13

Kristine Rapan Parbuoni,

Robert P. Brauner, BSP ’65

Denise Fu, PharmD ’10

Colleen C. Lehmann, BSP ’78

Elaine L. Brogan, BSP ’78~

Stephen J. Gandel, BSP ’62

Henry M. Levi, BSP ’63

Thomas J. Pfaff, BSP ’85*

Huong T. Bui Dang, BSP ’82

Florence F. K. Gee, BSP ’74~

Julie E. Limric, BSP ’69

James R. Ritchie, BSP ’63*

Pamela L. Burns-Muhler, BSP ’91

Timothy D. Gladwell, PharmD ’96

Ronald J. Logan, BSP ’75

Michael B. Rodell, BSP ’58*

Wendy Camelo-Castillo

Donald J. Glenn, BSP ’83~

Denise Lupo Lutz, BSP ’77

Suzanne K. Simala, BSP ’84*

Michelle L. Campbell, PhD ’14

Thomas E. Goelz, BSP ’70, MS ’74

Walter P. Mackay, BSP ’62*

Kara J. Sink, BSP ’92

Gary S. Carson, BSP ’80

Stuart T. Haines*

Daniel F. Mackley, BSP ’76

Thanh T. Tran, BSP ’90

Jason F. Chancey, PharmD ’00*

Lois T. Havranek, BSP ’60

Harry E. Macks, BSP ’59~

Robert Wixson

Jennie T. Chang, PharmD ’96

Diana P. Henzel, BSP ’93~

Jeanne Macks

Bay-Mao B. Wu, PharmD ’01~

Sujin Chang, PharmD ’00

Mary-Therese Hewins, BSP ’81,

Nirvana A. Maharaj, PharmD ’14

William Yeboah, PharmD ’00~

Juliana Lee Chau, BSP ’79

Lawrence L. Martin, BSP ’66

Kellie S. Chew, PharmD ’13

Stephen W. Hoag

Carolyn S. Mason, BSP ’84

Century Club

Randy S. Chiat, BSP ’90

Marta Hoffman, BSP ’60*

Edward T. McCagh Jr., BSP ’75~

$100 - $249

Hyun J. Cho, PharmD ’99

Kellie Hom

Kevin. F. McCarthy, BSP ’80

Isabel Almeida-Chiat, BSP ’90

Catherine L. Cioffi, PhD ’88

Gwynne L. Horwits

Phyllis G. Meise

Marsha E. Alvarez, BSP ’71,

Arnold E. Clayman, BSP ’73

Leonard Horwits, BSP ’60

Janet L. Mighty, BSP ’82

PharmD ’05

PharmD ’96*

PharmD ’00

MS ’76 BSP ’92, PhD ’99

PharmD ’88*

MS ’84

Wendy Cohan

Forest S. Howell, BSP ’87~

Yvonne K. Molotsi, PharmD ’02~

Bruce Anderson

Catherine E. Cooke

Gayle C. Howell, BSP ’91~

Maura P. Murphy, PhD ’99

Clarence L. Anstine, BSP ’58

Reba D. Cornman

Ibrahim T. Ibrahim, PharmD ’12

John D. Ness, PharmD ’93

Larry L. Augsburger, BSP ’62,

James M. Crable, BSP ’82

Violet E. Igwacho, PharmD ’16

Sarah K. Nguyen, PharmD ’03

David A. Custer, BSP ’73

Raman M. Iyer, PhD ’94

Thu-Trang T. Nguyen,

Raymond Bahr, BSP ’57

MS ’65, PhD ’67

Jeremy Doggett

Jinani C. Jayasekera-Devadoss,

Dov E. Banks~

Hedy J. Cylus Gleiman, BSP ’73~

Sai C. Nimmagadda, PharmD ’12

Freddy E. Banks, BSP ’92

Brett L. Dabruzzo, PharmD ’97

Cindy Q. Jiang, BSP ’90

Pallavi Nithyanandan, PhD ’05

Marshal Banks~

Loc K. Dang, BSP ’82

Hao Jiang

Cynthia O. Owusu-Boaitey,

Rochelle Banks~

Louis Diamond, BSP ’61, MS ’64,

Tali M. Johnson, PharmD ’02

Ingrid R. Baramki, MS ’63

Angel N. Jordan, PharmD ’06

Anna Palka, BSP ’92

Laurine A. Barrow-Wilson,

John P. Dolan, PharmD ’14

Vicki M. Joshua, BSP ’87

Sharon K. Park, PharmD ’04

PharmD ’04

Charles R. Downs, BSP ’73,

Aaron C. Kadish, BSP ’63*

Angela M. Parker, BSP ’95~

William H. Batt, BSP ’63~

PharmD ’99*

Angela M. Kaitis, PharmD ’06

Honesty M. Peltier, PharmD ’05

Michael R. Becker, BSP ’93

Dongyi Du, PhD ’09

Patrick Y. Kamara, PharmD ’98

Philip M. Perry, BSP ’74*

Robin L. Becker, BSP ’84

Ping Jin Du

Robert Karrs

Anthony J. Petralia Sr., BSP ’52*

Barbara B. Bedell, BSP ’82

Leroy K. Dunkley, PharmD ’01

Charise S. Kasser, BSP ’83~

Carolyn Petralia, PharmD ’03~

William P. Beierschmitt, PhD ’86

Michelle L. Eby, PharmD ’99~

Susan A. Katz, BSP ’88

Thomas Phan

Phyllis A. Bernard, BSP ’88*

Nancy A. Edgeworth,

Thomas H. Keller Jr., BSP ’63~

Bonnie L. Pitt, BSP ’74

Howard K. Besner, BSP ’78,

Lauretta A. Kerr, BSP ’86

Lisa N. Pitt, PharmD ’98

James D. Edwards, BSP ’57

Kathleen Klemm, PharmD ’08

Marvin S. Platt, BSP ’51*

Donald B. Elliott, BSP ’57~

Michael Kopcho, MS ’62

Judith A. Porter

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PharmD ’04

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Sovitj Pou, PharmD ’96

Hongbing Wang

Melanie Byrd

Richard N. Fry, BSP ’76

Stanley A. Pyles, BSP ’90

Jia-Bei Wang, PhD ’92~

Anthony T. Cacek, MS ’14

Danielle G. Gallina, BSP ’93

Budne C. Reinke, BSP ’63

Yanhong Wang

Dianna L. Campbell, PharmD ’16

Frank R. Giannandrea, PharmD ’11

Lois A. Reynolds, PharmD ’01

Andrea B. Weiss, BSP ’89

Linhlan T. Cao, PharmD ’03

Marianne Gibson

Howard L. Robinson Jr.,

Fred M. Weiss, BSP ’70

Nicole Caprio, PharmD ’16

Yevgeniya Y. Giller

Monica L. White, PharmD ’95

Allison Perez Carrillo

Venetia Gluch

David M. Rombro, BSP ’54

Eric T. Wong, PharmD ’13

Dayna Peres Carrillo

Brian J. Goetz, PharmD ’94

Thomas H. Root, PharmD ’00

Steven Yang, PharmD ’99

Malissa Carroll

Mathangi Gopalakrishnan

Nicole Rumao, PharmD ’12

Cleveland K. Yee, BSP ’75

Matthew L. Casciano, PharmD ’08

Lee H. Gradman, BSP ’57

Joseph M. Ruppel, BSP ’75

Irvin Yospa, BSP ’61~

Marian L. Cascio, BSP ’77*

Martin D. Grebow, BSP ’60*

Lisa Coppolo Ruppel, PharmD ’90

Donald R. Young, BSP ’57*

George Y. Chang, BSP ’83

Gloria S. Grice, PharmD ’02

Soumi Saha, PharmD ’07

Roxanne W. Zaghab

Marvin J. Chertkoff, BSP ’51,

Greer Griffith

Brian L. Schumer, BSP ’81*

Lane P. Zangwill, BSP ’78*

Deborah F. Groleau

Jean O. Schwartz, BSP ’87

William V. Zappa, BSP ’74~

Jane Ching, PharmD ’16

George E. Groleau, BSP ’76~

Jerome Schwartz, BSP ’49*

Reid A. Zimmer, BSP ’63*

Lewis Clayton

Shauna D. Guest

Andrea Lynn Seitzman-Siegel,

Julie Magno Zito

Michael J. Cohen, BSP ’66*

Elaina P. Hackworth, PharmD ’01

Thomas Coke

Douglas B. Haggerty, BSP ’79

PharmD ’00

PharmD ’98

MS ’54

Daniel S. Shaner, BSP ’63

Contributions up to $99

Karen T. Collins, BSP ’70

Whitney N. Hanson, PharmD ’10

Allen Shaughnessy

Jennifer A. Abernathy, PharmD ’13

Harold L. Cooper, BSP ’58

Ann Harris

Christopher L. Shawyer, BSP ’76~

Janet M. Abramowitz, BSP ’81~

William C. Cooper, BSP ’84

Brittany M. Harris, PharmD ’15

Thomas S. Shelor, BSP ’74~

Lawrence M. Abrams, BSP ’55~

Dana S. Corn, BSP ’70

Alexa J. Havrilko, PharmD ’13

Mirko V. Sikirica, PharmD ’02

Dennis M. Ackerman, BSP ’70 ~

Erica Crannage

Geoffrey A. Heinzl, PhD ’16

Harriet Silverstein

Marie V. Adams

Christopher W. Cunningham,

Bernard P. Heyman, BSP ’57

Morton I. Silverstein, BSP ’54

Robert W. Adams, BSP ’68

Richard D. Hiller, BSP ’86

Linda Simoni-Wastila

Abimbola O. Adebowale, PhD ’99

Dot Jessen Cutcher

Renee M. Hilliard, PharmD ’01

John C. Smith, BSP ’76

Lawrence Aiken, BSP ’73

Malinda J. Darber, PharmD ’99

Paul Holly

Judith Wenzel Smith, BSP ’77

Patrice R. Akins, PharmD ’02

Deborah D. DiVecchio,

Ronald W. Huffman

Larry A. Snyder, BSP ’60*

William P. Albanese III, PharmD ’11

Sheila Hwe, PharmD ’15

Rona S. Snyder*

Arthur Allen, BSP ’88

Norman DuBois, BSP ’53*

Nigel Roger Isaacs, PharmD ’93

Carol M. Sobon, BSP ’78

Dawn E. Andanar, PharmD ’13

Erin S. Dudley, PharmD ’09

Aroonjit Jenkosol, PharmD ’07

Tye D. Souders, PharmD ’13

Tammy Artman

Noel E. Durm, BSP ’55

Julie S. Johnson, BSP ’94~

Molrat Sripinyo, BSP ’83~

Adenike I. Atanda, PharmD ’14

Kathleen E. Dury

Michael E. Jones, BSP ’72*

Michael J. Steinberg, PharmD ’00

Brittany R. Avaritt, PharmD ’14

Deborah J. Ehart, PharmD ’00

Teny Joseph

Alan R. Stoff, BSP ’70~

Hector T. Ayu, BSP ’93

Francis S. Eng, BSP ’74

Carl Kaiser, MS ’52, BSP ’53,

Jung L. Sung, PharmD ’00

Olujimi O. Babatunde, PharmD ’11

Janice L. Ereme, BSP ’81

Abigail M. Strawberry, BSP ’93

Caroline T. Bader, BSP ’81

Darci J. Eubank, PharmD ’13

Diane L. Kaufman

Wanida Surichamorn, PhD ’92

Katherine P. Benderev,

Opeoluwa I. Fagbemi, PharmD ’16

Dennis M. Killian, PharmD ’01

Marc Taraban

Anne Ferguson

Hana Kim, PharmD ’13

Donald W. Taylor, BSP ’69~

Thomas J. Biles, PharmD ’98

Jill R. Fetter, BSP ’93

Michelle Kim

Nancy L. Taylor, BSP ’62*

Barry L. Bloom, BSP ’66*

Robert D. Fetter

Una Kim, PharmD ’13

J. Bradley Thomas, BSP ’82

Stacy R. Boltz, PharmD ’04

Jerome L. Fine, PharmD ’96

Judith L. Kistler, MS ’59

Francis J. Tinney, PhD ’66*

Curtis A. Bowen, BSP ’56~

Lisa Finn

Selma M. Kitt

Stephen Tise

John E. Braaten, BSP ’79

Annmarie M. Franklin, BSP ’94

Stephen C. Klebrowski, BSP ’69

Charles H. Tregoe, BSP ’59*

Keith A. Brace, BSP ’84

Paul Freiman, BSP ’53

Linda C. Klein, BSP ’72

Mona L. Tsoukleris, PharmD ’87

Barbara L. Brannan, PharmD ’01

Phyllis Freiman

Nelson E. Kline, BSP ’92

Kimberly D. Wagner, PharmD ’98

Jason A. Bunting, PharmD ’05

Lisa Friedman

Emily L. Knapp, PharmD ’10

James B. Walter Jr., BSP ’51*

Erienne N. Burton, PharmD ’10

Stephanie C. Friedman, BSP ’80

Duncan Knox

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

PharmD ’79

PhD ’08

PharmD ’05

+ Signifies David Stewart Associates Founding Member = Signifies Deceased

PhD ’55*

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Charles J. Kokoski, BSP ’51,

Barbrakaryne N. Nchinda Fobi,

Christie A. Staso, PharmD ’12

Johanna L.M. Stengel

MS ’53, PhD ’56*

PharmD ’15

Class of 1943

Michael J. Kolf, BSP ’78

Karen N. Nguyen, PharmD ’97

Todd H. Stephens, BSP ’93

Kyung M. Koo, PharmD ’15

Nam Nguyen

James P. Struntz Sr., BSP ’61

Albert W. Kossler, MS ’53*

Zachary Noel

Charles Summerlin

Treacy Krisztinicz, PharmD ’95

William C. Noonan, BSP ’83

Irving E. Swartz, BSP ’56

Freda L. Krosnick

Naitia M. Nwatu, PharmD ’15

Esmail Tabibi

Jay E. Krosnick, BSP ’85

Oluseyi W. Ogunyankin,

Liza N. Takiya, PharmD ’97

Christopher G. Kruft, BSP ’84

Xuan Tang Seepolmuang,

Vicky Kuo, PharmD ’15

Iguade G. Okojie, PharmD ’99

Jolanta W. Kwapisz, BSP ’79

Elizabeth Oldham

Elisabet K. Tassis, PharmD ’15

Olayinka Ladeji

Marlene I. Onyesoh, PharmD ’01

Charles D. Taylor Jr., BSP ’67,

James Laredo, BSP ’88

Darrell J. Orr, MS ’16

Ivy I. Laryea-Akogyeram, BSP ’93

Mary E. Ortiz, BSP ’87

Ronald C. Telak, BSP ’67

Cherokee L. Layson-Wolf,

Juan Parducci

Sheryl E. Thedford, PharmD ’11

Christina Pashialis

Milton F. Toelle, BSP ’55~

DeAnna D. Leikach, BSP ’92~

Megha G. Patel, PharmD ’09

Elliot S. Tokar, BSP ’60

Neil B. Leikach, BSP ’92~

Denise I. Penn, BSP ’92

Mary J. Tooey

Joseph H. Lerner, BSP ’60

Denise D. Petro-Ellis, PharmD ’00

Hamet M. Toure, PharmD ’03

Thomas M. Lesko, BSP ’82

Long Phan

Juliette C. Toure, PharmD ’03

Melvin Lessing, BSP ’66*

Annette Piotrowski, PharmD ’15

Deanna Tran, PharmD ’11

Bonnie X. Li-MacDonald,

Cristina V. Platon, BSP ’83~

Tina Thao Tran

Monica L. Pogue, PharmD ’00

Joella Trenchard

W. Irving Lottier Jr., BSP ’59

Elizabeth K. Proctor, BSP ’90

Lisa A. Vuolo

Mario V. Luong, PharmD ’11

Sangeeta V. Raje, PhD ’02~

Jessica T. Walker, PharmD ’06

Daniel C. Lyons, PharmD ’07

Luann Orehek Reno, BSP ’89

Jonathan M. Walton-Roberts,

Kristina R. Madula, PharmD ’12

Andrea L. Riggins, BSP ’90,

Rebecca Malson

James C. Wang, PharmD ’11

Monique M. Manning

Kathryn A. Robinson

Rebecca L. Ward, PharmD ’03

Jonathan May

Trudy Robinson

Albert H. Warfield, BSP ’60,

Madeline McCarren, PhD ’83

Leon Rosen, BSP ’62

Mark R. McDowell, BSP ’92

Robert F. Royce, BSP ’51~

Brenda K. Weller, BSP ’92

Matthew E. McGovern, BSP ’91

Noha N. Salama, PhD ’04

Joan P. Williams, BSP ’70

Alexandra L. McPherson,

Kristina San Juan

Michelle Winkler, BSP ’94

Orlin Ramos Sanchez

Henok T. Woldeab, PharmD ’12

Rachel L. Melnick, PharmD ’11

Craig F. Schaefer, PharmD ’97

Jack J. Yarmosky, BSP ’43

Erin Merino

Amanda Schartel

Elaine Yip, PharmD ’13

Stanley J. Merwitz, BSP ’54

Amy Berdann Schwartz

David M. Yoder, PharmD ’98

Robert J. Michocki, PharmD ’75

David J. Seff, BSP ’55~

YeSeul Yoo, PharmD ’16

Margaret Miklich

Leah Sera, PharmD ’10

Christian A. Zang~

Harris L. Miller, BSP ’65*

Lionel M. Shapiro, BSP ’52*

Gene G. Zepp, BSP ’48

Philip B. Miller, BSP ’71~

Paul Shapiro

David P. Zgarrick

Phillip Mooney

Meenu Sharma, PharmD ’04

Jun Zhang, PhD ’14

Thomas L. Morgan, BSP ’93

Morton I. Shear, BSP ’53

Xian Zhou

Jeffrey S. Mrowczynski,

Karen M. Sillers, BSP ’82

Xiao Zhu, PhD ’12

Harold B. Singer, BSP ’46

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PharmD ’14

PharmD ’15

PharmD ’13

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Jack J. Yarmosky, BSP Class of 1946 Harold B. Singer, BSP

PharmD ’10

PharmD ’00

Class of 1948 Gene G. Zepp, BSP Class of 1949 Jerome Schwartz, BSP Class of 1950 Herbert Friedman, BSP Class of 1951 Marvin J. Chertkoff, BSP David G. Danziger, BSP Charles J. Kokoski, BSP Marvin S. Platt, BSP Robert F. Royce, BSP James B. Walter Jr., BSP

PharmD ’04

Class of 1952 Carl Kaiser, MS Anthony J. Petralia Sr., BSP Lionel M. Shapiro, BSP Class of 1953

MS ’64, PhD ’65

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

DONORS BY CLASS YEAR

Andrew Bartilucci, PhD Norman DuBois, BSP Paul Freiman, BSP Carl Kaiser, BSP Charles J. Kokoski, MS Albert W. Kossler, MS Morton I. Shear, BSP Class of 1954 Marvin J. Chertkoff, MS Stanley J. Merwitz, BSP David M. Rombro, BSP Morton I. Silverstein, BSP

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Class of 1955

Class of 1961

Class of 1967

Hedy J. Cylus Gleiman, BSP

Lawrence M. Abrams, BSP

Louis Diamond, BSP

Larry L. Augsburger, PhD

James P. Tristani, BSP

Noel E. Durm, BSP

James P. Struntz Sr., BSP

Louis Diamond, PhD

Ellen H. Yankellow, BSP

Carl Kaiser, PhD

Irvin Yospa, BSP

Charles P. Taylor Jr., BSP

David J. Seff, BSP Milton F. Toelle, BSP

Ronald C. Telak, BSP Class of 1962

Class of 1974 Sherry N. Berlin, BSP

Larry L. Augsburger, BSP

Class of 1968

Francis S. Eng, BSP

Class of 1956

Stephen J. Gandel, BSP

Robert W. Adams, BSP

Florence F. K. Gee, BSP

Alfred Abramson, BSP

Michael J. Kopcho, MS

Yale H. Caplan, PhD

Thomas E. Goelz, MS

Curtis A. Bowen, BSP

Walter P. Mackay, BSP

Lionel H. Jacobs, BSP

Walter J. Hryszko, BSP

Julian M. Friedman, BSP

Leon Rosen, BSP

Charles J. Kokoski, PhD

Nancy L. Taylor, BSP

Philip M. Perry, BSP Class of 1969

Thomas S. Petr, BSP

Thomas V. Bolling, BSP

Bonnie L. Pitt, BSP

Class of 1963

Stephen C. Klebrowski, BSP

Thomas S. Shelor, BSP

Ingrid R. Baramki, MS

Julie E. Limric, BSP

William V. Zappa, BSP

Class of 1957

William H. Batt, BSP

Donald W. Taylor, BSP

Raymond Bahr, BSP

Yale H. Caplan, BSP

James D. Edwards, BSP

Robert Henderson, BSP

Class of 1970

Ronald J. Logan, BSP

Donald B. Elliott, BSP

Aaron C. Kadish, BSP

Dennis M. Ackerman, BSP

Edward T. McCagh Jr., BSP

Lee H. Gradman, BSP

Thomas H. Keller Jr., BSP

Karen T. Collins, BSP

Robert J. Michocki, PharmD

Bernard P. Heyman, BSP

Henry M. Levi, BSP

Dana S. Corn, BSP

Joseph M. Ruppel, BSP

Donald R. Young, BSP

Budne C. Reinke, BSP

Thomas E. Goelz, BSP

Cleveland K. Yee, BSP

James R. Ritchie, BSP

David H. Jones, BSP

Class of 1958

Daniel S. Shaner, BSP

Michael Luzuriaga, BSP

Class of 1976

Clarence L. Anstine, BSP

Reid A. Zimmer, BSP

Alan R. Stoff, BSP

Stephen P. Boykin, MS

Howard Schiff, BSP Irving E. Swartz, BSP

Harold L. Cooper, BSP

Class of 1975

Fred M. Weiss, BSP

Richard N. Fry, BSP

William T. Foley Jr., BSP

Class of 1964

Joan P. Williams, BSP

George E. Groleau, BSP

Michael B. Rodell, BSP

Louis Diamond, MS

Richard L. Wynn, PhD

Daniel F. Mackley, BSP

George C. Voxakis, BSP

Albert H. Warfield, MS

Clayton L. Warrington, BSP

Richard L. Wynn, BSP

Glenda S. Owens, BSP Class of 1971

Christopher L. Shawyer, BSP

Marsha E. Alvarez, BSP

Larry E. Small, MS

Class of 1959

Class of 1965

Herbert Gendason, BSP

John C. Smith, BSP

Judith L. Kistler, MS

Larry L. Augsburger, MS

Philip B. Miller, BSP

Kenneth P. Whittemore Jr., BSP

W. Irving Lottier Jr., BSP

Robert P. Brauner, BSP

Angelo C. Voxakis, BSP

Harry E. Macks, BSP

Suzanne J. Caplan, BSP

Charles H. Tregoe, BSP

Harris L. Miller, BSP

Class of 1972

Franklin W. Blatt, BSP

Martin B. Mintz, BSP

Thomas S. Brenner, BSP

Marian L. Cascio, BSP

Albert H. Warfield, PhD

Phiilip D. Chaikin, BSP

Philip D. Chaikin, PharmD

Michael E. Jones, BSP

Wendy Klein-Schwartz, PharmD

Linda C. Klein, BSP

Raymond C. Love, PharmD

Class of 1960 Martin D. Grebow, BSP

Class of 1977

Lois T. Havranek, BSP

Class of 1966

Marta Hoffman, BSP

Barry L. Bloom, BSP

Leonard Horwits, BSP

Michael J. Cohen, BSP

Class of 1973

Joseph H. Lerner, BSP

Melvin Lessing, BSP

Lawrence Aiken, BSP

Larry A. Snyder, BSP

Lawrence L. Martin, BSP

Stephen P. Boykin, BSP

Class of 1978

Elliot S. Tokar, BSP

Francis J. Tinney, PhD

Arnold E. Clayman, BSP

Stephen J. Allen, MS

David A. Custer, BSP

Howard K. Besner, BSP

Charles R. Downs, BSP

Elaine L. Brogan, BSP

Albert H. Warfield, BSP

Denise Lupo Lutz, BSP Judith Wenzel Smith, BSP

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Michael J. Kolf, BSP

Thomas M. Lesko, BSP

Keith S. Pozanek, BSP

Gayle C. Howell, BSP

Ronald E. Lay, BSP

Janet L. Mighty, BSP

Lisa A. Shipley, PhD

Matthew E. McGovern, BSP

Colleen C. Lehmann, BSP

Karen M. Sillers, BSP

Frances Spaven, PhD

Bruce D. Roffe, BSP

J. Bradley Thomas, BSP

Loreen A. Wutoh, BSP

Jeffrey B. Sherr, BSP

Class of 1992 Freddy E. Banks, BSP

Joanne H. Sherr, BSP

Class of 1983

Class of 1987

Lynette R. Bradley-Baker, BSP

Carol M. Sobon, BSP

Renan A. Bonnel, PharmD

Forest S. Howell, BSP

Nicholas Cornias, BSP

Lane P. Zangwill, BSP

George Y. Chang, BSP

Vicki M. Joshua, BSP

Omolola O. Elliott, BSP

Terry L. Davis, BSP

Kathrin C. Kucharski, PharmD

Jeffrey J. Harnsberger, BSP

Class of 1979

Mark G. Fletcher, PhD

Thomas P. LaMartina, BSP

Nelson E. Kline, BSP

Katherine P. Benderev, PharmD

Donald J. Glenn, BSP

Steven J. Miller, MS

Lisa C. LeGette, BSP

Ruth S. Blatt, BSP

Mary Therese Gyi, BSP

Mary E. Ortiz, BSP

DeAnna D. Leikach, BSP

John E. Braaten, BSP

Victoria G. Hale, PhD

Jean O. Schwartz, BSP

Neil B. Leikach, BSP

Barry M. Bress, BSP

Ilene Harris, PharmD

Mona L. Tsoukleris, PharmD

Mark R. McDowell, BSP

Juliana Lee Chau, BSP

Karen M. Kabat, MS

David D. Christ, BSP

Charise S. Kasser, BSP

Class of 1988

Denise I. Penn, BSP

Mary Eckert DeLuca, BSP

Madeline McCarren, PhD

Arthur Allen, BSP

Kara J. Sink, BSP

Ira L. Fedder, PharmD

William C. Noonan, BSP

Phyllis A. Bernard, BSP

Wanida Surichamorn, PhD

J. Philip Fink, BSP

Cristina V. Platon, BSP

Catherine L. Cioffi, PhD

Jia-Bei Wang, PhD

Douglas B. Haggerty, BSP

Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner,

Fran Favin-Weiskopf, PharmD

Brenda K. Weller, BSP

Jolanta W. Kwapisz, BSP

PharmD

Susan A. Katz, BSP

Frederick J. Mack, BSP

Gaytrice K. Rucker, BSP

James Laredo, BSP

Class of 1993

Molrat Sripinyo, BSP

Lisa M. Matson, BSP

Hector T. Ayu, BSP

Nina H. Spiller, PharmD

Michael R. Becker, BSP

Wayne D. Van Wie, BSP

Jill R. Fetter, BSP

Class of 1980

Anna Palka, BSP

Gary S. Carson, BSP

Class of 1984

Stephanie C. Friedman, BSP

Robin L. Becker, BSP

Stephen C. Kloch, BSP

Keith A. Brace, BSP

Class of 1989

Diana P. Henzel, BSP

Kevin F. McCarthy, BSP

William C. Cooper, BSP

Laurine A. Barrow-Wilson, BSP

Alice H. Hill, PharmD

Karen H. Nishi, BSP

Mary-Therese Hewins, MS

Natalie D. Eddington, PhD

Nigel Roger Isaacs, PharmD

Larry E. Small, PhD

Christopher G. Kruft, BSP

Barbara B. Nussbaum, BSP

Calvin H. Knowlton, PhD

Edmond J. Kucharski, BSP

Luann Orehek Reno, BSP

Ivy I. Laryea-Akogyeram, BSP

Class of 1981

Julia A. Lauless, BSP

Andrea B. Weiss, BSP

David W. Miller, PhD

Janet M. Abramowitz, BSP

Carolyn S. Mason, BSP

Caroline T. Bader, BSP

Matthew G. Shimoda, PharmD

Class of 1990

John D. Ness, PharmD

Janice L. Ereme, BSP

Suzanne K. Simala, BSP

Isabel Almeida-Chiat, BSP

Todd H. Stephens, BSP

Ilene Harris, BSP

John F. Van Wie, BSP

Randy S. Chiat, BSP

Abigail M. Strawberry, BSP

Mary-Therese Hewins, BSP

Danielle G. Gallina, BSP

Thomas L. Morgan, BSP

Cindy Q. Jiang, BSP

Jill R. Molofsky, BSP

Class of 1985

Elizabeth K. Proctor, BSP

Class of 1994

Brian L. Schumer, BSP

Jay E. Krosnick, BSP

Stanley A. Pyles, BSP

Annmarie M. Franklin, BSP

Craig K. Svensson, PharmD

Joseph D. Ober, PharmD

Andrea L. Riggins, BSP

Brian J. Goetz, PharmD

Thomas J. Pfaff, BSP

Lisa Coppolo Ruppel, PharmD

Raman M. Iyer, PhD

Thanh T. Tran, BSP

Julie S. Johnson, BSP

Class of 1982 Barbara B. Bedell, BSP

Class of 1986

Huong T. Bui Dang, BSP

William P. Beierschmitt, PhD

Class of 1991

James M. Crable, BSP

Richard D. Hiller, BSP

Pamela L. Burns-Muhler, BSP

Class of 1995

Loc K. Dang, BSP

Lauretta A. Kerr, BSP

Susan M. Evans, BSP

Joanne Ruyu Chang, PhD

Steven P. George, BSP

Mary Lynn McPherson, PharmD

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Treacy Krisztinicz, PharmD


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Angela M. Parker, BSP

Class of 1999

Tali M. Johnson, PharmD

Edward A. Taylor, PharmD

Monica L. White, PharmD

Abimbola O. Adebowale, PhD

Zhili Li, PhD

Jessica T. Walker, PharmD

Lynette R. Bradley-Baker, PhD

Yvonne K. Molotsi, PharmD

Thomas G. Williams Jr., PharmD

Class of 1996

Hyun J. Cho, PharmD

Sangeeta V. Raje, PhD

Marsha E. Alvarez, PharmD

Malinda J. Darber, PharmD

Mirko V. Sikirica, PharmD

Cynthia J. Boyle, PharmD
Jennie

Susan C. dosReis, PhD

T. Chang, PharmD

Charles R. Downs, PharmD

Class of 2003

Daniel C. Lyons, PharmD

Nancy A. Edgeworth, PharmD

Michelle L. Eby, PharmD

Linhlan T. Cao, PharmD

Ahmed A. Othman, PhD

Jerome L. Fine, PharmD

Maura P. Murphy, PhD

David P. Cline, PhD

Soumi Saha, PharmD

Timothy D. Gladwell, PharmD

Iguade G. Okojie, PharmD

Sachin J. Kamal-Bahl, PhD

Colleen J. Metge, PhD

Steven Yang, PharmD

Lawrence J. Kotey, PharmD

Class of 2008

Sovitj Pou, PharmD

Class of 2007 Aroonjit Jenkosol, PharmD

Sarah K. Nguyen, PharmD

Matthew L. Casciano, PharmD

George C. Voxakis, PharmD

Class of 2000

Oluseyi W. Ogunyankin, PharmD

Christopher W. Cunningham,

Ellen H. Yankellow, PharmD

Franklin W. Blatt, PharmD

Carolyn Petralia, PharmD

PhD

Jason F. Chancey, PharmD

Julie C. Song, PharmD

Kathleen Klemm, PharmD

Class of 1997

Sujin Chang, PharmD

Hamet M. Toure, PharmD

Charles R. Bonapace, PharmD

Deborah J. Ehart, PharmD

Juliette C. Toure, PharmD

Class of 2009

Capt. James L. Bresette,

Suneel Kudaravalli, PharmD

Rebecca L. Ward, PharmD

Dongyi Du, PhD

PharmD

Kaysha R. Lancaster, PharmD

Barbara S. Chong, PharmD

Cherokee L. Layson-Wolf,

Class of 2004

Megha G. Patel, PharmD

Brett L. Dabruzzo, PharmD

PharmD

Stacy R. Boltz, PharmD

Andrea L. Riggins, PharmD

Gina Patrice McKnight-Smith,

Denise D. Petro-Ellis, PharmD

Thu-Trang T. Nguyen, PharmD

Satish C. Valluri, PhD

PharmD

Monica L. Pogue, PharmD

Cynthia O. Owusu-Boaitey,

Karen N. Nguyen, PharmD

Howard L. Robinson Jr., PharmD

PharmD

Class of 2010

Andrea L. Riggins, PharmD

Thomas H. Root, PharmD

Sharon K. Park, PharmD

Erienne N. Burton, PharmD

Craig F. Schaefer, PharmD

Michael J. Steinberg, PharmD

Noha N. Salama, PhD

Denise Fu, PharmD

Gisele M. Sidbury, PharmD

Jung L. Sung, PharmD

Meenu Sharma, PharmD

Whitney N. Hanson, PharmD

JoAnn M. Spearmon, PharmD

Charles D. Taylor Jr., PharmD

Jonathan M. Walton-Roberts,

Emily L. Knapp, PharmD

Liza N. Takiya, PharmD

William Yeboah, PharmD

PharmD

Leah C. Sera, PharmD

Class of 2001

Class of 2005

Class of 1998

Barbara L. Brannan, PharmD

Jason A. Bunting, PharmD

Thomas J. Biles, PharmD

Leroy K. Dunkley, PharmD

Deborah D. DiVecchio, PharmD

Class of 2011

Michelle M. Ceng, PharmD

Daniel A. Farney, PharmD

Louis R. Flowers, MS

William P. Albanese III, PharmD

Harold Chappelear, LLD

Matthew L. Fedowitz, PharmD

Devon M. Flynn, PharmD

Olujimi O. Babatunde, PharmD

(Hon)

Elaina P. Hackworth, PharmD

Pallavi Nithyanandan, PhD

Frank R. Giannandrea, PharmD

Terry L. Davis, PharmD

Renee M. Hilliard, PharmD

Kristine Rapan Parbuoni,

Mario V. Luong, PharmD

Patrick Y. Kamara, PharmD

Dennis M. Killian, PharmD

PharmD

Rachel L. Melnick, PharmD

Jonathan N. Latham, PharmD

Yelee Y. Kim, PharmD

Honesty M. Peltier, PharmD

Sheryl E. Thedford, PharmD

Robin L. Paluskievicz, PharmD

Marlene I. Onyesoh, PharmD

Lisa N. Pitt, PharmD

Lois A. Reynolds, PharmD

Class of 2006

Andrea Lynn Seitzman-Siegel,

Bay-Mao B. Wu, PharmD

Mary Therese Gyi, PharmD

Erin S. Dudley, PharmD

Rodney H. Taylor, PharmD

Xuan Tang Seepolmuang,

PharmD

PharmD

Deanna Tran, PharmD James C. Wang, PharmD

Brian M. Hose, PharmD

Class of 2012

Kimberly D. Wagner, PharmD

Class of 2002

Helen Hsiao, PharmD

Ibrahim T. Ibrahim, PharmD

David M. Yoder, PharmD

Patrice R. Akins, PharmD

Angel N. Jordan, PharmD

Kristina R. Madula, PharmD

Howard K. Besner, PharmD

Angela M. Kaitis, PharmD

Sai C. Nimmagadda, PharmD

Gloria S. Grice, PharmD

Daniel Z. Mansour, PharmD

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Christie A. Staso, PharmD

Naitia M. Nwatu, PharmD

National Health Council

Harris Teeter, Inc.

Alice A. Williams, PharmD

Annette Piotrowski, PharmD

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp.

IMPAQ International, LLC

Henok T. Woldeab, PharmD

Elisabet K. Tassis, PharmD

Pfizer, Inc.

Klein's ShopRite Pharmacies of

PhRMA Foundation

Maryland

Xiao Zhu, PhD Class of 2016

Novartis Matching Gift Center

Class of 2013

Dianna L. Campbell, PharmD

Sponsors

Preston Pharmacy Inc.

Jennifer A. Abernathy, PharmD

Nicole Caprio, PharmD

$1,000-$9,999

Sharpsburg Pharmacy

Dawn E. Andanar, PharmD

Jane Ching, PharmD

AdvaMed

SNC Partners LLC

Youjin Chang, PharmD

Opeoluwa I. Fagbemi, PharmD

Albertsons

The Pfizer Foundation, Inc.

Kellie S. Chew, PharmD

Geoffrey A. Heinzl, PhD

BASF Corp.

Menachem Y. Edelman, PharmD

Violet E. Igwacho, PharmD

Celgene Corp.

GIFTS OF TRIBUTE

Darci J. Eubank, PharmD

Darrell J. Orr, MS

CVS Health Foundation

The School of Pharmacy received

Alexa J. Havrilko, PharmD

YeSeul Yoo, PharmD

Exxon Mobil Foundation

the following gifts of tribute for

Hana Kim, PharmD

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

the individuals listed below:

Una Kim, PharmD

GIVING BY CORPORATIONS

Fink's Pharmacy

In Honor Of:

Christian Lee, PharmD

AND FOUNDATIONS

Galeese Realty, LLC

Alfred Abramson, BSP

International Society for

Ralph N. Blomster, PhD

Janet Y. Lee, PharmD Jeffrey S. Mrowczynski, PharmD

Patrons

Pharmacoeconomics &

Nicole J. Brandt, PharmD

Andrew V. Phan, PharmD

$100,000 +

Outcomes Research

Linda Simoni-Wastila, PhD

Tye D. Souders, PharmD

Certara, L.P.

Merck Grant Program

Jackie Tran, PharmD

Merck & Co. Inc.

National Community Pharmacists

Eric T. Wong, PharmD

The Schwab Fund for Charitable

Elaine Yip, PharmD

Giving

National Council for Prescription

David E. Banks, BSP

Yvette A. Beakes, PharmD

Class of 2014

Benefactors

Northern Pharmacy & Medical

James P. Cragg Jr., BSP

Adenike I. Atanda, PharmD

$50,000-$99,999

Equipment

Stephen T. David, PhD

Brittany R. Avaritt, PharmD

MedStar Health

PharmCon, Inc.

Donald O. Fedder, DrPH, BSP

Anthony T. Cacek, MS

Springer Science + Business

Professional Pharmacy

Melvin G. Kitt, BSP

Michelle L. Campbell, PhD

Rite Aid Corp.

Ralph Quarles Sr.

Media LLC-NJ

John P. Dolan, PharmD

Association Foundation Drug Programs Foundation

Bruce Stuart, PhD In Memory Of:

Romadka Family LTD Partnership

Sally Van Doren, PharmD

Bonnie X. Li-MacDonald, PharmD

Associates

RTI Health Solutions

Thomas G. Williams Sr., PharmD

Nirvana A. Maharaj, PharmD

$25,000-$49,999

SuperValu

Jun Zhang, PhD

American Chemical Society

Walgreens

Pharmaceutical Research and Class of 2015

Brittany M. Harris, PharmD

Samuel Waxman Cancer

Alpha Zeta Omega Kappa

Sheila Hwe, PharmD

Chapter

Manufacturers of America Research Foundation

Jinani C. Jayasekera-Devadoss,

Contributors Up To $999

Benevity Community Impact

PhD

Affiliates

Fund

Kyung M. Koo, PharmD

$10,000-$24,999

Brookneal Drug Co.

Richard F. Korecky, PharmD

AbbVie, Inc.

Correct Rx Pharmacy Services,

Vicky Kuo, PharmD

ASHP Foundation

Inc.

Alexandra L. McPherson, PharmD

Baltimore Community

Good Shepherd Preschool

Barbrakaryne N. Nchinda Fobi,

Foundation

Gordon/Shaughnessy Fund

PharmD

Hanson Research Corp.

Harold L. Frank, DDS, PC

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This is a listing of gifts received from July 1, 2016, to June 30, 2017. We have made every effort to provide a complete and accurate listing of donors and gifts. If we have made an error or omission, please accept our sincere apology and contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at 410-706-5893 or ggriffith@rx.umaryland.edu so that we may correct our records.

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