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2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT


LEADERSHIP Dean Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, BSP, FAAPS, FCP Senior Associate Dean for Administration and Finance William J. Cooper, MBA Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Richard Dalby, PhD Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education Peter Swaan, PhD Associate Dean for Student Affairs Jill Morgan, PharmD, BCPS Assistant Dean at the Universities at Shady Grove Heather Brennan Congdon, PharmD, CACP, CDE

CENTERS Center for Drug Safety Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner, PharmD, BCPS, CDE, Director Center for Nanomedicine and Cellular Delivery Peter Swaan, PhD, Director Anjan Nan, PhD, Co-Director Center for Translational Medicine Joga Gobburu, PhD, MBA, FCP, 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

Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs Lisa Lebovitz, JD

Maryland Poison Center Bruce D. Anderson, PharmD, Director

Assistant Dean for Instructional Design and Technology Shannon Tucker, MS

Peter Lamy Center on Drug Therapy and Aging Bruce C. Stuart, PhD, Executive Director

Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Andrew Coop, PhD

Pharmaceutical Research Computing center Gail Rattinger, PharmD, PhD, Director

Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner, PharmD, BCPS, CDE Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research Ilene Zuckerman, PharmD, PhD

The Honor Roll of Donors for July 1, 2010, to June 30, 2011, will appear in the Summer 2012 issue of Capsule magazine.


KEY FACTS ACADEMIC PROGRAMS PHARMD PROGRAM 633 Total enrollment 161 Entering class 89% With baccalaureate 20-48 Age range of first-year students 25 Average age of first-year students 65/35% Female/male ratio across all four years Ethnicity across all four years: 44.5% Asian 40.6% Caucasian 10.3% African-American 1.6% Hispanic 0.5% American Indian 0.2% Pacific Islander 2.3% No response PHD PROGRAMS 65 Total enrollment Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research 25 Students 52/48% Female/Male Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences 40 Students 54/46% Female/Male ACADEMIC TRAINING 44 Postdoctoral fellows 8 Residents

FACULTY 81 10 61 709

Full-time faculty Part-time faculty Affiliate faculty Preceptor faculty

STAFF 65

Administrative, business, development and alumni affairs, experiential learning, human resources, communications and marketing, student affairs, and faculty support

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Technical, research staff, postdoctoral fellows, and teaching assistants

SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY 54 8 315 70 415

Principal investigators Published books Refereed works published Non-refereed works published Papers presented

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 125 1,573 53 28 334 288

Review panels Manuscripts read/reviewed Editors/Associate editors Officeholders Departmental committees Total days in public service

EMPLOYMENT SURVEYS Job Placements for the Class of 2011 45% Community/chain 30% Residency/fellowship 7% Hospital 3% Community/independent 12.9% Unknown 1.4% Public health service and academia 0.7% Pharmaceutical industry

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FINANCIALS SOURCES OF OPERATING REVENUES SUPPORTING THE SCHOOL Gifts $1,930,600

FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011

Net General Appropriation and Tuition and Fees $20,322,662

Total source of funds $47,540,009

This report is an unaudited presentation of revenues supporting the School.

Grants and Contract Awards and Designated Research Initiative Funds $17,151,699

Auxiliary and Misc. $3,210,002

Grants and Contract Awards and Designated Research Initiative Funds $16,946,313

Gifts $1,717,248

Federal Funds $13,316 Scholarships, Fellowships, and Endowments $1,199,979

Campus-Funded Fringe Benefits $3,711,751

FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 Total source of funds $44,090,988 This report is an unaudited presentation of revenues supporting the School.

Net General Appropriation and Tuition and Fees $17,576,713

Auxiliary and Misc. $2,995,273 Scholarships, Fellowships, and Endowments $1,114,781

Federal Funds $13,316 Campus-Funded Fringe Benefits $3,727,344

FAIR MARKET VALUE OF ENDOWMENTS $15,864,254 $13,947,800 $12,529,742

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NEW FACULTY

Sandeep Devabhakthuni, PharmD, BCPS Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science After completing biomedical engineering and Doctor of Pharmacy programs at the University of Pittsburgh, Devabhakthuni completed a pharmacy practice residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center and a cardiology/critical care specialty pharmacy residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. As a clinical pharmacy specialist at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Devabhakthuni works with the primary cardiology and medical intensive care services. His current research interests include medication safety, implementation of human patient simulation in pharmacy curriculum, anticoagulation management, and sedation. Devabhakthuni has obtained board certification in pharmacotherapy. Joga Gobburu, PhD, MBA, FCP Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Gobburu is a world-renowned scientific leader in the area of quantitative disease models and their application to decisions. He is best known for transforming the field of pharmacometrics across the world into a decision-supporting science. Gobburu obtained a BPharm and an MSc in chemistry from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science in Pilani, India, in 1992. He earned a PhD in pharmaceutical sciences from North Dakota State University in 1996 and completed two postdoctoral fellowships, one at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York; and another at the Center for Drug Development Science, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., and the Food and Drug Administration. Most recently, he received an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. Amy Ives, PharmD ’93, BCPS Affiliate Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science Ives received her bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from Rutgers University. After completing a general practice residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, she went on to earn her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Ives practices as a clinical pharmacy specialist in critical care at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center, where she has worked for 16 years. During her tenure at the VA, Ives developed the PGY1 residency program and served as director of the program for seven years. She also has practiced in the Anticoagulation Clinic and has served as research advisor for numerous PGY1 residency projects focusing on medication safety issues. At the School of Pharmacy, she handles responsibilities for the Abilities Labs at the Universities at Shady Grove. Pedro Lopes, PhD Research Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Lopes received a degree in chemical engineering from the Instituto Superior Tecnico in Lisbon, Portugal, and a PhD in computational chemistry from ITQB/New University of Lisbon. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in computational chemistry and biology at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. He worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for one year. Prior to becoming faculty, Lopes was a research associate at the School of Pharmacy. His research focuses on computer-aided drug design and the application and development of molecular modeling techniques for the study of systems of biological relevance. UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF PHARMACY | ANNUAL REPORT 2010-2011

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NEW FACULTY Kathleen Pincus, PharmD ’09, BCPS Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science An alumna of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Pincus completed her pharmacy practice residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center and her pharmacotherapy specialty residency at the School of Pharmacy. Pincus is working with the University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine to develop a clinical pharmacy practice as part of a patient-centered medical home pilot program. Her research interests are in chronic disease state management and defining the role of the pharmacist in the patient-centered medical home. Audra Stinchcomb, PhD Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Stinchcomb received her PhD from the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, and completed her postdoctoral studies at the University of California, San Francisco before joining the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences as an assistant professor. She subsequently moved to the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy in 2001. Stinchcomb is the founder of AllTranz, a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on novel drug delivery methodologies. Her research program is focused on transdermal and topical drug delivery, specifically applied to neuroactive drugs. She is also an expert in dermal metabolism and the effects of the adsorption of environmental toxins across the skin. Patrick Wintrode, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Wintrode received his PhD in biophysics from Johns Hopkins University. After postdoctoral fellowships at the California Institute of Technology and the University of Nebraska, he joined the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at Case Western Reserve University as an assistant professor. Wintrode uses mass spectrometry to probe macromolecular structure, dynamics, and interactions of proteins. His research on the physical mechanisms of action of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase and the serine protease inhibitors provides critical understanding of the function and dysfunction of these proteins in disease. Marcia Worley, PhD, RPh Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science and Director of Research, Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions Worley received her bachelor’s degrees in behavioral neuroscience and pharmacy from the University of Pittsburgh and her master’s degree and PhD in pharmacy administration from Ohio State University and the University of Minnesota, respectively. She comes to the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy from a tenured faculty and department head position at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy. Her practice-based research focuses on investigating patient medication use behaviors and outcomes in the context of pharmacist-patient relationships and evaluating pharmacists’ roles in emerging health care models. She has published results from her research in peer-reviewed journals and has presented her research at numerous professional and scientific meetings. She has received teaching awards in the PharmD curriculum at the

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University of Minnesota, where she was also actively involved in teaching and mentoring graduate students. Worley serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for the journal Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. Currently, she is serving as chair-elect (2011-2012) for the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science, Economic, Social and Administrative Sciences (ESAS) section. She will serve as ESAS chair during the upcoming 2012-2013 term. Fengtian Xue, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Xue received his PhD in chemistry from Brown University. He then joined the Silverman Research Group as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Chemistry at Northwestern University, where he led a group of scientists in a National Institutes of Health project called “Inhibitors of the neuronal nitric oxide synthase as drug candidates for neurodegenerative diseases.� From 2009 to 2011, Xue worked as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette. At the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, his research focuses on design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of small molecule therapeutics for the treatment of important human diseases including traumatic brain injury, neurodegenerative disorders, and infectious diseases.

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS (July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011) DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH (PHSR) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

RANK/TITLE

Lynette Bradley-Baker Assistant Professor William Culpepper II

PROJECT TITLE

SPONSOR NAME

Henry C. Welcome Fellowship

Maryland Higher Education Commission

Research Assistant VA-IPA Assignment Professor

PROJECT TOTAL

$5,000

Veterans Affairs $98,281 Headquarters

Amy Davidoff Research Associate Professor

Patient Performance Status: Prediction Model Development and Validation

National Cancer Institute

$168,750

Amy Davidoff Research Associate Professor

Comparative Effectiveness: Erythropoietic Stimulating Agents in Treatment of MDS

National Cancer Institute

$447,924

Amy Davidoff Research Associate Professor

Supplemental Medical and Drug Insurance and Cancer Related Spending

American Cancer Society (National Affiliate)

$222,005

Amy Davidoff Research Associate Professor

Insurance Coverage and Specialty Drug Use in Medicare Beneficiaries with Cancer

GlaxoSmithKline

Susan dosReis Associate Professor

CMS Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act Quality Demonstration Grant MOU

Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Susan dosReis Associate Professor

Comparative Safety of Atypical Antipsychotics in High-Risk U.S. Children with ADHD

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

$99,185

$86,670

$19,010

C. Daniel Mullins Professor Cost Study of Linezolid Versus Pfizer Inc. Vancomycin Among Hospitalized Patients

$235,224

C. Daniel Mullins Professor

Do Bayesian Adaptive Trials National Heart, Lung, Offer Advantages for Comparative and Blood Institute Effectiveness Research?

$657,961

C. Daniel Mullins Professor

The Value of Atorvastatin Over the Product Life Cycle

Pfizer Inc.

$84,000

C. Daniel Mullins Professor

Interpreting Instrumental Variable Estimates When Treatment Effects are Heterogeneous Across Patients: ACE/ARBs and Race

University of Iowa

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$70,152

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C. Daniel Mullins Professor

Colorectal Cancer Comparative Effectiveness Research

Eberechukwu Research Assistant UM Multidisciplinary Clinical Onukwugha Professor Research Career Development Program

Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals National Center for Research Resources

$254,964

$27,000

Eberechukwu Research Assistant Onukwugha Professor

Quality of Care: The Impact of St. Joseph Medical Center $192,000 Multidisciplinary Care on Processes & Outcomes of Cancer Care

Eberechukwu Research Assistant Onukwugha Professor

Prostate Cancer SEER-Medicare: Bayer HealthCare Health Economics and Pharmaceuticals Outcomes Research

Francis Palumbo Professor

Issues Related to Immunogenic Sanofi-Aventis U.S. Inc. Responses to Follow-on Biologics and Biosimilars

Francoise Pradel Associate Professor

Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework (MSPF) Process and Outcome Evaluation

Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Fadia Shaya Professor

Treatment Selection and CER of Liver Cancer Treatment

Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals

Linda Simoni-Wastila Professor Housing First Program Evaluation Baltimore City Health Department Linda Simoni-Wastila Professor

Benchmarking Psychopharma- Abt Associates cological Medication Quality Indicators in Medicare Beneficiaries Residing in Long-Term Care Facilities

Linda Simoni-Wastila Professor

State Epidemiology Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW)

Bruce Stuart Parke-Davis Chair of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy

Impact of Benefit Design, Cost GlaxoSmithKline Sharing, and Utilization Management within the Medicare Part D Benefit

Bruce Stuart

Parke-Davis Chair NACDS Medication Therapy of Geriatric Management and Medication Pharmacotherapy Adherence

$251,558

$150,000

$71,670

$335,307

$71,922

$200,052

Maryland Department of $250,000 Health and Mental Hygiene

National Association of Chain Drug Stores

Hoai-An Truong Assistant Professor Program Planning, Implementation, Maryland Department of and Evaluation for Various Alcohol Health and Mental Hygiene and Drug Abuse Administration Initiatives UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF PHARMACY | ANNUAL REPORT 2010-2011

$186,532

$110,263

$1,719

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS Sheila Weiss Smith Professor

NCI-Intergovernmental Personnel Act Assignment

National Cancer Institute

$41,275

Sheila Weiss Smith Professor

Protocol for Risperidone Pharmacovigilance Study

Sheller, P.C.

$67,248

Ilene Zuckerman Professor and Chair

Impact of ICU Best Practices on Mortality & Length of Stay; Effect of Etomidate on ICU Mortality in Sepsis

Philips Healthcare, Patient Monitoring and Informatics

Ilene Zuckerman Professor and Chair

Novartis Postdoctoral Fellowship Novartis Pharmaceuticals in PHSR Corp.

Total PHSR

$249,710

$97,500

$4,752,882

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY PRACTICE AND SCIENCE (PPS) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

PROJECT TITLE

SPONSOR NAME

Bruce Anderson Associate Professor

RANK/TITLE

Surveillance of the RADARS Systems by Poison Control Centers: A Pilot Program

Denver Health and Hospital Authority

PROJECT TOTAL

$27,799

Bruce Anderson Associate Professor

Avon Products—Maryland Poison Center Renewal

Avon Products, Inc.

$22,663

Bruce Anderson

Associate Professor

Baxter Health Care Agreement

Baxter Health Care Corp.

Bruce Anderson

Associate Professor

Combe After-Hours Support

Combe, Inc.

Bruce Anderson Associate Professor

Medicaid-Maryland Poison Center Contract

Maryland Department of $341,926 Health and Mental Hygiene

Bruce Anderson Associate Professor

Enhanced Toxidromic Surveillance Using Poison Center Data

Maryland Department of $50,000 Health and Mental Hygiene

Bruce Anderson Associate Professor

Poison Control Stabilization and Enhancement Program

Health Resources and Services Administration

Lauren Angelo Assistant Professor

Facilitating the Implementation of Medication Therapy Management Services in Community Pharmacy

American Foundation for $25,000 Pharmaceutical Education

$9,001 $41,788

$330,782

Kenneth Bauer Jr. Associate Professor Assessment of the SNBL Clinical Pharmacology $13,697 Pharmacokinetics of Ascending Center, Inc. Doses of Sanguinate in Healthy Volunteers 8

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Kenneth Bauer Jr. Associate Professor

Assessment of the Pharmacokinetics of Cargill Sweetener After Oral Administration in Healthy Male Subjects

SNBL Clinical Pharmacology $17,279 Center, Inc.

Kenneth Bauer Jr. Associate Professor

Review and Comment for SNBL SNBL Clinical Pharmacology $2,091 Protocol TRZ-001 Center, Inc.

Nicole Brandt Associate Professor

Medication Therapy Management Econometrica, Inc. Program Improvements

Lisa Charneski Associate Professor Innovative Pharmacotherapy Services Bethany DiPaula Associate Professor Springfield Hospital Center - Pharmacy Services

Suburban Hospital

Thomas Dowling Associate Professor Collection of Serum Samples from Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

Food & Drug Administration

Cherokee Layson-Wolf Associate Professor Catonsville Pharmacy Resident Training Program for PGY1 Community Pharmacy Practice Residency

Catonsville Pharmacy

$150,850

$50,128

Maryland Department of $1,314,541 Health and Mental Hygiene $28,000

$38,109

Cherokee Layson-Wolf Associate Professor

Pharmacists in Advocacy and American Society of $25,036 Immunizer Roles (PAIR): Meas- Health-System Pharmacists uring the Impact on Health Care Worker Influenza Immunization Rates

Raymond Love Professor

Spring Grove Hospital Center - Pharmacy Services

Raymond Love Professor

MHA - Centralized Administration Maryland Department of $509,871 of Pharmacy Project Health and Mental Hygiene

Raymond Love Professor

Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center - Maryland Department of $499,019 Pharmacy Services Health and Mental Hygiene

Maryland Department of $1,431,419 Health and Mental Hygiene

Raymond Love Professor Upper and Eastern Shore Hospital Center - Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of $446,636 Health and Mental Hygiene

Raymond Love Professor

Thomas B. Finan Center - Pharmacy Services

Maryland Department of $45,982 Health and Mental Hygiene

Magaly Rodriguez Professor and Chair de Bittner

Maryland P3 Diabetes Management Program

Maryland Department of $250,000 Health and Mental Hygiene

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS Magaly Rodriguez Professor and Chair Clinical Pharmacy Service de Bittner

Maryland Department of $143,733 Health and Mental Hygiene

Magaly Rodriguez Professor and Chair MedStar Health FY 09-FY 11 de Bittner

MedStar Health Research $78,085 Institute

Magaly Rodriguez Professor and Chair de Bittner

Intergovernmental Personnel Act Agreement

Baltimore VA Medical Center

$47,222

Meghan Sullivan

Wellness Prevention Program

Safeway, Inc

$56,880

James Trovato Associate Professor

Safety of Biologics Used in Cancer Care

National Cancer Institute

$13,807

Mona Tsoukleris Associate Professor

Pediatric Asthma Feedback and Alert System

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

$11,950

Total PPS

$6,023,294

SPONSOR NAME

PROJECT TOTAL

Assistant Professor

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (PSC) PROJECT INVESTIGATOR

RANK/TITLE

PROJECT TITLE

Brittany Avaritt Graduate Student AFPE Predoctoral Fellowship

American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education

Andrew Coop Professor and Chair

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Richard Dalby

Opioids with Delta Antagonist and Mu Agonist Activity

$6,000

$318,306

Professor and Spacer & Nebulizer Development Philips Home Healthcare Associate Dean Solutions

$80,000

Steven Fletcher Assistant Professor Toward Anticancer Therapeutics: American Association Antagonism of the Bak-Bcl-xL of Colleges of Pharmacy Complex by Synthetic Alpha-Helix Mimetics of Varying Backbone Curvatures

$10,000

Stephen Hoag Professor

Approach to the Understanding National Institute for $67,453 and Predicting Excipient Pharmaceutical Technology Properties and Functionality and Education

Stephen Hoag Professor Development of Abuse and Overdose Minimizing Dosage Forms

Maryland Industrial Partnerships

$70,000

Stephen Hoag Professor

Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group

$35,498

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Stephen Hoag

Professor

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Pimonidazole HCl Capsule Filling Hypoxyprobe Inc. Extensible Cyberenvironments National Science for Empirical and Semiempirical Foundation Hamiltonian Parameter Optimization and Dissemination

$8,495 $140,045

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Program for Therapeutic Targeting Joan & Sanford I. Weill Professor of Transcriptional Repression Medical College of Cornell University

$63,059

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Alexander MacKerell Jr.

Grollman-Glick Discovery of Novel Macrolide Professor Antibiotics

Temple University

$67,666

Grollman-Glick Professor

Polarizable Force Field for Proteins and Lipids

University of Chicago

$158,778

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Carbohydrate Force Fields for Structure, Dynamics, and Molecular Recognition

National Institute of $590,640 General Medical Sciences

Alexander MacKerell Jr. Grollman-Glick Professor

Energetics of Oligonucleotide Conformational Heterogeneity

National Institute of $300,000 General Medical Sciences

James Polli Shangraw/Noxell Endowed Chair

Pharmacokinetic Studies of Epileptic Drugs: Evaluation of Brand and Generic Antiepileptic Drug Products in Patients

Food and Drug Administration

Ashley Ringer Postdoctoral Fellow

Validating Polarizability Models National Institute of in Macromolecular Force Fields: General Medical Sciences The Stark Effect

$48,398

Gerald Rosen

Arginase Inhibition in Control of Bacillus Anthracis

$70,000

Isaac E. Emerson Professor

Maryland Industrial Partnerships

$395,776

Wanli Smith Assistant Professor Synphilin-1 and Obesity

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

$401,500

Peter Swaan Professor and Structural Biology of the Apical Associate Dean Bile Acid Transporter

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

$315,563

Peter Swaan Professor and Center for Nanomedicine to Associate Dean Support Research into New Nanoconstructs

U.S. Department of Energy

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF PHARMACY | ANNUAL REPORT 2010-2011

$486,000

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GRANTS AND CONTRACT AWARDS Peter Swaan Professor and Associate Dean

Molecular Organization of the Organic Cation-Proton Exchanger, MATE1

University of Arizona

$25,000

Antonia Tolson Graduate Student

Function of Methadone in Metabolic and Pharmacokinetic- Based Drug Interactions

National Institute on Drug Abuse

$25,668

Sudha Veeraraghavan Associate Professor

Structural Biology of Gaseous Messenger Signaling

National Institute of $288,270 General Medical Sciences

Pamela Voulalas Research Assistant Professor

Gestation Alters Efflux Transporter Activity and Drug Delivery to the Brain

Epilepsy Foundation of America

$63,000

Hongbing Wang Associate Professor

Mechanistic Studies on Direct CAR Activation

BASF SE

$15,000

Jia Bei Wang Professor

Development of I-THP as New Medication for Drug Addiction

National Institute on Drug Abuse

$750,000

Angela Wilks Professor Heme Oxygenase: Structure, Function, and Pathogenesis

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

$300,000

Angela Wilks Professor

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

$375,000

National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

$356,068

Structure-Function of the Shigella Dysenteriae Heme Uptake Operon (shu)

Bruce Yu Associate Professor Engineering Peptide-Based Biomaterials

Bruce Yu Associate Professor Novel Fluorophores for Molecular University of Texas and Cellular Imaging Health Science Center Dallas

$67,500

Total PSC $5,898,683

DEPARTMENT TOTALS

Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research

$4,752,882

Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science

$6,023,294

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

$5,898,683

SCHOOL TOTAL

$16,674,859

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BOARD OF VISITORS John H. Balch, BSP ’68, RPh President, PharmaCare of Cumberland, Option Care of Cumberland

William T. Popomaronis, BSP ’78 Vice President Long Term/Home Health Care Pharmacy Services National Community Pharmacists Association

Michael Beatrice, PhD ’01, MS Corporate Vice President, Regulatory and Quality Science Abbott Laboratories

Bruce Roberts, RPh President and CEO BeneCard Prescription Benefit Facilitator

David Blake, PhD ’66 President DAB Consulting, LLC

Hon. David D. Rudolph, EdD, MEd Maryland House of Delegates

Albert Brzeczko, PhD ’90 Vice President, Technical Affairs Acura Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Harold E. Chappelear, DSC ’98, RPh, LLD (Hon.) Principal InternaSource, LLC Felix Gyi, PharmD, MBA, BSP ’83, CIP, RAC CEO Chesapeake Research Review, Inc. Mark A. Levi, BSP ’70, PD Principal Levi LLC Gina McKnight-Smith, PharmD ’97, MBA, CGP, BCPS Clinical Coordinator Maryland Provider Synergies David G. Miller, BSP ’85, RPh Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists Robert G. Pinco, BSP, JD Senior Counsel Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC

Jermaine Smith, RPh Director, College Relations and Professional Recruitment Rite Aid Pharmacy Alex Taylor, BSP ’76 Chief, Division of Clinical Services Maryland Medicaid Sally Van Doren, PharmD ’85 President and CEO BioSoteria, Inc. George C. Voxakis, PharmD ’96, BSP ’58 President American Liberty Financial Services, Inc. Ellen H. Yankellow, PharmD ’96, BSP ’73, Chair President and CEO Correct Rx Pharmacy Services, Inc.

Becky Ceraul Director, Communications and Marketing School of Pharmacy Chris Zang Managing Editor Office of Communications and Public Affairs Julie Bower Graphic Designer Office of Communications and Public Affairs Special thanks to the following contributors: Nancy Bowers, William Cooper, Lisa Lebovitz, Jill Morgan, and Alicia Walters

Produced by the Office of Communications and Public Affairs, 2012


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