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Research Projects

Pharmacy Practice Residency - Research Projects

Goal 

To provide the resident with the experience of developing, conducting, and presenting a formal piece of research.


Objectives 

  1. To identify and select a project and preceptor by the established deadline 
  2. To submit a written project proposal according to the established deadlines 
  3. To obtain IRB approval from the appropriate institution(s) 
  4. To complete the project according to the established timeline 
  5. To present the completed project to the faculty, staff, and other residents 
  6. To present the completed project at a state or national pharmacy meeting 
  7. To publish the project results (optional, but highly encouraged)

List of Potential Preceptors and Specialty

  • Bill Brown, PharmD - Pediatric Oncology
  • Diana Cao, PharmD, BCPS - Internal Medicine
  • Rebecca Cheung,PharmD, BCPS - Cardiology
  • Jack Chen, PharmD, BCPS - Neurology
  • Nancy Chang, PharmD - Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Mike Coronado, PharmD - Nutrition
  • Linda Davis, PharmD - Smoking Cessation
  • Diana Deandrea, PharmD - Psychiatry
  • Kofi Donkor, PharmD - Adult Oncology Infusion Center
  • Naomi Florea, PharmD - Infectious Disease
  • Steve Forland, PharmD - Infectious Disease
  • Nanette Gamzon, PharmD - Pediatric Oncology Ambulatory Care
  • Norm Hamada, PharmD - Administration
  • Elvin Hernandez, DrPH - Public Health, Social Behavioral Pharmacy
  • Christopher Hauschild, PharmD - Cardiology
  • Huy Le, PharmD - Surgical Intensive Care Unit
  • LaDonna Oelschlaeger, PharmD - Academia, Internal Medicine
  • Kathy Ou, PharmD - Ambulatory Care, Anticoagulation Clinic
  • Jocelyn Yamzon, PharmD - Ambulatory Care, Asthma
  • Kyle Miller, PharmD - Emergency Medicine
  • Rashid Mosavin, PhD, MBA - Health Outcomes, Pharmacoeconomics
  • Lee Nguyen, PharmD, BCPS - Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease
  • Michelle Spencer-Safir, PharmD - Adult Oncology
  • Javad Tafreshi, PharmD, BCPS - AQ Cardiology
  • Mohammed Ghonim, PharmD - Administration
  • Tania Stewart, PharmD - Oncology
  • Robert Tan, PharmD - Cardiac Transplant
  • Huyentran Tran, PharmD - Cardiology
  • Kim-Wah Wan, RPh - Neonatal Intensive Care
  • Desiree Wallace, PharmD - Investigational Drugs
  • Jill Weissman, PharmD - Pancreas, Liver, Kidney Transplant
  • Alvin Yau, PharmD - Medicine Intensive Care Unit
  • Phipson Wu, PharmD, BCPS - Drug Information
  • Farnoosh Zough, PharmD - Internal Medicine

Timeline

  • August – September – Select a research topic and preceptor 
  • October – November – Complete the IRB approval process 
  • December – March – Complete data collection
  • February – Submit abstract to Western States Residency Conference
  • April – Present completed project to faculty, staff, students, residents
  • May – Present completed project at Western States Conference 
  • June – Prepare manuscript in complete format for publication in a journal and submit to the Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice