2007 Annual Report - College of Pharmacy - The Ohio State University

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2007 Annual Report - College of Pharmacy - The Ohio State University

Dr. Robert W. Brueggemeier

Dean, College of Pharmacy

Executive Publications Editor

brueggemeier.1@osu.edu

Dr. Sylvan Frank

Associate Dean for

Professional Programs

frank.1@osu.edu

Dr. William Hayton

Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research

and Interim Pharmaceutics Chair

hayton.1@osu.edu

Dr. Kenneth Hale

Assistant Dean for Professional

and External Affairs

hale.3@osu.edu

Dr. Katherine Kelley

Assistant Dean for Assessment

and Accreditation

kelley.168@osu.edu

Dr. Tom Li

Medical Chemistry and

Pharmacognosy Chair

li.27@osu.edu

Dr. Milap Nahata

Pharmacy Practice and

Administration Chair

nahata.1@osu.edu

Dr. Lane Wallace

Pharmacology Chair

wallace.8@osu.edu

Shannon Weiher

Director of Development

weiher.2@osu.edu

Lou Marcy

Director of Alumni Affairs

marcy.1@osu.edu

Barbara Hegler

Publication Editor

hegler.2@osu.edu

Mike Conrad

Graphic Design

Conrad Graphic Design

mconrad@columbus.rr.com

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of

the information included in this report. If an error has

been made, we apologize and encourage you to

contact us at (614) 688-3643.

Photos courtesy of Jonathan Gladden and Brad Stansell

Table of Contents

Welcome from Dean Robert W. Brueggemeier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

Vision and Mission Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

Education and Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Doctor of Pharmacy Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Entry-Level PharmD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Non-Traditional PharmD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Combined PharmD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Undergraduate Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Bachelor of Science in the Pharmaceutical Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Graduate Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Pharmacy Practice and Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Pharmaceutical Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Summary of Student Enrollment and Graduates, 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18

Faculty Awards and Recognitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Faculty National Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Divison of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Division of Pharmaceutics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

Division of Pharmacology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Department of Pharmacy, The OSU Medical Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26

Administrative and Professional Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

Research and Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

List of Faculty Publications, 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

Grants Awarded 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

Alumni Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47

Pharmacy Alumni Society Governing Board Roster 2006-2007 . . . . . . . .48

Outreach and Engagement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50

Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52

College of Pharmacy Honor Roll, Donors 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53

Dean’s Corporate Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59

College Financial Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60


Welcome

Our academic, educational, research, and

outreach activities described in this 2006-2007

report are abundant and exceptional. These

accomplishments are reflections of the high quality

faculty, students, researchers, staff and alumni of the

College. Our PharmD programs in the College are

vibrant and strong. We have 460 PharmD students

enrolled in the entry-level program, and 86 students

are enrolled in our nontraditional PharmD (NTPD)

program. The College’s programming for

undergraduate students has never been stronger in

the BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences program, with

479 students enrolled as majors in Autumn Quarter

2006. Our graduate programs in the College of

Pharmacy continue the tradition of excellence, with

97 students enrolled in the areas of medicinal

Dean Robert W. Brueggemeier

chemistry and pharmacognosy, pharmaceutics,

pharmacology, and pharmaceutical administration. The total number of students

enrolled in the College during the 2006-2007 academic year was 1,122, and the

faculty and staff have responded in an exemplary fashion to this largest

enrollment in the College’s history.

Excellent disciplinary research and exciting interdisciplinary research in drug

discovery, drug action, drug delivery, drug development, medication safety, and

therapeutic outcomes are being led by our faculty. Faculty, PharmD students, and

residents engage in training and delivery of therapeutic services in various area

hospitals, clinics, ambulatory/community practice settings, and exciting

innovative practice models of medication therapy management. Stimulating

outreach and engagement activities by faculty, students, and staff occur at the

regional, national, and international levels. Our Alumni Society continues its

outstanding work to support the College’s

students and faculty, and the advisory groups

provide important feedback on the College’s

initiatives and directions. Our collective

efforts maintain The Ohio State University

College of Pharmacy among the top

pharmacy schools in the nation. This issue of

our College annual report highlights this past

year’s accomplishments, and I hope you find

the report to be interesting and insightful.

Sincerely,

Robert W. Brueggemeier, Ph.D.

Dean and Professor

College of Pharmacy

The Ohio State University

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Vision and Mission Statements

Our Mission:

The overall mission of the College of Pharmacy is to improve

medications and medication-related health outcomes for the

people of Ohio and the global community through our teaching,

through our research and through our service. The College will

provide high quality education in the pharmaceutical sciences

and pharmacy practice to professional, undergraduate, graduate

and postgraduate students through teaching, research, practice

and related service activities including outreach and engagement.

Our Core Values:

We value innovation, teaching, learning and the advancement

and sharing of knowledge.

We value research and its application toward improving the use

of medications in society.

We value patient-centered pharmacy services and professionalism.

We value our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends.

We value diversity in all of its forms.

Our Overarching Goal:

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy will be among

the world’s truly great institutions of pharmacy education.

Our Vision and Indicators of Success:

We envision The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy as

being among the top ranked institutions of pharmacy education

in the world. This vision encompasses a robust pharmaceutical

science and clinical research enterprise with emphases in

interdisciplinary scholarship. Our faculty will be viewed as leaders

in the discovery, development, delivery and use of

drugs, which will translate into innovations in health

care. We will prepare an outstanding cadre of

graduate-research students who are fully engaged in

our educational and research enterprises. We will offer

a strong patient-centered, evidence-based curriculum

for our graduate-professional students which develops

exceptional medication therapy specialists. Our

combined degree programs will be viewed as

hallmarks of excellence. We expect to lead the country

in post-doctoral residency and fellowship training. We will offer

high quality undergraduate education enhanced through didactic,

research and extracurricular experiences. Our student services will

be regarded as a model within the University. Through

partnerships in outreach and engagement, we will effectively

translate our scholarship toward improving health outcomes for

the people of Ohio and beyond. Our alumni will be viewed as

leaders in pharmacy practice, in pharmaceutical science, and

within their communities.

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Education and Academics

The outstanding academic programs in the College of Pharmacy experienced

continued growth and enhancement during the 2006-2007 academic year. These

degree programs include the graduate professional Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)

programs, the undergraduate BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences, and graduate MS and

PhD programs.

Doctor of Pharmacy Programs

Pharmacists place an emphasis on medication therapy

management, a patient-focused orientation to pharmacy practice,

which entails a shared responsibility between the patient,

pharmacist, and other health care professionals toward achieving

positive therapeutic outcomes. The

Entry-Level PharmD (ELPD)

program prepares students

for licensure as a

pharmacist and

prepares them to

embrace this

mission of a

patient-focused

orientation. The

program consists

of four years of study. Three years of

didactic course work cover principles

of pharmaceutical, administrative, and

clinical sciences, with some pharmacy

Figure 1: Positions accepted by

2007 PharmD Graduates

practice experiences included in the first

and third years. The fourth year is devoted

to full-time professional experience.

The Non-Traditional Doctor of Pharmacy Program (NTPD), a distance

learning program, provides licensed pharmacists at the baccalaureate level the

opportunity to enhance their skills and earn the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The

first NTPD class entered in January, 2001, and the final class was admitted January,

2007. At the end of 2006/2007 academic year seventy-two Doctor of Pharmacy

degrees had been earned by students in the NTPD program. As of July 2007 there

were ninety-five active students in the program.

The inter-professional combined degree programs in the College, the

PharmD/Master in Business Administration (PharmD/MBA) and the

PharmD/Master in Public Health (PharmD/MPH), complete our graduate

professional programs.

Sylvan Frank

Associate Dean

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In Autumn 2006 we admitted 117 PharmD students from an impressive pool of

955 applicants. We continue to draw the highest quality students. This group boasts

a mean GPA of 3.6, a mean composite PCAT score of 85th percentile and 75%

held academic degrees (48% of the group completed pre-pharmacy studies at OSU).

This P-1 class is comprised of 69% female, 66% from the State of Ohio, and 19%

from minority-presence groups.

Student financial aid awarded to our students increased this year by 14% in 2006

to $13,614,947. Our 3rd Annual Endowed Scholarship Donors and Student

Recipient Reception acknowledged our generous

scholarship donors and brought them together with

the student scholarship recipients and their families.

Thirty-four students were admitted to the sixth

class of the Early Admissions Pathway, geared

towards Honors students. They joined 46 returning

EAP students and together compose the 160

Honors students in the college, many of whom

participate in undergraduate research projects and

research competitions.

In addition to their coursework PharmD

students are active in student professional

Heather Deters

Director of Student Affairs

organizations and community outreach. They

contribute countless hours in community service

activities such as brown-bag medicine reviews,

Katy’s Kids, diabetes screenings, health fairs,

immunizations and tutoring. Involvement in student professional organizations

APhA Academy of Students in Pharmacy (ASP), Student Society of Health-System

Pharmacists (SSHP), student affiliate of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy

(AMCP), and the Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) is an

important part of their education and leadership growth.

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During the 2006-2007 academic year 377 pharmacy students engaged in

clerkship rotations here in the Columbus area, statewide and nationally. Currently,

890 experiential preceptors are approved and registered with our College, teaching

our students in the field. The distribution of these students is shown in Figure 2.

Quality experiential rotation sites

are critical to teaching our

students in real-life settings. The

OSU Student Health Center was

named the ‘Site of the Year’ in

2007. Our students credit Joe

Makarich, Pharmacy Services

Manager, for the rewarding

teaching experience they receive

at this site. Joe holds a basic

belief that it is his responsibility to

‘pay back’ to the profession that

has been so good to him. And the

best way to accomplish this,

according to Joe is to provide a

venue for students to learn in a

supportive, participatory

environment. In so doing he is

actually developing his own

replacement.

Joe‘s students are appreciative

of the team spirit he fosters in the

pharmacy and they participate

fully in all pharmacist activities.

They interact with physicians,

nurses, specialists and therapists

at the Student Health Center. They

give flu shots and make

continuing education

presentations to the staff. But

most valuable are the opportunities

presented to them to

counsel the OSU students who

compose the patient population.

They present a variety of health

issues and are inquisitive and

open to counseling.

Figure 2. PharmD Professional Experience Sites

Our valued preceptors were honored this past year:

Preceptor-Mentors of the Year:

Elizabeth Clinesmith, R.Ph., Mount Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital

Teresa Hix, R.Ph., Kroger Pharmacy

James Smiley, R.Ph., Kroger Pharmacy

Preceptor-Coach of the Year:

Justin P. Friesner, PharmD, Kroger Pharmacy

Preceptors of the Year:

Michael J. Berger, PharmD, The OSU James Cancer Hospital -

JamesCare in Dublin

Jessica L. Budkowski, PharmD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Bruce A. Doepker, PharmD, Ohio State University Medical Center

Robert P. Rockwood, PharmD, Grant Medical Center

The ‘Site of the Year’ was awarded to the OSU Student Health Center, Joe

Makarich, Pharmacy Services Manager.

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Mike Berger, one of our first Mike refers to his PharmD

Non-Traditional Doctor of program as a ‘renaissance’ in his

Pharmacy graduates (2003), professional life. His interactions

credits the distance program for with faculty and fellow students

his career change and

‘revived’ him intellectually and

advancement. He is currently the instilled a new vigor for his

outpatient oncology Specialty profession. While completing the

Practice Pharmacist at

program, Mike sought out a

JamesCare in Dublin, an OSU position where he could engage

Medical Center ambulatory facility patients in an outpatient setting.

dedicated to treating women At the JamesCare facility, Mike

diagnosed with breast cancer. counsels patients, dispenses

chemotherapy, serves as a drug

information resource, sits on the

IRB committee for the James and

precepts pharmacy students and

residents. Mike is especially

excited about his teaching

activities at the college, where he

teaches breast cancer

therapeutics to PharmD students.

Mike and his wife, Megan, and

children, Caroline and Andrew,

live in Columbus.


Of the 111 students who received their Doctor of Pharmacy degrees in

June 2007, 14 graduated cum laude, 11 magna cum laude and 2 graduated

summa cum laude. Our students graduate from OSU prepared to accept

positions in hospitals, community/ambulatory pharmacies, managed care

and other interesting pharmacy professions. We continue to see our students

excel in their performance on the NAPLEX and MPJE licensure

exams…99% pass rates for both exams (first-time candidates).

Pharmaceutical

Companies

7%

Retail

Pharmacy

24%

Managed Care

17%

Ambulatory

Care

14%

Other

5%

Hospital

Pharmacy

33%

Figure3: Distribution of our Non-Traditional PharmD

students in their professional settings

James Boakye-Dankwah Jr.'s

parents came to the US in 1981,

from a small village of the Ashanti

Kingdom in Ghana, West Africa.

James, Jr, born in Athens,

Georgia, while his father was a

graduate student at the University

of Georgia, will succeed his

father as the second in his family

to earn a doctoral degree. His

mother, Roslyn, a registered

nurse, and father, James, an OSU

Alum, ingrained in their children

the principles of faith, discipline

and dedication. James, Jr. will

earn a Doctor of Pharmacy

degree with honors in 2008.

James credits his career

direction to Dr. Ken Hale,

Assistant Dean for Professional

and External Affairs. A High

School counselor connected

James with Dr. Hale, resulting in

an internship at OSU. That was all

James needed to ignite his

interest and passion for the

profession of Pharmacy. Says Dr.

Hale, “Given his character, work

ethic, leadership abilities and

commitment to his studies, I have

no doubt James will make a real

difference in our profession".

James is making his university

experience count in numerous

ways. He presently serves on the

Dean’s Diversity Committee and is

the National Secretary of Finance

for the Student National

Pharmaceutical Association.

Vicky Tkacz, Entry-Level PharmD

student from Mayfield, Ohio,

remembers dreaming of becoming

a pharmacist since she was a

very young child. Her father, a

store manager for Revco, held the

pharmacist in high esteem and

Vicky learned early the important

role a pharmacist plays in

healthcare.

Vicky, through the Early-

Admission Pathway, will earn her

PharmD degree in 2009. Her

interest in health literacy and

disease management will likely

lead her to the area of community

pharmacy where she can work

closely with her community.

In the meantime Vicky is active

in many student organizations.

A leader in the American Pharmacists

Association Academy of

Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP),

she is involved with Katy’s Kids,

Operation Diabetes, Heartburn

Awareness and Operation

Immunization.

Vicky gained research

experience at the National

Institutes of Health and with

Dr. Karl Werbovetz in Pharmacy.

She is the recipient of the John

M. and Nancy A. Cassady

Scholarship for student

leadership and served as Chair,

Beat Michigan Week, in 2004.

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Doctor of Pharmacy Graduates 2006-2007

Name Hometown Honors Awards

Adams, Erica Hardy

Lima,Oh

Alkortas, Delal Arshed Riyadh Saudi Arabia

Anderson, Michael Neil Grand Cayman Magna Cum Laude

Archer, Lyndi Marie

Kenton, Oh

Atem, Leslie Nkengajong Buea, Cameroon

Bain, Amanda Beth Columbus, Oh Cum Laude

Barr, Gary Marcus

Wilmington, Oh

Bass, Almasa

Columbus , Oh

Bates, Angela Sue

Monmouth, Il

Baylin, Peggy Diane Dublin, Oh Cum Laude

Binns, Amanda Marie Columbus, Oh

Bird, Bradley Ryan

Columbus, Oh

Blazer, Marlo Ann Columbus, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Brooks, Mandy Jean

Elyria, Oh

Buckland, Andrew Dwight Ottawa, Oh

Bui, Ai T.

San Diego, Ca

Bui, Michelle M Pickerington, Oh Magna Cum Laude GlaxoSmithKline Patient Care Award

Burton, Lisa Rene'

Columbus, Oh

Caldwell, Rita Mae

Kingston, Oh

Capers, Jeffrey Michael New Albany, Oh

Chan, Doris Suk Yin

Brooklyn, NY

Colella, Beth Margaret Poland, Oh

Courter, Joshua David Fairfield, Oh

Cropper, Autumn Louise Georgetown, Oh Magna Cum Laude Perrigo Award of Excellence in

Non-Medication Prescription

Studies

Cuffari, William H

Brunswick, Oh

Davidson, Martha Ellen Columbus, Oh Council of Ohio Colleges of Pharmacy

Student Leadership Award

Dawson, Kristina Lynn Fairlawn, Oh

Deluco, Nicole Elizabeth Boardman, Oh

Dewaikar, Sarika Elyria, Oh Cum Laude

Dunham, Melissa Sue Wheelersburg, Oh

El-Hajj, Raed Ahmad

Beirut, Lebanon

Esmail, Maher Ziyad Youngstown, Oh Stephen W. Birdwell Student Award

Factor, Bridget Marie Grove City, Oh

Fels, Darlene Kathryn Milford, Oh Magna Cum Laude Lilly Achievement Award

Flatgard, Ann Teresa

Jackson, Mn

Foster, Joshua Guy

Doylestown, Oh

Frazier, Timothy S

Cleveland, Oh

Fuda, Stephanie Marie Niles, Oh

Fuerst, Kim Anna

Marion, Oh

Gargasz, Kimberlee Jo Poland, Oh Magna Cum Laude Claude E. Altenburg, Jr. Award

Glaze, Ryan Elliot Grove City, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Glowczewski, Julia Lyndhurst, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Goldsmith, Sarah Diane Newark, Oh

Graf, Linda Kimberly Defiance, Oh Cum Laude George B. Kauffman Annual Memorial

Award

Guthrie, Stacy Nichole Charleston, WV

Hannay, Brynn Leigh

Canfield, Oh

Heffron, Bradley Thomas Austintown, Oh

Highley, Heather Renee Greenfield, Oh

Houchens, John Jeffery Cincinnati, Oh

Hupp, Patti Ann

Temple,Hills, Md

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Name Hometown Honors Awards

Johnson, Norma Jean Millport, Al

Johnson, Loretta Michelle Dayton, Oh

Jones, Angela Marie Brunswick, Oh

Jones, Kristine Lynne Norton, Oh

Kern, Colleen Ann Madison, Wi Magna Cum Laude Teva Pharmaceuticals Outstanding

Student Award

Kim, Jacob D

Akron, Oh

Knatz, Nina Leah Wapakoneta, Oh Cum Laude

Knipp, Kenneth Michael Brainbridge, OH Magna Cum Laude

Kreuter, James Michael Columbus, Oh

Kurtzman, David Roland Southington, Oh Ohio Pharmacists Student

Association Student Leadership

Award

Kynard Jr, Louis Clause Toledo, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Lee, Cincy Hung

Cincinnati, Oh

Lee, Jill Marie

Rootstown, Oh

L'Hommedieu, Timothy R Hudson, Oh Cum Laude

Lilly, Michelle Lee

Dunbar, Wv

Link, Robert Louis

Coldwater, Oh

Maloney, Molly Kay Kentwood, Mi Cum Laude Roche Pharmacy Communications

Award

Markey, Jacob Paul

Columbus, Oh

Mathers, Nicole Marie Sylvania, Oh

Mayfield, Melissa M

Batavia, Oh

Melick, Glen Michael Pataskala, Oh Cum Laude

Mayhugh, Melissa Anne Shadyside, Oh

Merriman, Tyo Jennifer E Grove City, Oh

Mesaros-Smithers, Amanda L St. Johns, Mi Cum Laude

Mistry, Rakhee Bhupendra Findlay, Oh Cum Laude Mylan Excellence in Pharmacy

Award

Moncrieffe, Sean I

Portmore, Jamaica

Moles, Joshua B

Cheshire, Oh

Montavon, Joel Michael Algonquin, Il

Mullet, Debra Lyn Berlin, Oh Cum Laude

Murthy V S, Rupa

Louisville, KY

Nair, Lekha G.

Dublin, Oh

Ndango, Hilda M

Bamenda, Cameroon

Newman-Mckenzie, Diane F Spanish Town, Jamaica

Pahl, Brenda Louise Mansfield, OH Magna Cum Laude

Panciu, Adriana

Avon, Oh

Patel, Sheetal D Dublin, Oh Magna Cum Laude Benjamin Balshone Student

Award

Peak, Jarid David

Cardington, Oh

Perry, Scott Edward

Chesapeake, Oh

Pfaff, Kelly Suzanne Powell, Oh Summa Cum Laude Faculty Award, to the Outstanding

Graduating PharmD Student of the

Year, Rho Pi Phi Award

Polz, Julia Kristine

Ravenna, Oh

Rank, Erin Faye Worthington, Oh Magna Cum Laude Merck Human Health Award

Rapp, Marne Rebecca Medina, Oh Cum Laude Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership

Award

Reed, Meghan Elizabeth Westerville, Oh

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Doctor of Pharmacy Graduates 2006-2007

Name Hometown Honors Awards

Reichert, Erin Marie Ada, Oh Cum Laude Facts & Comparisons Award of

Excellence in Clinical Communication

Reilly, Kelly Michelle

Grove City, Oh

Rick, Annie Elizabeth Mt. Carmel, Pa

Riepenhoff, Molly Anne Columbus, Oh Magna Cum Laude Merck Human Health Award

Rose, Douglas W Columbus, Oh Cum Laude

Russell, Michelle Gaye Kingston, Jamaica

Sakadjian, Arpi Hripsime Columbus, Oh Marvin & Geraldine Faeges Memorial

Award

Saltsman, Thomas Nicholas Portsmouth, Oh

Shah, Palak Saurabh Pickerington, Oh

Smith, Abbi Lynn

Castalia, Oh

Smith, Erin R

Pickerington, Oh

Smith, Steven Bryan Springboro, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Stanley, Joellen

Dublin, Oh

Starling, Sharon Sue Columbus, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Steckman, Jeffery Willard New Albany, Oh

Stevens, Brad Alan

Lima, Oh

Stonerock, Laura Ann Marysville, Oh Cum Laude APhA-ASP Certificate of Recognition

for Outstanding Service

Street, Rachel Jane

Warren, Oh

Sunderhaus, Angela Marie Ottawa, Oh Magna Cum Laude Anne l. Burns Award

Talley, Nora Kathryn

Centerville, Oh

Tekola, Elfaze

Columbus, Oh

Testa, Daniel John Poland, Oh Cum Laude

Thorne, Alicia Mae

Lansing, Mi

Tornello, Joseph Matthew Colchester, Vt

Toth, Nicole Renee Warren, Oh Cum Laude

Tulala, Joni Ann Lorain, Oh Magna Cum Laude Merck Human Health Award

Tullis, Kacey Autumn Jewett, Oh Cum Laude

Updike, Ashley Anne Ruckersville, Va Magna Cum Laude

Valentine, Scott

Vermilion, Oh

Vorwerk, Jill Ellen Napoleon, Oh APhA-ASP Mortar & Pestle

Professionalism Award

Ward, Melea Anne

Kings Mills, Oh

Warner, Danette Michelle Zanesville, Oh

Weaver, Anna Marie

Upper Sandusky, Oh

Wellman, Sarah Jane West Union, Oh

Wetz, Karen Jo Zanesville, Oh Summa Cum Laude Harris Leadership Award

Whitcomb-Williams, Jena K Perrysville, Oh

Williams, Hyacinth Rosetta Kingston, Jamaica

Wirtz, Robert E

Ontario, Oh

Wolfarth, Laura Anne Pickerington, Oh Cum Laude

Wyatt, Robert Acie

Carlisle, Oh

Young, Suzanne E Tiffin, Oh Cum Laude

Yiu, Wai C. Rutherford, NJ Magna Cum Laude

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Undergraduate Program:

Bachelor of Science in the Pharmaceutical Sciences:

Students in the Bachelor of Science in the Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS)

program study the exciting areas of drug discovery, drug delivery, drug action, drug

distribution and pharmacoeconomics. The 4-year undergraduate program builds a strong

science foundation, develops essential laboratory skills, and provides the experience and

training necessary for graduate education, graduate professional education, or a healthrelated

career.

Figure 4: Enrollment Growth in the BSPS Program

This program remains very strong, with an 80% retention rate. 145 new freshmen

brought our total BSPS student enrollment to 479 this academic year. Slightly more

than half the class are female, 25% from minority-presence groups and 31% in the

University Honors Program. By the end of Spring Quarter 2007 the mean GPA for this

group was 3.18.

Eighteen BSPS students are currently participating in undergraduate research projects.

Many of our top students in this program entered our PharmD program in the fall,

while others have gone on to medical school, graduate school, or one of many career

options. We graduated 101 BSPS students in the 2006-2007 academic year, our largest

class to date. Of this number 36 students graduated with Latin Honors.

‘Buckeyes all the way’,

brothers Ian (21), Devin (20) and

Trevor Miller (18) are here

together at OSU from their

hometown, Wheelersburg, Ohio.

Devin and Ian, both in the BSPS

Program in Pharmacy, and

Trevor in a pre-med program, all

live near the OSU Medical

Center, close to their friends,

their classes and close enough

to each other to retain their

family ties.

The brothers are from a family

of 7 children. Their father, a

Chemical Engineer, and their

mother, currently a student at

OU, clearly value education and

encouraged the brothers

towards higher education and

the health-care professions. The

choice of OSU was an easy one,

as it offered them an exceptional

education, a fun, supportive

environment and a chance to

remain together.

Trevor is on track to become a

cardiologist, Ian a pharmacist

and Devin choosing between a

pharmacy career and owning his

own business. Perhaps he’ll find

a way to do both.

Linsey McFadden, from Dayton,

Ohio, will earn her Bachelor of

Science in Pharmaceutical

Sciences degree in June 2008.

She is interested in earning her

PharmD degree and wants to

pursue her professional interest in

clinical pharmacy, specifically

hospital pharmacy.

Linsey credits her interest in

research to Dr. Jim McAuley,

Professor of Pharmacy Practice.

It was during her work in his

Epilepsy Clinic that she learned

how to bridge the gap between

research and patient care. During

this time, Linsey was also given

the opportunity to present her

research at a national conference,

an important experience for a

young student.

Because her cultural heritage is

very important to her, Linsey

keeps her Greek ties alive and

thriving through her connections

with the Greek Church and OSU

student cultural organizations.

Linsey is active in the Pre-

Pharmacy Club and serves on

the BSPS (Bachelor of Science

in Pharmaceutical Sciences)

Program Committee.

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Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduates 2006-2007

Name Hometown Honors Awards

Abdi, Farhan M Magadishu, Somalia Cum Laude

Aguila, Francisco Rafael Cincinnati, Oh

Alghothani, Ola

Upper Arlington, Oh

Amin, Amy Ashok

Dublin, Oh

Atalay, Tigist Dagnew

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Back, Alicia Marie West Chester, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Baron, Kristen Anne Vermilion, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Becker, Kimberly Nicole Dayton, Oh With Distinction and

Honors

Bensman, Timothy Jay Lima, Oh Cum Laude with

Distinction and Honors

Berdin, Juveline Katrine Columbus, Oh

Bevier, Marie Annette

Granville, Oh

Bhatia, Avinash Dilipkumar Cortland, Oh

Boddorf, Melanie Marie Columbus, Oh

Boyle, Emily Rose

Columbus, Oh

Brahimaj, Eva

Mansfield, Oh

Bryan, Rebecca Jo Centerville, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Butler, Kathryn Ryan

Wilmington, Oh

Byun, Jung W Kwang-Ju, Korea Suma Cum Laude

Calder, Chandra Brie Columbus, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Carey, Molly Jayne

Mentor, Oh

Casmey, Kelli Ann

Orrville, Oh

Chen, Wei Dublin, Oh Cum Laude with

Distinction and Honors

Collins, T. Patrick

Novelty, Oh

Combs, Eric Tyler Middletown, Oh Cum Laude

Connell, Laura Elizabeth Springfield, Oh Cum Laude with

Distinction and Honors

Cook, Alan Joseph

Hamilton, Oh

Cook, Andrew P

Hamilton, Oh

Currie, Ralph Adam New Castle, Pa Magna Cum Laude

Do, Danielle Donna

Columbus, Oh

Doan, Thanh Nhu

West Chester, Oh

Donyinah-Ankomah, Eric Tulsa, Ok

Fenell, Celia Elizabeth Chesterland, Oh Cum Laude with

Distinction and Honors

Fishley, Matthew John Dover, Oh Summa Cum Laude

Gehres, Anna Christina

Cum Laude

Giffin, Lauren, Renee

Shadyside, Oh

Gill, Susan Elizabeth

Reynoldsburg, Oh

Golston, Candace Bria

Germantown, MD

Graban, Suzanne E

Hubbard, Oh

Habtu, Simret Solomon

Asmara, Eritrea

Hafiz, Amani Andrea Canfield, Oh Cum Laude

Haynes, Jessica Joy

Van Wert, Oh

Heine, Michael

Dublin, Oh

Hickman, Ryan Blair

Westerville, Oh

Hollingsworth, Andre V

Reynoldsburg, Oh

Hoverman, Zachary Joseph Van Wert, Oh

Hyland, Jeffrey Michael Fairfield, Oh Summa Cum Laude Faculty Award

Ilko, Stephen M Akron, Oh Cum Laude

Janidlo, Jason Stephen Seven Hills, Oh Cum Laude

Johnson, Adam Jeffrey West Chester, Oh

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Name Hometown Honors Awards

Jolly, John Dane Hillsboro, Oh Cum Laude

Kamchaji, Benjamin

University Heights, Oh

Kilgore, Katie Luanne North Canton, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Kiljanski, Marta Anna

Hilliard, Oh

Kirry, Adam Jerome Maineville, Oh Summa Cum Laude

with Distinction and

Honors

Kitanovski, Biljana

Gahanna, Oh

Kovar, Matthew George Pickerington, Oh

Krieger, Katelyn M

Oak Harbor, Oh

Kruse, Jaclyn

Willowick, Oh

Lau, Edward Ka Chong Northwood, Oh Pharmacognosy Award

Lautzenheiser, Jennifer E Van Wert, Oh

Levertov, Leonid

Kiev, Ukraine

Maguire, Michelle A Dublin, Oh Cum Laude

Marion, Corrine

Toledo, Oh

Mast, Justin Lee

Mt.Gilead, Oh

Maurin, Jeffrey Steven

Raritan, Nj

Menches, Anthony R

Reynoldsburg, Oh

Ming, Jennifer T

Sandusky, Oh

Moeller, Matthew Louis Lebanon, Oh Summa Cum Laude

Montes, Andre El Paso, Tx With Distinction and

Honors

Moore, Rachel Adrienne Mount Vernon, Oh

Motts-Byrd, Lori Lynn

Groveport, Oh

Nameth, Stephanie Marie Mentor, Oh

Nguyen, Nhu Uyen Thuy Dayton, Oh

Nigatu, Biruk

Columbus, Oh

Noh, Joori Cincinnati, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Nzimiro, Sandra Adaobi Westerville, Oh Cum Laude with

Distinction and Honors

O'Connor, Jr, Kevin Michael Pickerington, Oh

Oker, Autumn J Brecksville, Oh Cum Laude

Ommer, Hussen A

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Parker, Meghan Ashley Wadsworth, Oh

Patel, Nisha Fairfield, Oh Magna Cum Laude with

Distinction and Honors

Patel, Samir Mahendra

Shawnee, Ks

Rafferty, Daniel William Glenshaw, Pa

Rahman, Faraz Mahmud New Albany, Oh

Ramkey, John

Kirtland, Oh

Ray, Kara Lindsay

Rayland, Oh

Rector, Jessica Marie Heath, Oh Cum Laude

Remy, Jason Andrew

Waverly, Oh

Ren, Jie

Taiyuan, China

Renner, Benjamin Wayne Coshocton, Oh Cum Laude

Richhariya, Akshara

New Delhi, India

Riley, Ryan Douglas

Salem, Oh

Roach, Matthew Stephen Cincinnati, Oh

Robertson, Andrew J

Mansfield, Oh

Rohrs, Patricia Ann Defiance, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Rondinelli, Jaclyn Rose New Castle, Pa

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Name Hometown Honors

Rummer, Mark Ryan

McConnelsville, Oh

Sayfullin, Naum

Bexley, Oh

Schiavoni, Marc Andrew Youngstown, Oh

Shader, Megan Elizabeth Warren, Oh Cum Laude

Skully, Scott Robert

Strongsville, Oh

Smigelski, Julie Elizabeth Solon, Oh Summa Cum Laude

Snedden, Lindsey Michelle Miamisburg, Oh

Snyder, Brent

Luckey, Oh

Spangler, April Dawn

Bremen, Oh

Spinneweber, Kala Jo

Butler, Pa

Stenner, Kyle S

Coshocton, Oh

Stephenson, Thomas Joseph South Point, Oh

Stewart, John Charles

Milford, Oh

Stine, Elizabeth Ann

Coral Spring, Fl

Stockdale, Andrew Michael Fairfax, Va

Straus, Julie Juergens Cincinnati, Oh With Distinction

Tesfaye, Zebib Alemayehu Nashville, Tn

Tinnel, Heather Elaine Miamisburg, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Tkacz, Victoria Mayfield Heights, Oh Magna Cum Laude with

Distinction and Honors

Tsegaw, Dereje

Addis Ababa, Ethiopoa

Velikoff, Caroline Elizabeth Findlay, Oh Magna Cum Laude

Wagner, Robert Christopher Columbus, Oh

Wang, Jenny

Beavercreek, Oh

Welch, Sarah Coury

Westlake, Oh

West, Samantha Leigh

Hilliard, Oh

White, Shawn Travis

Lisbon, Oh

Zennouzi, Abdelmajid

Canal Winchester, Oh

Zilch, Zach C

Berea, Oh

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Graduate Programs:

The M.S. and Ph.D. programs in pharmacy offer advanced education in

all aspects of pharmaceutical sciences, including discovery, development,

and use of therapeutic agents.

Our areas of emphasis include:

❖ interdisciplinary application of chemical, biochemical, and molecular

principles to the identification and development of therapeutic

agents

❖ pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, with an emphasis on drug

delivery and targeting systems

❖ identification of new therapeutic targets through multidisciplinary

approaches that exploit emerging molecular biological, biochemical,

and biophysical tools to uncover disease-relevant signal transduction

pathways in cells, tissues, and whole animals, including transgenic

models

❖ pharmaceutical care delivery systems, pharmacoeconomics, drug

distribution and public policy, drug use behavior and evaluation,

and therapeutic outcomes.

William Hayton

Associate Dean

Our faculty, researchers, and students all

work toward a common goal — improving

health through the use of medicinal agents,

developing new and better drugs and drug

delivery systems, using existing drugs more

efficiently and lowering the cost of therapy

by improving production, distribution, and

marketing.

We congratulate our MS and PhD

graduates and their advisors:

Yu-Chieh (Jack) Wang has been

selected by NIH as one of the 250

students nationwide to attend the

NIH National Graduate Student

Research Festival, all expenses

paid by NIH. Jack, a student of

Dr. Ching-Shih Chen, is studying

chemistry synthesis in an attempt

to validate targets for novel

compounds to see if they might

have potential to become

therapeutic drugs in the fight

against lung cancer.

Jack earned his BS degree

from National Taiwan University

and came to Ohio State in 2004 to

work towards a PhD. When he

graduates in 2008 Jack will seek a

position in academia, in a

university setting where he can

focus on both research and

teaching.

Jack finds that he misses his

family in Taiwan (parents and

brother) but has found OSU a

welcoming community. Although

Columbus is a much smaller city

than his hometown, Taipei, Jack

finds it exciting to meet and

interact with people from many

different parts of the world.

Seth Gibbs, a graduate student

under the direction of Dr. Duxin

Sun, received the Targeted

Investment in Excellence

Fellowship from the College for

his work on microRNA. His work

focuses on how microRNA

regulates oncogenes in drug

resistance. In the world of drug

development, Seth is working on

new drugs to regulate this novel

mechanism to combat

drug resistance in cancer

therapy.

Seth is from Massilon, Ohio,

earned his BS degree in

Microbiology from OSU and will

graduate soon, March 2008, with

a PhD in Pharmaceutics. He and

his wife, Christina, have two

children, Raven and Hunter. They

await their third child, due in

November.

After graduation, Seth is slated

for a position in industry in the

area of drug development. His

experience at Ohio State and his

interactions with our pharmacy

faculty will prepare him well for

this exciting field.

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MS and PhD Graduates in 2006-2007:

Master of Science (MS)

Name Area Advisor

Lin, Chia-Hui Medicinal Chemistry Chen, Ching-Shih

Rich, Wendy Medicinal Chemistry Li, Tom

Parekh, Ashish Ashok Pharmacy Administration Szeinbach, Sheryl

Adkins, Katharine Ann Hospital Pharmacy Seoane, Enrique

Hanuscak, Tara Lynn Hospital Pharmacy Szeinbach, Sheryl

Hord, Amanda J Hospital Pharmacy Seoane, Enrique

Soto, Armando Renan Hospital Pharmacy Schneider, Philip

Thiel, Jeffrey Thomas Hospital Pharmacy Schneider, Philip

Varkey, Alex Chakalayil Hospital Pharmacy Pedersen, Craig

Vazquez, Javier Orlando Hospital Pharmacy Pedersen, Craig

Ph.D.

Name Area Advisor

Chen, Chang-Shi Medicinal Chemistry Chen, Ching-Shih

Kim, Juhyun Pharmaceutics Dalton, James

Kulkarni, Amit Sharad Pharmacy Administration Balkrishnan, Raj

Pan, Xiaogang Pharmaceutics Lee, Robert

Shenolikar, Rahul Avinash Pharmacy Administration Balkrishnan, Raj

Cao, Xianhua (Walt) Pharmaceutics Sun, Duxin

Foraker, Amy Pharmaceutics Schmittgen, Thomas and

Swaan, Peter

Yang, Chih-Cheng Medicinal Chemistry Chen, Ching-Shih

Delfin, Dawn Athelsia Medicinal Chemistry Werbovetz, Karl

Fang, Lanyan (Lucy) Pharmaceutics Sun, Duxin

Ramirez, Carmen Hernandez Pharmaceutics Frank, Sylvan

Zhao, Xiaobin (Ben) Pharmaceutics Lee, Robert

Fellowships Awarded

Student Fellowship Advisor

Lee, Eunjoo Proctor and Gamble Thomas Schmittgen

Fellowship

Fang, Lucy University Presidential Duxin Sun

Fellowship

Ma, Thong American Foundation for Kari Hoyt

Pharmaceutical Education

Fellowship

Ma, Thong and Benjamin Balshone Graduate Kari Hoyt

Huang, Yongcheng Student Award Lakhu Keshvara

Regan, Nicholas NIH Chemistry-Biology Tom Li

Interface Training Fellowship

Rich, Wendy Chih-Ming and Jane Chen Tom Li and

Graduate Fellowship

Robert Brueggemeier

Xiong, Lianjie Sylvan G. Frank Fellowship Sylvan Frank

Yang, Xiaojuan Novartis Fellowship Robert Lee

Pan, Xiaogang Nanoscale Science and Robert Lee

Yang, LeeXiaojuan Engineering Center Robert Lee

Fellowship

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Summary of Student Enrollment and Graduates, 2006-2007

Current Enrollments (Autumn 2006) :

Residential PharmD (ELPD) 460

Non-Traditional PharmD (NTPD) 86

Graduate Programs 97

BS Pharmaceutical Sciences 484

TOTAL 1,127

Graduates (includes Autumn ’06 – Summer ’07 quarters) :

Residential PharmD (ELPD) 111

Non-Traditional PharmD (NTPD) 24

Graduate Programs 22

BS Pharmaceutical Sciencesi 127

TOTAL 284

Student Enrollment Trends

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Faculty

The College of Pharmacy faculty are truly outstanding, providing excellent teaching and learning

opportunities to students in both large lectures and small group settings. They are engaged in exciting

scholarship and state-of-the-art research in pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences. Our faculty and

staff serve the University and profession at regional and national levels and are involved in stimulating

outreach and engagement activities. The high quality of our faculty is reflected in this impressive

statistic: two-thirds of our Pharmacy senior faculty have been honored by their peers and elected as

Fellows of scientific organizations or professional pharmacy organizations.

The number of tenure-track faculty, regular clinical faculty, and instructional staff in Autumn 2006

totaled 61.

Colleen Clark joined our college in 2006, after her residency training at

OSU. In addition to teaching cased-based learning to Entry-Level PharmD

students, Colleen concentrated much of her first year on coordination of the

pathophysiology and therapeutics sequence of courses in the Non-Traditional

Doctor of Pharmacy Program. Colleen enjoyed interacting with these

distance- learning students who all had their own practice site from which to

draw experience. “They are highly-motivated students and learn a great deal

from one another,” says Colleen.

Colleen also found the Entry-Level PharmD students inquisitive and

eager to learn. She sought to bring pharmacy to life for these students,

developing patient charts with them and engaging them in discussions on

important pharmacy topics.

Colleen practices at the University Health Connection, an

interdisciplinary clinic where she participates in disease state management,

drug information, dispensing, and patient counseling.

Colleen and her fiance, Joe, are planning a wedding for the fall of 2008.

Professor Dasta retired from OSU in June 2007 after 31 years of

service, teaching and research to OSU and the College of Pharmacy

community.

Joe began his academic career in 1976 at OSU and developed one of

the first practice sites and post-doctoral training programs in critical care

pharmacy. One of the first pharmacist members of Society of Critical

Care Medicine (SCCM), he helped establish the role of the pharmacist

in this multidisciplinary society. He is a fellow of the American College

of Clinical Pharmacy and the American College of Critical Care

Medicine, serves on the editorial board of Critical Care Medicine and

Annals of Pharmacotherapy. Joe has given over 250 invited lectures on

various topics related to critical care and health outcomes.

Joe received his B.Sc. in Pharmacy in 1974 from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy and

M.Sc. and residency in Hospital Pharmacy from The Ohio State University (OSU) in 1976. Joe and his

wife, Desma, now live in Austin Texas where Joe remains active in his profession as an independent

consultant and Adjunct Professor at the University of Texas-Austin.

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Faculty Awards and Recognitions 2006-2007

National Recognitions

Marialice Bennett President, APhA-APPM Executive Committee, 2007-09

President Elect, APhA-APPM Executive Committee, 2006-07

James T. Dalton

James T. Dalton

George Hinkle

Fellow, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists

Chair, Nuclear Pharmacy Specialty Council

of the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties, 1/1/06-12/31/07

A. Douglas Kinghorn Fellow, American Society of Pharmacognosy

Fellow, American Association for Advancement of Science

US Pharmacopeia, appointed to the Council of Experts Executive Committee

Philip J. Schneider

Chair, International Pharmaceutical Federation

Board of Pharmaceutical Practice

A. Douglas Kinghorn

Marialice Bennett George Hinkle Philip Scheinder Ken Hale

College/State Awards

Marialice Bennett

Ken Hale

Bella Mehta

Jennifer Rodis

The Ralph V. Foster Friend of APhA-ASP Award

OSU College of Pharmacy, May 2007

APhA-ASP Appreciation Award

OSU College of Pharmacy, March 2007

Distinguished Alumnus Award, May 2007

Josephine S. Failer Award

OSU College of Pharmacy, May 2007

Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award

Ohio Pharmacists Association, April 2007

Bella Mehta

Jennifer Rodis

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Faculty, National Honors

8 faculty Fellows, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Jessie L.-S. Au

Robert W. Brueggemeier

Ching-Shih Chen

A. Douglas Kinghorn

Milap C. Nahata

M. Guillaume Wientjes

John M. Cassady (emeritus)

Popat N. Patil (emeritus)

15 faculty Fellows, American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS)

Jessie L.-S. Au

Robert W. Brueggemeier

Kenneth K.-H. Chan

James T. Dalton

Sylvan G. Frank

William L. Hayton

A. Douglas Kinghorn

M. Guillaume Wientjes

John M. Cassady (emeritus)

Louis Malspeis (emeritus)

Robert E. Notari (emeritus)

Dev S. Pathak (emeritus)

Richard H. Reuning (emeritus)

Theodore D. Sokoloski (emeritus)

Albert H. Soloway (emeritus)

3 faculty Fellows, American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP)

Joseph F. Dasta

Daren L. Knoell

Milap C. Nahata

1 faculty Fellow, American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP)

Milap C. Nahata

5 faculty Fellows, American Pharmacists Association (APhA)

Marialice S. Bennett

Gerald L. Cable

George H. Hinkle

Milap C. Nahata

Craig A. Pedersen

4 faculty Fellows, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)

George H. Hinkle

Milap C. Nahata

Philip J. Schneider

Jerry Siegel

1 faculty Member, Académie Internationale d’Histoire de la Pharmacy (AIHP)

Robert A. Buerki

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Academic Divisions, 2006-2007

Division of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy

Li, Pui-Kai

Brueggemeier, Robert W.

Carcache de-Blanco, Esperanza

Chen, Ching-Shih

Curley, Robert W.

Kinghorn, A Douglas

Li, Chenglong

Tjarks, Werner

Werbovetz, Karl A.

Whetstone, Jennifer L.

Cassady, John M.

Doskotch, Raymond

Jagadeesh, Jogikal

Olson, Carter

Robertson, Larry

Soloway, Albert

Associate Professor and Chair

Professor and Dean

Assistant Professor (joint, Pharmacy Practice and Admin.)

Professor

Professor

Professor and Jack L. Beal Chair

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Visiting Assistant Professor

Emeritus Professor and Dean

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Emeritus Professor and Dean

The Division of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy is composed of faculty members

with diversified research interests representing synthetic organic,

natural products, and biological chemistry. Research in medicinal

chemistry emphasizes drug design and includes:

❖ the synthesis of organic medicinal products,

❖ elucidation of the biochemistry of medicinal agents,

❖ examination of the relationship of chemical structure to

biological activity, qualitative and quantitative analysis of

drugs and related products, application of computational

chemistry to drug design.

Research in pharmacognosy emphasizes drug discovery and

encompasses:

❖ the isolation and structure determination of

pharmacologically active natural products from plants and

microbes,

❖ studies on the structure and biochemistry of biological products,

❖ examination of the biosynthesis of natural products,

❖ evaluation of the biochemical effects of these active constituents.

Pui-Kai (Tom) Li

Chair

Werner Tjarks was born and

raised in Bremen Germany, a

northern seaport town. Werner’s

studies in chemistry, drug design

and environmental aspects in

Germany led him to the US in the

early nineties to work with

Dr. Albert Soloway in a postdoctoral

position. In 1997 he took

a position as a Research Scientist

and now as a faculty member,

focuses in the area of cancer

research, specifically nucleoside

chemistry. Wener is attempting to

apply this science to the

development of anti-cancer drugs.

His research team is using

neutron-capture therapy to treat

cancer. Werner recalls that Dr.

Soloway was never too busy to

talk with any of his colleagues.

His office door was always open

giving his research group the

accessibility to him so critical to

their success in the lab.

Werner finds the academic

climate at OSU conducive to

collaboration and has forged

important relationships with

colleagues from the College of

Medicine and the Veterinary

Biological Science Department.

This year, Dr. Tjarks was

promoted to Associate Professor

of Pharmacy.

Karl Werbovetz’s experience at the

Walter Reed Army Institute of

Research gave him the opportunity to

see drug development in action and

formed his ideas for current

programs and collaborations here at

OSU. His research now is in the area

of anti-parasitic drug discovery and

development. A major problem in

developing countries, lethal

parasites, carried by insects, are a

major cause of death. As there is no

financial incentive to develop drugs

in this area, Karl works with NIH,

WHO and the Bill and Melinda Gates

Foundation to fund his research.

Karl joined our College in 2000 and

found a new commitment to

infectious disease research here at

OSU. His collaborations with

colleagues across campus are

building a bridge between Pharmacy

and other health units to continue

this important work in the area of

infectious disease.

From a small town in upstate

New York (Holland Patent), Karl is

happy to have found a home at Ohio

State, both professionally and

personally. He and his wife, Julie,

are raising their family of 3 (Luke,

Ben and Graham) in Worthington.

This year, Dr. Werbovetz was

promoted to Associate Professor of

Pharmacy.

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Division of Pharmaceutics

Hayton, William L.

Professor, Associate Dean and Interim Chair

Au, Jessie L.-S.

Distinguished University Professor

Chan, Kenneth K.-H.

Professor

Dalton, James T.

Professor

Frank, Sylvan G.

Professor and Associate Dean

Johnston, Jeffrey S.

Senior Lecturer

Kvaratskhelia, Mamuka

Assistant Professor

Lee, Robert J.

Associate Professor

Schmittgen, Thomas D.

Associate Professor

Sun, Duxin

Assistant Professor

Wientjes, M. Guillaume

Professor

Mamuka Kvaratskhelia earned

his PhD in the Republic of

Georgia and completed post

doctoral work in Britain. He

came to the US in 2000 to join

the scientists at the National

Cancer Institute. In 2003

Mamuka joined our college

faculty in the division of

Pharmaceutics.

In developing a strong

externally sponsored research

program, Mamuka has become a

very active member of OSU’s

Center for Retrovirus Research.

His research is aimed at a better

understanding of the structural

and mechanistic foundations of

HIV replication complexes. He

aims to exploit the knowledge

obtained for the rational design

of new antiviral therapies. In this

work he has pioneered novel

and powerful mass

spectrometric protein foot

printing approaches. The

importance of Kvaratskhelia’s

innovative research has been

recognized by NIH support of

two projects: “Structural Studies

of HIV-1 Integration” and “HIV-1

Gag as a Therapeutic Target”.

Dr. Kvaratskhelia was

promoted to Associate Professor

of Pharmacy this year.

Malspeis, Louis

Notari, Robert E.

Sokoloski, Theodore D.

Staubus, Alfred

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Associate Professor Emeritus

Pharmaceutics is the science of drug delivery and has a multidisciplinary emphasis.

Areas of pharmaceutics include:

❖ the preparation and stability of suitable dosage forms,

❖ design and evaluation of dosing regimens and dosage forms (delivery systems)

that overcome barriers and optimize drug action (and minimize adverse effects),

❖ understanding of barriers that influence drug absorption and prevent a drug

from reaching its site of action,

❖ quantitative characterization of both the drug

concentration-effect relationship and the

concentration-time profile of the drug after it enters

the body.

Faculty research in the Division of Pharmaceutics focuses

on cancer chemotherapy, drug delivery systems,

pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and physical

pharmacy.

William Hayton

Interim Chair

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Division of Pharmacology

Wallace, Lane J.

Professor and Chair

Elton, Terry S.

Professor

Hoyt, Dale G.

Associate Professor

Hoyt, Kari R.

Assistant Professor

Hu, Keli

Assistant Professor

Keshvara, Lakhu M.

Assistant Professor

McKay, Dennis B.

Professor

Young, Anthony P.

Professor

Burkman, Allan

Feller, Dennis

Gerald, Michael

Patil, Popat N.

Uretsky, Norman J.

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus

Pharmacology includes:

❖ the study of drug effects in biological systems,

❖ the determination of the mechanisms by which drugs produce their effects,

optimization of therapeutic regimens.

An understanding of the nature of drug action and the vulnerability of living

systems to alterations by chemicals serves as the basis on which new therapeutic

agents are developed and toxic consequences of chemical exposure are alleviated.

Since drugs are chemical substances that modify biological or physiological

processes, pharmacology involves many diverse and

inter-related scientific disciplines. These include

chemistry, biochemistry, pathophysiology, cellular

and molecular biology, and others.

Pharmacology is a diverse and interdisciplinary

field that ranges from the design and evaluation of

drug effects at the cellular and subcellular levels

(biochemical and molecular pharmacology) to the

study of drug effects in intact animal models and in

humans (experimental and clinical pharmacology).

Lane Wallace

Chair

Kari Hoyt’s work in pathology

while at a hospital lab in

Pittsburgh sparked an interest in

the development of drugs and

the treatment of disease. While

at the University of Pittsburgh,

Kari studied why cells die in

stroke victims and how to use

that information to find drugs to

arrest that process.

Kari joined OSU in 2000 and is

currently studying chronic

neuro-degenerative diseases

(Parkinson’s and Huntington’s

diseases). She is developing

therapies that will protect

people from acquiring these

diseases in the future.

Kari finds OSU a supportive

environment for her scientific

research. She and her students

(graduate and undergraduate)

carry on their research in a wellequipped

laboratory and have

easy access to other

researchers on campus working

in similar areas.

Dr. Hoyt was promoted this

year to Associate Professor of

Pharmacy.

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Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration

Kristin Casper earned her B.S.

and Pharm.D. degrees from the

University of Toledo. She came

to OSU to do an ambulatory

care residency with Marialice

Bennett and never left, having

taken a faculty position here in

the College in 1999.

Kristin found OSU very

supportive of communitybased

initiatives, which led to

a partnership with Kroger

Pharmacy. Kroger Patient Care

Center, which offers expanded

patient care services such as

wellness screenings,

immunizations, medication

therapy management, and

disease management, has

evolved from this partnership.

The Patient Care Center serves

as Kristin’s primary practice

site, and offers a great

opportunity to care for patients

and precept students.

Three children (Alex, 5, and

twins, Kaitlyn and Mackenzie,

2) keep Kristin and husband,

Nick very busy at home.

Dr. Casper was promoted

this year to Associate

Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Nahata, Milap C.

Balkrishnan, Rajesh

Beatty, Stuart

Bennett, Marialice S.

Brackett, Carolyn C.

Buerki, Robert A.

Cable, Gerald L.

Carnes, Cynthia A.

Casper, Kristin A.

Clark, Colleen

Coyle, James D.

Dasta, Joseph F.

Emptage, Ruth E.

Hale, Kenneth M.

Hall, Laura E.

Hinkle, Jr., George H.

Huston, Jeffery L.

Kelley, Katherine A.

Knoell, Daren L.

Legg, Julie E.

Mehta, Bella H.

McAuley, James W.

Murphy, Christine C.

Pai, Vinita B.

Pedersen, Craig A.

Pruchnicki, Maria C.

Rodis, Jennifer L.

Schneider, Philip J.

Seoane-Vazquez, Enrique C.

Siegel, Jerry

Szeinbach, Sheryl L.

Pathak, Dev S.

Reuning, Richard H.

Visconti, James A.

Professor and Chair

Associate Professor and Merrell Dow Professor

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Professor

Clinical Assistant Professor and Director,

Experiential and Outreach Programs

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Clinical Assistant

Professor

Assistant Professor of

Clinical Pharmacy

Professor

Clinical Assistant

Professor

Clinical Associate

Professor and Assistant

Dean

Clinical Assistant

Professor

Associate Professor

Clinical Assistant

Milap C. Nahata

Professor

Chair

Clinical Assistant

Professor and Director of

Assessment and Educational Strategies

Associate Professor

Clinical Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Associate Professor

Clinical Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Clinical Professor and Director, Latiolais Leadership

Program

Assistant Professor

Clinical Professor and Assistant Dean, Medical Center

Affairs

Professor

Emeritus Professor

Emeritus Professor

Emeritus Professor

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The Division faculty contributed to our broad mission of teaching, scholarship,

practice and service. Their activities included:

❖ Teaching in the Entry-Level and Non-Traditional PharmD programs, BS

in Pharmaceutical Sciences program, MS in Health-System Pharmacy

Program, and MS and PhD programs in Pharmaceutical Administration;

❖ Training residents, fellows and postdoctoral researchers;

❖ Conducting research in areas of medication efficacy and safety, disease

mechanisms, management and prevention, pharmacoeconomics,

pharmacoepidemiology, and health outcomes;

❖ Developing and implementing innovative pharmacy practice programs;

❖ Enhancing partnerships with medical centers, clinics, and community

pharmacies;

❖ Providing leadership in professional organizations, and community service

through outreach and engagement.

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Department of Pharmacy, OSU Medical Center 2006-2007

The College of Pharmacy and the OSU Medical Center Department of Pharmacy have a symbiotic

relationship. Many pharmacy practice and administration faculty and department of pharmacy clinical faculty

collaborate in teaching and research endeavors. OSU Medical Center is the primary site for our experiential

rotations. The Senior Director of the Medical Center Department of Pharmacy, Jerry Siegel, also Assistant

Dean at the College, and Pharmacy Practice and Administration Chair, Milap Nahata, work closely to

accomplish the missions of the College and the Medical Center.

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Siegel, Jerry

Griffith, Niesha

Smeenk, David

Haas, Dan

Jordan, Trisha

Tubbs, Crystal

Eskander, Natosha

Forrey, Ryan

Keating, Ellen

Seth, Shiv K.

Holli Winters

Gerlach, Anthony

Tschampel, Marva M.

Parbhoo, Rupal

Mirtallo, Jay M.

Shirk, Mary Beth

Pickworth, Kerry K.

Votolato, Nicholas

Pell, Lindsay J.

Ganio, Michael C.

Edwards, Cowan

Fudge, Robert

Hawksworth, Kim

Gardner, Debra K.

Lehman, Katherine Joy

Turowski, Robert

Goff, Debra

Bechtel, Thomas

McPherson, Elizabeth

McNulty, Robert

Pultz, Jr., Andrew J.

Chalupa, Donald L.

Schieber, Ariane

Venn, Jean

Mavko, Lou

Blazer, Marlo

Kemper, Dorothy

Senior Director, Pharmaceutical Services, Clinical

Associate Professor, Assistant Dean

Associate Director, Residency Program Coordinator

Associate Director of Pharmacy

Associate Director of Pharmacy, Director of Pharmacy,

University Hospital East

Associate Director

Assistant Director, Clinical Pharmacy Services,

Residency Coordinator

Assistant Director

Assistant Director

Medication Utilization Evaluation Coordinator

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Internal Medicine/Transplant

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Transplant

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Critical Care,

Clinical Assistant Professor

Specialty Practice Pharmacist

Specialty Practice Pharmacist Drug Information Specialist

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Nutrition

Support/Surgery, Clinical Assistant Professor

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Emergency Room,

Clinical Assistant Professor

Specialty Practice Pharmacist - Cardiology, Clinical Instructor

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Neuropsychiatry

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Critical Care,

Clinical Assistant Professor

Staff Pharmacist, Rehabilitation

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Nuclear

Specialty Practice Pharmacist & Medication Utilization

Evaluation Coordinator

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Web Manager/Developer

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Women and Infants,

Assistant Clinical Professor

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Critical Care

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, James Cancer Hospital

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, Infectious Disease

Specialist, Clinical Associate Professor

Specialty Practice Pharmacist- Bone Marrow

Transplantation, Clinical Assistant Professor

Clinical Generalist, James Cancer Hospital

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, James Cancer Hospital

Specialty Practice Pharmacist, James Cancer Hospital

Ambulatory Services

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Investigational Drug Service

Specialty Practice Pharmacist in Internal Medicine,

OSU East, Clinical Assistant Professor

Staff Pharmacist, University Hospital East

Staff Pharmacist, Ross Heart Hospital

Staff Pharmacist, James Care Kenney Road Pharmacy

Office Associate


Administrative and Professional Staff 2006-2007

Office of the Dean

Brueggemeier, Robert W.

Frank, Sylvan G.

Hayton, William L.

Hale, Kenneth M.

Kelley, Katherine A.

Siegel, Jerry

Simon, Mary K.

Professor and Dean

Associate Dean, Professional Programs

Associate Dean, Graduate and Research Studies

Assistant Dean, Professional & External Affairs

Assistant Dean, Assessment & Accreditation

Assistant Dean, Medical Center Affairs

Assistant to the Dean

Office of Professional Programs

Frank, Sylvan G.

Hegler, Barbara A.

Office of Professional Experience Programs

Cable, Gerald L.

Blight, Thallia

Makarich, Joseph

Murphy, Christine

Office of Graduate and Research Studies

Hayton, William L.

Brooks, Kathleen I.

Eshbaugh, Susan B.

Wray, Dawn A.

Office of Student Affairs

Deters, Heather S.

Miller, Julie

Evans, June

Orozco, Joe

Draudt, Laurel

Herbert, Nikki

Central Business Office

Delffs, Erin

Blakemore, Brian

Emmenegger, Linda S.

Goff, Amanda

Sharp, Suzanne F.

Vornholt, Gail

Associate Dean, Professional Programs and Interim

Director, Non-Traditional Doctor of Pharmacy

Program Manager, Non-Traditional Doctor of

Pharmacy

Director, Experiential and Outreach Programs

Program Coordinator

Coordinator, Introductory Practice Experiences

Coordinator, Intermediate Practice Experiences

Associate Dean, Graduate and Research Studies

Graduate Program Coordinator

Office Associate

Laboratory Supervisor

Director of Student Affairs

Program Assistant

College Registrar

Academic Counselor and Staff Assistant

Academic Counselor and Staff Assistant

Academic Counselor and Staff Assistant

College Fiscal/Personnel Officer

Building Coordinator

College Procurement Coordinator

Grants Manager

Business Services Officer

Human Resources Manager

IT support is critical in every

organization. Casey Hoerig,

Systems Specialist, exemplifies

the competency and

responsiveness of our college

computer support group. Casey

earned his BS degree in

Computer Science from OSU in

2005. In his first real ‘full-time’

job, Casey has already

demonstrated his understanding

of the connection between a

smooth technical backdrop and

fulfilling the mission of an

organization. Casey provides

support for computing in the

college and is particularly

excited to be working with

students on their research

activities. He is challenged by

the many troubleshooting

computer problems he

encounters every day and the

new, emerging, technologies

flooding the market place.

It is no wonder Casey was

selected for the Outstanding

Staff Award for 2006/2007.

Nomination letters included such

comments from our staff: ‘… he

actually listens to me’ and ‘…he

goes the extra mile’ and

’…brings a speed to bear to

solving computer problems that

can justly be compared with

Tedd Ginn’s speed on the football

field’.

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Weiher, Shannon

Marcy, Louis W.

McDay, Tanya R.

Director of Development

Director of Alumni Affairs

Development and Alumni Affairs Coordinator

Computers and Instrumentation

Fowble, John W.

Beranek, Edward

Gladden, Jonathan E.

Hoerig, Casey

Khurma, Anand

Logan, James

Posey, Bruce C.

Stansell, Brad

Director, Senior Systems Manager

Systems Developer/Engineer

Systems Developer/Engineer

Systems Specialist

Systems Developer/Engineer

Systems Developer/Engineer

Systems Manager

Systems Specialist

Division Coordinators and Staff

Bulgrin, Betsy

Camm, Carol A.

Hampton, Yolanda

Warren, Joni

Scott, Joy E.

Turner, Sara

Division of Pharmacology

Division of Pharmaceutics

Division of Medicinal Chemistry and

Pharmacognosy

Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration

Division of Pharmaceutics

Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration

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College of Pharmacy

Administrative Organization, 2006-2007

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Research and Scholarship

College faculty, students and research staff maintained

an extensive research program in the four disciplinary

areas of the pharmaceutical sciences; medicinal chemistry

and pharmacognosy, pharmaceutics, pharmacology, and

pharmaceutical administration. Research efforts reflected

all aspects of the discovery, development and use of

medicines. Research in the college underpins the

education of approximately 100 graduate students and is

the foundation of the college’s scholarly productivity.

The scholarship of the faculty included 230 peerreviewed

journal articles and book chapters, an

extraordinary increase of 40% over 2005-2006. In 2006-

2007 sponsored research funds awarded to College

faculty totaled $7.67M, an increase of 22% over the

previous year. Research sponsorship was primarily from

the National Institutes of Health and also included

awards from the Department of Defense, the National Science

Foundation, and private foundations and companies.

William Hayton

Asociate Dean

Figure 5. Distribution of Research Funding by Source

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College Research Day

On May 10, 2007, at the Biomedical Research Tower, we showcased the research activities of the

College. The all-day event included 80 poster displays of faculty and student research and an allday

symposium in the area of natural products research. This year the symposium recognized

emeritus faculty members, Ray Doskotch and Larry Robertson, for their contributions to research

and teaching in the area of natural products. The event featured lectures from alumni who studied

under Professors Doskotch and Robertson, presentation posters by graduate students, and an

informal reception.

Dr. David J. Newman, Chief, Natural Products

Branch, National Cancer Institute presented the

keynote lecture, “Mother Nature’s Gifts to Cancer

Chemotherapy and Other Diseases,”

Other featured speakers:

Norman R. Farnsworth, Ph.D., College of

Pharmacy, University of Illinois at Chicago

”Do Botanical Dietary Supplements Really Work?

What Pharmacists Need to Know“

Gary D. Stoner, Ph.D., College of Medicine, The Ohio State

University

”A Berry-Based Approach to the Chemoprevention of

Gastrointestinal Tract Cancers“

Bella H. Mehta, Pharm.D., College of Pharmacy, The Ohio

State University

“Herbs and Dietary Supplements: Making the Transition

from Paper to Practice”

Lester A. Mitscher, Ph.D., School of Pharmacy, University of Kansas

“Connections: From the Revolution to Novel Chemotherapy”

A. Douglas Kinghorn, Ph.D., College of Pharmacy, The Ohio State University

“Overview of Pharmacognosy Research at the College of Pharmacy, OSU”

Shoei-Sheng Lee, Ph.D., School of Pharmacy, National Taiwan University

“Exploration of New Drugs Derived from Lauraceous Plants”

College Distinguished Lecture Series

The College Distinguished Lecture Series continued for a second successful year. The lecturers were

nominated by the divisions, approved by the Graduate and Research Committee and the Executive

Committee, invited and hosted by the divisions.

Distinguished Lecturers for 2006-07:

Dr. William J. Jusko, Professor and Chairman of Pharmaceutical Sciences, State University of

New York at Buffalo, presented “Pharmacodynamics: The Interface of Pharmacology and

Physiology” (November 8, 2006).

Dr. Peter J. Neumann, Director of the Center for the Evaluation of Value and Risk in Health, The

Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies, Tufts University School of Medicine,

presented “Using Cost-Effectiveness Analysis to Improve Health Care” (January 10, 2007).

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College Publications 2006-2007

Division of Medicinal Chemistry

P.-H. Tseng, S.-C. Weng, J.-R. Weng, R.W. Brueggemeier, C.L. Shapiro, S.E. Dunn, M. Pollak, and C.-S. Chen,

Overcoming trastuzumab resistance in HER2-overexpressing breast cancer cells by using a novel celecoxib-derived

PDK-1 inhibitor. Mol. Pharmacol., 70, 1534-1541 (2006).

B. Su, S. Landini, D.D. Davis, and R.W. Brueggemeier, Synthesis and biological evaluation of selective

aromatase expression regulators in breast cancer cells, J. Med. Chem., 50, 1635-1644 (2007).

R.W. Brueggemeier, Update on the use of aromatase inhibitors in breast cancer. Expert Opin. Pharmacother., 7,

1919-1930 (2006).

C.-C. Yang, C.-Y. Ku, S. Wei, C.-W. Shiau, C.-S. Chen, J. Pinzone, M.D. Ringel, and C.-S. Chen (2006)

“Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor g-Independent Repression of Prostate-Specific Antigen Expression by

Thiazolidinediones in Prostate Cancer Cells”, Mol Pharmacol, 69, 1564-1570

H.-Y. Lin, C.-S. Chen, S.-P. Lin, J.-R. Weng, and C.-S. Chen (2006) “Targeting Histone Deacetylase in Cancer

Therapy” Med. Res. Rev., 26, 397-413

J.-R. Weng, C.-Y. Chen, J. Pinzone, M.D. Ringel, and C.-S. Chen (2006) “Beyond PPAR-gamma Signaling. The

Multi-Facets of the Antitumor Effect of Thiazolidinediones” Endocrine-Related Cancer, 13, 401-413

C.-W. Shiau, J.-W. Huang, D.-S. Wang, J.-R. Weng, C.-C. Yang C. Li, and C.-S. Chen (2006) “a-Tocopheryl

Succinate Induces Apoptosis in Prostate Cancer Cells in part through Inhibition of Bcl-xL/Bcl-2 Function”, J.

Biol. Chem., 281, 11819-11825

R. E. Teresi, C.-W. Shiau, C.-S. Chen, V. K. Chatterjee, K. A. Waite, and C. Eng (2006) “Increased PTEN

expression due to transcriptional activation of PPARg by Lovastatin and Rosiglitazone” Int. J. Cancer, 118, 2390-

2398

J. W. Huang, C.-W. Shiau, J. Yang, D.-S. Wang, C.-Y. Chen, and C.-S. Chen (2006) Development of Small-

Molecule Cyclin D1-Ablative Agents” J. Med. Chem., 49, 4684-4689

S. K. Kulp, C.-S. Chen, D.-S. Wang, C.-Y. Chen, and C.-S. Chen (2006) “Antitumor effects of a novel phenylbutyrate-based

histone deacetylase inhibitor, (S)-HDAC-42, in prostate cancer” Clin. Cancer Res., 12, 5199-5206

P.-H. Tseng, S.-C. Weng, J.-R. Weng, R. W. Brueggemeier, C. L. Shapiro, S. E. Dunn, M. Pollak, and C.-S. Chen

(2006) “Overcoming trastuzumab resistance in HER2-overexpressing breast cancer cells by using a novel

celecoxib-derived phosphoinositide-dependent kinase-1 inhibitor” Mol. Pharmacol., 70, 1534-1541

J. Li, J. Zhu, W. S. Melvin, T. S., Bekaii-Saab, C.-S. Chen, P. Muscarella (2006) “A structurally optimized

celecoxib derivative inhibits human pancreatic cancer cell growth” J. Gastrointest. Surg. 10, 207-214

A. Yacoub, M. A. Park, D. Hanna, Y. Hong, C. Mitchell, A. P. Pandya, H. Harada, G. Powis, C.-S. Chen, C.

Koumenis, S. Grant, and P. Dent (2006) “OSU-03012 promotes caspase-independent, PWEK-, cathepsin B-,

BID- and AIF-dependent killing of transformed cells” Mol. Pharmacol. 70, 589-603

Z. Tong, X. Wu, C.-S. Chen, and J. P. Kehrer (2006) “Cytotoxicity of a non-cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor derivative

of celecoxib in non-small-cell lung cancer A549 cells” Lung Cancer 52, 117-124

P. Pyrko, N. Soriano, A. Kardosh, Y.-T. Liu, J. Uddin, N. A. Petasis, F. M. Hofman, C.-S. Chen, T. C Chen and

A. H. Schönthal (2006) “Downregulation of survivin expression and concomitant induction of apoptosis by

celecoxib and its non-cyclooxygenase-2-inhibitory analog, dimethyl-celecoxib (DMC), in tumor cells in vitro and

in vivo” Mol. Cancer 5:19

C.-C. Yang, Y.-C. Wang, S. Wei, L.-F. Lin, C.-S. Chen, C.-C. Lee, C.-C. Lin, and C.-S. Chen (2007)

“Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor g-Independent Suppression of Androgen Receptor Expression by

Troglitazone. Mechanism and Pharmacological Exploitation” Cancer Res, 67, 3229-3238

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Mershon, S.M.;, Anding, A.L.; Chapman, J.S; Clagett-Dame, M.; Stonerock, L. A.; Curley, R.W., Jr., “Solid

Phase-Assisted Synthesis and Screening of a Small Library of N-(4-Hydroxyphenyl) retinamide (4-HPR)

Analogs”, Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 17, 2007, 836-840.


Anding, A.L.; Chapman, J.S.; Barnett, D.W.; Curley, R.W., Jr.; Clagett-Dame, M., “The Unhydrolozable

Fenretinide Analog 4-Hydroxybenzylretinone Induces the Proapoptotic Genes GADD153 (CHOP) and BBC3

(PUMA) and Apoptosis that is Caspase-Dependent and Independent of the Retinoic Acid Receptor”, Cancer Res.,

67, 2007, 1-8.

Ishida H, Nakata T, Sato N, Li PK, Kuwabara T, Akinaga S. Inhibition of steroid sulfatase activity and cell

proliferation in ZR-75-1 and BT-474 human breast cancer cells by KW-2581 in vitro and in vivo. Breast Cancer

Res Treat. 2006.

Ishida H, Nakata T, Suzuki M, Shiotsu Y, Tanaka H, Sato N, Terasaki Y, Takebayashi M, Anazawa H, Murakata

C, Li PK, Kuwabara T, Akinaga S. A novel steroidal selective steroid sulfatase inhibitor KW-2581 inhibits

sulfated-estrogen dependent growth of breast cancer cells in vitro and in animal models. Breast Cancer Res Treat.

2007

Pandit, B. Sun, Y. Chen, P. Sackett, D. L. Hu, Z. Rich, W. Li, C. Lewis, A. Schaefer, K. Li, P. K., Structureactivity-relationship

studies of conformationally restricted analogs of combretastatin A-4 derived from SU5416.

Bioorg Med Chem 2006, 14, 6492-6501.

Gul HI, Yerdelen KO, Gul M, Das U, Pandit B, Li PK, Secen H, Sahin F. Synthesis of 4'-hydroxy-3'-

piperidinomethylchalcone derivatives and their cytotoxicity against PC-3 cell lines. Arch Pharm (Weinheim). 2007

340(4):195-201.

Byun, Y., Tjarks, W.; Investigation of zwitterionic 7-ammomium-7,9-nido-m-carborane. Tetrahedron Lett., 47,

5649-5652, 2006.

Narayanasamy, S.; Thirumamagal, B.T.S.; Johnsamuel, J.; Carnrot, C.; Byun, Y.; Cosquer, G.Y.; Yan, J.;

Bandyopadhyaya, A.K.; Tiwari, R.V.; Eriksson. S.; Tjarks, W. Hydrophilically-Enhanced 3-Carboranyl

Thymidine Analogues (3CTAs) for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT) of Cancer, Bioorg. Med. Chem. 14,

6886 -6899, 2006.

Bandyopadhyaya, A.K.; Tiwari, R.V.; Tjarks, W.; Comparative Molecular Field Analysis and Comparative

Molecular Similarity Indices Analysis of Boron Containing Human Thymidine Kinase 1 Substrates, Bioorg. Med.

Chem., 14, 6924-6932, 2006.

Byun, Y; Thirumamagal, B.T.S.; Yang, W.; Binns, P.J.; Riley, K.J.; Coderre, J.A.;, Ferketich, A.K.; Eriksson, S.;

Barth, R.F.; Tjarks, W.; Preparation and biological evaluation of 10B-enriched N5-2OH: A promising boron

delivery agent for boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) of brain tumors; J. Med. Chem., 49, 5513-5523, 2006.

Thirumamagal, B.T.S., Zhao, X. B.; Bandyopadhyaya, A.K.; Johnsamuel, J.; Tiwari, R.V.; Golightly, D.W., Patel,

V.; Jehning, B.T.; Backer, M.V.; Backer, J.M.; Lee, R.J.; Barth, R.F.; Tjarks, W.; Liposomal Formulations of

Boron-Containing Cholesterol Mimics for Boron Neutron CaptureTherapy (BNCT); Bioconjugate. Chem., 17,

1141-1150, 2006.

Carnrot, C.; Vogel, S.R.; Byun, Y.; Wang, L.; Tjarks, W.; Eriksson, S.; Phipps, A.J.; Evaluation of Thymidine

Kinase as a Potential Target for Development of Nucleoside Analogs against Bacillus anthracis; Biological

Chemistry, 387, 1575-1581, 2006.

Pan, X.; Wu, G.; Yang, W.; Barth, R.F.; Tjarks, W.; Lee, R. J.; Synthesis of Cetuximab-Immunoliposomes via a

Cholesterol-Based Membrane Anchor for Targeting of EGFR, Bioconjugate. Chem, 18, 101-108, 2007.

Wu, W.; Weilian Yang, W.; Barth, R.F.; Kawabata, S.; Swindall, M.; Bandyopadhyaya, A.K.; Tjarks, W.;

Khorsandi, B.; Blue, T.E.; Ferketich, A.F.; Yang, M.; Christoforidis, G.A.; Sferra, T.J.; Binns, P.J.; Riley, K.J.;

Ciesielski, M.J.; Fenstermaker, R.A. Molecular targeting and treatment of an EGF receptor positive glioma using

boronated cetuximab. Clin. Cancer Res., 13, 1260-1268, 2007.

J. Gonzalez, C. Stephens, T. Wenzler, R. Brun, F. Tanious, W. Wilson, T. Barszcz, K. Werbovetz, and D. Boykin.

Synthesis and antiparasitic evaluation of bis-2,5-[4-guanidinophenyl]thiophenes, European Journal of Medicinal

Chemistry, 42: 552-557, 2007.

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C. Gutteridge, J. Vo, C. Tillett, J. Vigilante, J. Dettmer, S. Patterson, K. Werbovetz, J. Capers, D. Nichols, A.

Bhattacharjee, L. Gerena. Antileishmanial and antimalarial chalcones: synthesis, efficacy and cytotoxicity of

pyridinyl and naphthalenyl analogs, Medicinal Chemistry, 3: 115-119, 2007.

D. Delfín, A. Bhattacharjee, A. Yakovich, and K. Werbovetz. Activity of and initial mechanistic studies on a novel

antileishmanial agent identified through in silico pharmacophore development and database searching, Journal of

Medicinal Chemistry, 49: 4196-4207, 2006.

D. Wu, T. George, E. Hurh, K. Werbovetz, and J. Dalton. Pre-systemic metabolism prevents in vivo

antikinetoplastid activity of N1, N4-substituted 3,5-dinitro sulfanilamide, GB-II-150, Life Sciences, 79: 1081-

1093, 2006.

T. George, J. Johnsamuel, D. Delfin, A. Yakovich, M. Mukherjee, M. Phelps, J. Dalton, D. Sackett, M. Kaiser, R.

Brun, and K. Werbovetz. Antikinetoplastid antimitotic activity and metabolic stability of dinitroaniline

sulfonamides and benzamides, Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, 14: 5699-5710, 2006.

A. Yakovich, F. Ragone, J. Alfonzo, D. Sackett, and K. Werbovetz. Leishmania tarentolae: Purification and

characterization of tubulin and its suitability for antileishmanial drug screening, Experimental Parasitology, 114:

289-296, 2006.

Chin, Y.-W.; Jones, W.P.; Riswan, S.; Chai, H.; Farnsworth, N.R.; Cordell, G.A.; Swanson, S.M.; Cassady, J.M.;

Kinghorn, A.D. Cytotoxic clerodane type diterpenes from the leaves of Premna tomentosa. Phytochemistry, 2006,

67, 1243-1248.

Balunas, M.J., W.P. Jones, Y.-W. Chin, Q. Mi, N.R. Farnsworth, D.D. Soejarto, G.A. Cordell, S.M. Swanson,

J.M. Pezzuto, H.-B. Chai, and A.D. Kinghorn. Relationships between inhibitory activity against a cancer cell line

panel, profiles of plant collected, and compound classes isolated, in an anticancer drug discovery project. Chem.

Biodivers., 2006, 3, 897-915.

Mi, Q., S. Kim, B. Y. Hwang, B.-N. Su, H. Chai, Z.H. Arbieva, A.D. Kinghorn, and S.M. Swanson. Silvestrol

regulates G2/M checkpoint genes independent of p53 activity. Anticancer Res., 2006, 26, 3349-3356.

Jang, D.S., B.-N. Su, A.D. Pawlus, Y.-H. Kang, S. Riswan, J.J. Afriastini, H.H.S. Fong, J.M. Pezzuto, and A.D.

Kinghorn. Beccaridiol, a 28-nortriterpenoid from the leaves of Diplectaria beccariana. Phytochemistry 2006, 67,

1832-1837.

Choi, J. K.; Murillo, G.; Su, B.-N.; Pezzuto, J.M.; Kinghorn, A.D.; Mehta, R.G. Ixocarpalactone A isolated from

the Mexican tomatillo shows potent antiproliferative and apoptotic activity in colon cancer cells. FEBS J., 2006,

273, 5714-5723.

Chin, Y.-W.; Mdee, M.K.; Mbwambo, Z.H.; Mi, Q.; Chai, H,-B.; Cragg, G.M.; Swanson, S.M.; Kinghorn, A.D.

Prenylated flavonoids from the root bark of Berchemia discolor, a Tanzanian medicinal plant. J. Nat. Prod., 2006,

69, 1649-1652.

Kim, S.; Chin, Y.-W.; Su, B.-N.; Riswan, S.; Kardono, L.B.S.; Afriastini, J.J.; Chai, H.; Farnsworth, N.R.;

Cordell, G.A.; Swanson, S.M.; Kinghorn, A.D. Cytotoxic flavonoids and bisamides from Aglaia edulis. J. Nat.

Prod., 2006, 69, 1769-1775.

Salim, A.A.; Pawlus, A.D.; Chai, H.-B.; Farnsworth, N.R.; Kinghorn, A.D.; Carache-Blanco, E.J. Ponapensin, a

cyclopenta[b,c]benzopyran with potent NF-kB inhibitory activity from Aglaia ponapensis. Bioorg. Med. Chem.

Lett., 2007, 15, 109-112.

Jones, W.P.; Lobo-Echeverri, T.; Mi, Q.; Chai, H.-B.; Soejarto, D.D.; Cordell, G.A.; Swanson, S.M.; Kinghorn,

A.D. Cytotoxic constituents from the fruiting branches of Callicarpa mericana collected in southern Florida. J.

Nat. Prod., 2007, 70, 373-377. [Included in a special issue in honor of the late Dr. K.L. Rinehart (March, 2007)].

Salim, A.A., B.-N. Su, H.-B. Chai, S. Riswan, L.B.S. Kardono, A. Ruskandi, N.R. Farnsworth, S.M. Swanson,

and A.D. Kinghorn. Dioxadispiroketal compounds and potential acyclic precursor from Amomum aculeatum.

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Stram DO, Yuan J-M, Chan KK, Gao Y-T, Ross RK, Yu MC. Beta-cryptoxanthin and Lung Cancer in Shanghai,

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Shah MH, Binkley P, Chan KK, Xiao J, Arbogast D, Collamore M, Farra Y, Young D, Wright J, and Grever M.

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Clin Cancer Res 12: 3997-4003, 2006.

Wei X, Dai G, Marcucci G, Liu Z, Hoyt D, Blum W, and Chan KK. A Specific Picomolar Hybridization-Based

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Pharm Res 23(6):1251-1264, 2006.

Liu Z, Xie Z, Liu S, Blum W, Perrotti D, Paschka P, Klisovic R, Byrd JC, Chan KK, and Marcucci G.

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Liu S, Klisovic RB, Vukosavljevic T, Yu J, Paschka P, Huynh L, Pang J, Liu Z, Blum W, Chan KK, Perrotti D and

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Gao W, Kim J, Dalton JT. Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Nonsteroidal Androgen Receptor

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Bhasin S, Calof OM, Storer TW, Lee ML, Mazer NA, Jasuja R, Montori VM, Gao W, Dalton JT. Drug insight:

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Gao W, Dalton JT. Expanding the therapeutic use of androgens via selective androgen receptor modulators

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Gao W, Dalton JT. Ockham’s razor and selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs): are we overlooking the

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Guan N, Korukonda R, Hurh E, Schmittgen TD, Donkor IO, Dalton JT. Apoptosis induced by novel aldehyde

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Hwang DJ, Yang J, Xu H, Rakov IM, Mohler ML, Dalton JT, Miller DD. Arylisothiocyanato selective androgen

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Nair VA; Mustafa SM; Mohler ML; Dalton JT; Miller DD.Synthesis of oxazolidinedione derived bicalutamide

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Patil R, Li W, Ross CR, Kraka E, Cremer D, Mohler ML, Dalton JT, and Miller DD. Cesium fluoride and tetran-butylammonium

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Byrd JC, Lin TS, Dalton JT, Wu D, Phelps MA, Fischer B, Moran M, Blum KA, Rovin B, Brooker-McEldowney

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Bohl CE, Wu Z, Miller DD, Bell CE, Dalton JT. Crystal structure of the T877A human androgen receptor

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Li W, Wang Z, Gududuru V, Zbytek B, Slominski AT, Dalton JT, Miller DD. Structure-activity relationship

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Kim J, Hayton WL, Schultz IR. Modeling the brain-pituitary-gonadal axis in salmon. Marine Environmental

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Hu TM, Hayton WL, Mallery SR. Kinetic Modeling of Nitric-Oxide-Associated Reaction Network. Pharm.

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Chaudhury C, Kim J, Mehnaz S, Wani MA, Oberyszyn TM, Bronson CL, Mohanty S, Hayton WL, Robinson

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Marchand C, Krajewski K, Lee HF, Antony S, Johnson AA, Amin R, Roller P, Kvaratskhelia M, Pommier Y

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Pan, X., Wu, G., Yang, W., Barth, R.F., Tjarks, W., and Lee, R.J. Synthesis of Cetuximab-Immunoliposomes

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Pan, X. and Lee, R.J. Construction of anti-EGFR immunoliposomes via folate-folate binding protein affinity.

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Weecharangsan, W., Opanasopit, P., and Lee, R.J. In vitro gene transfer using cationic vectors, electroporation

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Wu, J., Lee, A., Lu, Y., and Lee, R.J. Vascular targeting of doxorubicin using cationic liposomes. Int. J. Pharm.,

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Meng F, Henson R, Lang M, Wehbe H, Maheshwari S, Mendell JT, Jiang J, Schmittgen TD, and Patel T.

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Lee EJ, and Schmittgen TD. Comparison of RNA assay methods used to normalize cDNA for quantitative

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Lee, EJ, Gusev Y, Jiang J, Nuovo GJ, Lerner MR, Frankel WL, Morgan DL, Postier RG, Brackett DJ,

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Battisti R, Zhong Y, Fang L, Gibbs S, Shen J, Nadas J, Zhang G, Sun D. Modifying the Sugar Moieties of

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Cao X, Fang L, Gibbs S, Huang Y, Dai Z, Wen P, Zheng X, Sadee W, and Sun D. Glucose uptake inhibitor

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Badawy SIF, Gray DB, Zhao F, Sun D, Schuster AE, Hussain MA. Formulation of Solid Dosage Forms to

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Nadas J and Sun D. Anthracyclines as effective anticancer drugs. Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, 2006, 1:549-

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Cao X, Gibbs ST, Fang L, Miller HA, Landowski CP, Shin H-C, Lennernas H, Zhong Y, Amidon GL, Yu LX,

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Fang L, Battisti RF, Cheng H, Reigan P, Xin Y, Shen J, Ross D, Chan KK, Martin Jr EW, Wang PG, and Sun D.

Enzyme Specific Activation of Benzoquinone Ansamycin Prodrugs Using Humanized HuCC49CH2-alpha-

Galactosidase Conjugates. J Med Chem, 2006, 49: 6290-6297.

Division of Pharmacology

Affara, N.I., Trempus, C.S., Schanbacher, B.L., Pei, P., Mallery, S.R., Bauer, J.A., Robertson, F.M., “Activation of

Akt and mTOR in CD34+/K15+ keratinocyte stem cells and skin tumors during multi-stage mouse skin

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Giannone, P.J., Bauer, J.A., Schanbacher, B.L., Reber, K.M., “Effects of hyperoxia on postnatal intestinal

development”. Biotechnic Histochemistry: 82(1): 17-22, 2007.

Groner, J.A., Joshi, M., Bauer, J.A., “Pediatric precursors of adult cardiovascular disease: noninvasive assessment

of early vascular changes in children and adolescents”. Pediatrics 118(4): 1683-91, Oct. 2006.

Mihm MJ, Amann DM, Schanbacher BL, Altschuld RA, Bauer JA, Hoyt KR. “Cardiac dysfunction in the R6/2

mouse model of Huntington’s disease.” Neurobiology of Disease 25(2):297-308, 2007.

Giannone, P.J., Schanbacher, B.L., Bauer, J.A., Reber, K.M., “Effects of prenatal lipopolysaccharide exposure on

epithelial development and function in newborn rat intestine”. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition

43(3): 284-90, Sep, 2006.

Mihai, C., Iscru, D.F., Druhan L.J., Elton, T.S., Agarwal, G. “Discoidin domain receptor 2 inhibits fibrillogenesis

of collagen type 1”. Journal of Molecular Biology 361(5):864-76, 2006.

Martin, M.M., Lee, E.J., Jiang, J. Buckenberger, J.A., Schmittgen, T.D. and T.S. Elton. “MicroRNA-155

regulates human angiotensin II type 1 receptor expression in fibroblasts.” Journal of Biological Chemistry

281(27):18277-84, 2006.

Sridhar, A., Dech, S., Lacombe, V., Elton, T., McCune, S., Altschuld, R. and Carnes, C. “Abnormal diastolic

currents in ventricular myocytes from spontaneous hypertensive and heart failure (SHHF) rats.” AJP-Heart and

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Carrier RL, Ma TC, Obrietan K, Hoyt KR. “A sensitive and selective assay of neuronal degeneration in cell

culture.” Journal of Neuroscience Methods 154:239-44, 2006.

Ma TC, Buescher JL, Oatis B, Funk JA, Nash AJ, Carrier RL, Hoyt KR. “Metformin therapy in a transgenic

mouse model of Huntington’s disease.” Neuroscience Letters 411(2):98-103, 2007.

Rose, JL, Reeves, KC, Likhotvorik, RI, Hoyt, DG: “Base excision repair proteins are required for integrinmediated

suppression of bleomycin-induced DNA breakage in murine lung endothelial cells” J Pharmacol Exp

Ther 321(1): 318-26, 2007

McKay, D.B., Chang, C., González-Cestari, T.M., McKay, S.B., El-Hajj, R.A., Bryant, D.L., Zhu, M.X., Swaan,

P.W., Arason, K.M., Pulipaka, A.B., Orac, C.M., and Bergmeier, S.C. “Analogs of methyllycaconitine as novel

noncompetitive inhibitors of nicotinic receptors: pharmacological characterization, computational modeling, and

pharmacophore development.” Molecular Pharmacology 71(5):1288-97, 2007.

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Patil, P.N., “The classical competitive antagonism of phentolamine on smooth-muscle preparations,

investigated by two procedures”. Autonomic & Autocoid Pharmacology 27(1): 71-7, 2007.

Salazar-Bookaman, M.M., Miller, D.D., Patil, P.N., “Antagonism by imidazoline-type drugs of muscarinic and

other receptors in the guinea-pig ileum”. Autonomic & Autocoid Pharmacology 26(3), 267-73, 2006.

Serinagaoglu, Y., Zhang, R., Zhang, Y., Zhang, L., Hartt, G., Young, A.P., Oberdick, J., “A promoter element

with enhancer properties, and the orphan nuclear receptor ROR∂, are required for Purkinje cell-specific

expression of a Gi/o modulator”. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 34:324-42, 2007.

Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration

Faulk LA, Khanna V, McMichael AJ, Feldman SR, Bhosle M, Balkrishnan R. An educational brochure helps

improve patients’ understanding of resident's role and level of training. Journal of the American Academy of

Dermatology - 56(1): 165-167, 2007.

Dominiguez AR, Balkrishnan R, Ellzey AR, Pandya AG. Melasma in Latina patients: Cross-cultural adaptation

and validation of a quality-of-life questionnaire in Spanish language. Journal of the American Academy of

Dermatology 2006; 55(1):59-66.

Shenolikar RA, Balkrishnan R, Camacho FT, Whitmire JT, Anderson RT. Race and medication Adherence in

Medicaid Enrollees with Type 2 diabetes. Journal of the National Medical Association 2006;98(7): 1071-1077.

Simpson JF, Yelverton CB, Balkrishnan R, Fleischer AB, Lide W, Feldman SR. Would Elimination of Co-

Payments of Phototherapy Decrease the Cost of Treating Patients with Systemic Biologics?: A Cost analysis.

Managed Care Interface - 19(6): 39-43, 2006.

Balkrishnan R, Kayce CA, Pearce DP, Orsagh T, Gallagher JR, Fleischer AB, Feldman SR. Predictors of

treatment choices and associated outcomes in actinic keratoses: Results from a national physician survey study.

Journal of Dermatological Treatment - 17(3): 162-166, 2006.

Horwitz IB, McCall BP, Feldman SR, Balkrishnan R. Surveillance and Assessment of Occupational Dermatitis

using Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Data 1998-2002. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology -

55(2): 361-363, 2006.

Shenolikar RA, Balkrishnan R, Camacho FT, Anderson RT. Comparison of Medication Adherence and

Associated Health Care Costs After Introduction of Pioglitazone Treatment in African American Versus All

Other Races in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Retrospective Data Analysis. Clinical Therapeutics -

28(8): 1199-1207, 2006.

Yelverton CB, Balkrishnan R, Feldman SR. The Utility of a Data Logging Device for Measuring Adherence to

Home Phototherapy. Photodermatology, Photoimmunology & Photomedicine. 22(5):270-272, 2006.

Nelson AA, Miller AD, Fleischer AB, Balkrishnan R, Feldman SR. How much of a topical agent should be

prescribed for children of different sizes? Journal of Dermatological Treatment - 17(4): 224-228, 2006.

Kimmick G, Camacho FT, Foley KL, Levine E, Balkrishnan R, Anderson RT Racial Differences in Patterns of

Care Among Medicaid-Enrolled Patients With Breast Cancer. Journal of Oncology Practice- 2(5): 205-213,

2006.

Tusa M, Ladd M, Kaur M, Feldman SR, Balkrishnan R. Adapting electronic adherence monitors to standard

packages of topical medications. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology - 55(5): 886-887, 2006.

Pearce DJ, Higgins KB, Stealey KH, Balkrishnan R, Crane MM, Camacho FT, Fleischer AB, Feldman SR.

Adverse events from systemic therapies for psoriasis are common in clinical practice. Journal of Dermatological

Treatment - 17(5): 288-293, 2006.

Pearce DJ, Camacho F, Balkrishnan R, Fleischer AB Jr, Feldman SR. Trends in On and Off-label Calcipotriene

Use. Journal of Dermatological Treatment - 17(5): 308-313-293, 2006.

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Pearce DJ, Lucas J, Wood B, Chen GJ, Balkrishnan R, Feldman SR. Death from psoriasis: Representative data

from the United States. Journal of Dermatological Treatment - 17(5): 308-313-293, 2006.

Chu-Weininger MY, Balkrishnan R. Satisfaction with Primary Care Provider Choice and Associated Trust. BMC

Health Services Research - 6: 139 (13 printed pages), online publication, 2006.

Bivens MM, Bhosle, MJ, Balkrishnan R, Camacho FT, Feldman SR, Fleischer AB. Non-melanoma Skin Cancer:

Is The Incidence Really Increasing among Patients Younger than 40? A Re-examination Using 25 years of US

Outpatient Data. Dermatologic Surgery - 32(12): 1372-1379, 2006.

Cestari TF, Balkrishnan R, Weber MB, Prati C, Menegon DB, Mazzotti NG, Troian C. Translation and cultural

adaptation to portuguese of a quality of life questionnaire for patients with melasma. Medicina Cutanea 34(6):

270-274, 2006.

Krejci-Manwaring J, Tusa MG, Carroll CL, Kaur M, Camacho FT, Balkrishnan R, Feldman SR. Stealth

Monitoring of Adherence to Topical Medication: Adherence is Very Poor in Children with Atopic Dermatitis.

Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology - 56(2): 211-216, 2007.

Foley KL, Camacho F, Levine E, Kimmick G, Balkrishnan R, Anderson RT. The Influence of Radiation Therapy

on Survival among Low-Income Breast Cancer Patients Treated with Breast Conserving Surgery. Breast Cancer

Research and Treatment - 101(2): 207-214, 2007.

Anderson RT, Camacho FT, Ballkrishnan R. Willing to Wait: The Influence of Patient Wait Time on Satisfaction

with Primary Care. BMC Health Services Research - 7: 31 (5 printed pages).

Bhosle MJ, Samuel SV, Vosuri V, Paskett ED, Balkrishnan R. Physician and patient characteristics associated with

outpatient breast cancer screening recommendations in the United States: Analysis of the National Ambulatory

Medical Care Survey Data 1996-2004. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment - 103(1): 53-59, 2007.

Krejci-Manwaring J, McCarty A, Camacho F, Balkrishnan R, Hartle J, Feldman SR. Extreme Adherence

Behaviors in a Clinical Trial of Combined Topical Oral Treatment Regimen. Cutis - 79(5):379-381, 2007.

Balkrishnan R, Bhosle MJ, Joish VN, Seal B, Rasu RS, Nahata MC. Prior authorization of newer insomnia

medications in managed care: is it necessary? Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine - 3(4): 393- 398, 2007.

Statton FS, Bhosle MJ, Camacho FT, Feldman SR, Balkrishnan R. How PAs improve access to care for the

underserved. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants - 20(6): 32-36, 2007.

Bhosle MJ, Reardon G, Camacho RT, Anderson R, Balkrishnan R. Medication adherence and health care costs

with introduction of latanoprost therapy for glaucoma in a Medicare managed care population. American Journal

of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy - 5(2):100-111, 2007.

Pawaskar MD, Anderson RT, Camacho FT, Cobden D, Joshi AS, Balkrishnan R. Health care costs and

medication adherence associated with initiation of insulin pen therapy in Medicaid-enrolled patients with type 2

diabetes: A retrospective database analysis. Clinical Therapeutics - 29(Theme Issue): 1294-1305, 2007.

Balkrishnan R, Arondekar BV, Camacho FT, Shenolikar RA, Horblyuk R, Anderson RT. Comparisons of

rosiglitazone versus pioglitazone monotherapy introduction and associated healthcare utilization in Type 2 diabetes

Medicaid enrollees. Clinical Therapeutics - 29(Theme Issue): 1306-1315, 2007.

Balkrishnan R, Jayawant SS. Medication adherence research in populations: measurement issues and other

challenges. Clinical Therapeutics 2007;29(6):1180-3.

Price J, Bhosle MJ, Feldman SR, Balkrishnan R. Outcomes associated with the use of biologic agents in

moderate to severe psoriasis. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology - 6(3): 259-267, 2007.

Beatty SJ, Rodis JL, Bellebaum KL, Mehta BH. Community and ambulatory pharmacy: evaluation

of patient care services and billing patterns before implementation of Medicare part D. J Am Pharm Assoc 2006;

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McDonough RP, Bennett MS. Improving Communication Skills of Pharmacy Students Through Effective

Precepting. AJPE 2006 ;70 (3) Article 58

Brackett, C. Sulfonamide Allergy and Cross-Reactivity. Cur Allerg Asthma Rep. 2007; 7: 41-48.

Buerki RA, Vottero LD. Professional ethics. In: Adler IM, Carlton RR, eds. Introduction to Radiologic Therapy

and Patient Care. 4th ed. St. Louis: Saunders, an Imprint of Elsevier Science, 2007: 347-57.

Salim AA, Pawlus AD, Chai H-B, Farnsworth NR, Kinghorn AD, Carcache-Blanco EJ. Ponapensin, a

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Carcache de Blanco EJ, Pandit B, Hu Z, Shi J, Lewis A, Li P-K. Inhibitors of NF_B derived from Thalidomide.

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Schwarzwald CC, Hamlin RL, Bonagura JD, Nishijima Y, Meadows C, Carnes CA. Atrial, SA nodal, and AV

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Sridhar A, Dech SJ, Lacombe VA, Elton TS, McCune SA, Altschuld RA, Carnes CA. Abnormal diastolic currents

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Casper KA. OTC Product: Band-Aid Liquid Bandage. J Am Pharm Assoc 2006;46:768.

Clark CA, Mehta BH, Pruchnicki MC, Rodis JL. The pharmacist’s role in methotrexate injection teaching for

patients with Crohn's disease. AJHP 2006; 63: 1792-4.

Dasta JF. Challenges of economic analysis of pharmaceuticals in the ICU setting: Outcomes of sedatives. ICU

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LeBlanc JM, Seoane-Vazquez E, Dasta J. International survey of hospital pharmacy practice. Am J Health-Syst

Pharm 2007

LeBlanc JL, Kane-Gill SL, Cook CH, Dasta JF. Bispectral index does not correlate with the stress response in

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Dasta JF, Jacobi JJ, Sesti AM, McLaughlin T. Addition of Dexmedetomidine to Standard Sedation Regimens

After Cardiac Surgery: An Outcomes Analysis. Pharmacotherapy 2006;26:798-805.

Ng T, Singh AK, Dasta J, Feldman D, Mebaaza A. Contemporary issues in the pharmacologic management of

acute heart failure. Critical Care Clinics of North America 2006;22:199-219

LeBlanc JM, Kazierad DJ, Dasta JF, Schentag JJ. Impact of disease states on the pharmacokinetics and

pharmacodynamics of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors. J Clin Pharmacol 2006;46:968-980.

Gerlach AJ, Dasta JF. Dexmedetomidine: an updated review. Ann Pharmacother 2007;41:245-54.

Mabins MN, Emptage RE, Giannamore MR, Hall LE. Drug sample provision and its effect on continuous drug

therapy in an indigent care setting. J Am Pharm Assoc. 2007; 47: 366-372.

Fang L, Holford NHG, Hinkle G, Cao X, Xiao JJ, Bloomston M, Gibbs S, Al Saif OH, Dalton JT, Chan KK,

Schlom J, Martin, Jr. EW, Sun D. Population Pharmacokinetics of Humanized Monoclonal Antibody

HuCC49CH2 CC49 in Colorectal Cancer Patients. J Clin Pharmacol 2007;47:227-237.

Kelley KA, Demb, A. Competency based Assessment: Instrumentation for Comparing Student & Faculty

Perceptions of Competency-Based Assessment, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2006;70, (6)

Article134.

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Bao S., Knoell DL. Zinc Modulates Cytokine-Induced Lung Epithelial Cell Barrier Permeability. Am J Physiol

Lung Cell Mol Physiol 2006 Dec;291(6):L1132-41.

Knoell DL. Tiotropium: Anticholinergic Medications for the Treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary

Disease. Pharmacy & Therapeutics. 2007;32(3):150-159.

McAuley JW. Antiepileptic Drugs: A Focus on Issues for Women with Epilepsy. The Female Patient 2007 (Suppl)

13-18.

Sirven JI, McAuley JW, Uthman BM, Bishop M. Diagnosing and Treating Epilepsy in Older Adults. Clinical

Geriatrics 2007;15(6;suppl 1):1-12.

Mehta B, Shah B, Zlott D. Demonstrating pharmacists' value: This is the time and tide to work together. JAPhA

2007; 47(1): 12-17.

Bhosle MJ, Feldman SR, Camacho FT, Whitmire JT, Nahata MC, Balkrishnan R. Medication Adherence And

Associated Health Care Costs With Biologics In Medicaid-Enrolled Patients With Psoriasis. Journal of

Dermatological Treatment - 17(5): 294-301, 2006.

Caballero J, Hitchcok M, Scharre D, Beversdorf D, Nahata MC. Cognitive Effects of Atypical Antipsychotics in

Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and Comorbid Psychiatric or Behavioral Problems: A Retrospective Study.

Clinical Therapeutics 2006; 28:1695-700.

Flynn JT, Nahata MC, Mahan JD, Portman RJ. Population pharmacokinetics of amlodipine in Hypertensive

children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2006;46:905-16.

Caballero J, Hitchcock M, Beversdorf D, Scharre D, Nahata M. Long-term effects of antidepressants on

cognition in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics 2006;31:593-8.

Stojanovski SD, Casavant MJ, Mousa HM, Baker P, Nahata MC. Atomeoxetine-induced hepatitis in a child.

Clinical Toxicology 2007;45:51-5.

Nahata MC. Unparalleled opportunities for improving medication-related health outcomes. American Journal

Pharmaceutical Education 70:80-85, 2006.

Roche VF, Nahata MC, Wells BG, Kerr RA, Draugalis JR, Maine LL, Abate MA, Brueggemeier RW, Digate RJ,

et al. Roadmap to 2015: preparing competent pharmacists and pharmacy faculty for the future. Combined report

of the 2005-06 Argus Commission and the academic affairs, professional affairs, and research and graduate affairs

committees. American Journal Pharmacy Education 70:Suppl:5-12, 2006.

Pedersen CA, Schneider PJ, Scheckelhoff DJ. “ASHP National Survey of Pharmacy Practice in Hospital Settings:

Monitoring and Patient Education –2006.” Am J Health-Syst Pharm 2007; 64: 507-20.

Gaither CA, Nadkarni A, Mott DA, Schommer JC, Doucette WR, Kreling DK, Pedersen CA. Should I stay or

should I go? The influence of individual and organizational factors on pharmacists’ future work plans. Journal of

the American Pharmacists Association 2007; 47(2):165-173.

Forrey RA, Pedersen CA, Schneider PJ. Interrater Agreement of the NCC MERP Taxonomy for Medication

Errors. Am J Health-Syst Pharm 2007;64:175-81.

Pedersen CA, Schneider PJ, Scheckelhoff DJ, Chang EH. ASHP survey indicates that over 57% of pharmacy

technicians working in general and children’s medical-surgical hospitals are PTCB certified. CPhT Connection

2006/7;(Winter):3.

Bussard BE, McAlearney AS, Pedersen CA, Schneider PJ. Adoption of Technology to Improve Medication

Safety: Perspectives of Pharmacy Directors. Journal of Patient Safety 2006; 2(4):217-24.

Schommer JC, Pedersen CA, Worley MM, Brown LM, Hadsall RS, Ranelli PL, Stratton TP, Uden DL,

Chewning BA. Provision of Risk Management and Risk Assessment Information: The Role of the Pharmacist.

Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2006; 2(4):458-478.

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Otto CN and Pedersen CA. Health Care Reform. In: McCarthy RL, Schafermeyer KW, eds. Introduction to

Health Care Delivery: A Primer for Pharmacists. 4th ed. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2007:539-563.

LeBlanc JM, Pruchnicki MC, Rohdieck S, Khurma A, and Dasta JF. An instructional seminar for online casebased

discussions. Am J Pharm Ed 2007 Jun 15;71(3):42.

Rodis JL, Kibbe P. Development of a Hepatitis C Support Group. Am J Health-Syst Pharm 2006;63(17):1594-6.

Rodis JL, Thomas RA. A Stepwise Approach to Developing Point-of-Care Testing Services in a

Community/Ambulatory Pharmacy Setting. J Am Pharm Assoc 2006;46(5):594-604. [Featured Article on

Medscape Pharmacists MedPulse, Pharmacists.medscape.com, week of January 22, 2007]

Candy TC, Schneider PJ, Pedersen CA. Impact of USP chapter 797: Results of a national survey. Am J Health-

Syst Pharm 2006; 63:1336-1343.

Schneider PJ and TS Thielke. Reaching out to international pharmacy. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 2006:63:2399-

401.

Enrique Seoane-Vazquez, Rosa Rodriguez-Monguio. “Negotiating antiretroviral drug prices: the experience of the

Andean countries.” Health Policy and Planning, 2007 22(2):63-72.

Enrique C. Seoane, Rosa Rodriguez-Monguio, Jay Visaria, Angeline Carlson. “Exogenous endoscopy-related

infections, pseudo-infections, and toxic reactions: clinical and economic burden.” Current Medical Research and

Opinion, 2006;22(10): 2007 -21.

Rosa Rodriguez-Monguio R, Joan Rovira, Enrique C. Seoane. “Analysis of the World Bank Pharmaceutical

Lending.” Health Policy. Available online Jul 7, 2006;15 pp.

Enrique C. Seoane, Rosa Rodriguez-Monguio, Jay Visaria, Angeline Carlson. “Endoscopy-Related Infections and

Toxic Reactions: An International Comparison.” Endoscopy, 2007;39:1-37. Forthcoming.

Szeinbach, Sheryl L, Williams, P. Brock, Seoane-Vazquez, E.C., Beyer, A. Impact of Allergic Rhinitis on Work

Productivity. Primary Care Respiratory Journal, 16(2): 98-105, 2007.

Szeinbach, Sheryl L., Seoane-Vazquez, E.C., Enrique C., Parahk, Ashish, Herderick, Michelle. Dispensing

Errors in Community Pharmacy: Impact of Sociotechnical Factors. International Journal for Quality in Health

Care, 19(4): (June): 1-7.

Inquilla C, Szeinbach SL, Seoane EC, Kappeler KH. Computerized prescriber order entry systems in pediatric

facilities: The pharmacy perspective. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, June/July, 2007.

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NIH Grants Awarded FY2006

NIH, Principal Investigator

Name Institute Project Title FY06 Award

Au, Jessie L.-S. National Cancer Institute FGF: a mechanism of acquired $245,219

multidrug resistance

Brueggemeier, Robert W. National Cancer Institute Estrogen biotransformations and breast $270,783

cancer etiology

Chan, Kenneth K National Cancer Institute Preclinical pharmacological study of $436,610

antitumor and other agnts

Chen, Ching-Shih National Cancer Institute Novel Celecoxib Derivatives as $134,550

Chemopreventive Agents

Chen, Ching-Shih National Cancer Institute Targeting Akt and Bcl-2 in prostate cancer $288,324

prevention

Curley, Robert W. National Cancer Institute Analog studies of 4-HPR and its glucuronide $268,719

Dalton, James T. Nat. Inst. Diabetes, Digestive, Pharmacology of nonsteroidal androgen $326,318

Kidney Dis

receptor ligands

Knoell, Daren L. National Heart lung Blood Cytolytic attack against lung parenchyma $126,942

in emphysema

Kvaratskhelia, M. Nat. Inst. Allergy & Infect. Dis. Structural studies of HIV-1 integration $287,417

Kvaratskhelia, M. Nat. Inst. Allergy & Infect. Dis. HIV-1 gag structure as a therapeutic target $149,500

Lee, Robert J. National Cancer Institute Targeted liposomal doxorubicin delivery $296,904

to leukemia

Pawlus, Alison D. NIH NCCAM Effect of Noni on Diabetic Cardiovascular $58,036

Disease

Werbovetz, Karl A. Nat. Inst. Allergy & Infect. Dis. Simple, Selective Antimitotic Antiparasitic $307,686

Agents

Wientjes, M. Guillaume National Cancer Institute Enhanced Chemosensitivity of Pancreatic $265,742

Cancer

Wientjes, M. Guillaume National Cancer Institute Tumor priming to promote nanoparticle $156,936

gene delivery

NIH via subprojects and subcontracts

Name Institute Project Title FY06 Award

Dalton, James T. National Cancer Institute Cancer Center Core grant $81,029

Dalton, James T. NIH via University of Novel irreversible SARMs for prostate $126,762

Tennessee

cancer

Tjarks, Werner NIH via Barth subproject Molecular targeting of EGFR for the $32,048

treatment of gliomas

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Other Fed. Agencies, Assoc., Fndns.

Name Agency Project Title FY06 Award

Chen, Ching-Shih Susan G. Komen Breast Sensitizing ER-nagative breast cancer $125,000

Cancer Fndn.

cells to tamoxifen- …

Chen, Ching-Shih Army Medical Research & Novel molecularly targeted agents $373,750

Material Command

for prostate cancer treatment

Dalton, James T. NSF Div. Engn., Ed., and Centers CANPBD: evaluation of nanoscale gene $38,812

delivery devices …

Hayton, William L. National Science Foundation Modeling the salmonid hypothalamus- $370,615

pituitary-gonad axis

Hoyt, Kari The Parkinson’s Disease Fndn. Chronic biguanide exposure as a new $40,000

mouse model of P.D.

Kvaratskhelia, M. American Cancer Soc. Inc. HIV-1 Integrase structure as a $766,000

therapeutic target

Lee, Robert J NSF Div. Engn., Ed., and Centers CANPBD: evaluation of nanoscale gene $45,013

delivery devices …

Schmittgen, Thomas D. National Pancreas Fndn. Antisense knockdown of microRNA $25,000

for pancreatic …

Sun, Duxin FDA In vitro cell systems and in vivo animal $25,000

models….

Sun, Duxin PhRMA Foundation Site specific activation of geldanamycin $30,000

prodrug …

Werbovetz, Karl A. World Health Organization Synthetic/medicinal chemistry $49,480

"workstations"

Werbovetz, Karl A. United Negro College Fund Parallel synthesis, identification and

evaluation of novel … $40,000

Other Local Agencies, Associations, or Foundations

Name Agency Project Title FY06 Award

Balkrishnan, Rajesh Wake Forest University Center for dermatology research $71,705

Carnes, Cynthia American Heart Ohio Affiliate The effect of diabetes-altered calcium $43,000

homeostasis on glucose transporter

activity

Elton, Terry S. American Heart Ohio Affiliate Hyperglycemic regulation of the human $121,000

angiotensis II …

Havard, Patty Children's Research Institute Family-centered, community-based, $10,000

coordinated HIV care program

Nahata, Milap Ohio Dept. of Mental Health Survey of bulk prescription drug $50,000

purchasing programs ODMH

Seoane-Vazquez, Ohio Public Employees

Enrique Retirement Sys OPERS pharmaceutical program: $33,000

anaylsis and …

Sun, Duxin Ohio Cancer Research Targeted prodrug delivery for cancer $25,000

Associates

therapy

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Industry Sponsored

Name Industry Project Title FY06 Award

Balkrishnan, Rajesh GlaxoSmithKLine Assess burden and impact of poor treatment $20,000

adherence …

Balkrishnan, Rajesh GlaxoSmithKLine Prevalence and impact of poor treatment $24,000

adherence …

Balkrishnan, Rajesh Centocor, Inc. Costs and outcomes associated with $40,000

introduction of

Dalton, James T. Eli Lilly & Co. Intercellular trafficking of receptor mediated $35,400

endocytosis of riboflavin

Dasta, Joseph Aspect Medical Systems A prospective analysis of the association $1,615

between lorazepam..

Hayton, William L. Berlex Labs Inc. Leukine plasma binding and PK/PD model $20,722

Lee, Robert J. Sibyl Pharmaceutical Inc Targeting liposomal daunorubicin to myeloid $3,250

leukemia

Pharmacy Practice Contracts:

Laura Hall/Milap Nahata Pharmacy services for an indigent population $130,000

Columbus Neighborhood Health Centers

Kristen Casper/Milap Nahta Pharmaceutical care in community pharmacies $52,000

Kroger Pharmacies

Ruth Emptage/Milap Nahata Pharmacy services in home care setting $50,000

Lifecare Alliances/Cardinal Health

Vinita Pai/Milap Nahata Pharmacy services for children $50,000

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

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Alumni Affairs

A lumni regularly contribute their time, expertise and effort in many ways to support the mission of

the College. They serve on important committees related to the Alumni Governing Board business,

participate in hosting alumni and college-wide events, interview prospective students, act as recruiters,

and serve as preceptors in our critically important experiential programs.

The OSU College of Pharmacy Alumni Society Annual Meeting and 24th Alumni Awards Ceremony

was held on May 4, 2007 at the Blackwell Hotel and Conference Center. This is the culminating event

of the Alumni Society year at which the College and Society honor outstanding College alumni. The

banquet was attended by 119 alumni, faculty and guests. The Alumni

Relations Committee, Chaired by Professor Kristin Casper, selected an

outstanding group of honorees.

Lou Marcy

Director, Alumni Affairs

Distinguished Alumni Award recipients must have a professional

degree (BS, MS, PharmD) from the OSU College of Pharmacy, have

made distinguished contributions in the fields of public health and

public service, have performed outstanding activities in the interest of

the College and its students, and have an outstanding record in the

profession of pharmacy.

Distinguished Alumni Awards 2007:

❖ Karen Naquin Hale, B.S. ’78, MPH, Education Specialist, Office of

Research and Clinical Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University

College of Pharmacy, Columbus, Ohio

❖ Kenneth M. Hale, B.S. ’76, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Professional

and External Affairs, The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy,

Columbus, Ohio

❖ William Owen Hays, B.S. 1937, Retired Ohio Pharmacist

❖ Marilyn E. Wollett, B.S. ’65, Director of Pharmacy Practice, Medco Health Solutions, Inc.,

Dublin, Ohio

The Jack L. Beal Postbaccalaureate Alumni Award is named in honor of the late Jack L. Beal, PhD,

1952, Professor Emeritus of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy at The Ohio State University.

The recipient of the Jack Beal Award must have a postbaccalaureate degree (MS, PhD, or PharmD) from

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy and shall have contributed significantly to research and

scholarship in the pharmaceutical sciences and/or contributed outstanding service to the professional

practice of pharmacy.

Jack L. Beal Postbaccalaureate Alumni Award Recipients 2007:

❖ Matthias C. Lu, Ph.D. ’69, Assistant Head for Curricular Affairs,

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy, Chicago, Illinois

❖ Michael J. Pcolinski, Ph.D. ’92, Business Manager for BASF’s Industrial Coatings Solutions

business unit in North America, Southfield, Michigan.

❖ Kenneth A. Skau, B.S. ’70, Ph.D. ’77, Professor of Pharmacology,

University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy, Cincinnati, Ohio

The Josephine Sitterle Failer Alumni Award recipient is named in honor of Josephine Sitterle Failer,

BS, 1939 (d. 1987), a long-time College benefactor who contributed service to the College for nearly

five decades. The award recognizes an alumnus who has received a professional degree from the College

of Pharmacy within the past ten years and has made outstanding contributions to community or

professional service.

Josephine Sitterle Failer Award Recipients 2007:

❖ Bella H. Mehta, B.S. ’95, Pharm.D. ’97, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy,

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, Columbus, Ohio

❖ Sheila M. Thomas-Jackson, B.S. ’92, Pharm.D. ’00, Group Manager, Clinical Outcomes,

Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America

Linda Bendinelli served as

President of the College of

Pharmacy Alumni Society 2005-

2007. Her enthusiasm for OSU and

our college is contagious. Linda's

leadership kept our alumni active

and engaged in activities at the

college. She is most proud of the

society's support of the College

White Coat Ceremony and their

continued support of students and

academic programs. For Linda

herself, this leadership role

reconnected her with the college

and the faculty and students she

so respects.

A Non-Traditional PharmD

student herself, Linda is excited

to be learning along side

pharmacists from many different

fields (hospital, retail, research,

managed care, long-term care).

She is gaining professional

confidence and experiences with

every new rotation. Although

difficult at times to fit this

program into her life (Linda and

her husband have 2 children in

college), she is very happy that

she made this decision and is

looking forward to a December

2007 graduation.

Linda is currently an Oncology

Pharmacist at Riverside Hospital

in Columbus.

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THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE of PHARMACY

ALUMNI SOCIETY GOVERNING BOARD ROSTER 2007-2008

Officer Name Degree, Year Location Pharmacy Practice Site

President Donald L. Bennett, B.S. '70 Westerville, OH Hospital

President-Elect Larry C. Schieber, B.S. '81 Circleville, OH Community

Vice President Kathy Nameth B.S. '80

Secretary Kimberly L. McDevitt B.S. '81 Columbus, OH Community

Treasurer Col. John J. Coughlin B.S. '56 Westerville, OH Community (retired)

Immediate

Past President Linda F. Bendinelli, B.S. '80 Columbus, OH Hospital

Alumni Thomas P. Sherrin B.S. '65, M.S. '67 Powell, OH Health Care Org

Representative

to the OSUAA

Alumni Advisory

Board

Representative Name Degree, Year Location Pharmacy Practice Site

District 1(2007-2011) Dale A. Bertke B.S. '85 Minster, OH Long Term Care

District 2(2005-2009) Cecilia "Ceil" Canestraro B.S. '81 Urbana, OH Hospital

District 3(2007-2011) Michael Scott Ferriell B.S. '76 Brookville, OH Hospital

District 4(2005-2009) Mark P. Mershon B.S. '89 Cincinnati, OH Community

District 5(2003-2007) Creg F. Stockwell B.S. '77 Washington C.H., OH Hospital

District 6(2005-2009) Lorrie L. Burns Pharm.D. '03 Blacklick, Ohio Hospital

Shirlyn Chaffin B.S. '59 Westerville, OH Community

Amira E. Del Tosto B.S. '93 Columbus, OH Community

Niesha Griffith M.S. '96 Columbus, OH Hospital

Robert S. Hayman B.S. '64 Grove City, OH Community

Mary Beth Kanatas B.S. '80 Columbus, OH Community

Gregory D. Kuck Pharm.D., '00 Columbus, OH Federal Pharmacy

David H. "Doc" Lamberjack B.S. '93 Dublin, OH Community

John A. Lince B.S. '64 Columbus, OH Community

Janet Senek Robertson B.S. '84 Columbus, OH Nuclear Pharmacy

Bonnie Croce Spiers B.S. '71 Westerville, OH Industry

Marilyn Keish Wollett B.S. '65 Columbus, OH Mail Order Rx

District 7(2007-2011) Susan Brown B.S. '76 Morral, OH Community

District 8(2005-2009) Christopher L. Hirt B.S. '95 Fremont, OH Hospital

District 9(2007-2011) Dr. Brian Frank George B.S. '96, Pharm.D.'98 Lexington, OH Hospital

District 10(2005-2009) Eric M. Hals B.S. '89 Pataskala, OH Community

Benjamin A. “Andy” Black B.S. '94 Pickerington, OH Clinical

District 11(2007-2011) Kenneth Lee Warman B.S. '78 Portsmouth, OH Community

District 12(2005-2009) Kenneth D. Crist B.S. '80, Pharm.D. '83 Zanesville, OH Res/Clinical Practice

District 13(2007-2011) Jerry S. Marlowe B.S. '61 Dover, OH Long Term Care/

Compounding

District 14(2005-2009) John A. Nees B.S. '51 Louisville, OH Community

District 15(2007-2011) Kathleen D. Donley B.S. '77, MBA Hudson, OH Health System

District 16(2005-2009) Virginia Lynn Beaty B.S. '96 North Olmsted, OH Community

Inga Becker-Gutarts B.S. '98 Solon, OH Community

Scott G. Jamieson B.S. '82 Lexington, OH Hospital

District 17(2007-2011) Gary Lee Kabetso, Jr. B.S. '94 Canfield, OH Health System

District 18(2005-2009) Brent J. Swipas B.S. '90 Warren, OH Community

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Out-of-State Name Degree, Year Location Pharmacy Practice Site

Representatives

(2003-2007) Robert P. Henderson B.S. '81, Birmingham, AL Education

Pharm.D., UT '03

Andrew J. Irons B.S. '98, Leola, PA Clinical Community

Pharm.D. '00

(2005-2009) Douglas A. Miller B.S. '72 Plymouth, MI Hospital

Laura Matchett Shaw B.S. ‘87 Waterford, MI Chain Executive

Karen Balcerzak B.S. '80 Red Bank, NJ Oncology Sales Rep.

Board Appointees

(2003-2007) Barbara J. Ague B.S. '77 Cuyahoga Falls, OH Hospital

(2004-2008) Joel Arnold B.S. '58 Cleveland, OH Chain management

(2005-2009) Phyllis Grauer B.S. '77 Plain City, OH Palliative Care

(2005-2009) Robert J. Dupont Sr. B.S. '62 Columbus, OH Community

(2005-2009) Terry Light Fraker B.S. '69 Perrysburg, OH LT Care/ Infusion

(2005-2009) Paul E. Herring B.S. '68 Reynoldsburg, OH Consultant Pharmacy

(2005-2007) Jeffrey R. Legg B.S. '91, M.S. '92 Westerville, OH Health Care Org

(2004-2008) J David Luckhaupt B.S. '50 Powell, OH Retired HS Admin

(2007-2011) Frank Sainato B.S. '58 Westerville, OH Chain management

(2005-2009) Col. Jerry F. Pierson BS '80, Ph.D. '97 Frederick, MD US Army/Research

(2003-2007) James W. Staker B.S. '56 Portsmouth, OH Community

(2005-2009) Sara New St. Angelo B.S. '76 Indianapolis, IN Hospital

Lifetime Member Name Degree, Year

in Memoriam Jack L. Beal Ph.D.'52

Robert W. Jones B.S. '48

Josephine S. Failer B.S. '39

Richard I. Wells B.S. '56

Lifetime Member Name Degree, Year Location Pharmacy Practice Site

Charles W. “Bill” Ague B.S. '50 N.E. Ohio Retired

Lt. Col. Ralph V. Foster B.S. '56 Columbus, OH Industry (ret.)

Daniel B. Waitzman B.S. '43 Columbus, OH Community (ret.)

Alumni Affairs Lou Marcy B.S. '65 Columbus, OH Clinical Partners

Director

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Outreach and Engagement

The College of Pharmacy continues meaningful and mutually beneficial

collaborations with university colleagues and partners outside the academic

community. Director of Outreach and Engagement, Professor Jerry Cable,

encourages faculty to not only teach students who attend the College but also

engage in:

❖ Teaching that enables learning beyond the campus walls;

❖ Research that makes discovery useful beyond the

academic community;

❖ Service that benefits the public.

Pharmacy students learn early

in their program that outreach is

an important part of their

professional activities. Our

students involved in APhA-ASP,

Academy of Student

Pharmacists, the world’s largest

pharmacy student organization,

explore many career paths

in pharmacy today. They

attend regional meetings and

participate in patient counseling

competitions.

Throughout the academic

year they contribute their time

and energy to the many patient

care projects the organization

supports; Katy’s Kids, Heartburn

Awareness, Operation

Diabetes, Operation

Immunization, and Poison

Education.

Students find that joining ASP

provides leadership

opportunities, networking and

career development. They meet

other pharmacy students and

practitioners from all over the

world. Perhaps most

important…they extend their

learning beyond our campus

walls and discover ways to use

their expertise and energy to

benefit the public.

Current partnerships include:

❖ OSU Extension;

❖ Columbus Neighborhood Health Center (CNHC);

❖ Kroger;

❖ Cardinal Health-Life Care Alliance;

❖ Capital Park, Columbus Public Health Department

and ColumbusFree Clinic;

❖ Life-Care Alliance; Columbus Public Schools;

Central Ohio Poison Center; and Catholic Social

Services/BRC Properties, Inc.

Pharmacy students engage in immunization administration

and education, diabetes screening and education, medication

safety, brown-bag mediation reviews, assistance to senior citizens considering

Medicare Part-D plan options, health fairs/screenings and service at Central Ohio

free medical clinics. Pharmacy students contributed thousands of hours of

community service through health related events, community-based programs for

senior citizens and underserved people, tutoring, and the like.

Ken Hale, Assistant Dean for Professional and External Affairs, is involved in

developing initiatives focusing on educational outreach, such as an introduction to

pharmacy pedagogy at other Ohio universities, and is collaborating with other

Pharmacy faculty on a “K through college” medication safety programming

initiative. Dean Hale teaches undergraduate and professional students and assists

in the ongoing development of diversity initiatives in the College.

Professional continuing education (CE) is a critical component of outreach to

our professional colleagues. Jerry Cable serves as CE Administrator and is assisted

by Barbara Hegler, Program Manager. Together they administer and manage Ohio

and ACPE continuing education programs, including the 5th Annual Autumn

Symposium held September 7, 2007, as part of the College alumni tailgate

weekend. 53 CE programs were administered during this period.

Gerald Cable

Director, Outreach and

Engagement

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Partner for Promotion is a

successful example of what can

happen when Pharmacy faculty

and students collaborate with

community pharmacists to create

patient care programs.

Jennifer Rodis, Julie Legg, and

Kristin Casper, with an Excellence

in Engagement grant from The

OSU Office of University Outreach

and Engagement, set out to

respond to the need for training

and resources to assist

community pharmacists in their

quest to implement much-needed

advanced patient care programs.

Partner for Promotion program

pairs fourth-year students with

community pharmacists

interested in advancing patient

care. OSU faculty guide these

pairs through the steps to develop

an advanced patient care

program.

Everyone benefits from this

collaboration. Students learn the

process of setting up advanced

patient care programs in a

community pharmacy setting;

community pharmacy preceptors

gain access to mentoring and

resources, and the college gains

valuable advanced practice

experiential sites.


International Outreach —

College of Pharmacy Visit to Taiwan

Outreach extends well beyond our national borders. Ken Hale, Assistant Dean for

Professional and External Affairs, is establishing and maintaining liaisons with

professional organizations and external constituencies. Included in his external affairs

work is an increasing institutional emphasis in international affairs.

A delegation from our College visited the National Taiwan University, National

Yang-Ming University and China Medical University in October 2006 to foster

collaborations in research, teaching and pharmacy practice development. The visit

was coordinated by Dr. Ching-Shih Chen, Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at

OSU. Among the academic leaders from Taiwan involved in this visit was Dr. Shoei-

Sheng Lee, a PhD alumnus of our College, who is the Dean of Pharmacy at

National Taiwan University.

While in Taiwan our faculty participated in scientific and practice symposia, met

with faculty and students and toured research and practice facilities. Agreements

were signed to explore future research, teaching and practice-related collaborations.

In addition the delegation met with OSU Pharmacy alumni for a wonderful

Taiwanese dinner.

This visit to Taiwan will lead to outstanding educational and research

opportunities for our faculty and students interested in international relationships.

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Development

The Willard A. Staker

Scholarship Fund was

established in 2001 by Staker’s

Drugs Inc. Income from this fund

provides scholarships to

students from Scioto County with

an interest in community/retail

pharmacy.

Staker Drugs has three family

owned pharmacies in

Portsmouth, Ohio. The family

owned business was started by

Jim’s father (Willard Staker, 1923

OSU Pharmacy graduate) in the

1930’s. Jim serves on the College

of Pharmacy’s Dean’s Corporate

Council and Southern Ohio

Medical Center Board of

Directors. Staker spoke at the

3rd Annual Endowed Scholarship

Reception impressing upon

students the importance of

higher education, the

opportunities open to them with

a degree from the College of

Pharmacy, and his and Sally’s

desire to honor his father by

providing financial assistance for

students to attend Ohio State.

Jim credits his father’s example

for the three generations of

pharmacists in their family. Jim’s

daughter, Jennifer, and nephew,

Steve, are pharmacists.

Three pending endowment funds reached

fully endowed status in 2007. The Alpha

Zeta Omega-Henry Agin Scholarship

supports a student each year. The College of

Pharmacy Faculty Research and

Development funds faculty programs. The

George and Betty Richards Endowed Fund

is currently a dean's discretionary fund.

Support for scholarships and faculty

continue to be high priorities as they are

important recruiting tools to ensure the

quality of the College and our programs.

Development events in 2006-2007

included two football brunches and a

presidential brunch corporate table with

pharmacy donors and the dean at the

Michigan game. A small reception was held

at the home of Alan and Sandy Katz during

Winter College in Bonita Springs. The 3rd

annual Scholarship Recipient Reception

with the Office of Student Affairs saw

an increase in student and donor

attendance. This event celebrates

our donors’ roles in supporting

students in pursuit of careers in

pharmaceutical sciences.

Alumni, James Staker and Joel

Altschule spoke on behalf of the

donors. The 2nd annual

Research Day highlighted the

accomplishments of Drs. Larry

Robertson and Raymond Doskotch.

Two former students of Dr. Doskotch,

Private Foundations

16%

Corporate

Foundations

4%

Pamela Boner and Michael Pcolinski solicited

alumni in support of the Doskotch Fellowship and

raised an additional $34,250 in cash and pledges for graduate

support with more verbal pledges in discussion. The 2nd

annual Emeritus Faculty Appreciation lunch hosted an

increased number of emeritus faculty from the first year

Faculty Club to thank them for their service and keep them

connected to the College.

Shannon Weiher

Director of Development

Private Support by Donor 2007

Other Organizations

11% Alumni

31%

Corporations

27%

Non-Alumni

11%

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In 1971 Daniel Waitzman (BS ’47),

his sister Beatrice Grossman and

Milton Goldberg, their cousin,

established the Leo C. Waitzman

Memorial Scholarship in memory

of their older brother.

Danny speaks from the heart

when he recalls how their

parents sacrificed dearly to send

their three children to OSU. The

siblings made their parents

proud, having achieved much

success in their chosen

professions. Leo, the eldest

brother, was plagued with illness

throughout his life and passed

away in 1970. He made an

impression on his brother and

sister who found a way to honor

him and assist pharmacy

students in realizing their

dreams for a pharmacy degree.

The Waitzman family’s legacy

of helping others continues to

grow every year with each new

PharmD student awarded the

Leo C. Waitzman scholarship.


College of Pharmacy Honor Roll for 2006-2007

We are very grateful to the many generous benefactors who continued to support all areas of The Ohio

State University College of Pharmacy during the fiscal year 2007. Although every effort was made to

insure the following list is complete and accurate, errors may be present. We would appreciate a note

from you if you find an error.

$5000 and above99

Alpha Zeta Omega Faternity,

Theta Chapter

American Foundation for

Pharmaceutical Education

American Pharmacists Association

Amgen Inc

Avatar Foundation

Floyd G and Betsy P Bender

Dr Rafik Bishara

Dr Howard N and Kathleen G

Bockbrader

Dr Pamela L Boner

Dr Chih-Ming J and Virginia C Chen

Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc

CVS Charitable Trust Inc

Endece LLC

Enzon Pharmaceuticals Inc

Giant Eagle Inc

Gerald J and Jody Hudec

Lawrence D and Maryann Z

Kennedy

Anthony A and Marijo C Martin

Medco Health Solutions Inc &

Medco Health Affiliates

Merck and Company Inc

Nature’s Sunshine Products Inc

Ohio Council of Colleges of

Pharmacy

OSU College of Pharmacy

Alumni Society

Pfizer Inc

Prostate Cancer Foundation

Greg L and Patricia A Ream

George D and Betty W Richards

Louise O Scott *

Takeda Pharmaceuticals

North America Inc

The Kroger Company

Jeannette T Thouvenin

Walgreen Corporation

Deanne B Witiak

Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Inc

$1000 - $4999

Academy of Pharmacy of Central

Ohio Scholarship

Charles W and Elma H Ague

American College of Clinical

Pharmacy

American Pharmacists Association

Foundation

American Society of Consultant

Pharmacists Research & Ed Fdn

Baxa Corporation

Jon W and Marialice S Bennett

Dr Stephen W Birdwell

Dr Robert W and Susan Y

Brueggemeier

Cardinal Health

Kristin Casper

Council Ohio Colleges of Pharmacy

Joseph A and Mary S Cusma, Sr

Drs Shaaban F and Leticia J

El Naggar

Maria C Fowler

Gregory R Garner

Adelle W Gross

Lawrence I Haberman

Kim D and Judy L Hawksworth

Donald E and Saundra D Hill

Dr Betty Ann Hoener

Dr Charles D Hufford

David K Jones

Leon D and Susan F Kessel

Adam J Kirry

Barry E and Ann M Klein

Dr James P and Barbara D Leyda

Eleanor G Lieptz

Brandon S and Kelly D Lutz

Dr Michael A and Livia L Manbeck

Louis W and Carol J Marcy

Jerry S and Mary Marlowe

Varsha M Mehta

Cheryl L Moore

Larry and Beverly R Moore

Jennifer Myerberg

Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc

N A C D S Foundation

Dr Milap C and Suchitra K Nahata

Michael A Nameth

Marcia I Nusgart

Dr James A and Patricia A Odom, Jr

OMJ Scientific Affairs LLC -

A Johnson & Johnson Company

Dr Michael J Pcolinski

Pharmacists Mutual Insurance

Company

Nicholas S and Erika P Ragaji

Joseph G Rahwan

Rite Aid Headquarters Corp

Dr Christine L Ritzman

Larry C and Kim M Schieber

Charlotte K Shechter

Dr Jerry Siegel

Dr Mark A Sirgo

David A and Sandra L Smeenk

James W and Sally A Staker

Dr Alfred E and Angela M

Staubus

Mark D and Stephanie J Szewczyk

The J M Long Foundation

Wal-Mart Stores Inc

Lisa B Webster

Karol S Wells

Thomas E Whiston

Christopher G and Suzanne M Widing

Scott E and Dr Teresa K Wilcox

John F and Ann I Wolfe

Marilyn K Wollett

$1 - $999

Dr Erik E Abel

Allen E Achbach

Steven E Ackerman

Larry L and Margaret W Addington

Dr Adeboye Adejare

Craig S Adie

Barbara J Ague

Dr Chang-Ho and Inok Ahn

James L and Koula P Alex

Stephen T and Joan E Alguire

Russel R Allinson

S W and Marilyn R Alper

Alvin & Louise Myerberg Family

Foundation Inc

Amgen Foundation - Matching

Gifts Program

William J and Nancy B Anderies

Dustin C Anderson

Ninna W Anderson

Rev Jack W Angerman

Arlington Court - Nursing Center

Henry T Armbruster

John A and Ima D Armitstead

Robert L and Roberta M Armstrong

Amy B Arnold

John H Artino

Roger P Austin

Omur Aydin

Dr Kenneth A Bachmann

Timothy A Bailey

Julie E Bair

Donald E Baker

Erica L Baker

Thomas E and E J Baker

Gladys H Bannan

Joel A and Diane P Baringer

Darlene L Baron

Eleanor Barstow

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Albert S and Katherine K Bauman

Audrey B Bazler

Stuart J Beatty

Daniel J and Sandra S Beck

Dr Mustapha A Beleh

Michael G and Patricia T Bendinelli

Donald and Amy Bennett

Doris W Bennett

Marianne M Bennett

Dr Rosemary R Berardi

Richard I and Carol S Bernardo

Dr Monica B Berninghaus

Robert C and Christine F Besse

Sushil H Bhagat

Michael C and Debra H Bing

Benjamin A Black

Benjamin A Blackford

Danielle M Blais

Raymond M Blasiak

James E Bleadingheiser

Boeing Gift Matching Program

John L and Barbara G Boggs

Dr Jeffrey P Bonner

Hugh E and Catherine B Bonnoront

Cherie L Borders

Boris Catz & Rebecca Debora Catz

Trust

Gary D and Sandra G Bowman

Kathryn J Bowman

Dr Garry D and Ellen D Boyd

Susan T Boyer

James E Braden

Neil A and Christina W Brague

Bradley K and Michele Balint

Brammer

Dr Stacy L Bratton

Edward A Braytenbah

Eric E Bright

Stephen D and Jacquelynne M

Brown

Thomas F and Susie S Brown

Thomas E Bruderly and

Dr Valerie E Taylor

Rinaldo A Brusadin

E C Buchanan

Anthony J Buchta

Mary A Buckingham

Stephanie A Buerkel

Gary W Bumgarner PhD

Gerald A and Patricia G Burch

Robert J and Deborah P Burger

Donna M Burke

Roy D Burke

Thomas J and Anne L Burns

Dr John G and Gunta E Burt

Harold B and Beverly K Bushman

Fred T Butler

Robert W and Judith D Butler

Gerald L and Judith A Cable

John C and Cecilia T Canestraro

Capital Wholesale Drug Co

Alex A and JudithAnn B Cardoni

Barbara S Carlson

Steve D and Susan B Carr

Cindy G Cash

Dr John M and Nancy L Cassady

Daniel W and Kimberly A Cermak

Debra S Chaffin

Shirlyn K Chaffin

Angela J Chahine

Laurece Chahine

Dr Appavu Chandrasekaran

Dr James M and Belinda M

Chapman

Lois B Chesney

Dr Joyce Cheung

Donald H Chmielewski

Dr Jeffrey J and Cindy Christoff

Cincinnati Fdn for Biomedical

Research & Education

Richard E and Patricia B Clapp

Ann T Clark

Joseph C and Paula D Clark

Dr Sherry D Clayton

MG Harry L and Inez C Cochran

Thomas J and Anne D Comstock

John C and Miranda N Cook

Chasity M Cooper

Richard J and Johanna M Costic

Dr Lori A Courtney

Dr Steven R Cox

Felicia A Coyer

Louis R and Kathryn P Craddock

Nancy R Cramer

Brooke K Crawford

Otis L and Lois B Crawford

Dr Margaret Cremona

Stephen V and Gayle T Crume

Ted M Crum

Linda M Cuffari

Dr Yong Cui and Yongmei Zhou

Current Science Inc

Daimler Chrysler Corporation Fund

James V and Laura E Damicone

Jeffrey S and Dr Lisa A Dannemiller

Steven L and Adrienne C Davis

Richard D Dawson

Christy F Dayhoff

Anthony B and Jill K De Hoff

Dr Richard J and Leanna B De Neale

Dr Louis M and Rosanna L De Santis

Nancy R De Weese

Tony G Deans and Dr Debra J Barnette

Dr Charles E and Marilyn K Deaton

Thomas E Delaney

Erin Delffs

Leonard M Dembski

Dr Mark W and Sandra C Denman

Ms Valerie A D'Eramo

Mrs Sara M Deyo

Guy A DiPasqua

Mark W Dorian

Dr John M and Sandra B Douds

Julie L Dragojevic

Drake University

Jean C Drexler

Dr Joseph B and Barbara T D'Silva

Gregory L and Nancy V Duche

Annette Duffy

Robert R Duffy

Merlyna Durusan

Carmela V Duva

Daniel J and Dr Mary Ann R Dzurec

Edwin A and Linda G Earhart

Thomas L Easly

Frederick M Eckel

Robert H and Dorothy A Ehlers

Lester G and Eleanor Einhorn

Barbara S Eisenstein

Eli Lilly & Co Foundation

August L and Crescentia L Elsener

Tron A and Dr Ruth E Emptage

Dr Frederick Eng

Laura D Enlow

Melody P Eppley

Terrilyn J Estell

William and Jeannie Fagan

Robert and Joyce F Fagin

Beverly A Fair

Betty L Farwick

Dr Barbara N Favreau

Lee A Federanich

Myron Feinberg

Stephen J Ferenchak

Emil J Ferrara

Fidelity Char Gift Fund -

Witcher-Bush Family Fund

Fidelity Inv Char Gift Fund - Charles

& Marilyn Deaton Fund

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Anthony D Figliola

Eric W Fildebrandt and Kristi L Lenz

Joseph L and Maureen M Fink, III

William B and Karen F Fisher

Suzanne S Fitzpatrick

Harold E Fletcher

Roberta Fletcher

William J Flynn

FMC Foundation Matching

Gift Program

Stephen W and Sandra L Fogt

Dr Harry H Fong

Michael P and Janeen L Ford

Beth H Fordyce

Angela T Foreman

Ryan A Forrey

Kyle W and Danielle T Forsythe

Dr Nikki M Foster

COL Ralph V and Ruth K Foster

John W and Ann B Fowble

Tamara M Fox

Terry L Fraker

Franklin Communications Inc

Alan F Friedman

Alan C and Lori C Friedstrom

Phillip M and Shari M Fronckel

Rocco L and Sylvia Z Fumi, Sr

Dr Eric Fung

Renae R Gaerke

Elaine F Galanti

Michael C Ganio

Dr Patrick M and Kim G Garman

Kristin H Garner

Chris A and Angela M Gasser

Mark D Gatton

Ms Linda L Gaydos

Mike and Katie Gecewich

Jodi K Geduldig

Charles M and Ava R

Gegenheimer Jr

Frederick D and Laurin N Geib

Genentech Inc

Robert E George

John J Germaine

Valerie W Germanowski

Joel A and Terri D Ghitman

Mark E Giangardella

W D and Brenda P Gibson

Martha R Gill

Quong and Gisele Gin

Jeffery D and Amy C Givens

GlaxoSmithKline Foundation

Susan H Glazer

Richard G Gleckler

Global Impact -Tellabs Giving

Program

Dr John M Gnatowski

Merna B Goett

Tad A and Kerry H Gomez

Chad M Goodman

Mildred D Gordon

Susan M Gordon

Dwain E Gracy

Philip P Gramlich

Dr Dennis W and Sharlyn A Grauer

Thomas P and Lisa H Gray

Philip D Gressel

Dr Yale and Beverly Gressel

Dr Eric W and Erin C Griffin

Niesha L Griffith

Marvin S and Beatrice W Grossman

Steven E Guba

Gene L Gunselman

Dr Elora Gupta

Dr Rubin Gutarts and Inga

Becker-Gutarts

H & R Block Foundation

Daniel P and Amy S Haas

Sherry C Haberkern

Mark A and Michelle Hadley

Dr Kenneth and Karen Hale

Gale L Hallowell

Eric M Hals

Constance Hammond

Michael H Haney

Dr Jennifer S Hanje

Peggy E Hanna

Ronald W Hanning

Charles J and Rachel S Harcha

Russell W Harcha

Judy M Hardman

Dr Michael D and Erika L Harrington

Jack W and Geraldine S Harris

Ellen M Harrison

Dr Marc W Harrold

Peter J Hart

Gary B and Patsy A Hasemeier

Jonathan P and Lorie B Haskell

Dr David G Hattan

Ramona M Hawkins

Terry G Hawkins

Donald D and Bernadine M

Hawksworth

Robert S Hayman

LeRoy W Haynes

Christopher P and Dr Sheryl J Hays

William L Hayton

Elizabeth C Hedges

Barbara Hegler

Deanna P Helfers

Jacob H Hendershot

Fred D and Karen T Hensley

Paul E and Jo Ann Herring

Robert G and Donna K Herrin

Bradford R and Dr Erinne C Hess

Sidney R and Karen B Hickman

Edward C and Shirley P Higgins*

Dr Heather R Highley

Drs Alexander and Christine N Hinko

W D and Tamara O Hipp

Teresa A Hirschfeld

Christopher L and Denice M Hirt

Gary B Hoar

Amy W Hoch

Mark H and Tina S Hoeweler

Paul S Hoffmann

Timothy R Hoffman

William H and Donna N Hohman, Sr

Jacquelin and Ben Holland

Michael J and Ina F Holley

Alvin J Homan

Louis J Horvath

Donald E and Karen K Hostler

James R Hostler

Matthew W and Karen L Houser

Dr Fu-Lian Hsu

Dr Harold E Huber

Robert C and Michelle M Hughes

D S Hulka

IBM International Foundation

LT Brian L Ihlenfeld

Dr Michael J Ilas DO

Mr Jay E Inamdar

William M and Joy R Irvin, IV

Joel K Ito

Kristin Y Izenstark RPh

Dale E and Tamara E Jablonski

Adam C and Dr Sheila M Jackson

Laura L Jackson

Priti R Jain

Ralph G Jakwerth

Dr Joan R James

Robert M and Donna B James

Scott G and Susan C Jamieson

Dr Stephen W Janning

James R Jansen

Dr Yun Chi and Nancy M Jao

Edward F Jirik Jr

Thomas L and Rose A Jirles

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Johnson & Johnson Family

of Companies-Matching Gifts

Program

Charlotte D Johnson

Dr Craig T Johnston Sr

Eileen B Johnston

Kelly B Johnston

Gregory D and Susan A Jones

Paul R Jones Jr

Rebecca H Jones

Richard P and Danise Ann T

Jones, II

Tabitha I Jones

Trisha A Jordan

David S Joseph

Kenneth G and Susan L Jozefczyk

John S and Dr Heather C Judin, Jr

Dr Vicki L Just

Dr Peter F Kador

Suzanne V Kaiser

Dr Sunil V Kakodkar

David J Kalis

Mary B Kanatas

Frank W Kapronica Jr

Brad J and Patricia A Karns

Rachetta K Kaseff

John D and Karen S Kaskewsky

Alan S and Sandra T Katz

Dr Dalia Kavaliunas-Bitenas

Martha M Kay

Joanne S Kays

Stephen Keller

Robert T Kelley

Patrick R and Theresa C Kelly

Geraldine Kennedy

Terry R and Diana U Kennon

Carol L Kern

Dr Amol S and Vaishali Ketkar

Dr Jeffrey M and Dr Maureen C

Ketz

Robert W Kidston

Stephen J and Lisa Kingery

Dr Alan D Kinghorn

James L King

Michelle M Kingsbury

Dr Duane M and Marilyn H Kirking

Laura R Klein

Daniel J and Denise J Klingler

Howard E and Barbara B Klinker, Jr

Dr Thomas J Klosterman

Jim R Knight

Kara S Kniska

Philip R Koch

Dr Marc W and Zieva D Konvisser

Theodore F and Leann M Koontz, Jr

Kenneth M Koren

Timothy E Kosty

Dr Beth B Krause

Dr Gerald L and Elizabeth A Kremer

Stephen B and Diana Z Krinke

Virginia B Krinn

William J and Carolyn W Kuehnle, Jr

Robert J Kuhn

Gregory A Laine

Sally J Lane

Billy and Susan E Latta

Kim M and Brenda B Laughlin

James and Sue J Lawler

Scott A Lawler

Ralph M Lawrence

Ronald E Lay

William K and Nancy L Lecain

Robert L and Barbara F Leeson

Fred S Lefton

Jeff and Dr Julie F Legg

Dirk A and Krista S Lehew

Mary Ann S Lemke

S F Lemon

Paul E and Alice I Lenker

Edward J and Alice C Leone

Karl F Leupold

Leyda Family Foundation-

Nat'l Heritage Fdn Char Trust

Dr J L and Beverly C Lichtin

Dr John J Lima and Dr Julie A

Johnson

Richard J and Dr Maria P Limperos

John A Lince

Stephen J Linder

Scott Lindsay

Kathleen S Lipp

Dr Paul S and Barbara H Liu

Susan F Lodish

James A Logue Jr

Victor N and Mary R Lombardi

Carl J Lorubbio

Harry C and Regina G Loucks, IV

Lowell R Lowary

Jack R Lowe

Dr William C and Charlotte K Lubawy

June A Ludden

Carl H Lufter

Dr Matthias C Lu

Dr Nicholas A Lungociu

Dan J and Lois W Lycans

Mark A and Pamela B Manfresca

Daniel S and Jacqueline A Marowitz

Thomas M and Claire J Marshall

Steven G Marsh

David and Patricia Marsolo

Michael G Martinelli

Dr Lawrence L and Arlene S Martin

Richard N and Mary L Mason

Dr Susan M Massaro

Donald M and Kimberley W Massie

Dr Kayoshi Masuoka

Jean M Mathews

John X and Patricia H Matyskella

Drs Vincent F and Laurie S Mauro

Dan E May

Michael R and Barbara L Mayer

Dr Jon R May

Frank J Mazzucco

Phillip J McAteer

Jesse E and Denise E McCaleb, Jr

Dr Robert H McClanahan

Robert J and Judith McClaskey

Dr Douglas R and Rhonda O McCloy, II

Timothy R and Kelly F McCombs

Denise V McCormick

Ronald J McCulley

John S and Lisa R McDavid

Tanya R McDay

Kimberly L McDevitt

Julie A McGlone

Willis E* and Flora M McGlone

Katie McGuire

Dr Patrick L McKercher

Frank M McLain

David J and Laura K McLean

Robert J McLoughlin

Michael and Cathy McQuone

John A and Kerri S Means

Medical Plaza Pharmacy

Drs David J and Catherine L Meier

Walter A Mendyka Jr

Merck Partnership for Giving Matching

Gift Program

Merrill Lynch & Co Foundation Inc -

Matching Gifts Program

Neil E Messerly

Carol H Meyer

Karen E Miley

Natosha Miller-Eskander

Laura J Miller

Sam and Vickie Mills

Harry and Kitty Minck, Jr

Jay M Mirtallo and Susan A Ezzone

Deborah S Moebius

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Education and Academics

The outstanding academic programs in the College of Pharmacy experienced

continued growth and enhancement during the 2006-2007 academic year. These

degree programs include the graduate professional Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)

programs, the undergraduate BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences, and graduate MS and

PhD programs.

Doctor of Pharmacy Programs

Pharmacists place an emphasis on medication therapy

management, a patient-focused orientation to pharmacy practice,

which entails a shared responsibility between the patient,

pharmacist, and other health care professionals toward achieving

positive therapeutic outcomes. The

Entry-Level PharmD (ELPD)

program prepares students

for licensure as a

pharmacist and

prepares them to

embrace this

mission of a

patient-focused

orientation. The

program consists

of four years of study. Three years of

didactic course work cover principles

of pharmaceutical, administrative, and

clinical sciences, with some pharmacy

Figure 1: Positions accepted by

2007 PharmD Graduates

practice experiences included in the first

and third years. The fourth year is devoted

to full-time professional experience.

The Non-Traditional Doctor of Pharmacy Program (NTPD), a distance

learning program, provides licensed pharmacists at the baccalaureate level the

opportunity to enhance their skills and earn the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The

first NTPD class entered in January, 2001, and the final class was admitted January,

2007. At the end of 2006/2007 academic year seventy-two Doctor of Pharmacy

degrees had been earned by students in the NTPD program. As of July 2007 there

were ninety-five active students in the program.

The inter-professional combined degree programs in the College, the

PharmD/Master in Business Administration (PharmD/MBA) and the

PharmD/Master in Public Health (PharmD/MPH), complete our graduate

professional programs.

Sylvan Frank

Associate Dean

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Vision and Mission Statements

Our Mission:

The overall mission of the College of Pharmacy is to improve

medications and medication-related health outcomes for the

people of Ohio and the global community through our teaching,

through our research and through our service. The College will

provide high quality education in the pharmaceutical sciences

and pharmacy practice to professional, undergraduate, graduate

and postgraduate students through teaching, research, practice

and related service activities including outreach and engagement.

Our Core Values:

We value innovation, teaching, learning and the advancement

and sharing of knowledge.

We value research and its application toward improving the use

of medications in society.

We value patient-centered pharmacy services and professionalism.

We value our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends.

We value diversity in all of its forms.

Our Overarching Goal:

The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy will be among

the world’s truly great institutions of pharmacy education.

Our Vision and Indicators of Success:

We envision The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy as

being among the top ranked institutions of pharmacy education

in the world. This vision encompasses a robust pharmaceutical

science and clinical research enterprise with emphases in

interdisciplinary scholarship. Our faculty will be viewed as leaders

in the discovery, development, delivery and use of

drugs, which will translate into innovations in health

care. We will prepare an outstanding cadre of

graduate-research students who are fully engaged in

our educational and research enterprises. We will offer

a strong patient-centered, evidence-based curriculum

for our graduate-professional students which develops

exceptional medication therapy specialists. Our

combined degree programs will be viewed as

hallmarks of excellence. We expect to lead the country

in post-doctoral residency and fellowship training. We will offer

high quality undergraduate education enhanced through didactic,

research and extracurricular experiences. Our student services will

be regarded as a model within the University. Through

partnerships in outreach and engagement, we will effectively

translate our scholarship toward improving health outcomes for

the people of Ohio and beyond. Our alumni will be viewed as

leaders in pharmacy practice, in pharmaceutical science, and

within their communities.

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Welcome

Our academic, educational, research, and

outreach activities described in this 2006-2007

report are abundant and exceptional. These

accomplishments are reflections of the high quality

faculty, students, researchers, staff and alumni of the

College. Our PharmD programs in the College are

vibrant and strong. We have 460 PharmD students

enrolled in the entry-level program, and 86 students

are enrolled in our nontraditional PharmD (NTPD)

program. The College’s programming for

undergraduate students has never been stronger in

the BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences program, with

479 students enrolled as majors in Autumn Quarter

2006. Our graduate programs in the College of

Pharmacy continue the tradition of excellence, with

97 students enrolled in the areas of medicinal

Dean Robert W. Brueggemeier

chemistry and pharmacognosy, pharmaceutics,

pharmacology, and pharmaceutical administration. The total number of students

enrolled in the College during the 2006-2007 academic year was 1,122, and the

faculty and staff have responded in an exemplary fashion to this largest

enrollment in the College’s history.

Excellent disciplinary research and exciting interdisciplinary research in drug

discovery, drug action, drug delivery, drug development, medication safety, and

therapeutic outcomes are being led by our faculty. Faculty, PharmD students, and

residents engage in training and delivery of therapeutic services in various area

hospitals, clinics, ambulatory/community practice settings, and exciting

innovative practice models of medication therapy management. Stimulating

outreach and engagement activities by faculty, students, and staff occur at the

regional, national, and international levels. Our Alumni Society continues its

outstanding work to support the College’s

students and faculty, and the advisory groups

provide important feedback on the College’s

initiatives and directions. Our collective

efforts maintain The Ohio State University

College of Pharmacy among the top

pharmacy schools in the nation. This issue of

our College annual report highlights this past

year’s accomplishments, and I hope you find

the report to be interesting and insightful.

Sincerely,

Robert W. Brueggemeier, Ph.D.

Dean and Professor

College of Pharmacy

The Ohio State University

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Dr. Robert W. Brueggemeier

Dean, College of Pharmacy

Executive Publications Editor

brueggemeier.1@osu.edu

Dr. Sylvan Frank

Associate Dean for

Professional Programs

frank.1@osu.edu

Dr. William Hayton

Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research

and Interim Pharmaceutics Chair

hayton.1@osu.edu

Dr. Kenneth Hale

Assistant Dean for Professional

and External Affairs

hale.3@osu.edu

Dr. Katherine Kelley

Assistant Dean for Assessment

and Accreditation

kelley.168@osu.edu

Dr. Tom Li

Medical Chemistry and

Pharmacognosy Chair

li.27@osu.edu

Dr. Milap Nahata

Pharmacy Practice and

Administration Chair

nahata.1@osu.edu

Dr. Lane Wallace

Pharmacology Chair

wallace.8@osu.edu

Shannon Weiher

Director of Development

weiher.2@osu.edu

Lou Marcy

Director of Alumni Affairs

marcy.1@osu.edu

Barbara Hegler

Publication Editor

hegler.2@osu.edu

Mike Conrad

Graphic Design

Conrad Graphic Design

mconrad@columbus.rr.com

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of

the information included in this report. If an error has

been made, we apologize and encourage you to

contact us at (614) 688-3643.

Photos courtesy of Jonathan Gladden and Brad Stansell

Table of Contents

Welcome from Dean Robert W. Brueggemeier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

Vision and Mission Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

Education and Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Doctor of Pharmacy Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Entry-Level PharmD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Non-Traditional PharmD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Combined PharmD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Undergraduate Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Bachelor of Science in the Pharmaceutical Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Graduate Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Pharmacy Practice and Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Pharmaceutical Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Summary of Student Enrollment and Graduates, 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18

Faculty Awards and Recognitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Faculty National Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Divison of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Division of Pharmaceutics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

Division of Pharmacology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Department of Pharmacy, The OSU Medical Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26

Administrative and Professional Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

Research and Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

List of Faculty Publications, 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

Grants Awarded 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

Alumni Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47

Pharmacy Alumni Society Governing Board Roster 2006-2007 . . . . . . . .48

Outreach and Engagement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50

Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52

College of Pharmacy Honor Roll, Donors 2006-2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53

Dean’s Corporate Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59

College Financial Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60


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Columbus,Ohio 43210-1291

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