Jennifer Martin, MA

Associate Librarian
Research and Learning
College of Pharmacy Liaison
Clinical Instructor
Pharmacy Practice and Science
Arizona Health Sciences Library

Jennifer Swift Martin is the primary liaison for the College of Pharmacy from the Arizona Health Sciences Library. She provides library instruction to PharmD, MS and PhD students and collaborates with faculty and professional staff on research projects and grant proposals. In addition, she develops and presents lectures in the professional pharmacy curriculum.

Jennifer provides individual consultation and reference instruction for all UA health sciences colleges.

Her cubicle is located on site in the college on the west end of the second floor of Drachman Hall-Pulido Center.

Jennifer is a member of the Library and Information Science Section of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Special Libraries Association, and the Medical Library Association


University of Arizona, 2007, Master of Arts, Information Resources and Library Science

University of Arizona, 2002, Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry


Lee, J.K., Alshehri, S., Kutbi, S.I.,Martin, J.R. (2015) “Optimising pharmacotherapy in elderly patients: the role of pharmacist.” Integrated Pharmacy Research and Practice, 4:101-111

Patanwala, A.E., Slack, M.K., Martin, J.R., Basken, R.L., Nolan, P.E. (2014) “Effect of Epinephrine on Survival After Cardiac Arrest: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” Minerva Anestesiologica, 80(7):831-43.

Lee, J.K., Slack, M.K., Martin, J.R., Erhman, C., Chisholm-Burns, M.A. (2013) "Geriatric Patient Care by U.S. Pharmacists in Healthcare Teams: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis." Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 61(7): 1119-1127. 

Elliott, C., Martin, J.R. (2013) “Developing and Establishing a Good Rapport.” Information Outlook, Special Libraries Association, 17(2), 32.

Chisholm-Burns, M.A., Spivey, C., Martin, J.R., Wyles, C., Ehrman, C., Schlesselman, L.S. (2012) A 5-Year Analysis of Peer-Reviewed Journal Article Publications of Pharmacy Practice Faculty Members. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 76(7), Article 127.

Kramer, S.S.; Martin, J.R.; Schlimgen, J.B.; Slack, M.K.; Martin, J. (2011) Effectiveness of a Liaison Program in Meeting Information Needs of College of Pharmacy Faculty. Medical References Services Quarterly, 30(1), 31-41.

Martin, J.R. (2010) The Newly Embedded Librarian: Pharmacy Information Liaison Service. Public Services Quarterly, 6(2), 187-197.

Chisholm-Burns M.A., Lee J.K., Spivey C.A., Slack M., Herrier R.N., Hall-Lipsy E., Graff Zivin J., Abraham I., Palmer J., Martin J.R., Kramer S., Wunz T. (2010) U.S. pharmacists’ effects as team members on direct patient care: systematic review and meta-analyses. Medical Care, 48(10), 923-33.

Vadakkadathmeethal, K., Cunliffe, J.M., Swift, J., Kennedy, R.T., Neubig, R.R., Sunahara, R.K. (2007) Fluorescence-based adenylyl cyclase assay adaptable to high throughput screening. Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening, 10(4), 289-298.

Cai, M., Cia, C., Mayorov, A.V., Xiong, C., Cabello, C.M., Soloshonok, V.A., Swift, J.R., Trivedi, D., Hruby, V.J. (2004) Biological and conformational study of beta-substituted pralines in MT-II template: steric effects leading to human MC5 receptor selectivity. Journal of Peptide Research, 63(2), 116-131.

Ahn, J.M., Gitu, P.M., Medeiros, M., Swift, J.R., Trivedi, D., Hruby, V.J. (2001). A new approach to search for the bioactive conformation of glucagon: positional cyclization scanning. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 44(19), 3109-3116. 


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