Ivo Abraham is a professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice, with joint appointments in the Department of Family and Community Medicine (College of Medicine – Tucson) and the Department of Clinical Translational Sciences (College of Health Sciences).
Dr. Aguilar is a graduate of University of Illinois-Chicago College of Pharmacy, and has more than 20 years of clinical pharmacy experience. Beginning her career in a large teaching hospital, Dr. Aguilar practiced both inpatient and outpatient pharmacy while providing training and mentoring to pharmacy students as a preceptor. Dr. Aguilar then joined Abbott Laboratories where she created a Global Medical Information Center for the International Division.
Dr. Alvarez facilitates learning on leader development topics and is engaged in the Leader Development Institute for the California Pharmacists Association and the Pharmacy Leadership and Education Institute.She also has teaching interests in pain management and palliative care. She belongs to the American Pharmacists Association, served as its 162nd president and was named a fellow for the organization.
Brena has been at the University of Arizona for over 6 years: as an undergrad student, a grad student, and now as a staff member. She received her Master’s degree in Educational Technology from UA’s College of Applied Science and Technology. While in grad school, she worked for the Center for Digital Humanities as a project manager and instructional designer, managing and collaborating on various digital projects surrounding cultural heritage and technology.
J.J. previous served as the Assistant Director of Eller MBA Academic Operations with primary oversight of the #7 ranked Online MBA program. He has also served as Graduate College Admissions and Student Services Specialist, and Faculty Assistant at the James E. Rogers College of Law. Prior to working at The University of Arizona, Arévalo was on staff at the University of Michigan Law School Admissions Office. His last assignment as graduate admissions coordinator completed a nearly decade long career in admissions with Michigan Law.
Dr. Armstrong is professor emeritus in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy and president of Strategic Therapeutics, LLC. He obtained his BS in pharmacy from The University of Arizona and his PharmD degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dr. Armstrong has written many articles and given numerous presentations on disease management and pharmacoeconomic applications. Dr.
Rhys Axon, PhD, MPharm, MS, MRPharmS, is an Associate Research Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science, co-director of the Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes graduate program, and an investigator in the Center for Health Outcomes and Pharmacoeconomics (HOPE Center) at the University of Arizona R. Ken Coit College of Pharmacy. He received his MPharm (2014) from the University of Reading and later practiced community pharmacy in the United Kingdom.
Jenny Bingham, PharmD, BCACP, FAzPA, FNAP, serves as Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science. Board-certified as an ambulatory care pharmacist with additional training in psychiatric pharmacy, she has led numerous pharmacy practice advancement initiatives. These programs have expanded access to care for vulnerable populations, decreased medication-related problems, improved medication adherence, promoted interprofessional collaboration, and resulted in cost savings for patients.
Building Management for Skaggs and Drachman Hall:On-call 24/7 to respond to any emergency building issuesRespond to all requests for building maintenance and facility issues, enter work orders, and coordinate with Facilities ManagementMaintain and update floorplans and manage space inventoryCapital equipment inventoryKey and CatCard building accessLiaison with construction company for addition and renovation project.
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Kevin P. Boesen is the founder and CEO of SinfoniaRx. Prior to joining SinfoniaRx, Dr. Boesen founded the Medication Management Center (the predecessor of SinfoniaRx) while serving as a faculty member at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy. Dr. Boesen is a leader in the field of pharmacy and medication therapy management.
Scott Boitano has been associated with the University of Arizona since he moved to Tucson in 2002. He established research in lung toxicology and drug development targeting the protease activated receptor-2 (a G protein-coupled receptor that is expressed in the airway epithelium, where it participates in exacerbations of allergic asthma. It is also expressed in nociceptors (pain sensing neurons), where it participates in pain pathways).At the University of Arizona, Dr. Boitano has been part of a collaboration with Drs. Theodore J.