Clinical Pharmacology Department
Each unit in the Medical School is assigned a clinical pharmacologist who holds a pharmacology (Pharm.D.) degree as well as postgraduate training and usually additional years of fellowship training in pharmacology or pharmacotherapy research. These pharmacologists make rounds with the docent teams, teaching patient-oriented pharmacology at the bedside.
The Pharm.D. helps students learn to select, utilize and administer drugs safely and effectively with consideration of cost-effective utilization.
Blue 5 Unit:
Julie Wright-Banderas, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS
Gold 4 Unit:
James Wooten, Pharm.D.
Green 4 Unit:
Paul G. Cuddy, Pharm.D.
Red 4 Unit:
John Foxworth, Pharm.D.