Committee Members

EAttia

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: The PRC will provide residents and pharmacy staff investigators with support to develop research proposals for future projects and grant publications.

 

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT LEAD

Engie Attia, PharmD, BCPS

Dr. Jill Krisl

PROJECT APPROVAL: The PRC will ensure that all PGY1 and PGY2 resident major research projects will meet minimum standards of feasibility, significance, quality, and impact prior to being offered to PGY1 and PGY2 residents.

 

VICE PROGRAM CHAIR
PROJECT APPROVAL LEAD
Jill C. Krisl, PharmD, BCPS

MAdeola

PROJECT APPROVAL SUPPORT: The PRC will provide additional support to pharmacy residents, fellows, and preceptors in meeting major project requirements for PRC project approval.

PROJECT APPROVAL SUPPORT LEAD
Mobolaji Adeola, PharmD, BCPS

David Putney

PROJECT ALIGNMENT: The PRC will ensure that projects are successful by aligning each project with a resident that has the experience and skills needed for project success. This model of resourcing will allow the department to offer residents with projects of varying complexity and scope by ensuring that overly complex projects are aligned with residents demonstrating commensurate previous experience.

 

PROJECT ALIGNMENT LEAD

David R. Putney, PharmD, MPH, BCPS AQ-Cardiology

Tomona Iso, PharmD

PROJECT SUPPORT: The PRC will provide mentoring and support to residents and preceptors for ongoing research activities. Even though all projects will be approved by the PRC, barriers will arise during the operationalization of these projects which will benefit from ongoing and customized mentoring.

 

PROJECT SUPPORT LEAD

Tomona Iso, PharmD

Dr. Michael Sirimaturos

EDUCATION: The PRC will coordinate formal training epidemiology, statistics, ethics, and data management to facilitate high-quality research and a high-quality experience for residents (and non-resident pharmacy staff).


EDUCATION LEAD

Michael W. Sirimaturos, PharmD, BCNSP, BCCCP, FCCM

HZaghloul

VISIBILITY: The PRC will communicate results of pharmacy research internally and externally to maximize impact and sustainability

 

VISIBILITY LEAD

Hanna Zaghloul, PharmD, BCOP

MJohnson

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON COLLEGE OF PHARMACY COLLABORATION
The PRC collaborates with PhD students of the Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Health Outcomes and Policy program at the University of Houston College to support projects through development of project structure and statistical analysis.
 
External Statistician Consultant and University of Houston College of Pharmacy Collaboration Lead
Michael Johnson, PhD

CPham

MEMBER

Christine Pham, PharmD

ERizk

MEMBER

Elsie Rizk, PharmD

ATran

MEMBER
Anh Thu Tran, PharmD

FYuan

MEMBER
Farrah Yuan, PharmD