Specialty Areas

Ambulatory Care Cardiology
Critical Care Emergency Medicine
Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine/Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
Medication Use Policy Nutrition Support
Oncology Pediatrics

Health System Administration

Solid Organ Transplant

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ambulatory Care
 
Aimee Adams, PharmDamiee adams

Titles: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Ambulatory Care; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pharmacy; Program Director, PGY2 Specialty Residency Ambulatory Care

Education: BS Pharmacy, University of Cincinnati, 1992; PharmD, University of Cincinnati, 1994

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 1995

Practice Area: Internal Medicine

Research Interests: Disease state management, patient outcomes, diabetes

E-mail: argelh1@email.uky.edu

 

Mandy Jones, PharmD, PA-C, BCPSMandy Jones

Titles: Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science; Clinical Pharmacy Faculty, Department of Family and Community Medicine

Education: PharmD,University of Florida, 2002; Masters of Physician Assistant Studies, University of Florida 2002

Practice Area: Family Medicine

Research Interests: Innovative Teaching Methods, Outcomes research and Performance Indicators, Barriers to Health Care

Email: sjone3@email.uky.edu

 

Mikael Jones, PharmD, BCPSMikaelJones

Titles: Clinical Assistant Professor, Pharmacy and Nursing; Patient Care Laboratory Faculty

Education: PharmD, University of Florida, 2002

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 2003; Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 2004

Practice Area: Women's Health

Research Interests:Women’s health, clinical inertia, pharmacy education

Email: mjone5@email.uky.edu

 

Melody Ryan, PharmD, MPH, BCPS, CGP, FCCPMelody Ryan

Title: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist; Associate Professor, College of Pharmacy and Department of Neurology; Director, International Professional Student Education

Education: BS Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, 1992; PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1993; MPH, University of Kentucky, 2006

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, Duke University Hospital, 1994; Neurosciences Fellowship, University of Kentucky, 1995

Practice Area: Neurology

Research Interests: Stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s Disease

E-mail: maryan1@email.uky.edu

 

Cardiology

Tracy E. Macaulay, PharmD, BCPS (AQ Cardiology)Tracy Macaulay

Title: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Cardiology; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pharmacy; Program Director, PGY2 Cardiology

Education: PharmD, University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy, Columbia, SC, 2003

Training: ; Pharmacy Practice Residency, The Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 2005; Specialty Practice Residency in Cardiology, The Ohio State University Medical Center, 2006.

Practice Area: Cardiology

Research Interests: Heart Failure, Metabolic Syndrome, Smoking Cessation

E-mail: temaca2@email.uky.edu

 

Sara D. Brouse, PharmD, BCPS (AQ Cardiology), FCCP Sara Brouse

Title: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Cardiology

Education: PharmD, University of Missouri—Kansas City, 1997

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 1998; Critical Care Residency, 1999.

Practice Area: Cardiology

Research Interests: Acute Decompensated Heart Failure, Refractory Angina, Adverse Drug Reactions with Cardiac Medications

E-mail: sara.brouse@uky.edu


  

Critical Care
  
Aaron M. Cook, PharmD, BCPSAaron Cook

Titles: Director, PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency; Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Neurosurgery/Critical Care; Assistant Adjunct Professor, Pharmacy

Education: PharmD, University of Kentucky, 2000

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 2001; Critical Care Specialty Residency, University of Kentucky, 2002

Practice Area: Neurosurgery Intensive Care

Research Interests: Neurotrauma, neurocritical care, quorum sensing

E-mail: amcook0@email.uky.edu
  
 
Jeremy Flynn, PharmD, BCPS, FCCM, FCCP
Jeremy Flynn

Titles: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Surgical Critical Care; Assistant Adjunct Professor, Pharmacy and Surgery; Program Director, PGY2 Critical Care

Education: PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1999

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 1999-2000; Critical Care Specialty Residency, University of Kentucky, 2000-2001; ACCP Fellowship in Cardiovascular Translational Research, University of Kentucky, 2001-2003

Practice Area: Cardiothoracic Intensive Care

Research Interests: Hemostasis following cardiac surgery, perioperative arrhythmias following cardiac and thoracic surgery and off-label rFVIIa utilization for refractory hemorrhage

E-mail: jdflyn0@email.uky.edu
  

Jimmi Hatton, PharmD, BCNSP, FCCP, FCCMJimmi Hatton

Titles: Professor, Pharmacy and Neurosurgery; Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science

Education: BS Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, 1983; PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1984

Training: Residency in Hospital Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, 1984-86; ASHP Fellowship in Clinical Nutrition, University of Kentucky, 1987

Practice Area: Neurosurgery Intensive Care

Research Interests: Neurotrauma, neurocritical care

E-mail: jhatt1@email.uky.edu
  

Kenneth Record, PharmD, BCPSKenneth Record

Title:  Associate Professor, Pharmacy

Education: BS Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, 1973; PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1978

Training: Clinical Pharmacy Residency, University of Kentucky, 1975-78

Practice Area: Trauma/General Surgery, Critical Care

Research Interests: Surgical infectious disease, immunotherapy of sepsis

E-mail: kereco01@email.uky.edu
  

P. Shane Winstead, PharmDShane Winstead

Titles: Medical ICU Clinical Pharmacist Specialist; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice & Science

Education: BS Pharmacy, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 1991; PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1999

Training: Hospital Pharmacy Residency, University of Arkansas Hospital, 1992

Practice Area: Medical Intensive Care Unit, Pulmonary Medicine

Research Interests: Sepsis and infections in critically ill patients, ICU sedation and analgesia, anemia of critical illness, renal replacement therapy

E-mail:  p.shane@uky.edu  

 

Emergency Medicine

Stephanie Baker, PharmD, BCPS

Titles: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Emergency Medicine

Education: Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, 2003. Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN 2007.

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Rochester Medical Center, 2008; Emergency Medicine Specialty Residency, University of Rochester Medical Center, 2009.

Practice Area: Emergency Medicine

Research Interests: Antimicrobial use in the ED, impact of pharmacist involvement in the ED, sepsis, toxicology, and trauma

E-mail: snba222@email.uky.edu

 

Infectious Diseases

Craig Martin, PharmD, BCPS (AQ Infectious Diseases)Craig Martin

Title: Director of Professional Practice Development; Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Infectious Diseases; Adjunct Associate Professor, Pharmacy; Program Director, PGY2 Specialty Residency Infectious Diseases ; Program Director, Education and Scholarship

Education: PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1999

Training: Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 2001

Practice Area: Infectious Diseases, Antimicrobial Resistance and Management

Research Interests: Antimicrobial resistance, Infectious diseases in public health

E-mail: craig.martin@uky.edu   

 

Frank Romanelli, PharmD, MPH, BCPSFrank Romanelli

Titles: Assistant Dean for Education, Pharmacy; Associate Professor, Pharmacy; Associate Professor, Physician Assistant Studies, College of Health Sciences; Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, HIV/AIDS

Education: BS Pharmacy, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 1994; PharmD, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 1996; MPH, University of Kentucky, 2006

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 1997; Critical Care Specialty Residency, University of Kentucky, 1998

Practice Area: HIV/AIDS

Research Interests: HIV/AIDS, pharmacy education, curriculum development

E-mail: froma2@email.uky.edu

 

Internal Medicine/Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
 
George Davis, PharmD, BCPSGeorge Davis

Titles: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring/Adult Internal Medicine

Education: PharmD, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 1993

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency and Clinical Pharmacokinetics Specialty Residency, University of Kentucky; Clinical Pharmacokinetics Fellowship, University of Kentucky

Practice Area: Clinical Pharmacokinetics/Adult Internal Medicine

Research Interests: Clinical pharmacokinetics, anticoagulation, and pharmacogenomics

E-mail: gadavi00@email.uky.edu

 

Medication Use Policy
 
Kelly M. Smith, PharmD, BCPS, FASHP, FCCPKelly Smith

Titles: Assistant Dean, Academic Affairs; Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Science; Director, Residency Program Advancement, UK College of Pharmacy; Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Medication Use Policy

Education: B.S. Pharmacy, University of Georgia, 1992; PharmD, University of Georgia, 1993

Training: Drug Information Practice Residency, University Medical Center/University of Florida Health Science Center, Jacksonville, Florida, 1994

Research Interests: Postgraduate training models; innovations in professional education; medical writing

 E-mail: ksmit1@email.uky.edu  

 

Nutritional Support

Barbara Magnuson, PharmD, BCNSPBarbra Magnuson

Titles: Coordinator, Nutrition Support Service; Adjunct Associate Professor, Pharmacy

Education: Pre-pharmacy, Kentucky Wesleyan College, B.S. Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, 1989; Pharm.D. University of Kentucky, 1990

Training: Clinical Practice Residency, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, 1991

Practice Area: Nutrition Support and Gastroenterology

Research Interests: Parenteral and enteral nutrition support in critical care, drug absorption, drug/nutrient interactions

E-mail: blmagn0@email.uky.edu

 

Oncology
 
Val R. Adams, PharmD, BCOP, FCCPVal Adams

Titles: Associate Professor, Pharmacy; Program Director, PGY2 Specialty Residency Hematology/Oncology

Education: BS Pharmacy, University of Utah, 1991; PharmD, University of Texas at Austin jointly with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 1993

Training: Specialty Residency in Hematology/Oncology, Audie L. Murphy VA Hospital, San Antonio, Texas, 1994; Fellowship in Immunology and Transplantation, University of Florida, 1996

Practice Area: Hematology/Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplantation

Research Interests: Chemotherapy-induced hematopoietic toxicity, hematopoietic-stimulating cytokines, pain control, nutritional effects on chemotherapy

E-mail: vadam0@email.uky.edu
  

Amber P. Lawson, PharmD, BCOPAmber Lawson

Title: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Hematology/Oncology

Education: PharmD, University of Kentucky, 2002

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Kentucky, 2004; Hematology/Oncology Specialty Residency, University of Kentucky, 2005.

Practice Area: Hematology/Oncology, Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

Research Interests: Graft-versus-host disease, supportive care, prevention and treatment of regimen-related toxicities

E-mail: alaws1@email.uky.edu

 

Stephanie D. Sutphin, PharmD, BCOPStephanie Sutphin

Title: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Oncology

Education: BA, Biology, Transylvania University, 1989; BS Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, 1992; PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1995

Training: Hematology/Oncology Specialty Residency, University of Kentucky, 2006

Practice Area: Outpatient Hematology/Oncology

Research Interests: Supportive care for oncology patients, patient outcomes, continuous quality improvement

E-mail: sdsutp2@email.uky.edu   
  

Pediatrics

Nina Farhoudi, PharmDNina Faroudi

Title: Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Clinical Pharmacist, UK Hemophilia Treatment Center Clinical Pharmacist

Education: BS Biology, University of KY, 1986; BS Pharmacy, University of KY, 1990; PharmD , University of KY, 1990

Experience: Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Critical Care (1990-1991), Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Pediatric (1991-1997), Lead Pharmacist, Pediatric (1997-2004), Secretary Pediatric P&T Committee (1999-2004), Pediatric H/O Clinical Pharmacist (2004-present)

Practice Area: Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

Research Interests: Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

E-mail: nfarh2@email.uky.edu
  

Robert Kuhn, PharmDRobert Kuhn

Titles: Professor, Pharmacy; Associate Director of Pharmacy Services; Program Director, PGY2 Specialty Residency Pediatrics

Education: BA Philosophy, Stuebenville University, 1976; BS Pharmacy, The Ohio State University, 1980; PharmD, University of Texas, 1984

Training: ASHP Pediatric Fellowship, Columbus Children's Hospital, 1985

Practice Area: Pediatrics

Research Interests: Cystic fibrosis, pulmonary medicine, drug delivery, xenobiotic transfer

E-mail: rjkuhn1@email.uky.edu

 

Brian Gardner, PharmDRobert Kuhn

Titles: Pediatric Clinical Coordinator
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Clinical Specialist

Education: University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy

Training:University of Louisville Pharmacy Practice Residency

Practice Area: Pediatric Critical Care, Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery

Research Interests:Pharmacokinetics, critical care medicine, antimicrobials

Professional /society memberships:  PPAG, UK Pedikats, ASHP

Favorite part of your job:  The fantastic team we have dedicated to high quality patient care and education

E-mail: brian.gardner@uky.edu

 

Julia B. Gibson, PharmDRobert Kuhn

Titles: Pediatric Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Clinical Pharmacist

Education: University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy

Training: Five years of staffing and pediatric clinical experience

Practice Area: Neonatal Care

Research Interests: Antimicrobials, neonatal withdrawal syndrome

Professional/society membership:  Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG)

Favorite part of your job:  Working with families to provide excellent continuity of care upon discharge, working as a multidisciplinary team in NICU

E-mail: jeberg2@uky.edu

 

Karen Garlitz, PharmD, BCPSRobert Kuhn

Titles: Pediatric Lead Pharmacist
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Clinical Pharmacist

Education: University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy

Certification:  Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy since 2008

Practice Area:Neonatal Intensive Care, Newborn Nursery

Research Interests:Neonatal Nutrition; Pediatric Pharmacotherapy

Professional/society membership:  Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG)

Favorite part of your job:  The clinical interaction with the multidisciplinary NICU team and working with a talented group of Pediatric Pharmacists and technicians at Kentucky Children’s Hospital.

E-mail: klgarl2@email.uky.edu

 

Noelle Leung, PharmDRobert Kuhn

Titles: Pediatric Acute Care Clinical Pharmacist

Education: University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy

Training:  Saint Joseph East Pharmacy Practice Residency

Practice Area: Pediatric Acute Care, High Risk Obstetrics

Research Interests: Pediatric Epilepsy, inborn errors of metabolism, pharmacokinetics in pregnancy

Professional/society membership:  Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG), American Society of Health- System Pharmacists (ASHP)

Community Service: Latin American Missions medical campaigns

Favorite part of your job:  Working with an interdisciplinary team and precepting students

E-mail: noelle.leung@uky.edu

 

Samuel B Osborne, PharmDRobert Kuhn

Titles: Pediatric Team Acute Care Clinical Pharmacist, Clinical Staff Pharmacist

Education: University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy

Practice Area: Pediatric Acute Care, Pediatric Surgical Care

Research Interests: Critical care medicine, information systems

Professional/society membership:  American Society of Health- System Pharmacists (ASHP)

Favorite part of your job:  The opportunity to work so closely with so many different specialists in one hospital area.

E-mail: sosbo2@uky.edu

 

Laura Patricia Stadler MSEd, MD, MSRobert Kuhn

Titles: Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Kentucky Graduate School, University of Louisville School of Medicine, University of Cincinnati

Training: University of South Florida Department of Pediatrics: residency; Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center: pediatric infectious disease fellowship; University of Cincinnati: molecular epidemiology fellowship

Practice Area:Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Research Interests: cytomegalovirus, vaccine preventable diseases, infections in immunocompromised hosts

Professional/society membership:  AAP, PIDS, IDSA

Favorite part of your job:  Using all the pieces of the puzzle (history, physical, radiology, microbiology, epidemiology, pathology) to develop a treatment and management plan.  Serving children is never a dull moment: they are incredibly resilient, enthusiastic, and surprising!  Lastly, being in an academic environment is a commitment to life-long learning. 

E-mail: laura.stadler@uky.edu

 

 

Health System Administration

Daniel Grantz, PharmDDan Grantz

Title: Assistant Director, Kentucky Clinic Pharmacy, Pharmacy Services,
University of Kentucky Hospital

Education: PharmD, University of Kentucky, 2004

Research Interests: Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Services, Staff Development Initiatives, Clinical Pharmacy Service integration, Pharmaceutical Delivery Innovation, Medication Therapy Management, Medication Error Reporting, Student and Employee Health Services, Indigent Patient Care Access, 340B Pricing, KY AIDS Drug Assistance Program Management.

E-Mail: dan.grantz@uky.edu


Kimberley Hite, MS, PharmDKimberly Hite

Titles: Associate Director, Medication Safety and Decentral Pharmacy Services, University of Kentucky Hospital; Adjunct Faculty, Pharmacy Practice and Science Division, College of Pharmacy; Program Director, PGY2 Specialty Residency Medication Use Safety

Education: BS Pharmacy, The Ohio State University, 1987; MS in Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy, The Ohio State University, 1989; PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1999

Training: Residency in Hospital Pharmacy, The Ohio State University Hospitals, 1987-89

Research interests: Inpatient pharmacy services, medication errors, continuous quality improvement, drug policy development, personnel management, pharmacy staff training and development

E-mail: khite2@email.uky.edu

 

Solid Organ Transplant

Timothy Clifford, PharmD, BCPSTimothy Clifford

Titles: Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, Solid Organ Transplant; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pharmacy; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Surgery

Education: BS Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, 1997; PharmD, University of Kentucky, 1998

Training: Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Tennessee Medical Center, 1999; Specialty Residency in Critical Care/Nutrition Support, University of Tennessee Medical Center, 2000

Practice Area: Solid Organ Transplant

Research Interests: Clinical outcomes in the ICU, nutrition in transplant patients, transplant protocol development, clinical outcomes in kidney and liver transplant recipients

E-mail: tmclif1@email.uky.edu