Infectious Disease

Research Interests

Brian Buss, PharmD, BCPS, AQ-ID

Position: Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post-Graduate Training: PharmD, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy; PGY-1, Oregon Health & Science University; PGY-2 Infectious Diseases, University of Utah Health 

Organizational Involvement: ASHP, SIDP, Clinical instructor for UW Madison School of Pharmacy

Research Interests: Infectious diseases in the immunocompromised host, PK/PD dose optimization, Residency training

 

Katie Cinnamon, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Clinical Pharmacist - Internal Medicine and Antimicrobial Stewardship/Infectious diseases

Education/Post Graduation Training: PharmD at North Dakota State University College of Pharmacy; PGY1 at Fargo Veterans Affairs Medical Center (2008-2009); SIDP Antimicrobial Stewardship Certification (2016)

Organizational Involvement: IPA (Leadership Pharmacy Academy 2014-2015, Member of the Professional Affairs Policy Committee 2015, and 2015 House of Delegates voting member); PSW (Member); ACCP (Member); ASHP (Member); SIDP

(Member; Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee Member)

Current Projects/Initiatives: UW pneumonia clinical guideline; UW anticoagulation training competency and onboarding

Research Interests: Infectious Diseases and Anticoagulation therapy

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Margaret R Jorgenson, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Clinical Pharmacist – Solid Organ Transplant and Infectious Diseases

Professional Pharmacy Training: PGY1 Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. PGY2 Infectious Diseases University of Michigan Hospital and Health System

Organizational Involvement: Member SIDP; membership committee. Member AST Pharmacy CoP and Organ Donation Workgroup and Member AST Infectious Disease CoP

Current Projects/Initiatives: Implementation and streamlining of an Antiviral Outpatient Stewardship Program, Interaction between CMV and transplant outcomes, opportunistic infections in varying populations of interest. Quality Improvement initiatives including evaluation of invasive fungal infection prophylaxis protocol. Collaborative research with outside practioners regarding the care of transplant population and infectious complications. Collaborative translational research with colleagues at UW School of Pharmacy

Research Interests: Infectious complications after abdominal solid organ transplant; epidemiology, prevention and outcomes

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Tyler Liebenstein, PharmD, BCPS-AQ-ID

Position: Clinical Pharmacist

Education/Post Graduation Training: PharmD, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy; PGY1, UW Health; PGY-2 Infectious Diseases, UW Health 

Organizational Involvement: Antimicrobial use subcommittee, pharmacy practice infectious disease subcommittee, PGY1/PGY2/all resident advisory committees, surgical site infection prevention steering team

Current Projects/Initiatives: Surgical site infection prevention

Research Interests: Antibiotic stewardship, HIV, transplant infections, surgical antimicrobial prophylaxis

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Lucas Schulz, PharmD, BCPS, AQ-ID

Position: Clinical Coordinator-Infectious Disease

Education/Post Graduation Training: PharmD: University of Wisconsin; PGY1: University of Wisconsin; PGY2 Critical Care: University of Wisconsin 

Organizational Involvement: ASHP, PSW, SIDP, IDSA, SCCM

Current Projects/Initiatives: Antimicrobial stewardship across the enterprise and across the continuum of care. Understanding the place in therapy of new and novel antimicrobials. PK/PD dose optimization

Research Interests: Focuses on the interface of infectious disease and critical care and antimicrobial stewardship evolution and outcomes measurement

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Jill Strayer, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Clinical Pharmacist, HIV Clinic Pharmacy Coordinator

Education/Post Graduation Training:  PharmD from the University of Iowa, PGY-1 Residency at UW Health

Organizational Involvement: HIV Clinical Services Committee, Dane County PrEP working group, ID Fellow Education for HIV, Antimicrobial Subcommittee

Current Projects/Initiatives:  PrEP managed by Pharmacists and increasing access in the community, Pediatric ID Stewardship, NINJA Collaborative project with pediatric Nephrology, SPS Initiative within AFCH

Research Interests: Pediatric Infectious Disease and Stewardship, HIV care in Adults and Pediatric


 




Keywords:Infectious Disease   Doc ID:90998
Owner:Mike F.Group:UW Health Pharmacy
Created:2019-04-11 16:55 CDTUpdated:2019-11-12 09:48 CDT
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