Marie A. Chisholm-Burns, PharmD, MPH, MBA, FCCP, FASHP, FAST, is Dean and Professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Pharmacy. She received her BS and PharmD degrees from the University of Georgia, and completed a residency at Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy and at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Chisholm-Burns is Founder and Director of the Medication Access Program which increases medication access to transplant recipients. She has also served in elected positions in numerous professional organizations. Dr. Chisholm-Burns has more than 320 publications and approximately $11 million in external funding. In 2008 and 2011, textbooks co-edited by Dr. Chisholm-Burns, Pharmacotherapy Principles & Practice and Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, and Finance, respectively, received the Medical Book Award from the American Medical Writers Association. She has also received numerous awards and honors including the Robert K. Chalmers Distinguished Pharmacy Educator Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacy Education Award from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Daniel B. Smith Practice Excellence Award from the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), Nicholas Andrew Cummings Award from the National Academies of Practice, Award of Excellence from the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), Pharmacy Practice Research Award (2011 and 2014) and Award for Sustained Contributions to the Literature from the ASHP Foundation, Research Achievement Award from APhA, and Rufus A. Lyman Award for most outstanding publication in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (in 1996 and 2007). Dr. Chisholm-Burns is a Fulbright Scholar and a member of the board of directors for the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). She lives in Memphis, is married, and has one child, John Fitzgerald Burns Jr. She enjoys writing, cycling, and playing chess.
Terry L. Schwinghammer, PharmD, FCCP, FASHP, FAPhA, BCPS, is Professor Emeritus at the West Virginia University (WVU) School of Pharmacy. From 2005 to 2018, he was Professor and Chair of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy, and from 2015 to 2018 he held the Arthur I. Jacknowitz Distinguished Chair in Clinical Pharmacy at WVU. He was previously Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. Dr. Schwinghammer received his BS and PharmD degrees from Purdue University and completed a pharmacy residency at Indiana University Hospitals. He is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and has practiced in adult inpatient and ambulatory care. Dr. Schwinghammer is a recipient of the American Pharmacists Association-APPM Distinguished Achievement Award in Clinical/Pharmacotherapeutic Practice and is a Distinguished Practitioner in the National Academies of Practice. He is a member of the Academy of Excellence in Teaching and Learning of the WVU Health Sciences Center. In addition to authoring over 100 research and other publications, he is founding editor of The Pharmacotherapy Casebook and co-editor of The Pharmacotherapy Handbook and the textbook Pharmacotherapy Principles & Practice. Dr. Schwinghammer has served the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) as Chair of the Pharmacy Practice Section, Chair of the Council of Faculties, and member of the Board of Directors. He is a past president of the Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists and received the Pharmacist of the Year, Community Service, and Sister M. Gonzales Duffy Awards from the organization. He has served as Chair of the Board of Pharmacy Specialties and elected member of the Board of Regents of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). He is a Fellow of ACCP, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, and the American Pharmacists Association and has been elected to membership in the Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society and the Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society. He was named a Distinguished Alumnus of Purdue University in 2004. In 2016, he was named the recipient of the AACP Robert K. Chalmers Distinguished Pharmacy Educator Award.
Patrick M. Malone, PharmD, FASHP, is Professor and Associate Dean of Internal Affairs at The University of Findlay College of Pharmacy. Dr. Malone received his BS in Pharmacy from Albany College of Pharmacy and PharmD from the University of Michigan. He completed a clinical pharmacy residency at the Buffalo General Hospital, Drug Information Fellowship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and US West Fellowship in Academic Development and Technology at Creighton University. His practice and teaching have centered on drug information, and he is the first author for all six editions of Drug Information—A Guide for Pharmacists and has overseen the Innovations in Drug Information Practice and Research sessions at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meetings for approximately 20 years. Dr. Malone was also the drug information pharmacist at the XIII Winter Olympics. He has approximately 120 publications and numerous presentations, and has held various offices in national organizations. He was the Director of the Web-Based Pharmacy Pathway at Creighton University Medical Center, from its initial establishment until after graduation of the first class. His hobby is building and flying radio-controlled aircraft.
Jill M. Kolesar, PharmD, MS, FCCP, BCPS, is Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Kentucky and holds administrative positions at the Markey Cancer Center as the Director of the Precision Medicine Initiatives, Co-Chair of the Molecular Tumor Board, and the Co-Leader of the Developmental Therapeutics Program. She is a member of the Graduate Faculty in the College of Pharmacy, a member of the Markey Cancer Center and holds a joint appointment in Internal Medicine in the College of Medicine. Dr. Kolesar received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, where she also completed a specialty practice residency in oncology/hematology and a fellowship in molecular oncology pharmacotherapy. She received an MS in Epidemiology with an emphasis in Genetic Epidemiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Medicine and Public Health in 2016. Dr. Kolesar contributes professional service to both the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and several pharmacy organizations. Serving on both the Early Phase and Cancer Prevention Central IRBs (CIRBs), multiple NCI study sections, and the Cancer Therapy and Evaluation Program (CTEP) Pharmacology task force. She is a board certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and an elected fellow of ACCP (American College of Clinical Pharmacy). She has served ACCP as the Chair of the Hematology Oncology PRN, and as a member of the Board of Regents and the Research Institute Board of Trustees. Dr. Kolesar is currently the President of ACCP. Dr. Kolesar’s research focuses on the drug development of anticancer agents with an emphasis on targeted therapies and biomarkers. She has authored more than 200 abstracts, research articles, and book chapters, and as a principal investigator she has received more than $2.0 million in research funding from the NCI, American Cancer Society and other sources. She has received teaching and research awards from local, national, and international organizations including the Innovations in Teaching Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Other books she co-edits are the Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards and the Top 100 Nonprescription Drug Cards. Dr. Kolesar loves to read, run, ski, scuba dive, and travel with her husband and five children. She has completed 2 marathons and 16 half-marathons.
P. Brandon Bookstaver, PharmD, FCCP, FIDSA, BCPS, is Associate Professor and Director of Residency and Fellowship Training in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Outcomes Sciences at the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in Columbia, South Carolina. He also serves as Infectious Diseases Pharmacist at Palmetto Health Richland. Following graduation from the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in 2004, he completed a Pharmacy Practice residency and Infectious Diseases specialty residency at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. Brandon thoroughly enjoys coordinating student research and is heavily involved in pharmacy residency training, including his role as the Infectious Diseases PGY2 Residency Director and Clinical Fellowship Director at USC/Palmetto Health. He has over 75 peer-reviewed publications in the areas of infectious diseases and teaching and learning. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife Nicole, son Aaron, and daughter Maddie Paige; traveling; and Gamecock athletics.
Kelly C. Lee, PharmD, MAS, FCCP, BCPP, is Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. She is also the Director of the PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Residency at UCSD. Dr. Lee received her B.S. in Biology from UCLA, her PharmD from UCSF, and Master of Advanced Studies in Clinical Research at UCSD. She completed a PGY1 Residency in Pharmacy Practice and a 2-year fellowship in Behavioral Health Sciences at UCSF. She has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and consults for large health systems to optimize psychotropic drug utilization and establish innovative psychiatric pharmacy care models. She has also received the Dorfman Journal Paper Award from the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine. Dr. Lee loves to play tennis, travel, and spend time with her husband Douglas and son, Travis.