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Pharm.D.

Location:
Princeton, New Jersey, United States
Salary:
70,000
Posted:
September 24, 2018

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Pranitha Rayapudi

** ********** ***** • Princeton, NJ 08540

732-***-**** • ac65i7@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy Rutgers University: Piscataway, NJ 2012-2018

PROFESSIONAL

Sanofi US: Bridgewater, NJ Medical Information Extern October - November 2017

• Developed new standard response documents in anticipation of certain medical inquiries

• Solved a medical inquiry for a rare side effect by finding case reports through an extensive literature search

• Critically evaluated content of new publications by recognizing their contributions for updating annual reports

• Trained on the similarities, differences and applicability of the various electronic databases (PubMed, Ovid) Janssen Pharmaceuticals: Titusville, NJ Global Regulatory Affairs (GRA) CMC Intern June - August 2016

• Reviewed the Quality Module of past dossiers to find gaps and compliance issues in historical data

• Facilitated the migration of drug substance data into new computerized systems

• Assembled synthesis documents of different APIs to advance technology transfer among different manufacturing sites

• Gained knowledge on the details various health authorities require globally to approve new drugs

• Familiarized with the manufacturing processes and control strategies for various chemical entities and dosage forms Sciegen Pharmaceuticals: Hauppauge, NY Analytical Development (AD) Intern June - August 2015

• Assisted in developing and validating methods of assay, dissolution and blend uniformity for ANDA submission

• Performed analysis of R&D samples on equipment such as HPLC, UPLC & UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

• Calibrated laboratory instruments; preparation and standardization of volumetric solutions Rite Aid Pharmacy: Princeton Junction, NJ Pharmacy Intern May 2013 - October 2016

• Coordinated to implement the development of pharmacy support staff

• Facilitated medication access by resolving prior authorization requests, refill requests and third party payer rejections CLINICAL CLERKSHIP

Capital Health Regional Medical Center (RMC): Trenton, NJ Ambulatory Care March – April 2018

• Processed 340B prescriptions effectively for dialysis, charity and ED patients

• Obtained the responsibility of updating the logs of controlled and 340B prescriptions Monmouth Medical Center (MMC): Long Branch, NJ Acute Care-Psychiatry February – March 2018

• Served as drug information resource in multidisciplinary team and developed patient-specific care plans

• Monitored patients for drug-related toxicities and recommended mitigating strategies for side effects Capital Health Medical Center: Pennington, NJ Hospital Pharmacy Operations January – February 2018

• Assisted IT pharmacist to create dose charts and became acquainted with hospital technology (CPOE, ADC)

• Actively participated in IV room activities with technicians

• Involved in drug purchasing and drug shortage processes and familiarized 340B concepts Capital Health RMC: Trenton, NJ Internal Medicine November – December 2017

• Assisted in developing a new insulin dosing protocol for proper patient accuracy

• Supported clinical pharmacist in research regarding the value of medication reconciliation and opioid stewardship

• Reviewed medication profiles daily to determine appropriateness of therapy and solve medication-related issues Henry J. Austin Health Center: Trenton, NJ Internal Medicine Ambulatory Care September - October 2017

• Optimized patient care by identifying emerging issues and serving as the primary drug information resource to team

• Screened and monitored patients independently during follow-ups to facilitate physician appointments Monmouth Medical Center (MMC): Long Branch, NJ Infectious Disease (ID) August - September 2017

• Supported patient rounds by providing proper drug information and pharmacokinetic consults to ID team

• Conducted antimicrobial stewardship by monitoring patients for appropriateness of empiric therapy

• Assisted in preceptor’s research project by organizing raw data and facilitating analysis of thesis Pranitha Rayapudi

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CVS Pharmacy: Princeton, NJ Pharmacy Extern June - July 2017

• Conducted daily patient care calls and doctor calls to ensure appropriateness of drug therapy

• Counseled patients about over-the-counter therapies and administration techniques of diabetic devices PRESENTATIONS

Pharma Presentations

“Esketamine by Johnson & Johnson granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation” Sanofi US

“NEO PLM, Pioneering Powerful PLM Solutions for Process Manufacturing” Janssen

“Principles of Dissolution, Blend Uniformity, and Content Uniformity” Sciegen Pharma.

“Moving up the Corporate Ladder” Rutgers University Literature Evaluation

“Intravenous Esketamine in Adult Treatment-Resistant Depression: A Double-Blind, Double- Randomization, Placebo-Controlled Study” MMC

“Effect of Intra-Articular Triamcinolone vs Saline on Knee Cartilage Volume and Pain in Patients With Knee Osteoarthritis” Capital Health RMC

“Assessment of the Abuse Potential of the Orexin Receptor Antagonist, Suvorexant, Compared with Zolpidem in a Randomized Crossover Study” Sanofi US

“A Placebo-Controlled Trial of Antibiotics for Smaller Skin Abscesses” MMC Medical Education

Seminar on Tardive Dyskinesia MMC

Case Presentations on Bipolar Disorder and Puncture Wound Infections MMC Case Presentation on Acid/Base Disorders Capital Health RMC Case Presentation on Herpes Simplex Virus-1 Infection Henry J. Austin Introduction of USP 800 Capital Health

“SoliquaTM 100/33: Every Sweet Has Its Sour” Rutgers University LEADERSHIP

College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) Chapter President 2014 - 2017

• Organized events to share pharmacist and patient stories of various neurologic disease states Drug Information Association (DIA) Chapter Historian 2014 - 2017

• Actively promoted vision of the pharmaceutical industry and educated students of the various industry professions Rutgers University Pharmacy Mentor 2013 - 2015

• Guided mentees toward successful research and career advancement HONORS

• Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society 2014

• Dean’s List Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy 2012 - 2018 CERTIFICATIONS

• Certified Healthcare Provider of BLS: CPR and AED Exp. April 2018

• Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Certification Issued September 2016

• Databases: PubMed, Ovid Medline, ClinicalKey, ClinicalTrials.gov, Micromedex, Lexicomp, AccessPharmacy



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