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Location:
Memphis, TN
Salary:
Negotiable
Posted:
May 19, 2020

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Roya M. Sameri, Pharm. D.

**** ******** ****** **.,

Cordova, TN 38018

addbsk@r.postjobfree.com

901-***-****

EDUCATION

**** - **** ****-******** ****** in Clinical Pharmacy- Medicine

Department of Clinical Pharmacy, University of Tennessee

UT Bowld Hospital, University of Tennessee Medical Center

Memphis, Tennessee

1997 - 2001 Doctor of Pharmacy

University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

Memphis, Tennessee

1993-1997B.S. in Biochemistry

University of Memphis

Memphis, Tennessee

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE

September 2002 – Current University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

Assistant Professor

College of Pharmacy

Preceptor

College of Pharmacy

September 2002 – Current Saint Francis Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist

Attending Multidisciplinary rounds to assess patients’ therapy, working with infectious disease physicians in managing antimicrobials,

managing consults for TPN, anticoagulation, pharmacokinetics, hospice pain management, antimicrobial stewardship, and etc.

August 2007 – January 2015 Accredo- Express Scripts, Memphis, Tennessee

Oncology Clinical Specialist, managed oncology meds for accredo patients, made recommendation for appropriate regimen, dose adjustments, monitoring, etc

PUBLICATIONS

Sameri RM, Self TH. Drug-induced Lupus: Focus on hydralazine and procainamide. J Crit Illness 2001;16:298-9.

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Hudson JQ, Sameri RM. Darbepoetin alfa, a New Therapy for the Management of Anemia of Chronic Kidney Disease. Pharmacother 2002;22(9 Part 2): 141-149.

Sameri RM, Hudson JQ, Huch K. Evaluation of Secondary Complications and Medication use in Patients with Early Chronic Kidney Disease. Pharmacother 2002;22:1353.

Sameri RM, Soberman JE, Finch CK, Self TH. Lower Serum Digoxin Concentrations in Heart Failure and Reassessment of Laboratory Report Forms. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences 2002;324:10-13.

Self TH, Sameri RM. Efficacy of Inhaled Corticosteroids Administered Once Daily for Asthma. American Journal of Managed Care 2003;9(1):91-102.

Hudson JQ, Sameri RM, Naseer A, Bastnagel WR. Use of an In-Vitro Method to Determine Drug Removal During Renal Replacement Therapies. J Am Soc Nephrol 2002;13:417A. Pharmacother 2003, Vol 23, Number 3 & Accp 2003, Spring Forum Abstracts.

Amarshi N, Sameri RM, Norwood JM, Hudson JQ, Self TH. Vancomycin Monitoring, Reassessment of Vancomycin Trough Concentration. In progress. Target: Southern Medical Journal.

PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES

Psychiatric Medication. Lecture to Top 200 Medication Class, University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

Myocardial Infarction. Lecture to Intro. to Therapeutics Class, University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

Cold and cough medications. Lecture to Top 200 Medications Class, University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

Antibiotic Usage. Intensive Care Nurses at Saint Francis Hospital, Memphis, TN

Antimicrobial Usage and Cost Report. Presented quarterly to UT Bowld Hospital P&T Committee.

Serum Digoxin Concentrations: Reassessment of Therapeutic Range for Treatment of Heart failure on Laboratory Report Forms. Presented to UT Bowld Hospital P&T committee, October 2001.

Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors.

Lantus, peakless Insulin and other available insulins.

Presented to nursing staff, UT Bowld Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, August 2001.

Intravenous immune globulin and Kawasaki Syndrome. Presented to clinical pharmacy staff at LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center, Memphis, Tennessee, April 2001.

Is Angiomax (Bivalirudin) the Anticoagulant to Replace Heparin in PCI? Presented to clinical pharmacy staff at Methodist Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, February 2001.

Levetiracetam,KeppraÒ, a new antiepileptic drug. Presented to nursing staff, UT Bowld Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, November 2000.

Lantus, peakless Insulin. Presented to the clinical pharmacist, residents, and students. Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Memphis, Tennessee, September 2000.

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Procainamide dosing and serum concentration monitoring. Presented to the clinical pharmacist and resident. LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center. Memphis, Tennessee. July 2000.

Lovenox (Enoxaparin Sodium Injection. Presented to the staff pharmacists and all the nursing units, Methodist North Hospital. Memphis, Tennessee. June 1998.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

·Medication Surveillance Trial in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease. Residency project, February 2002. Presented at South-East Residency Conference in Athens, GA. April 2002.

·Hudson JQ, Sameri RM, Naseer A, Bastnagel WR. Use of An In-Vitro Method to Determine Drug Removal During Renal Replacement Therapies. J Am Soc Nephrol 2002;13:417A.

Residency project Presented at the Am. Society of Nephrology meeting, Philadelphia, PA; Nov 2, 2002.

·Sameri RM, Hudson JQ, Huch K. Evaluation of Secondary Complications and Medication use in Patients with Early Chronic Kidney Disease. Pharmacother 2002;22:1353.

Presented orally at the Southeastern Residency Conference, Athens, GA, April 2002.

Accepted as poster presentation at the Annual ACCP meeting, Albuquerque, NM, October 2002.

·Impact of Baseline Renal Function on Acute Rejection in Kidney Transplant Patients. UT Bowld Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee. October 2000.

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Residency Experience

Internal Medicine: UT Bowld Hospital, July-September 2001

Internal Medicine / Nephrology: UT Bowld Hospital, October 2001

Internal Medicine / Critical Care: UT Bowld Hospital, November 2001- February 2002

Cardiology: UT Bowld Hospital, March 2002

Internal Medicine / Nutrition: UT Bowld Hospital, April 2002

Internal Medicine / Critical Care: UT Bowld Hospital, May-June 2002

Residency Responsibilities

Provide routine clinical services for internal medicine patients and subspecialty areas including nephrology, cardiology, hepatology, and pulmonary medicine

Participate in interdisciplinary rounds, ACLS team call, and educational conferences

Design, recommend, and monitor plans for pharmacotherapeutic regimens, anticoagulation services

Participate in medication use management through the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee (P&T)

Document interventions (e.g. kinetics, patient education, drug interactions)

Precept 4th year Pharm.D. Students on medicine rotations

Lecture to the 2nd and 3rd year Pharm.D. Students at the University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

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Lead the discussion in teaching 3rd year Pharm.D. Student in the Applied Therapeutics course

Provide in-service education to physicians, nurses, and other practitioners

Doctor of Pharmacy Internships

Medicine: UT Bowld Hospital, Preceptor: Timothy Self, Pharm.D.

Pediatric Medicine: LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center, Preceptor: Kelly Lee, Pharm.D.

Pediatric Kinetics: LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center, Preceptor: Stephanie Phelps, Pharm.D.

Surgery/Transplant: UT Bowld Hospital, Preceptor: Marsha Honakar, Pharm.D.

Ambulatory Care: VA Medical Center, Preceptor: Wallace Wicke, Pharm.D.

Cardiology: Methodist Hospital, Preceptor: Becky Chasman, Pharm.D.

Ambulatory Care: UT Family Practice, Preceptor: Debbie Shultz, Pharm.D.

Ambulatory Care: UT Family Practice, Preceptor: Chris Bradberry, Pharm.D.

Community Pharmacy: Walmart Pharmacy, Preceptor: Mark Wilson, Pharm.D.

Community Pharmacy/Compounding: Bartlett Prescription Shop, Preceptor: Josh Regel, Pharm.D.

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, American Heart Association

Introduction to EKG, University of Tennessee, Bowld hospital

Diabetes Certificate Program, University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

Asthma / Rhinitis Certificate Program, University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy

Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery, a Certificate Program for Pharmacists, APhA-UT

HONORS AND AWARDS

ANNA & TATE MORGAN Scholarship. The University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences.

August 1997 to June 1998

August 1998 to June 1999

August 2000 to June 2001

Outstanding Phi Theta Kappa Scholastic honor society member. Dyersburg State Community College, Dyersburg, Tennessee. 1995

Dean’s List. Dyersburg State Community College, Dyersburg, Tennessee. 1994, 1995, 1996

Outstanding History Award. Dyersburg State Community College, Dyersburg, Tennessee. 1995

Outstanding Chemistry Award. Dyersburg State Community College, Dyersburg, Tennessee. 1994

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American College of Clinical Pharmacists (ACCP)

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)

American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA)

Memphis Area Pharmacist Society (MAPS)

Tennessee Pharmacist Association (TPA)

Phi Delta Chi Pharmaceutical Fraternity

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ACTIVITIES

UT College of Pharmacy Postdoctoral-Residency / Fellowship Committee, Member 2001-2002

Continuing Education committee. The University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy, Member 1999-2000

“ Boo Flu “ Immunization day. The University of Tennessee, 1998-2000

Multicultural Awareness Committee. The University of Tennessee, Memphis, Member 1999-2000

Brown Bag Committee. APhA-ASP, The University of Tennessee, Memphis, Member 1997-1999

Poison Prevention Committee. APhA-ASP, The University of Tennessee, Memphis, Member 1997-1999

Hypertension Committee. APhA-ASP, The University of Tennessee, Memphis, Member 1997-1999

Local American Chemical Society. Dyersburg State Community College, Vice president 1995-1996

Phi Theta Kappa Scholastic honor society, Dyersburg State Community College, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Treasurer 1994-1995

LICENSURE

Tennessee



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