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J.Nathan DR. JOSEPH P. NATHAN is an associate professor of pharmacy practice and director of the International Drug Information Center (IDIC). Dr. Nathan is an alumnus of the Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, where he earned his B.S. in pharmacy and an M.S. degree in drug information. He completed his Pharm.D. at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. After six years as a clinical pharmacist at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, Dr. Nathan joined the IDIC as a drug information specialist. His other professional accomplishments include successfully maintaining simultaneous practices in academic, hospital, and community pharmacy settings as well as serving as a consultant pharmacist to long-term-care facilities. Dr. Nathan also serves as an editor and a reviewer for a number of professional publications and has authored or co-authored many articles on issues affecting the profession of pharmacy. His research interests include drug information centers and services as well as patient drug information literacy.
T. Zerilli DR. TINA ZERILLI is an assistant professor of pharmacy practice. She is an alumna of the College of Pharmacy, graduating summa cum laude and with the College’s Gold Medal in the first entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy degree class. She joined the staff at the IDIC in July 2002 as a drug information specialist. Dr. Zerilli is a member of Rho Chi, the Academic Honor Society in Pharmacy and is a licensed pharmacist in the state of New York. She has served as a consultant to a long-term care facility in addition to working in a community pharmacy setting. Dr. Zerilli also serves as a reviewer for various professional publications and has contributed to the scientific literature in various capacities. Her research interests revolve around the use of drug information resources by both healthcare professionals and the lay public although she also strives to contribute to the scientific literature as it pertains globally to clinical pharmacy practice.
S. Grossman DR. SARA GROSSMAN joined the faculty of the College of Pharmacy as a drug information specialist and an adjunct assistant professor of pharmacy practice. She is an alumna of the College of Pharmacy, graduating summa cum laude in May 2007, and a recipient of the College’s Anderson Gold Medal. In addition to her work at the college, Dr. Grossman practices as a consultant pharmacist for an organization that provides service to developmentally challenged children and adults. She is a member of Rho Chi, the Pharmacy Honor Society.