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XIV. OTHER ACTIVITIES:
External Reviewer, Pharmacy Practice Section, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Research Grants. 2006.
Judge, American Pharmacists Association/Academy of Students of Pharmacy Patient Counseling Competition. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. 2005-2006.
External Reviewer, ACCP CNS PRN Minisabbatical Review Program. American College of Clinical Pharmacy. 2004, 2005, 2006.
External Reviewer, Summer Research Fellowship Grant Program. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. November 2005.
Author, “Overview of Parkinson’s Disease. Etiology, Diagnosis, Progression, and Management Strategies.” Boston Healthcare. Scottsdale, AZ. 2003.
External Reviewer, Promotion & Tenure Committee, University of Colorado, College of Pharmacy. January 2003.
External Reviewer, Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program (PSAP-IV), Book 7. “Movement Disorders: Parkinson’s Disease and Essential Tremor.” June 2002.
External Reviewer, NIH Clinical Center Pharmacy Research Council (PRC) Grant Program. August 2002.
Session Moderator. “ACCP Scientific Series – Novel Sampling Techniques: Microdialysis as a Gateway to New Knowledge. American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Spring Practice and Research Forum. April 2002.
External Reviewer, University of Kentucky Medical Center Research Grant. April 2000.
External Reviewer, Pharmaceutics Section, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Research Grants. 2000, 2002.
External Reviewer, Medical Research Endowment Grant Program, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2000 - 2003.
Editorial Board Member, Neurological Research, Maney Publishing. Cambridge, MA. 1999 - present.
External Reviewer, Promotion & Tenure Committee, University of New Mexico, College of Pharmacy. 1999.
Workshop Moderator. “Faculty Relations.” Phi Delta Chi South-central Regional Convention. Little Rock, Arkansas. April 1998.
Author, “Tiagabine Monograph.” The University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC). Oakbrook Illinois. 1997.
Preceptor, Fosphenytoin Preceptor Training Program. Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals, Division of Warner Lambert Company. University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Pharmacy. 1995 - 1996.