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Nancy Hope Goodbar, PharmD, BCPS, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy, Clinton, South Carolina
Darrell Hulisz, PharmD, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; Clinical Pharmacist, University Hospitals, Case Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Laura S. Lehman, PharmD, Pharmacist, Carroll Hospital Center, Westminster, Maryland
Ben M. Lomaestro, BS, PharmD, Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Specialist in Infectious Diseases, Department of Pharmacy, Albany Medical Center Hospital, Albany, New York.
Sarah T. Melton, PharmD, BCPP, BCACP, CGP, FASCP, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Gatton College of Pharmacy at ETSU, Johnson City, TN
Michael G. O'Neil, PharmD, Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Consultant, Drug Diversion and Substance Abuse, South College School of Pharmacy, Knoxville, Tennessee
Nga T. Pham, PharmD, Clinical Oncology Pharmacist, Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Michael J. Postelnick, BSPharm, Senior Infectious Diseases Pharmacist, Clinical Coordinator, Department of Pharmacy, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois
Kimberly K. Scarsi, PharmD, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska
Gayle Nicholas Scott, PharmD, Assistant Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia
Julie Sease, PharmD, Associate Professor, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy, Clinton, South Carolina; Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Good Shepherd Free Medical Clinic, Clinton, South Carolina
Devada Singh-Franco, PharmD, Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy; Clinical Pharmacist, Broward Health Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Coordinator Philip J. Gregory, PharmD, Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice; Director, Center for Drug Information & Evidence-Based Medicine, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska