Dr. Moom Roosan joined Chapman University School of Pharmacy on June 4, 2018. Dr. Roosan has received her Associate of Science in Computer Science from Indiana University and Purdue University at Fort Wayne in 2006 and Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from Purdue University in 2010. Since her PharmD graduation, she has worked in various retail and hospital pharmacy settings. In 2012, she was awarded a National Library Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellowship. She received her PhD from University of Utah School of Medicine in Biomedical Informatics with the focus on genomics and clinical informatics. She worked as a post-doctoral research associate with the Bild lab after completion of her PhD.
She also worked as clinical pharmacist in acute setting and as the clinical informatics director in a start-up company. Most recently, she served as an implementation pharmacist with Cardinal Health Pharmacy Services for 17 hospitals across the country. Dr. Roosan’s research is positioned at the intersection of translational bioinformatics, computational biology and clinical informatics. Her work in bioinformatics and computational biology has already resulted in publications in Genome Medicine and Bioinformatics.
Dr. Roosan’s research focuses on pharmacogenomics, the effect of RNA expression and pathway deregulation in personalized drug response, implementation of complex genomics data into electronic health care records, consumer and clinical informatics.