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Ronald P. Jordan, BPharm, RPh, FAPhA

Dean
(714) 516-5486
Dean Jordan was recruited by Chapman University, to found the School of Pharmacy at its new multidisciplinary Health Sciences Campus in Irvine, California in February of 2013. As the founding Dean and chief executive of the school he is responsible for all aspects of the strategic direction and development of the new program.
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Lawrence “LB” Brown, PharmD, PhD, FAPhA

Associate Dean of Student Affairs
(714) 516-5487
Dr. Lawrence “LB” Brown is Associate Dean of Student Affairs and a Full Professor in the School of Pharmacy. He is responsible for admissions, curriculum, and progression of students.
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Rocke DeMark,Ed.D.

Assistant Dean of Student and Academic Affairs
(714) 516-5460
Dr. Rocke DeMark is responsible for assisting the respective Associate Deans with the oversight of the daily operations of student, academic, and clinical affairs operations; providing management and support for student services; administering business operation functions, student recruitment and retention; and oversight of administrative operations.
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Sean Nordt M.D., Pharm.D.

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
(714) 516-5410
Dr. Sean Nordt is the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. He is responsible for curriculum, the integration of EE in that and other areas such as IPE, simulation, OSCE’s, the development of an interprofessional clinic. He also be responsible for working to increase our contacts in the local physician community.
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Keykavous Parang, PharmD, PhD

Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Studies and Global Affairs, Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
(714) 516-5489
Dr. Keykavous Parang is Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Studies, and Global Affairs is responsible for initiating and promoting cutting-edge research activities within CUSP, administration of the graduate (M.S., Ph.D.) programs, developing the shared research core facilities, capital equipment requests, hiring high quality research faculty in different levels, and establishing relationships with other national and international institutions to promote the collaborative research programs.
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Siu Fun Wong, PharmD, FASHP, FCSHP

Associate Dean of Assessment and Scholarship, Professor of Oncology
(714) 516-5858
Dr. Siu Fun Wong is Associate Dean of Assessment and Scholarship, and a Full Professor at Chapman University School of Pharmacy.

Department Chairs

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Jeff Goad, Pharm.D., MPH, FAPhA, FCPhA, FCSHP

Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice
(714) 516-5491
Dr. Jeff Goad is Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice
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Reza Mehvar, Pharm.D., Ph.D.

Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
(714) 516-5490
Dr. Reza Mehvar is Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Administrative Staff

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Amanda Brown, MSN, RN

Director of Interprofessional Education (IPE)
714-516-5522
In collaboration with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Chief Medical Officer, Amanda Brown is responsible for overseeing matters related to IPE including assisting in further developing the program to become a regional and national leader in IPE, maintaining and expanding external partnerships and ensuring the delivery of IPE. The Director of IPE is also responsible for contributing to the development of immersion learning experiences to meet the needs of pharmacy students and other health care trainees and professionals at the Rinker Health Science Campus. These learners include pharmacy, physician assistant, communication disorders, physical therapy, medical and nursing students at Chapman and other partner institutions.
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Anne Casey, M.Ed.

Administrative Assistant
714-516-5411
Anne Casey is responsible for providing administrative support primarily for assessment- and academic-related duties, including assisting with developing process infrastructure; coordinating all student assessments, events, and meetings; taking minutes; purchasing, and payments. Respond to inquiries and disseminate information ensuring that each request is handled appropriately. Respond to requests from the Office of the Dean.
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Laura M. Cook, Pharm.D.

Director, Freshman Early Assurance Program
(714) 516-5607
Dr. Cook is responsible for advising and mentoring Orange campus undergraduates while also participating in further development and implementation of student affairs office materials, processes and procedures.
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LeAnne Daringer

Senior Administrative Assistant
(714) 516-5450
LeAnne Daringer is responsible for providing administrative support to the School of Pharmacy relating primarily to purchasing, P-card reconciliation, faculty searches, and special events, meetings and projects.
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Laura Gorospe, M.B.A.

Business Manager
(714) 516-5463
Laura Gorospe is responsible for managing the fiscal operations for the School of Pharmacy, ranging from daily approvals and troubleshooting to long-term planning and projections. She is a resource and main point of contact for CUSP with respect to financial matters, and works as liaison between CUSP and central Chapman University financial administrative offices.
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Audrey Herrera

Department Assistant, Front Desk
(714) 516-5493
Audrey Herrera is responsible for providing administrative support to the School of Pharmacy. Coordinates front desk operations, meetings, and events.
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Andie Hoang

Administrative Assistant
(714) 516-5404
Andie Hoang is responsible for providing administrative support to the department chair and faculty. Process purchase requisitions and track delivery. Assisting with coordinating the hiring process for faculty candidates and onboarding. Maintaining and submitting records for the use of departmental P-card and track faculty development expense reports. Maintaining departmental calendars. Updating employee information on the website. Coordinating special events, meetings, projects, and take minutes. Ordering marketing materials.
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Bonnie Hui-Callahan, Pharm.D., CDE

Assistant Director of Experiential Education
(714) 516-5412
Dr. Hui-Callahan is responsible for guiding the development and support of experiential educators (full-time, part-time, and volunteer faculty) to enhance their knowledge, skills, and attitudes towards the facilitation of student learning for equivalent rotation experiences. Conducting site visits. Developing, executing, and evaluating the educational plan for experiential educators. Planning, coordinating and directing the offered continuing education programs, partnering with other Chapman programs or pharmacy groups as needed. Ensuring compliance of Chapman University’s and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education’s policies and procedures.
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Brian Kawahara, Pharm.D, M.M., FASHP, FCSHP

Director of Experiential Education
(714) 516-5407
Dr. Kawahara is responsible for guiding the development and support of experiential educators (full-time, part-time, and volunteer faculty) to enhance their knowledge, skills, and attitudes towards the facilitation of student learning for equivalent rotation experiences. Conducting site visits. Developing, executing, and evaluating the educational plan for experiential educators. Planning, coordinating and directing the offered continuing education programs, partnering with other Chapman programs or pharmacy groups as needed. Ensuring compliance of Chapman University’s and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education’s policies and procedures.
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Sharon Krueger, M.A.

Director of Administrative Operations
(714) 628-2830
In collaboration with the Dean and the Senior Leadership Council of the School of Pharmacy, Sharon Krueger is responsible for designing, implementing, and managing the day-to-day business operations of the School of Pharmacy as well as providing administrative oversight and development to staff. In addition, she provides executive-level support to the Dean and serves as the central information resource for the school.
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Nicole Michel

Student Affairs Coordinator - Pharm.D. Program
(714) 516-5530
Nicole Michel is responsible for serving as part of the front line support for all student services provided by the School of Pharmacy as well as coordinating the daily administrative operations of the Office of Student Affairs (OSA). She provides assistance in coordinating the OSA Student Conduct Process and with data management.
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Yeji Mowrer

Development Coordinator
(714) 516-5464
Yeji Mowrer is responsible for assisting the Dean of CUSP and University Advancement liaison with the advancement of the strategic intentions of the school, including advancing patient safety, and identification, cultivation and stewardship of supporters CUSP and the university. Provides administrative assistance including gift processing, drafting solicitations, and cultivation and stewardship documents, coordinates department mailings, prepares prospective donor presentation brochures and materials, compiles financial reports, and maintains calendars and schedule travel arrangements and meetings with prospective donors. Coordinates School of Pharmacy based events and collaborates with the University Advancement operations team including database management and gift recording.
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TJ Pe

Student Affairs Coordinator - Pharm.D. Program
(714) 516-5471
TJ Pe is responsible for serving as part of the front line support for all student services provided by the School of Pharmacy as well as coordinating the daily administrative operations of the Office of Student Affairs (OSA). He provides assistance in coordinating the OSA Student Conduct Process and with data management.
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Kelly Ramstack

Academic Affairs Coordinator
(714) 516-5493
Kelly Ramstack is responsible for maintaining and updating handbooks. Coordinating course scheduling, management, catalog, and evaluation process. Data entry, verification and reporting; review and summarize data and provide reports. Preparing, reviewing and processing a variety of agreements, forms, records, invoices, needs assessments, business correspondence, reports, and MOUs. Creating and maintaining procedural manuals Maintain and submitting records for the use of departmental P-card. Coordinating special events, meetings, and projects. Recording minutes. Coordinating hiring process for student employees.
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Sandra Robbie, M.A.

Graduate Programs Specialist - Ph.D., M.S.P.S. and 4+1 M.S. Program
(714) 516-5497
Sandra Robbie is responsible for managing the daily operations of the MSPS and PhD programs, including recruitment, admissions, advisement, progression, degree completion, organizing events, science committee scheduling, proctoring exams, and different aspects of communication with graduate students and applicants.
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Helen Sahli, M.S.

Assessment Manager
(714) 516-5409
Helen Sahli is responsible for providing support to the Office of Assessment and Scholarship to plan, develop, compile, and disseminate School of Pharmacy assessment activities and reporting.
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Basir Syed

Laboratory Equipment Maintenance Specialist
Basir Syed is responsible for assisting with the day to day operation and maintenance of the core facility, monitoring the safe practices in research and teaching laboratories and supporting the educational and research mission of the school.
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Sha Webster

Laboratory Specialist
(714) 516-5419
Sha Webster is responsible for assisting in the daily operation and maintenance of the core lab facilities, in addition to training core lab users. She also helps in the preparation of student laboratory exercises.
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Joanna Wedekind

Experiential Education Coordinator
(714) 516-5457
Joanna Wedekind is responsible for managing all aspects of APPE relating to student scheduling, compliances, and different aspects of communication with student pharmacists and Experiential Educators. She is also responsible for the maintenance of affiliation agreements, coordination of the EE Partnership Valuation Program, and compiling information for the quarterly EE newsletter.
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Tiffany White

Chemical Handling Documentation Technician
(714) 516-5429
Tiffany White is responsible for receiving and cataloging the chemicals for the research and educational laboratories. She also assists in maintaining the University’s protocol for the proper collection and storage of hazardous laboratory chemical waste.
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Holly Wilson

Senior Administrative Assistant
(714) 516-5480
Holly Wilson is responsible for assisting with the coordination of numerous administrative and logistical functions of the School of Pharmacy, scheduling meetings on the Dean’s calendar, and serving as the receptionist in the office of the Dean.
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Erica Wondra

Career Advisor
(714) 516-5413
Erica Wondra is a liaison between the School of Pharmacy and the Career and Professional Development for the purpose of identifying the unique career-related needs of students and alumni pursuing careers in pharmacy. Assists in developing and executing School-specific outreach, seminars, workshops, career fairs, interviews, and programs based on student-needs assessment and faculty requests in collaboration with the Office of Student Affairs. Works with Career and Professional Development to advise on methods to enhance the quality of experiential learning/career development. Provides guidance to students and graduates on specific job search strategies and tactics associated with careers in pharmacy. With input from the Senior Leadership Council, faculty, staff and industry leaders, identifies key employers for cultivation by Career and Professional Development’s Employer Relations team.
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Maryam Zeineddine

Experiential Education Coordinator
(714) 516-5403
Maryam Zeineddine is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the IPPE schedule, managing experiential education appointment process, collaborating with other departmental staff to design and present student orientations, assisting in the development of the infrastructure of CORE ELMS managing the experiential education appointment process, coordinating meetings and events, purchasing, P-card reports, processing updates in Core Elms, and assisting with updating the IPPE handbook.

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