Barry L. Reed Distinguished Lecture
Convergence of a Curricular and Practice Transformation
Professor Bob Blouin
When Emeritus Professor Barry L. Reed retired after 43 years of distinguished and exemplary service, his colleagues wanted to acknowledge his many and significant contributions to the faculty, University and profession by establishing and naming our only series of distinguished lectures after him.
When: Monday, 29 May 2017
4.45pm for 5pm start, followed by a cocktail reception in Cossar Hall from 6pm to 7pm.
Where: Lecture Theatre 1 Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Monash University (Parkville campus) 381 Royal Parade, Parkville
How to get to the Parkville campus
RSVP: This lecture is free but registration is essential. Please register online here.
About Professor Bob Blouin
Robert A. ‘Bob’ Blouin is the Dean and Vaughn and Nancy Bryson Distinguished Professor of the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dean Blouin also serves as the Director of the Eshelman Institute for Innovation that was created following a $100M gift from Dr Fred Eshelman to pursue high-risk, high-reward ideas that advance innovation in education, research, and healthcare.
During his fourteen-year tenure at UNC, the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy has experienced unprecedented growth in its research, education, and global engagement programs. The School is recognised as one of the premier pharmacy programs in the world as evidenced by its rankings with U.S. News & World Reports, QS World University Rankings in Pharmacy and Pharmacology, and AACP Grants and Contracts.
Dean Blouin has received many awards and recognitions including the 2016 ACCP Paul F. Parker Medal, the Ohio State Milap Nahata Distinguished Lecturer Award, the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Hall of Distinguished Alumni Award, and the University of North Carolina General Alumni Association Faculty Service Award. He has been selected as a Fellow of both the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) and the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS).
Dean Blouin has led a national discussion on the issues of clinical pharmaceutical scientist training, particularly at the graduate level. He has been extensively involved in launching a transformation in the professional and graduate curricula at UNC coined the Educational Renaissance. Dean Blouin’s research interests include studying the effect of disease and altered physiologic status on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs.
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