Jeffrey Cain, Ed.D., M.S.
Dr. Cain is an associate professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice & Science and Director of Education Technology at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. In addition to teaching a pharmacy management course and a creative thinking for innovation elective, he directs the University of Kentucky Teaching Certificate Program, runs a Think Tank for Education Scholarship, and mentors pharmacy residents through an academia rotation. His primary research interests are in the areas of teaching and learning, digital media, and contemporary higher education issues such as grit, resilience, and digital addictions. Dr. Cain was a 2013 AACP Academic Leadership Fellow and winner of the 2013 Michael J. Lach Faculty Award for Innovative Teaching. He was also named an AACP Distinguished Teaching Scholar in 2017. Dr. Cain currently serves as associate editor of Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning and is the editor for Pulses scholarly blog.
Shareen Y. El-Ibiary, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS
Dr. Shareen El-Ibiary is Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Midwestern University College of Pharmacy in Glendale, Arizona. She served as a faculty member at the University of California–San Francisco (UCSF) School of Pharmacy for 7 years. She received her Pharm.D. from the University of South Carolina and completed her general pharmacy practice residency at UCSF. Her areas of interest and publication include faculty development, work-life integration, burnout prevention, pharmacy curriculum and innovative teaching. Other interests include internal medicine and women’s health with a focus in contraception, preconception care and postpartum depression. She is involved in various local, state, and national organizations. Dr. El-Ibiary has spoken nationally and internationally on various topics, written book chapters and papers, and developed continuing education programs related to faculty development topics and women’s health issues. She is a graduate of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Academic Leadership Fellows Program and is a fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy.
Nancy Harazduk, M.Ed., M.S.W.
Dr. Harazduk is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Mind-Body Medicine Program at Georgetown University, School of Medicine in Washington, DC. She directs and teaches Mind-Body Medicine courses for first, second and third medical students, law students, Physiology Masters students, and for the faculty of Georgetown University School of Medicine. In this course, participants are taught to integrate mindfulness meditation, imagery, autogenic training, biofeedback, journal writing and movement into their personal and professional lives. Ms. Harazduk has trained over nine hundred healthcare professionals in Mind-Body Medicine. She has developed and led Mind-Body Medicine groups for people with cancer, depression, chronic illness, and severe stress. In addition, she has done extensive work with chronically and terminally ill people and the National Institutes of Health and at Hospice. After graduating from Lehman College in the Bronx, New York with a Master’s in Education, she was an elementary school teacher for thirteen years. She later earned a Master in Social Work from Catholic University in Washington, DC. Ms. Harazduk has completed post-graduate training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction with Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD; the Healer's Art Professional Training course with Rachel Naomi Remen, MD; and the Clinical Training Program in Mind-Body Medicine with Herbert Benson, MD. In addition, she is certified in Interactive Guided Imagery by the Academy of Guided Imagery in Mill Valley, California. Ms. Harazduk maintains a private psychotherapy practice specializing in Mind-Body Medicine therapies in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Kelly C. Lee, Pharm.D., M.A.S., BCPP, FCCP
Dr. Lee is a Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, Associate Dean for Assessment and Accreditation and PGY2 Residency Program Director for PGY2 Psychiatric Pharmacy at the University of California, San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dr. Lee completed her Pharm.D., PGY1 residency and 2-year fellowship training in Behavioral Sciences at UCSF and Master of Advanced Studies in Clinical Research at UCSD. She serves on the Healer Education Assessment and Referral Committee at UCSD that promote well-being of health sciences faculty and students. Her research areas include burnout and suicide among health professional students and faculty, optimizing psychotropic utilization within large health systems, and establishing innovative practice models in the area of psychiatry. Dr. Lee has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, served in national organizations and is a fellow of ACCP.
Laura A. Mandos, Pharm.D., BCPP
Dr. Mandos received her bachelor’s degree from Ohio Northern University and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Northeastern University. She completed a post-doctoral residency in psychopharmacology at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. For sixteen years, Dr. Mandos was joint faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Currently, she still teaches at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, the UPENN School of Medicine, and the UPENN School of Nursing. Dr. Mandos has been an investigator in over 100 Phase II, III, and IV clinical drug trials and has published multiple original research articles. She serves as a consultant to the Delaware County Office of Mental Health and is the sole pharmacist on the editorial board for Prevention Magazine. Dr. Mandos’ areas of interest are the mood and anxiety disorders. Her practice site is the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Monica L. Miller, Pharm.D.
Dr. Miller is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Global Health Residency Coordinator at Purdue University College of Pharmacy in Indianapolis, Indiana. Monica graduated with her Pharm.D. in 2006, from the University of Minnesota. She continued her studies pursuing M.S. from the University of Texas in 2008 and in that same year completed a Pharmacotherapy Residency, University of Texas Health Science Center. Dr. Miller’s interests include Intercultural Development, Global Health, Underserved populations, and student professional development.
Steven C. Stoner, Pharm.D., BCPP
Dr. Stoner received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center – College of Pharmacy in 1994. He has been with UMKC since 1996 when he joined as a Clinical Assistant Professor, following his post-doctoral completion of a one-year ASHP accredited psychiatric Pharmacy Practice & Administration residency and a one-year fellowship at Western Missouri Mental Health Center in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1997 he was awarded an NCDEU-NIMH Young Investigator Award and in 2001 the CPNP AstraZeneca Clinical Pharmacy Practice & Administration Award. Dr. Stoner has also been the recipient of both teaching and preceptor of the year awards while at UMKC. In 2006, he completed the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Academic (AACP) Leadership Fellows Program. Dr. Stoner has been a member of CPNP since 1997 and has served for four years on the Recertification Committee and has been elected to the Board of Directors as Member-at-Large. He also is a member of the American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists (ASHP), the Missouri Society of Health Systems Pharmacists (MSHP), and served as the director of an ASHP accredited psychiatric Pharmacy Practice & Administration residency program for 10 years (1998-2008). In addition, he has served as President of the Mid-America Colleges of Clinical Pharmacy (MACCP).