Clinical Registered Pharmacy Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Pharmacy, Registered Pharmacist, Clinical Toxicology, Drug therapy, Pharmacology, Drug Interaction, Drug Overdose, Drug Abuse, Drug Dosage Forms, Drug Reactions, Drug Toxicity, Drug Metabolism, Side Effects, Precautions, Adverse Reactions, Data Analysis, Indications, Off Label Uses, Dosing, Excretion, Laboratory Values, Disease State Pathophysiology, Drug Treatment Options,

Expert Witness No.1656


1977, B.S., Pharmaceutical Sciences, St. John’s University, Jamaica, New York

1980, M.S., Toxicology, St. John’s University

1982, Ph.D., Pharmacology, St. John’s University

1982-1984, Res.Assoc, Pulmonary Pediatrics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx NY


April 2003, Professor of the Year Award, College of Pharmacy

May 2003, Commencement Address, College of Pharmacy

2001, 2003, Recognition Award, Student PA Association

1997-1998, Recognition Award, York College Student Government


Professional License, NYS Pharmacy License


2000-Present, Associate Professor (tenured), Department of Pharmaceutical Univ. College of Pharmacy, NY
Expert 1656 instructional and research assignments include teaching load of 18 semester hours per year, student advisement, and involvement in departmental and college committees. The courses I have developed and taught include Infectious Diseases, Clinical Immunology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Clinical Toxicology. I have established a cell culture and research laboratory. I also supervise and sponsor undergraduate and graduate research projects.

Expert 1656 administrative duties include Secretary of the Faculty Council; Academic Standing Committee, College Committee on Assessment and Outcomes, Placement Test University Committee, Physician Assistant Academic Standing College Committee, Service Learning Faculty Advisory University Committee, Ad College Committee on Admissions to the Physician Assistant Pre-Clinical Program, Departmental Subcommittee on Toxicology Program, master’s thesis and doctoral thesis defense committees.

1991-2000, Associate Professor (tenured), Department of Health Sciences, University of New York, Jamaica, New York

1984-1990, Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Sciences, University of New York
Expert 1656 instructional assignments included teaching load of 21 semester hours per year, student advisement, and involvement in departmental and college committees. The courses expert 1656 developed and taught include Anatomy and Physiology, Immunoserology, Toxicology, Histotechnology, and Medical Parasitology. Expert 1656 established a cell culture and research laboratory and was instrumental in acquiring and operating a transmission and scanning electron microscope for the Department. Expert 1656 also sponsored undergraduate research projects in toxicology with grants

Expert 1656 administrative duties included Leader of the Faculty Caucus, College Faculty Senator, University Faculty Senator (CUNY), Medical Technology Curriculum committee, Faculty Advisory Committee to the Research Foundation, Radiation Safety Officer, Admissions Committee, Committee on Academic Standards, Graduate Student Committee

1985-1988, Consultant Scientist, Dept. Pediatrics, Pulmonary Division, Medical Center, New Hyde Park, New York
In the Pulmonary Division of the Department of Pediatrics, Expert 1656 assisted in the conduct and design of experiments aimed at the investigation of the role of collagen metabolism in human lung

1982-1984, Research Associate, Dept. Pediatrics, College of Medicine, Bronx, New York
During expert’s 1656 Post-Doctoral Fellowship training in the Department of Pediatrics, Pulmonary Division, expert 1656 conducted, performed and designed experiments in the laboratory of Drs. R.B and E.S. Expert 1656 investigated the influence of corticosteroids on collagen synthesis, in cultured human fetal lung fibroblasts and alveolar type II cells. Techniques utilized include slab gel electrophoresis, ion-exchange chromatography and cell culture

1983-1984, Research Consultant, Dept. of Pathology, Hospital Center, Columbia University, New York, New York
This assignment involved a collaborative arrangement between the ECM and the Pathology Department at SLR Hospital Center. Expert 1656 responsibilities included the establishment of the cell culture facilities and the investigation of the role of pneumocyte regeneration following toxic insult. A full-time EM technician was assigned to expert 1656 during the progress of these experiments.


1998-Present, U.S. Society of Toxicology, full membership

1983-Present, American Association for the Advancement of Science

1984-Present, American Association of University Professors

2000-Present, NY State Council of Health System Pharmacists

2000-Present, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

2000-Present, American Pharmaceutical Association (AphA)


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