Dean, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
Professor Lisa Dolovich was appointed Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy beginning July 2020 after serving as Interim Dean. Professor Dolovich is the co-founder of the Ontario Pharmacy Evidence Network, a multi-institutional and interdisciplinary research program aimed at providing high-quality evidence to better understand and manage medications for use by government, patients, and healthcare providers. She also co-led the Cardiovascular Health Awareness Program, which was recognized by the Canadian Medical Association Journal as a Top Canadian Achievement in Health Research in 2013; and lead the Drug Safety and Effectiveness Cross-Disciplinary Training Program, which was funded by CIHR to increase Canada’s capacity for drug safety and effectiveness research.
Professor Dolovich is an internationally recognized scholar for her work on how individuals manage their medicine and health in the context of where they live. She has more than 190 peer-reviewed publications, was recognized as the first-ever Canadian Pharmacist of the Year in 2003, and was honored as a Canadian Pharmacists Association Centennial Pharmacist in 2017.
Professor Dolovich joined the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy community as a student in 1984, where she completed her BScPhm and PharmD, before completing her MSc in Health Research Methodology at McMaster University.
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