Kelli Barnes, PharmD, BCACP, FAPhA
P3 IPPE Administrator
Dr. Barnes’ research interests include implementation science focused on expanding the role of pharmacists in ambulatory settings, the use of population health management to improve the quality and cost of care provided in primary care settings, the sustainability of pharmacist-provided care in primary care settings, and methods to develop and support pharmacy practice preceptors. Dr. Barnes’ passion lies with mentoring the next generation of the profession to achieve their own personal goals and dreams.
Macarius Donneyong, PhD, MPH
Dr. Donneyong's passion is to improve health equity with respect to the effectiveness, safety and adherence to prescribed medications. His research interests include drug-drug interactions - adverse drug events precipitated by exposure to poly-pharmacy among older adults, especially racial/ethnic minorities; and medication adherence - the role of social determinants of health and patient-provider relationships in racial/ethnic disparities in medication adherence.
David Matthews, PharmD, BCACP
Associate Professor - Practice
Dr. Matthews is passionate about developing innovative and effective teaching methods and measuring the impact of educational interventions through scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). His specific areas of interest within SoTL include interventions that promote metacognition and retention.
Yu-Jung “Jenny” Wei, PhD
Dr. Wei's area of research expertise is in geriatric pharmacoepidemiology, with specific focus areas on drug safety, drug effectiveness, and quality of medication prescribing in older adults, especially those with pain, neurodegenerative diseases (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia [ADRD]), and nursing home stays.