Christine Chim, Pharm.D.
Christine Chim, Pharm.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical
Pharmacy Practice, received her Pharm.D. from St. John’s
University. She completed a PGY -1 residency at Northeastern
University/Harbor Health Services, Inc. with a focus on
geriatrics/ambulatory care. She served as a Visiting Assistant
Clinical Professor at Northeastern University and preceptor for
pharmacy students at Lynn Community Health Center in Massachusetts.
Her areas of interest include cardiovascular health, medication
adherence and pharmacy education.
Preety Gadhoke, M.P.H., Ph.D.
Preety Gadhoke, Ph.D., M.P.H., comes to St. John’s University as
an Assistant Professor/Industry Professional. Her research
interests lie in environmental, social and behavioral
interventions; health behavior change theories; mixed methodology;
cultural sensitivity; empowerment among children, women,
racial/ethnic populations; and spanning urban/rural settings.
Previous research has focused on developing, implementing and
evaluating chronic disease prevention programs for racial/ethnic
and indigenous populations in the United States. Past experience
included working in multilateral organizations, federal and local
governments and the pharmaceutical industry.
Cathleen Murphy, D.C.
Cathleen Murphy, D.C., comes to St. John’s as Director of Allied
Health Programs and an Assistant Professor/Industry Professional.
She received a B.S. in Biology from Adelphi University, an M.S. in
Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction from New York Chiropractic
College (NYCC ) and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from NYCC. She has
been an Adjunct Assistant Professor at SUNY Farmingdale and Nassau
Community College, where she taught anatomy and physiology. She has
also served as a Director at SBI College.
Kimberly Ng, Pharm.D.
Kimberly Ng, Pharm. D., comes to St. John’s University as an
Assistant Professor, Industry Professional. She received her
Pharm.D. from St. John’s University, and completed a PGY-1
residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. She also served as
an Affiliate Clinical Instructor for St. John’s University during
her residency and was a preceptor for pharmacy students. Her areas
of interest include pharmacy education and patient counseling.