Leadership and Administration

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Senior Associate Dean, Pharmacy Program
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Associate Dean, Fiscal and Administrative Affairs

Tel: (718) 990-6363          Fax: (718) 990-1871

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Dean Khongsawatwaja began her higher education experience in 2002 as a budget analyst at The New School. During her time at The New School, she earned her M.S. degree in Health Services Management at the Milano School of Management and Urban Policy. This was where her interests and career path in higher education fiscal management began. She obtained the necessary knowledge and experience to become the professional she is today.

After The New School, she joined the financial management team with the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. There she sharpen her grants management skills including both federally funded programs and private funded programs, grant proposals, pre- and post-award management, budget management, and compliance of OMB A-133. This was her first experience with sharing her knowledge with the teams at ICAP where she provided training on advanced Microsoft Excel. She streamlined the budgeting process as well as financial reporting for the department.

During her tenure at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, her technical skills were challenged. She developed the budget and forecasting financial models for the College. The results were reported to the Board of Trustees and Board of Overseers of Cornell University. She was also responsible for conducting research and analysis of industry data and trends for financial benchmarks including: student profiles, tuition comparisons among American medical colleges, compensation comparisons, faculty profiles, and sponsored research and grants.

In 2010, she joined St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences as an Assistant Dean for Administration and Planning. She was then quickly promoted to Associate Dean for Fiscal and Administrative Affairs in early 2012. She oversee the entire annual fiscal budgeting and resource management process for the institutionally funded programs. As a leader of the college, she is able to provide her expertise in fiscal and business planning to grow existing programs and develop new academic programs resulting in the recent approval from the University’s Board of Trustees to launch two new graduate and one undergraduate programs. With these three new programs, the college expects an increase in revenues in excess of $75 million to the University within the next five years. In addition, she is currently working on two graduate professional programs. These two programs are projected to increase the net revenues by more than $20 million annually. These programs will not only create new revenue source for the University, but will also mark St. John’s as a primary educator of healthcare professionals in the Queens and Nassau Counties.

Dean Khongsawatwaja has a specific interest in organizational administration, including program budgeting, monitoring programs to ensure that services are delivered efficiently and effectively on a timely manner, and ensuring that resources are properly appropriated, maximized and constructively leveraged. Her extensive experiences have prepared her for handling administrative and fiscal duties as well as serving diverse populations of St. John's. Cumulatively, Her studies in management, current leadership position as an Associate Dean, and strong interests in academic planning and resource management along with her commitment to higher education make her an asset to the College's leadership team. 

Education

  • M.S. Health Services Management, The New School - Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy 

  • B.S. Economics with Minors in Business Administration and Applied Math and Statistics, Stony Brook University - College of Arts and Sciences

Professional Training and Certificate

  • St. John’s University Leadership Development Certificate, 2014-2016

  • St. John’s University Vincentian Mission Certificate, 2012-2014

  • St. John’s University Management Development Certificate, 2010-2012 

Professional Affiliation

  • National Association of College and University Business Officers, NACUBO

  • Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers, EACUBO

  • Society for College and University Planning, SCUP

  • American College of Healthcare Executives, ACHE

  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, AACP

Associate Dean, Student Affairs
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718-990-6362

Dr. Etzel is a double alumnus of St. John's University having earned his undergraduate degree in 1988 and Doctor of Pharmacy Degree in 1990.  Following his graduate studies, hec ompleted a residency focusing on infectious diseases and pharmacokinetics at Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown, New York.  He joined the faculty of the College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions in 1991 as a clinical faculty practitioner in the areas of Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases.  In 2001, he joined the Office of the Dean as Assistant Dean for Pharmacy Student Affairs. 

Education

  • B.S., Pharmacy, St. John's University, 1988
  • Pharm.D., St. John's University, 1990

Honors and Awards

  • Teacher of the Year Award, St. John's University Student Government, 1996 and 1999
  • Glaxo Research Award, 1995
  • Pfizer Excellence in Pharmacy Award, 1998

Research Interests

  • Focus of research and scholarly activity centers around improvement in patient safety

Recent Presentations

Pharmacists Society of the State of New York Mid-Winter Conference, Albany, New York, January 11, 2013    Topic:  Update on Immunizations - 2013

Long Island Pharmacists Society, Pharmacy Society of the State of New York, Plainview, New York, April 10, 2013   Topic: Therapeutic Options in the Management of Respiratory Infections

Quad Chapter Meeting – New York City Chapter/Long Island Chapter/Royals County Chapter/Westchester County Chapter of the New York State Council of Health System Pharmacists Annual Meeting, Keynote Speaker, LaGuardia Sheraton East, Elmhurst, April 11, 2013   Topic:  Adjusting institutional pharmacy practice to ensure safe medication usage and minimizing patient risk

New York State Society of Consultant Pharmacists Downstate Meeting, LaGuardia Marriott, East Elmhurst, New York, April 15, 2013   Topic:  Minimizing medication errors in the geriatric population

Long Island Pharmacists Society, Pharmacy Society of the State of New York, Plainview, New York, April 24, 2013  Topic: Minimizing Medication Errors in Contemporary Pharmacy Practice

Pharmacists Society of the State of New York (PSSNY) Annual Meeting, LaGuardia Marriott, June 8, 2013
Topic:  Update on Immunizations, 2013

Pharmacy Continuing Education Program, American Health Resources, Melville, New York, June 11, 2013
Topic:  Identifying and minimizing common causes of medication errors

Pharmacy Continuing Education Program, American Health Resources, East Elmhurst, New York, October 9, 2013   Topic:  Identifying and minimizing common causes of medication errors

New York City Pharmacists Society (chapter of PSSNY) Monthly Meeting and CE Program, LaGuardia Marriott, East Elmhurst, New York, March 11, 2014    Topic:  Minimizing medication errors in contemporary practice

Pharmacy Continuing Education Program, American Health Resources, Danbury, Connecticut, November 20, 2014   Topic:  Managing skin and skin structure infections in the era of MRSA

New York City Pharmacists Society (chapter of PSSNY) Monthly Meeting and CE Program, LaGuardia Marriott, East Elmhurst, New York, December 11, 2014   Topic:  Prevention and management of influenza and other winter viruses

New York City Pharmacists Society Monthly Meeting and CE Program, LaGuardia Marriott, East Elmhurst, New York, March 10, 2015   Topic:  Changing pharmacy practices and workflow to improve patient safety

Independent Pharmacy Alliance of America, Inc.  Quarterly CE program.  
LaGuardia Marriott, East Elmhurst, New York, March 10, 2015
Topic: Recognizing and minimizing the risk of medication errors in contemporary pharmacy practice, March 18, 2015

Assistant Dean, Experiential Pharmacy Education
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Dr. Kanmaz has served on the faculty at St. John's University, College of Pharmacy and Health Professions since 1996 with an interim three-year appointment as an HIV Clinical Science Manager at Abbott Laboratories.

Read Dr. Kanmaz's full biography.

Associate Dean, Health Sciences Programs
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Janet E. Carl, B.A., M.S., P.D., Ed.D.

Michael Fahid, B.S., M.S.

Patricia Haas, B.S., M.S. Ed.

Director of Academic Assessment
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718-990-8230

Anthony C. Marziliano (B.A., M.S.) is an administrator and assessment professional in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.  Along with managing the college's assessment workflow, his research includes higher education assessment, qualitative methods for improved student learning, goal achievement and outcomes, and quantitative statistical analysis of student learning.

Education

  • B.A., English/Media Studies, Journalism, Queens College, 2007
  • M.S., Education, St. John's University, 2013
  • Adv. Cert., Instructional Leadership, Education, St. John’s University, 2017

Research Interests

Research interests include: assessment, measurement of educational goals and outcomes, technological advances in education, and innovative strategies in higher education. 

Publications

Jodlowski, T. Z., Sym, D., Marziliano, A. C., LaPan-Dennis, G., Ashby, C. R., & Ruhe, J. J. (2015). A survey of pharmacists in academia on the current practice of estimation of kidney function for antimicrobial dosing in adults. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, doi: 10.1177/0897190014566310

Maidhof, W., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. (2014). Incorporation and assessment of portable tablet technology during a patient counseling exercise. Journal of Pharmacy Technology, November 6, 2014, doi:10.1177/8755122514556678

Marziliano, A. C., Gillespie, M., LaPan-Dennis, G. M., Hernandez, C., & Zito, S. W. (October, 2014). The mobile survey lab. AALHE Quarterly Publication Intersection.

Marziliano, A. C., LaPan-Dennis, G. M., Zito, S. W., & Gillespie, M. (2015). Embracing students as equal stakeholders in a culture of assessment. Assessment Update, 27, 6-13.

Presentations

Jodlowski, T. Z., Sym, D., Marziliano, A. C., LaPan-Dennis, G., Ashby, C. R., & Ruhe, J. J. (2015). A survey of pharmacists in academia on the current practice of estimation of kidney function for antimicrobial dosing in adults. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, doi: 10.1177/0897190014566310. 

Maidhof, W., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. (2014). Incorporation and assessment of portable tablet technology during a patient counseling exercise. Journal of Pharmacy Technology, November 6, 2014, doi:10.1177/8755122514556678.  

Marziliano, A. C., Gillespie, M., LaPan-Dennis, G. M., Hernandez, C., & Zito, S. W. (October, 2014). The mobile survey lab. AALHE Quarterly Publication Intersection. 

Marziliano, A. C., LaPan-Dennis, G. M., Zito, S. W., & Gillespie, M. (2015). Embracing students as equal stakeholders in a culture of assessment. Assessment Update, 27, 6-13. 
 

Presentations

Aiello, M., Sym, D., Marziliano, A., Saad, M., & Gillespie, M. (2016, December). Framing a pharmacy student government from the pharmacy students’ perspective. Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Alois, C. I., Zammit, C., Amendola, C., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Marziliano, A. (2019, October). Organ donation education in PA education: A retrospective review. Poster presented at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Albany, New York.

Alois, C. I., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Marziliano, A. C. (2019, October). Engaging physician assistant students with ExamNow. Poster presented at the St. John’s University Fall Technology Forum, Queens, New York. 

Avena-Woods, C., Mantione, M. M., Marziliano, A. C., LaPan, G. M., & Gillespie, M. (2013, July). The complete medication therapy management experience – Taking students through the process using OutcomesMTM™. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

D’Ippolito, D., Kwan, O., Kanmaz, T. J., Marziliano, A., & Hernandez, C. (2017, December). Assessing student preference on length and number of advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs): The H-APPE survey. Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

Giannakopoulos, R., Hilas, O., Caliendo, T., Marziliano, A. C., & Hernandez-Goodman, C. (2019, April). Impact of tobacco cessation training on pharmacy students’ knowledge and attitudes of tobacco use and cessation. Poster presented at the ACCP Updates in Therapeutics Conference-St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri.

Gillespie, M. E., Hernandez, C. D., & Marziliano, A. C. (2018, June). Comparing skills-based assessments across disciplines using professional licensure exam blueprints. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Gillespie, M. E., & Marziliano, A. C. (2016, October). Creating an efficient assessment structure that drives impactful change. Oral presentation at MSCHE Special Topic Workshop/Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Gillespie, M. E., & Marziliano, A. C. (2015, April). Outcomes assessment. Oral presentation at the MSCHE Workshop on Institutional Follow-up: Reports and Visits, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Gillespie, M. E., Marziliano, A. C., & Hernandez, C. D. (2018, June). Launching impactful assessment structures. Oral presentation, workshop on assessment: St. John’s University, Queens, New York.

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., Gillespie, M. E., & Zito, S. W. (2017, June). Identifying interprofessional education opportunities (IPE) using ExamSoft categories that bridge goals and outcomes of healthcare programs. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Hernandez, C., Marziliano, A., Gillespie, M. E., & Zito, S. W. (2017, October). Identifying IPE opportunities using computer-based testing & open-source software. Poster presented at the St. John’s University Fall Technology Forum, Queens, New York.

Hernandez, C., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2018, May). Culture shock: Rolling out Examsoft & its impact on assessment. Oral presentation at Examsoft ‘Assessment on Tour’ (AOT) event at St. John’s University, Queens, New York.

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2018, June). Utilizing a computer-based testing rubric for a health-sciences competency exam. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2018, August). Programs coming together: Using Examsoft to assess interprofessional education (IPE) opportunities. Webinar, ExamSoft.com

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2019, June). Accreditation: An opportunity to dive into the Examsoft portal and assessment data. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Joseph, C., Bonacasa, C., Marziliano, A., Hernandez, C., Hilas, O., & Pisano, M. (2018, December). Determining the relationship between degree of health literacy and use of herbal products and dietary supplements in older adults. Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Anaheim, California.

Maidhof, W., Gillespie, M., Marziliano, A. C., & Lee, C. (2012, July). Impact and assessment of portable tablet technology in a pharmacy practice laboratory. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

Lee, L., Singer-Leshinsky, S., Alois, C., Hernandez Goodman, C., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2018, October). Using simulation competitions to enhance application of advanced clinical knowledge and skills. Poster presented at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Albany, New York.

Maidhof, W., Hilas, O., Avena-Woods, C., Ezzo, D., See, S., Kanmaz, T., Conry, C., Murphy, C., Smith, C., Muzumdar, J., DiGate, R., & Interprofessional Education Group. (2015, July). Interprofessional education initiatives incorporated into doctor of pharmacy and physician assistant programs. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, National Harbor, Maryland. 

Maidhof, W., Hilas, O., Avena-Woods, C., Ezzo, D., See, S., Kanmaz, T., Conry, C., Murphy, C., Smith, C., Muzumdar, J., DiGate, R., & Interprofessional Education Group. (2015, October). Interprofessional education initiatives incorporated into doctor of pharmacy and physician assistant programs. Poster presented at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Tarrytown, New York. 

Maisch, N. M., Gillespie, M. E., Zito, S. W., Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & LaPan-Dennis, G. (2015, October). ExamSoft rollout for the college of pharmacy and health sciences: A pilot project. Poster presented at the St. John’s University Fall Technology Forum, Queens, New York. 

Marziliano, A. C., Gillespie, M. E., LaPan, G. M., & Zito, S. W. (2013, October). Culture of assessment: Are we there yet? Poster presented at the Assessment Institute Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Murphy, C., Beysolow, S., Maidhof, W., Marziliano, A. C., Smith, C., Reznik, S., Conry, J., Kruger, D., Wu, W., & Etzel, J. (2013, October). An educational model to expand interprofessional education and practice. Poster presented at the ASAHP Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Neuburger, E., Hilas, O., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Marziliano, A. C. (2019, April). Training of pharmacy students in opioid overdose identification and response. Poster presented at the ACCP Updates in Therapeutics Conference-St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri.

Quinlan, A., Gregory-Fernandez, P., Alois, C., Zak, A., Marziliano, A., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Gillespie, M. (2018, October). Academic service-learning experience embraces the Vincentian mission in physician assistant education: PA students reflect on volunteering in various geriatric settings. Poster presented at the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Annual Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.

Quinlan, A., Gregory-Fernandez, P., Alois, C., Zak, A., Marziliano, A., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Gillespie, M. (2018, October). Academic service-learning experience embraces the Vincentian mission in physician assistant education: PA students reflect on volunteering in various geriatric settings. Poster presented at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Albany, New York.

Singer-Leshinsky, S., Hilas, O., Tellier, S., Smith, C., Lee, L., Lee, C., Chim, C., Marziliano, A., & Hernandez, C. (2017, October). Simulated versus non-simulated interprofessional activities among physician assistant and pharmacy students. Poster presented at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Tarrytown, New York.

Siuzdak, A., Kanmaz, T. J., Luther, K., Veltchev, K., Marziliano, A., & Hernandez, C. (2017, December). Doctor of pharmacy students’ interprofessional interactions with healthcare professionals during advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs). Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

Sym, D., De Oliveira, F.R., Quartararo, C., & Marziliano, A.C. (2016, December). Pharmacy students’ international experience at an urban college of pharmacy. Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Zito, S. W., Gillespie, M. E., Marziliano, A. C., & LaPan, G. M. (2011, July). Assessment of student knowledge in individual content areas for nine integrated drugs and disease courses. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.
 

Assistant Director of Academic Assessment
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718-990-8412

Carla D. Hernandez is a Assistant Director of Academic Assessment with the Office of Assessment in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at St. John’s University. She facilitates data management, electronic-testing, and exam administration analysis for the Department of Clinical Pharmacy Practice.

Education

  • B.S., Psychology, Stony Brook University, 2009
  • M.S., School Counseling, Long Island University, 2012

Research Interests

Carla's research interests include higher education assessment, improvements in student learning, and quantitative statistical analysis of student learning.

Publications

Marziliano, A.C.,  Gillespie, M.E., LaPan-Dennis, G.M., Hernandez, C.D., Zito, S.W. (2014). The Mobile Survey Lab. In AALHE Quarterly Publication Intersection (October 2014).

Presentations

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2019, June). Accreditation: An opportunity to dive into the Examsoft portal and assessment data. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Montreal, Canada.
Neuburger, E., Hilas, O., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Marziliano, A. C. (2019, April). Training of pharmacy students in opioid overdose identification and response. Poster presented at the ACCP Updates in Therapeutics Conference-St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri.

Giannakopoulos, R., Hilas, O., Caliendo, T., Marziliano, A.; & Hernandez-Goodman, C. (2019, April). Impact of tobacco cessation training on pharmacy students’ knowledge and attitudes of tobacco use and cessation. Poster presented at ACCP Updates in Therapeutics 2019 Conference- St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri.

Joseph, C., Bonacasa, C., Marziliano, A., Hernandez, C., Hilas, O., & Pisano, M. (2018, December). Determining the relationship between degree of health literacy and use of herbal products and dietary supplements in older adults. Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Anaheim, California.

Hernandez, C.D. (2018, October 10). ExamSoft Reporting Tools: Benefiting from Student Assessment Data. Presented at Assessment on Tour, Orlando, FL.

Lee, L., Singer-Leshinsky, S., Alois, C., Hernandez Goodman, C., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2018, October). Using simulation competitions to enhance application of advanced clinical knowledge and skills. Poster presented at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Albany, New York.

Quinlan, A., Gregory-Fernandez, P., Alois, C., Zak, A., Marziliano, A., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Gillespie, M. (2018, October). Academic service-learning experience embraces the Vincentian mission in physician assistant education: PA students reflect on volunteering in various geriatric settings. Poster presented at the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Annual Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.

Quinlan, A., Gregory-Fernandez, P., Alois, C., Zak, A., Marziliano, A., Hernandez-Goodman, C., & Gillespie, M. (2018, October). Academic service-learning experience embraces the Vincentian mission in physician assistant education: PA students reflect on volunteering in various geriatric settings. Poster presented at the New York State Society of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, Albany, New York.

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2018, August). Programs coming together: Using Examsoft to assess interprofessional education (IPE) opportunities. Webinar, ExamSoft.com

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & Gillespie, M. E. (2018, June). Utilizing a computer-based testing rubric for a health-sciences competency exam. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Gillespie, M. E., Hernandez, C. D., & Marziliano, A. C. (2018, June). Comparing skills-based assessments across disciplines using professional licensure exam blueprints. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Hernandez, C.D., Marziliano, A.M., Gillespie, M.E. (2018, May 16). Culture Shock: Rolling Out ExamSoft & Its Impact on Assessment. Presented at Assessment on Tour, Queens, NY.

Hernandez, C.D. (2018, February 14). Unleash the Full Potential of Examplify. Presented at Assessment on Tour, Baltimore, MD.

Siuzdak, A., Kanmaz, T. J., Luther, K., Veltchev, K., Marziliano, A., & Hernandez, C. (2017, December). Doctor of pharmacy students’ interprofessional interactions with healthcare professionals during advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs). Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

D’Ippolito, D., Kwan, O., Kanmaz, T. J., Marziliano, A., & Hernandez, C. (2017, December). Assessing student preference on length and number of advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs): The H-APPE survey. Poster presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Orlando, Florida.
Hernandez, C., Marziliano, A., Gillespie, M. E., & Zito, S. W. (2017, October). Identifying IPE opportunities using computer-based testing & open-source software. Poster presented at the St. John’s University Fall Technology Forum, Queens, New York.

Stacey Singer-Leshinsky, PA-C, MSEd, Olga Hilas, PharmD, MPH*, Shannon Tellier, PharmD, Candace Smith, PharmD, Louise Lee, EdD, MHA, PA-C, Cheung Lee, PharmD, Christine Chim, PharmD, Anthony Marziliano, Carla Hernandez. (2017, October.) Simulated versus Non-simulated Interprofessional Activities among Physician Assistant and Pharmacy Students. Poster presented at NYSSPA Conference, Tarrytown, NY.

Hernandez, C.D. (2017, October 10). ExamSoft Reporting Tools: Benefiting from Student Assessment Data. Presented at Assessment on Tour, Charlotte, NC.

Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., Gillespie, M. E., & Zito, S. W. (2017, June). Identifying interprofessional education opportunities (IPE) using ExamSoft categories that bridge goals and outcomes of healthcare programs. Oral presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Maisch, N. M., Gillespie, M. E., Zito, S. W., Hernandez, C. D., Marziliano, A. C., & LaPan-Dennis, G. (2015, October). ExamSoft rollout for the college of pharmacy and health sciences: A pilot project. Poster presented at the St. John’s University Fall Technology Forum, Queens, New York.
 

Director, Continuing Professional Education