April 21, 2020
Dr. Jamie Park
Congratulations to Dr. Jamie Park, who has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Transplantation.

Jeong (Jamie) Park, MS, PharmD, has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Transplantation (FAST).

The FAST designation recognizes American Society of Transplantation (AST) members who have demonstrated both an exceptional commitment to the field of transplantation and outstanding service to the AST. 

Dr. Park is a clinical professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the U-M College of Pharmacy and a clinical pharmacist specialist at Michigan Medicine. As an integral member of the Michigan Medicine transplant team, Dr. Park participates in interdisciplinary care of kidney, liver and pancreas transplant patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings.  Her transplant pharmacy team has developed and implemented various transplant practice guidelines and innovative pharmacy services.  Dr. Park was a founding member of the multidisciplinary Transplant Endocrine Clinic at Michigan Medicine. 

Dr. Park has published original research and review articles relating to the field of transplantation, and has given presentations at local, national and international meetings. Dr. Park is actively involved in educating and training students and new practitioners from multiple disciplines. She was named a 2018 Interprofessional Leadership Fellow by the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education.

As part of the AST Transplant Pharmacy Community of Practice, Dr. Park has been an active contributor to several workgroups including Programing/Education, TPAC/Adherence, Transplant Reference Collection, and Transplant Pharmacist Workforce Survey.  She regularly reviews abstracts for annual American Transplant Congress and served on the editorial team for C4 article: Challenges and Solutions for Appropriate and Timely Medication Access in Transplantation.  She currently serves as an associate editor for the American Journal of Transplantation, the official journal of the AST and American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS).

Founded in 1982, AST boasts more than 4,000 members, professionals dedicated to advancing the field of transplantation and improving patient care by promoting research, education, advocacy, and organ donation. AST members are sought out as transplant experts and advocates.