Beatriz Manzor Mitrzyk received her PharmD from and completed a pharmacy practice residency at the University of Michigan. She is a BCPS and BCACP. Her research and teaching focus on medication adherence among Latinx with depression. Manzor Mitrzyk is a Clinical Pharmacist at the Saline Health Center. She is currently a MICHR KL2 grant awardee.

Research Interests

  • Health disparities and medication use for chronic diseases

  • Impact of COVID-19 on medication use among minorities

  • Beliefs about medications and their impact on adherence

  • Perception of pharmacists among minorities

Selected Publications

  • Farris KB, Manzor Mitrzyk B, Batra P, Peters J, Diez HL, Yoo A, McKay K, Friend K, Danko L, Waber R, Marshall VD, Choe HM. Linking the patient-centered medical home to community pharmacy via an innovative pharmacist care model. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2019;59(1):70-78

  • Manzor Mitrzyk B, Bici A, Barras M, Holm J, Marshall VD, Farris KB. Implementation of a text message reminder service in an independent community pharmacy: A retrospective analysis of time to prescription pickup and satisfaction. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2019;59(2S):S67-S70