Summary

Jamie Park is a Clinical Professor in Department of Clinical Pharmacy at University of Michigan College of Pharmacy and a Transplant Clinical Specialist at Michigan Medicine. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Iowa and completed a Transplantation/Immunology Fellowship at University of Washington and a Pharmacy Practice Residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital before joining the faculty at University of Michigan.

As an integral member of the interdisciplinary team, Park provides pharmaceutical care to kidney, liver and pancreas transplant patients both in inpatient and outpatient settings. She strives to improve quality and outcomes of transplant patient care and fulfill unmet needs through interprofessional approaches. Her contributions include development and implementation of various transplant practice guidelines and establishment of Transplant Endocrine Clinic at Michigan Medicine. 

Park’s research interests include pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenetics of immunosuppressive medications, improving renal outcomes in liver transplant recipients, and post-transplant complications. She has published original research and review articles relating to the field of transplantation and given presentations at local, national and international meetings.

Park has a strong commitment to education and training of students, residents, and new practitioners from multiple disciplines. In addition to providing didactic teaching and clinical rotations, she enjoys mentoring pharmacy learners on research and writing projects. She also coordinated a resident research series for pharmacy residents in the Ann Arbor area in 2011-2017.

Research Interests

  • Pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenetics of immunosuppressive medications

  • Cytomegalovirus infection following solid organ transplant

  • Renal complications after liver transplantation

  • Post-transplant complications

  • Transitional care

Awards

  • 2018 Interprofessional Leadership Fellow, Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education