Rima Mohammad is Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy and clinical pharmacist in gastrointestinal diseases and post-ICU recovery at Michigan Medicine.  Dr. Mohammad received her Doctor of Pharmacy from The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, University of Cincinnati. She completed her pharmacy practice and critical care specialty residency at the UMHHC. Since completing her residency, Dr. Mohammad has been a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy and the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy, Long Island University. She is a preceptor of the UMHHC Pharmacy Residency Programs. She is also a board certified specialist in pharmacotherapy.

Areas of research interest include: infectious disease, gastroenterology/hepatology, and critical care.  She is involved in research and published several papers in these areas.  She is also interested in academic and leadership involvement and hopes to continue the advancement of the pharmacy profession through pharmacists and future pharmacists.

Currently, Dr. Mohammad is involved in professional organizations through leadership committee positions and student mentoring.  Dr. Mohammad is currently co-advisor of the Multicultural Pharmacy Student Organization.

Research Interests

  • Treatment and management of patients with chronic liver disease

  • Treatment and management of patients with hepatitis C viral infection

  • Treatment of management of patients with inflammatory bowel disease

  • Transitions of care in high risk patients


  • 2021 Teaching in Excellence Award, UM
  • 2020 PDC Faculty Appreciation Award – P3 class, UM
  • 2018 Sepsis Heroes, Sepsis Alliance
  • 2018 SCCM Thrive, Society of Critical Care Medicine
  • 2016 Fellow, American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • 2015 ACCP MeRIT Sholarship Award, ACCP