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Stamatakis MK. Acute kidney injury. In Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice, 3rd edition. Chisholm-Burns MA, Wells BG, Schwinghammer TL, Malone PM, Kolesar JM, DiPiro JT. McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. New York, NY, 2013.
Maynor LM, Barrickman AL, Stamatakis MK, Elliott DP. Student and faculty perceptions of lecture recording in a Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum. Am J Pharm Educ 2013; 77(8): Article 165.
Baugh GM, Stamatakis MK. Meeting the Goals of Service Learning in Pharmacy Education through Community Campus Partnerships. Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement 2012; 3:1.
Stamatakis MK. Drug-induced chronic kidney disease. In Drug-Induced Diseases: Prevention, Detection, and Management, 2nd edition. J. Tisdale, D. Miller (eds). American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Bethesda, MD, 2010.
Younis IR, Stamatakis MK, Callery PS, Meyer-Stout PJ. Influence of pH on the dissolution of folic acid supplements. Int J Pharmaceutics 2009; 367: 97-102.
Broedel-Zaugg K, Buring SM, Shankar N, Soltis R, Stamatakis MK, Zaiken K. Bradberry C. Academic Pharmacy Leaders’ Perceptions of Core Requirements for Entry into the Professional Pharmacy Program. Am J Pharm Educ 2008;72(3):Article 52.
Kidd RS, Stamatakis MK. Comparison of students’ performance and satisfaction of a clinical pharmacokinetics course delivered live and by interactive videoconferencing. Am J Pharm Educ 2006;70(1): Article 10.
Slain D, Abate M, Hodges BM, Stamatakis MK, Wolak S. An interactive response system to promote active learning in the doctor of pharmacy curriculum. Am J Pharm Educ 2004;68: Article 117.
Nephrology Specialty Residency, The Ohio State University Medical Center (1993)
The Ohio State University, Pharm.D. (1992)
The Ohio State University, B.S. Pharm. (1989)
About Mary K Stamatakis
Mary Stamatakis serves as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Educational Innovation and Associate Professor at the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy. In this capacity, she oversees development, implementation, and evaluation of all educational aspects of the Doctor of Pharmacy degree program. She facilitates curricular development and innovation, serves as the School of Pharmacy liaison for interprofessional education initiatives at the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center, and manages the continued accreditation of the Doctor of Pharmacy program. She is also responsible for faculty development, student and faculty awards and recognition, and School of Pharmacy committee activities. Serving as a member of the School’s Executive Committee, she works closely with the administrative team to develop programs and projects to meet the school’s strategic goals and to develop and implement School of Pharmacy guidelines and procedures.
She has served on numerous school and university committees during her nearly 20 years at WVU, including serving as chair of the school’s curriculum committee from 1999 to 2006 and as a member of the school’s assessment committee since its inception in 1999. She has also provided service to the university community as a member of the University’s Faculty Senate for six years and as an elected representative to the Faculty Senate’s executive committee. She has served on the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s (AACP) Pharmacy Practice Educational Outcomes Task Force and has recently served on the AACP Council of Faculties Faculty Affairs Committee for two years. She also serves as a team member for Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education site visits. She completed the AACP Academic Leadership Fellows Program in 2007.
In 2012, she received the Jerry Siegel Clinical Achievement Award from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Pharmacy. This award recognizes an alumnus of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Pharmacy Residency Program.
TEACHING INTERESTS AND COURSES TAUGHT
Teaching interests include nephrology pharmacotherapy, preparation for careers in hospital pharmacy, and mentorship of students and residents for careers in teaching and administration
Teaching to Learn: Learning to Teach (course coordinator); elective course for PharmD students and required component to residency teaching certificate program
Education Journal Club (course coordinator); elective course for PharmD students and required component of the residency teaching certificate program
Pharmacotherapeutics 3 (nephrology section instructor); required course for third year Doctor of Pharmacy students
Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory 4 (preparation for hospital practice; laboratory instructor); required course for second year Doctor of Pharmacy students
Teaching Experiential Rotation for fourth year Doctor of Pharmacy students and residents
Kidney disease and dialysis
RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP INTERESTS
Pharmacy education; curricular development and assessment
Drug dosing in kidney disease; acute kidney injury