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Schedule at a Glance
Time:      Event
6:30am-9:00am:    Registration
7:30am-7:55am:      Resident and Preceptor Orientation
8:00am-8:40am:    Keynote Speaker
9:00am-9:55am:     Breakout Presentations
10:05am-11:00am:  Breakout Presentations
11:10am-12:05pm:    Breakout Presentations
12:05pm-1:10pm:      Lunch
1:15pm-2:10pm:        Breakout Presentations
2:50pm-3:45pm:     Breakout Presentations
Dr. Charisse Johnson Biography

Dr. Charisse Johnson is currently the Assistant Dean of Experiential and Continuing Professional Education and Associate Professor at Chicago State University College of Pharmacy (CSU COP).


Dr. Johnson received both her Doctor of Pharmacy degree (1998) and Master of Science degree in Pharmacy Administration (2003) from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy (UIC COP). Possessing formal teaching experiences in both didactic and experiential arenas with student pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, Dr. Johnson has served in various capacities as a guest speaker, course instructor, and graduate teaching assistant lecturing on topics such as regulatory policy, patient safety, and the pharmacist’s role in community health. In February 2018, Dr. Johnson received her teacher certification from the Center for KORU Mindfulness.


Prior to joining Chicago State University, Dr. Johnson was the Professional Affairs Manager at the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. She has also has practice experience in community and health-systems pharmacy.



Dr. Johnson has served as a board member for both the National Pharmaceutical Association and Chicago Pharmacists Association. She is also a member of Rho Chi Honor Society, Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Fraternity, and Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. She has received a number of awards and accolades, including the UIC COP Sister Margaret Wright Graduate Award, the UIC COP Urban Health Program Distinguished Alumni Award, the CSU COP Dean’s Award for Outstanding Faculty Service, and the CSU Academic & Student Affairs Excellence Award.


Networking Sessions: 2:15-2:45pm

An opportunity to meet with others in your practice area and discuss innovations in medicine and strategies to implement research into your practice

Pharmacogenomics:  Room 240

Ambulatory Care:    Room 202

Infectious Diseases:   Room 218

Emergency Medicine/Critical Care:  Room 205

Oncology: Room 324

Cardiology:   Room 313

Detailed Presenter Schedule

Networking Sessions
Detailed Schedule
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