Faculty & Staff at TUC

Dr. Lucinda  Chan

Lucinda Chan

College: COP

Department: Experiential Education

Title: Assistant Professor/Director of Experiential Education

Phone: (707) 638-5812

Fax: (707) 638-5959

E-Mail: lucinda.chan@tu.edu

Office: Administration & Faculty 2, Rm. 217

Institution Degree Field of Study Obtained
Holy Cross Hospital Clinical Residency Certificate Clinical Pharmacy 1984
University of the Pacific, School of Pharmacy Pharm.D Pharmacy 1983
San Francisco State University   Biology  

Touro University – California / College of Pharmacy
Institutional Experiential Coordinator/ Pharmacy Practice
University of the Pacific, School of Pharmacy
Adjunct Professor 1986 – present
UCSF, School of Pharmacy
Adjunct Professor 1991 – present

Chan,L, Strezewski,J, Felber,G, Trask,L,Use of Laxatives Among Chronic Opiate Users in a Dually-Eligible Population (Medicare and Medicaid) in California, Poster presentation at Digestive Disease Week Conference, May 2011.
•S. Whittle, L. Lee, L. Chan, J. Clever, Decreasing Drug Therapy Costs for High-Risk Patients in a Primary Care Physician Office: A Demonstration Project, Pharmacy and Managed Care, vol 4, no. 3, Oct 1996 and Poster Presentation at 53rd Annual ASHP, 1996.
•Treatment of Chloroquine Resistant Plasmodium faciparum Malaria with Continuous Qunidine Gluconate Infusion; G. Matsuura, L. Chan, Drug Intelligence and Clinical Pharmacy, vol. 22, no. 11, 1988 and poster presentation ASHP Midyear 1986

Employer Title From - To
California Pacific Medical Center Clinical Pharmacist 1984 to 1995
VNA/CPS Home Infusion Clinical Pharmacist 1995 to 1996
First DataBank Clinical Pharmacist 1996 to 2001
Critical Care Systems Clinical Pharmacist 2002 to 2004
Coram Healthcare Pediatric and Adult Clinical Pharmacist 2004 to 2006
Walgreen’s Home Care Home Infusion Facility/Pharmacy Manager 2006 to 2009
Lumetra Healthcare Solutions Director of Pharmacy Programs 2009 - present
     
Touro University Assistant Professor, Clinical Experiential Coordinator 2011 to present
Last Updated: 5/5/17