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Stacie Lampkin, PharmD, BCPPS, BCACP, AE-C

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Clinical Associate Professor

Pharmacy (School of)

DAC 330

lampkins@dyc.edu

716-829-7740

716-829-7746 fax


Biography

Dr. Lampkin joined the Pharmacy Practice Department at D’Youville College School of Pharmacy as a clinical assistant professor in 2010 and was promoted to clinical associate professor in the 2016. Currently, her clinical practice is in Pediatric Ambulatory Care at Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Primary Care Clinics where she works with other health care professionals to manage the pharmacotherapy of children with asthma and/or special health care needs. She also chairs and serves on both hospital and college committees. Currently, she is involved in 2 key School of Pharmacy initiatives, which include (1) developing and implementing educational outcomes and co-curriculum assessment through a portfolio and professional development course and (2) advancing scholarship and research structure as the Chair of the Research Committee.

Dr. Lampkin’s teaching interests include medication use in special populations (children, pregnancy and lactation) and evidence based medicine. She serves as an advisor for the Phi Delta Chi professional fraternity and APhA’s Healthy Buffalo Initiative.

Dr. Lampkin is a member of the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group, the New York State Council of Health-System Pharmacist, and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. She also volunteers for American Lung Association of the Northeast Buffalo Leadership, the Asthma Coalition of Erie County and serves on the Asthma Partnership of New York (APNY) Steering committee New York State Department of Health. Dr. Lampkin’s community service involved participating in Healthy Buffalo events, the American Lung Association Stair Climb and the DEA Prescription Drug Drop-Off Days.

Education & Training

Research Interests

Dr. Lampkin’s research interests include pediatric asthma and pharmacist involvement/education in pediatric pharmacy practice. She currently collaborates with physicians at Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo to conduct asthma research in clinical practice. In addition, she is interested in the scholarship of teaching and continually assesses newly implemented teaching methods and outcomes.

Dr. Lampkin strongly encourages students to be involved in research and scholarship activities. By doing so, she has precepted numerous student-led research projects ranging from retrospective chart reviews, survey studies of students and pharmacists, and editorials.  The majority of the projects have been presented at National meetings in the form of a poster presentation and a handful have been submitted or accepted for publication.

Publications/Presentations

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