Olivia Phung, PharmD
Department of Clinical and Administrative Sciences
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical and Administrative Sciences
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Admissions
Phone: (916) 686-7639
Dr. Phung received her PharmD from Northeastern University and completed a two-year Outcomes Research Fellowship at the University of Connecticut/Hartford Hospital Evidence-Based Practice Center. She is trained in conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses, with research interest specifically in treatment of diabetes and other metabolic syndromes. Dr. Phung is interested in teaching evidence-based clinical practice and research methodology.
Dr. Phung’s research expertise lies in conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses (including Bayesian mixed-treatment comparison), with emphasis in the treatment of diabetes and other aspects of the metabolic syndrome.
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Awards and Accomplishments
- ACCP Cardiology PRN Paper of the Year 2012; Awarded for: Phung OJ, Kahn SR, Cook DJ, Murad MH. Dosing frequency of unfractionated heparin thromboprophylaxis: a meta-analysis. Chest. 2011;140:374-81
- ASHP Drug Therapy Research Award 2012; Awarded for: Phung OJ, Sood NA, Sill BE, Coleman CI. Oral antidiabetic drugs for the prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Diabetic Medicine. 2011;28:948-964.
- ACCP Cardiology PRN Paper of the Year 2013; Awarded for: Baker WL, Phung OJ. Systematic review and adjusted indirect comparison meta-analysis of oral anticoagulants in atrial fibrillation. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. 2012;5:711-9.
- ACCP New Investigator Award 2014; Awarded for: A substantial publication record that includes a programmatic theme in evidence synthesis for the prevention and treatment of diabetes mellitus.