Karen L. Rascati, RPh, PhD, is the Eckerd/Turley Centennial Endowed Professor of Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice and a faculty member of the Center for Pharmacoeconomic Studies at the University of Texas (UT) College of Pharmacy. She received her Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida and worked as a pharmacist in both community and hospital settings. She returned to the University of Florida and received her PhD degree in Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice, with a concentration in health care policy and economics. Upon graduation, she joined the University of Texas, where she has won the Texas Excellence Teaching Award and serves as advisor to the UT chapter of the Rho Chi National Pharmacy Honor Society and advisor to the first student International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) chapter. She has supervised 40 MS and 20 PhD students.
Dr. Rascati has been elected to numerous offices within the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Science Section and was recognized as a 1999 APhA Fellow (FAPhA). She has also served on various committees within the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP). She is a charter member of ISPOR where she has contributed in many capacities, including serving as Chair of the Education Committee and on the Vision 2010 Task Force Committee. She served as a member of the ISPOR Board of Directors (1999-2001) and was chosen to serve a second three-year term as Treasurer (2007-2010; 2010-2013). Dr. Rascati was also elected to a 6-year term with the National Rho Chi Honor Society (President-elect 2006-2008, President 2008-2010, Past-president 2010-2012). She was awarded the 2010 Outstanding Alumnus Award by the University of Florida College of Pharmacy.
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Lawson, associate professor of pharmacy administration, and Martin
Donavon, a teaching assistant in the division of pharmaceutics, were honored recently when they were named recipients
of the Texas Excellence Teaching Awards.
>Read more about these awards.