Kishi, Donald T., Pharm.D.
- Current Title(s):
- Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Pharmacy
- First Year on UCSF Faculty: 1972, 1968(WOS)
- Pharm.D., University of California, San Francisco, 1968
- Licentiate in Pharmacy, California
- Clinical Pharmacy Education and Practice
University of California, San Francisco, School of Pharmacy
C-152, Box 0622, 521 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94143-0622
Phone: (415) 476-9270, Fax: (415) 476-6632, Email: email@example.com
Dr. Donald T. Kishi is Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Pharmacy in the School of Pharmacy at the University of California at San Francisco. Dr. Kishi received his Pharm.D. from UCSF in 1968 and has been at UCSF since that time. He participated in the development and implementation of clinical pharmacy education and services as a faculty member and in a variety of administrative positions over the years, including Vice Chair for Clinical Services, Assistant Director, Associate Director, and Deputy Director of Pharmaceutical Services, and Residency Program Director.
His current interests include faculty mentoring, cultural diversity and health care disparities, pharmacy practice and education in Japan, pharmacists roles in preventive medicine and health care promotion, and professionalism of student pharmacists. Dr. Kishi has served CSHP as President, Director, and member of various task forces, and committees and was recognized by CSHP as its 1989 Pharmacist of the Year and as the 2001 CSHP Distinguished Service Award recipient. He has also served ASHP as a member of various councils, task forces, and committees and the ASHP Board of Directors.
Dr. Kishi is the current (2004-06) President of the UCSF Pharmacy Alumni Association (PAA) and is also chairing the Homecoming Committee. His goals for the year are to: increase the visibility of the PAA on campus; having a successful homecoming event on October 30; continuing the development of the alumni - student interactions; beginning the development of alumni-pharmacy practice resident and specialty resident interactions; continuing to find and develop ways of increasing student and alumni membership and participation in the Association.